WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Governor Lawrence B. Lindsey said Tuesday that the Fed's examiners will not ask banks for self-testing information.

The Fed becomes the second agency to agree publicly to refrain from seeking self-testing information during investigations. The Justice Department made a similar pledge late last month, though the department did say it would seek self-testing data if a fair-lending case went to trial.

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