President Obama reportedly looking to overhaul the NSA's controversial data collection program.

FOX News Radio's Jared Halpern reports from The Hauge, The Netherlands, where he is travelling with the President:

President Obama will tell Congress to overhaul all the metadata collection at the center of the NSA's controversial surveillance program.

The proposal, detailed by the New York Times, would have the President propose to Congress that phone companies hold onto call records, instead of the government agency.

Current law allows the government to hold on to electronic phone records for up to five years. The White House is expected to instead have companies keep them for 18 months, as some phone companies are already required to do.

Travelling with the President in The Hague, The Netherlands, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.