The General Accounting Office, in an assessment of payment risks, has identified five steps the Federal Reserve Board could take to safeguard electronic transaction networks.

The options are: banning automated clearing house payments of more than $100,000; requiring same-day settlement of those items; creating a clearing house for foreign exchange deals; raising prices for daylight overdrafts; and adopting immediate settlement for foreign exchange transactions.

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