WASHINGTON -- Treasury officials confirmed yesterday that they are considering rule changes to ensure fairness for all bidders in government security auctions but said they want to make sure any new procedures will not disrupt the bond market.

Officials also said they will wait for input from a federal advisory panel of the Public Securities Association before deciding whether to carry out any changes in response to the May squeeze in two-year notes that brought losses to some dealers on Wall Street.

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