NAMA has been accused of trying to brief members of the Public Accounts Committee about Project Eagle.
It has emerged that NAMA contacted the chairman and vice-chairman of the PAC the week before the release of a damning report by the C&AG.
NAMA chairman Frank Daly said the contact was only to discuss 'logistics'.
But chairman Sean Fleming says they should have contacted the secretary, and vice-chairman Alan Kelly thinks there was more to it.
"I was one of the people who got a phone call and I actually don't believe it was anything to do with logistics - just let me put that on the record - I believe it was a form of a briefing.
"Now to this day I believe, by the looks of things, it was selective briefing - so I would like you to reply because you're going to be here a number of times I suspect in the coming months."