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Tour the U.S. Treasury with Your Smart Phone

By: Richard Cote
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

​A trip down Pennsylvania Avenue is a must-do for the thousands visitors that come to nation’s capital on a daily basis. The avenue is home to some of the capital’s key landmarks, including the U.S. Treasury Department building. To make the Treasury Department building even more accessible to the public, particularly for visitors who don’t have time for a formal tour, today we are announcing the launch of a new mobile website that provides a virtual tour of the Treasury Department building via your smart phone and tablet. 
Posted in: History

Assistant Secretary Lago at the Inter-American Development Bank’s Forum on Promoting Growth and Development in Central Amer

By: Matthew Mohlenkamp
Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Last week, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) hosted the forum, “Investing in Central America: Opening Up Opportunities for Growth,” which continued an ongoing dialogue about spurring growth and opportunity in Central America, and addressing the root causes of the increase in emigration of Central American children to the United States.  This conference followed President Obama’s meeting this summer with the leaders of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras – countries that are together known as the “Northern Triangle.”  
Posted in: Category 1

Coverage of Secretary Lew’s Remarks on the Global Economy Ahead of the G-20 Leaders’ Summit

By: Holly Shulman
Thursday, November 13, 2014

​Yesterday, Secretary Lew visited Seattle, Washington, in advance of his trip to Brisbane, Australia for the G-20 Leaders’ Summit.   During his visit, Secretary Lew met with students at the University of Washington as well as local government officials and business and community leaders.  Following these meetings, Secretary Lew delivered remarks before the World Affairs Council of Seattle, focused on taking steps now to build a stronger global economy and create the conditions for shared prosperity.
Posted in: Category 1

In Case You Missed It: Secretary Lew’s Remarks at the World Affairs Council of Seattle on Building a Stronger Global Economy

By: Holly Shulman
Thursday, November 13, 2014

​Ahead of the G-20 Leaders’ Summit, Secretary Lew delivered remarks before the World Affairs Council of Seattle, focusing on the state of the global economy and efforts to create conditions for improving growth and prosperity worldwide.
Posted in: Category 1

BEP and U.S. Mint Tap into Veteran Workforce with Hiring Initiative

By: Rosie Rios
Monday, November 10, 2014

​At the U.S. Treasury Department, we understand the importance of hiring men and women who serve our country, and we are committed to ensuring that our heroes have opportunities when they return home. Veterans have proven skills and experience from their service that makes them valuable additions to the federal workforce. Veterans’ daily contributions have been especially valuable at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), where veterans make up nearly 30 percent of the workforce, and the United States Mint, where veterans make up more than 35 percent of the workforce. 

Posted in: BEP, Mint

Secretary Lew’s Trip to Africa to Advance Economic Opportunities

By: Victoria Esser
Monday, November 03, 2014

​This week, Secretary Lew concluded a trip to Africa, visiting Egypt, Tanzania, and South Africa for meetings with senior government officials, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and others in the region.
Posted in: Trip to Africa

Addressing Obstacles in the Workforce Facing Women and Families

By: Jennifer Hunt
Friday, October 31, 2014

​Women play a critical role in our economy — they receive more than half of all bachelor’s and graduate degrees, they make up nearly half of our workforce, and they are increasingly taking on the role of breadwinner for their families.

Posted in: Economic Policy

Secretary Lew Visits Important Investment Sites in Tanzania, Highlights Power Africa and Trade Africa Initiatives

By: Stephanie Ma
Thursday, October 30, 2014

​During his visit on Tuesday to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Secretary Lew toured the Port of Dar es Salaam and the Power Substation to highlight the importance of investment in infrastructure for economic growth.

Posted in: International Affairs

Treasury’s Office of Technical Assistance Supports Paraguay in Strengthening Its Revenue Management and Delivering Essential Public Services

By: Larry McDonald
Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Treasury’s Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) has a Revenue Policy and Administration Program that assists ministries of finance in achieving more efficient, responsible collection of revenues.  Recently, OTA partnered with Paraguay to help the country more effectively manage its revenues, which would enable Paraguay to better provide critical services to its citizens.
Posted in: Category 1

Assistant Secretary Lago Visits Health Centers in the Democratic Republic of Congo

By: Greg Larson
Tuesday, October 28, 2014

​​Improving healthcare delivery is a top priority for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Last week, Assistant Secretary for International Markets and Development Marisa Lago visited two health projects that are successfully meeting this challenge. Supported by the World Bank and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), these projects are using an innovative approach that links the release of funds to the achievement of health-related targets, rather than making payments up front.
Posted in: International Affairs
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