Comment letters to the Comptroller of the Currency's office can now be submitted over the Internet, the agency announced Tuesday. Comments should be sent to: regs.comments occ.treas.gov.

The agency follows the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. onto the information superhighway. FDIC began accepting comment letters over the Internet in June.

The Comptroller's office also announced a new site on the Internet's World Wide Web. The public can browse Community Reinvestment Act exam schedules, a biography of Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig, and a directory to agency offices, among other things. The location is http://www.occ.treas.gov.

The Comptroller's office is expected this year to expand its Internet offerings to include news releases, speeches, and programs that perform calculations required by Truth-in-Lending.

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