Norman E. D'Amours has done a second-rate job managing the National Credit Union Administration, but has broken no laws, the General Accounting Office found.

According to a draft report by the congressional watchdog agency, Mr. D'Amours tightly controlled the board's agenda and stifled input from other directors. This fostered an atmosphere of "distrust and animosity" at the agency, the GAO said.

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