WASHINGTON - National banks will soon be able to do much of their communicating with regulators over the Internet rather than through the mail, say officials at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

They will do so with National Banknet, a service designed to connect national bankers and their examiners through e-mail and give bankers access to on-line assessment programs. The OCC expects to announce the launch of the service this week.

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