The Treasury Department's Troubled Asset Relief Program needs to do a better job of ensuring integrity, accountability and transparency, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.

The GAO has been tasked with reporting every 60 days on the progress of the program, which was established by the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act in early October. The GAO said it was too soon to determine whether the program is having the intended effect on the credit and financial markets.

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