Department of the Treasury: Responsible for promoting economic prosperity and ensuring the financial security of the U.S. Responsible for a wide range of activities such as advising the President on economic and financial issues, encouraging sustainable economic growth, and fostering improved governance in financial institutions. Operates and maintains systems that are critical to the nation's financial infrastructure, such as the production of coin and currency, the disbursement of payments to the American public, revenue collection, and the borrowing of funds necessary to run the federal government. Works with other federal agencies, foreign governments, and international financial institutions to encourage global economic growth, raise standards of living, and to the extent possible, predict and prevent economic and financial crises. Performs a critical and far-reaching role in enhancing national security by implementing economic sanctions against foreign threats to the U.S., identifying and targeting the financial support networks of national security threats, and improving the safeguards of our financial systems.
Bureaus: Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau ♦ Bureau of Engraving & Printing ♦ Bureau of the Fiscal Service ♦ Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ♦ Internal Revenue Service ♦ Office of Inspector General ♦ Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ♦ Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program ♦ Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration ♦ United States Mint
Offices: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility ♦ Domestic Finance ♦ Economic Policy ♦ Financial Research ♦ Financial Stability ♦ General Counsel ♦ International Affairs ♦ Legislative Affairs ♦ Management ♦ Public Affairs ♦ Recovery Programs ♦ Tax Policy ♦ Terrorism & Financial Intelligence ♦ Treasurer of the United States
Policy Issues: Tax Policy (Revenue Proposals | Tax Expenditures | International Tax | Treaties & Tax Information Exchange Agreements | Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act | Reports | Tax Analysis | Tax Regulatory Reform) ♦ Economic Policy (Treasury Coupon Issues | Corporate Bond Yield Curve | Economic Policy Reports | Social Security & Medicare | Total Taxable Resources) ♦ Terrorism & Illicit Finance (Sanctions | Asset Forfeiture | 311 Actions | Terrorist Finance Tracking Program | Money Laundering | Financial Action Task Force | Protecting Charitable Organizations) ♦ Financing the Government (Treasury Quarterly Refunding | Interest Rate Statistics | Treasury Securities | Treasury Investor Data | Debt Management Research) ♦ Financial Markets, Financial Institutions & Fiscal Service (Cash & Debt Forecasting | Debt Limit | Financial Stability Oversight Council | Federal Insurance Office | RESTORE Act | 1603 Program | The Community Development Financial Institution Fund | Making Home Affordable) ♦ Financial Sanctions (Specially Designated Nationals List | Consolidated Sanctions List | Search OFAC's Sanctions Lists | Additional Sanctions Lists | OFAC Recent Actions | Sanctions Programs & Country Information | FAQs | OFAC Civil Penalties & Enforcement | Contact OFAC) ♦ Consumer Policy (Financial Literacy & Education Commission | Mymoney.gov | Innovations in Financial Services | Featured Research) International (The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States | Exchange Stabilization Fund | G-7 & G-20 | International Monetary Fund | Multilateral Development Banks | Macroeconomic & Foreign Exchange Policies of Major Trading Partners | Exchange Rate Analysis | U.S.-China Comprehensive Strategic Economic Dialogue) ♦ Small Business Programs (Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization | Small Business Lending Fund | State Small Business Credit Initiative) ♦ Tribal Affairs
Data: Interest Rates (Daily Treasury Yield Curve Rates | Daily Treasury Real Yield Curve Rates | Daily Treasury Bill Rates | Daily Treasury Long-Term Rates ♦ Daily Treasury Real Long-Term Rates) ♦ Treasury Coupon-Issue & Corporate Bond Yield Curve (Treasury Coupon Issues | Corporate Bond Yield Curve) ♦ Federal Financial Data (Your Guide to America's Finances| Monthly Treasury Statement | Daily Treasury Statement) ♦ How Your Money is Spent (USAspending.gov) ♦ National Debt (National Debt to the Penny | Historical Debt Outstanding | Monthly Statement of the Public Debt) ♦ Quarterly Refunding (Debt Management Overview & Quarterly Refund Process | Most Recent Documents | Archives | Webcasts) ♦ Investor Class Auction Allotments (Other Programs) ♦ Treasury International Capital System (U.S. International Portfolio Investment Statistics | Release Dates | Forms & Instructions) ♦ U.S. International Reserve Position ♦ Troubled Assets Relief Program (Reports)
