TROUBLED ASSET RELIEF PROGRAM: Treasury's Framework for Deciding to Extend TARP Was Sufficient, but Could be Strengthened for Future Decisions

Dodaro, Gene L.
June 2010
GAO Reports;6/30/2010, preceding p1
Government Documents
The article offers information on the U.S. Department of the Treasury's extension of Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) through October 2010. It discusses the process employed by the Treasury in extending the program and the extent of coordination with relevant agencies. In addition, it presents the analytical framework and quantitative indicators Treasury used to decide to extend TARP.


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