WASHINGTON -- The Treasury Department, General Accounting Office, and even Rep. Henry B. Gonzalez seem to be moving toward agreement that reporting requirements under the Bank Secrecy Act can be reduced.

Henry Wray, an official of the GAO, Congress' auditing arm, is expected to tell the House Banking Committee today that banks should not have to file currency transaction reports on well-established customers.

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