The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is taking a high-tech step to reduce the time examiners spend in banks.

At the Conference of State Bank Supervisors annual meeting here last week, the agency unveiled software to automate data collection for its safety-and-soundness exams. Called Alert, the program organizes loan data and should help reduce the regulatory burden, FDIC officials said.

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