WASHINGTON -- The chairman and vice chairman of Fannie Mae last week took their strongest stab yet at assuaging lender concerns about the agency's ambitious technology initiatives.

In a closed meeting of the company's advisory council, Chairman James Johnson and Vice Chairman Frank Raines laid out the principles that they said were guiding the company's initiatives, according to a source close to the council.

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