The New York Power Authority on Monday announced a set of procedures designed to reduce costs that agency officials attribute to "competitive pressures in the electric utility industry."

The moves include ending the use of leased cars by senior executives at the authority, banning funding for events that are not "specifically related to the Power Authority's business," strengthening the agency's conflict of interest policy, and changing how the agency selects bond underwriters and bond counsel.

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