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The National Credit Union Administration Central Liquidity Facility (CLF) was established by Congress in 1978 to improve general financial stability by meeting the liquidity needs of credit unions. Federal law requires the Comptroller General to audit CLF under such rules and regulations that are deemed applicable. However, for fiscal year 1981 a private certified public accounting firm audited and rendered an opinion on the CLF financial statements.

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