Services: Report Fraud, Waste & Abuse (Report Scam Attempts | Report Fraud Related to Government Contracts | Inspectors General) ♦ Bonds & Securities (Buy, Manage & Redeem | Treasury Hunt - Search for Matured Bonds | Cashing Savings Bonds in Disaster-Declared Areas | FAQs) ♦ Grant Programs (Pay for Results | RESTORE Act | Community Development Financial Institution Fund) ♦ Treasury Payments (Where is my Refund? | Lost or Expired Check | Direct Express Card | Non-Benefit Federal Payments | Electronic Federal Benefit Payments - GoDirect) ♦ Currency & Coins (Shop for Coin Products | Shop for Currency Products | Redeem Damaged Currency | Bureau of Engraving & Printing | U.S. Mint) ♦ Auctions (IRS Auctions | Real Estate | General Property, Vehicles, Vessels & Aircraft) ♦ Kline-Miller Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014 (Applications | FAQs) ♦ Education ♦ Taxes (Internal Revenue Service | IRS Forms & Publications | Refund Status | Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) ♦ Forms (IRS Forms & Instructions | Savings Bonds - Treasury Securities | Bank Secrecy Act - Fincen 114 & More | OFAC Reporting & License Applications | Treasury International Capital) ♦ Government Shared Services (Enterprise Business Solutions | Treasury Franchise Fund | Administrative Resource Center | Shared Services Program | TreasuryDirect | Invoice Processing Platform) ♦ Tours & Library (Historic Treasury Building | Library | Curator | Bureau of Engraving & Printing | U.S. Mint)
Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau: Mission is to collect Federal excise taxes on alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and ammunition and to assure compliance with Federal tobacco permitting and alcohol permitting, labeling, and marketing requirements to protect consumers.
Program Areas: Beverage Alcohol ♦ Nonbeverage Alcohol ♦ Tobacco ♦ Formulation ♦ Labeling Resources ♦ Advertising ♦ Market Compliance ♦ Trade Practices ♦ International Affairs ♦ Outreach ♦ Firearms & Ammunition
Industry Members: Information For... ♦ Wine Producers ♦ Distilled Spirits Producers ♦ Beer Producers ♦ Wholesalers ♦ Importers/Exporters ♦ Tobacco Industry ♦ Firearms/Ammunition Excise Tax ♦ Industrial Alcohol ♦ State & Local Government
Bureau of Engraving & Printing: BEP's mission is to develop and produce U.S currency notes. BEP’s vision is to be the world standard securities printer providing its customers and the public with superior products through excellence in manufacturing and innovation. As its primary function, BEP prints billions of dollars - referred to as Federal Reserve notes - each year for delivery to the Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve operates as the nation's central bank and serves to ensure that adequate amounts of currency and coin are in circulation. BEP does not produce coins - all U.S. coinage is minted by the United States Mint. BEP also advises other federal agencies on document security matters. In addition, BEP processes claims for the redemption of mutilated currency. BEP's research and development efforts focus on the continued use of automation in the production process and counterfeit deterrent technologies for use in security documents, especially U.S. currency.
U.S. Currency: $1 Note ♦ $2 Note ♦ $5 Note ♦ $10 Note ♦ $20 Note ♦ $50 Note ♦ $100 Note ♦ Denominations Above the $100 Note ♦ History of the BEP & U.S. Currency ♦ How Money is Made ♦ Training & Education
Resources: Collector Information ♦ Equipment Manufacturers ♦ FAQs ♦ Image Gallery ♦ Laws & Regulations ♦ Lifespan of a Note ♦ Meaningful Access Program ♦ Production Reports - Annual ♦ Production Reports - Monthly ♦ Serial Numbers
Bureau of the Fiscal Service: Mission: Promote the financial integrity and operational efficiency of the federal government through exceptional accounting, financing, collections, payments, and shared services. Vision: Transform financial management and the delivery of shared services in the federal government.
