WASHINGTON - The Resolution Trust Corp. said it would no longer allow business in default on loans from failed banks or thrifts to do work for the agency.

Under the new policy, large contractors will have to provide reports that their affiliated business are not in default to failed banks and thrifts. If such debts exceed $50,000, they can be banned from government contracting.

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