Neil Barofsky, the special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, is set to publish a report that criticizes the U.S. Treasury for its tracking of taxpayer funds that were funneled into the banking system. Hours after the report is released, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will face the congressional oversight committee. Criticism of the Treasury comes only days before the government completes its stress tests of the nation's largest banks.

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