Services for Government Agencies: Agency Priority Goal ♦ Do Not Pay ♦ Over-the-Counter Channel Network ♦ Treasury Offset Program ♦ United States Standard General Ledger ♦ Governmentwide Treasury Account Symbol Adjusted Trial Balance System ♦ Electronic Federal Tax Payment System ♦ Card Acquiring Service ♦ Intra-Governmental Payment & Collection ♦ Data Transparency ♦ G-Invoicing ♦ Secure Payment System ♦ Financial Innovation & Transformation ♦ Federal Financial Management Vision Website ♦ Financial Management Standards Committee ♦ Financial Management Quality Service Management Office ♦ Central Accounting Reporting System ♦ Treasury Financial Experience
Services for Business & Institutions: Look Up Exchange Rates ♦ Submit a Government Invoice ♦ Pay Business Taxes ♦ Wage Garnishment ♦ Research Surety Bonds ♦ Do Business with the Fiscal Service ♦ Vendor Payment Guidance
Financial Crimes Enforcement Network: FinCEN’s mission is to safeguard the financial system from illicit use and combat money laundering and promote national security through the collection, analysis, and dissemination of financial intelligence and strategic use of financial authorities. FinCEN carries out its mission by receiving and maintaining financial transactions data; analyzing and disseminating that data for law enforcement purposes; and building global cooperation with counterpart organizations in other countries and with international bodies.
Resources: Advisories/Notices/Bulletins/Fact Sheets ♦ Filing Information ♦ Financial Institutions (Casinos | Depository Institutions | Insurance | Money Services Businesses | Mortgage Co/Broker | Precious Metals/Jewelry | Securities/Futures) ♦ FinCEN Exchange ♦ Innovation ♦ International (The Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units | The Financial Task Force | Transnational Organized Crime) ♦ Law Enforcement (Support of Law Enforcement | Case Examples) ♦ Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) Stats ♦ Statutes & Regulations (Bank Secrecy Act | Chapter X | Federal Register Notices | Administrative Rulings | Guidance | USA PATRIOT Act | 311 Special Measures | Customer Due Diligence (CDD) Final Rule)
Internal Revenue Service: IRS Mission: Provide America's taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and enforce the law with integrity and fairness to all.
Forms, Instructions & Publications: List All Current Forms & Instructions ♦ Prior Year Forms & Instructions ♦ Accessible Forms & Publications ♦ Order Forms & Publications ♦ Form 1040 ♦ Form 1040 Instructions ♦ Form W-9 ♦ Form 4506-T ♦ Form W-4 ♦ Form 941 ♦ Form W-2 ♦ Form 9465 ♦ Form 1040-X ♦ Form 2848 ♦ Form W-7 ♦ Circular 230
Tax Statistics: Wide range of tables, articles & data that describe and measure elements of the U.S. tax system.
Office of Inspector General: OIG is required to keep both the Secretary and the Congress fully and currently informed about the problems and deficiencies relating to the administration of department programs and operations and the necessity for corrective action.
Reports: Audit & Evaluation Reports ♦ Testimonies & Other Documents ♦ Semiannual Reports to Congress ♦ Peer Review Reports ♦ Management Challenges ♦ Recovery Act ♦ RESTORE Act ♦ Small Business Lending Fund Program & State Small Business Credit Initiative ♦ Reports on Conference Spending to Support Agency Operations in Accordance with OMB M-12-12
CARES Act: Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency: OCC is an independent bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. OCC charters, regulates, and supervises all national banks, federal savings associations, and federal branches and agencies of foreign banks. They ensure that the banks they supervise operate in a safe and sound manner, provide fair access to financial services, treat customers fairly, and comply with applicable laws and regulations. OCC receives no appropriations from Congress.
Key Data & Statistics: Explore data and statistics about the OCC and the federal banking system, licensing activities, enforcement actions, and more.
Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program: The mission of the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) is to prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse in the more than $442 billion appropriated by Congress through the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (EESA) and $2 billion appropriated through the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, and to promote economy, efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability in these economic stability programs. SIGTARP conducts investigations of suspected illegal activity, and also independently audits, these EESA long-term economic stability programs.
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration: TIGTA was established under the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 to provide independent oversight of IRS activities. TIGTA promotes the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in the administration of the internal revenue laws. It is also committed to the prevention and detection of fraud, waste, and abuse within the IRS and related entities.
United States Mint: Mission of the U.S. Mint is to serve the American people by manufacturing and distributing circulating, precious metal and collectible coins and national medals, and providing security over assets entrusted to us. The Mint is the nation’s sole manufacturer of legal tender coinage and is responsible for producing circulating coinage for the nation to conduct its trade and commerce. The Mint also produces coin-related products, including proof, uncirculated, and commemorative coins; Congressional Gold Medals; and silver and gold bullion coins. The Mint’s programs are self-sustaining and operate at no cost to the taxpayer.