The General Accounting Office released a report Wednesday criticizing the Treasury Department's efforts to fight money laundering.

The GAO said the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has implemented only three of the eight provisions of the 1994 Money Laundering Suppression Act and has missed three congressionally set deadlines for implementing the law. The agency also said Fincen had failed to keep Congress adequately informed.

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