Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is expected to deliver a speech on Monday about a comprehensive plan for the economy.

In the address, Secretary Geithner will discuss the Obama administration's strategy to strengthen our economy by getting credit flowing again to families and businesses, while imposing new measures and conditions to strengthen accountability, oversight and transparency in how taxpayer dollars are spent, the Treasury said in a statement on Friday.

Plans are to include an array of options for cleaning up the bad assets that are weighing down banks' balance sheets and tightening lending, which has contributed to a deep recession.

Economists say to fix the problems at the banks will likely take more than the $350 billion remaining under the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

Government officials have been struggling on how best to solve the problem of rising bank losses while at the same time keeping the cost to taxpayers low.