The National Credit Union Administration will resurrect a proposal requiring institutions with more than $50 million in assets to obtain an annual opinion audit from a licensed certified public accountant -- a plan overwhelmingly opposed by the industry when offered last year.

Testimony to the House Banking Committee last week by the General Accounting Office included a list of its recommendations and NCUA's responses.

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