The General Accounting Office looked over the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s books and gave the agency fairly good marks.

However, in its review of the FDIC's 1995 and 1994 financial statements, GAO found some weaknesses in the way the agency estimates the value of assets in failed institutions. The agency also isn't strictly enforcing its procedures for reporting employee hours and attendance, the GAO said.

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