A former New York City police commissioner is President Clinton's choice as Treasury under secretary for enforcement, according to sources.

Raymond W. Kelly, police commissioner from 1992 to 1994, was recommended for the position by Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and approved by the White House, said former Arizona Sen. Dennis DeConcini, a contender for the job.

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