We consider a model of interacting spinless fermions coupled to non-interacting leads. Initially a non-equilibrium situation is imposed by applying a bias voltage and temper- ature gradient across the system. The time-evolution of the density matrix leads to a quasi-stationary state from which charge and energy currents can be extracted. Numeri- cal results based on the time-dependent Hartree-Fock approximation are compared with exact currents obtained from discrete Hubbard-Stratonovich decoupling of the interac- tion for small systems. For a wide range of parameters the time-evolution of the currents is reasonably well described within the Hartree-Fock approach.