On February 15, House Financial Services Committee Ranking Member Maxine Waters (D-CA) sent an amended set of requests to the Federal Reserve Board and the OCC regarding the recent agreements in principle to end the Independent Foreclosure Review (IFR) established by consent orders issued in April 2011. Ms. Waters asks that, in advance of finalizing the terms of the agreements, the agencies produce by March 1, 2013: (i) policies and procedures about how loan files were to be reviewed by the IFR independent consultants, and any checklists used; (ii) calls or reports from the consultants to the agencies regarding error rates of reviewed files, or errors by analysts conducting the reviews; (iii) guidelines issued by the agencies to any consultant related to interpretation of the remediation framework; (iv) correspondence between the agencies and any consultant with regard to the servicing platform identified as “Loss Mitigation Notes,” and inconsistencies between the reported availability of borrower records provided by such a program and records entered into any other part of the servicing platform; and (v) any proposed plan for future reform or modification of servicing platforms or procedures generated or submitted by any consultant to the agencies. This request follows related requests made by Ms. Waters and other Democratic lawmakers seeking details pertaining to the settlement.