The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s examination program has not made any progress in seven years, according to new report by the FHFA’s Office of Inspector General, which said the number of commissioned examiners has actually decreased. The FHFA is currently conducting an internal review of the program. The IG has been asking the FHFA to beef up its examinations program since 2011. As a result, in 2013 the agency developed its own Housing Finance Examiner Commission Program that offered classroom courses, on-the-job training and final examinations. But the program hasn’t been successful, according to data obtained from the IG.