A deal has been reached between President Barack Obama and congressional leaders on a budget plan for the rest of this fiscal year that would avert a government shutdown, a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said on Friday.

We have a deal, Jon Summers said.

Republican Representative Darrell Issa told reporters the deal will contain a provision for audits of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

(Reporting by Richard Cowan, Andy Sullivan and Thomas Ferraro; editing by Philip Barbara)