Site Policies and Notices

Changes to this Site

In December 2010 through February 2011, the U.S. Department of the Treasury made major changes to the main web sites maintained by headquarters. 
Major Changes
  • Our main web site address is now has been modernized and reorganized for easier use. Information is now organized by Common Tasks/Questions and by Resources, Services, major Initiatives and Data and Charts.
  • A new blog has been added called Treasury Notes which is updated daily.
  • Our Financial Stability web site has been reorganized and merged into the redesigned site.
  • The old home page address now takes you to the Financial Stability section of
  • Our Making Home Affordable © site, dedicated to helping homeowners hold on to their homes, has been redesigned for easier use and remains a stand-alone site at
  • A new Advanced Search lets you expand and narrow the scope of your search.
Top Tasks and Questions by Audience
Treasury For features the most common tasks and questions that bring people to our site split out by audience.
  • The Public
  • Businesses
  • Financial Institutions
  • Governments
  • Treasury’s Role
  • How Treasury is organized including the headquarters policy offices and bureau descriptions
  • Treasury Officials
  • Required Budget, Performance, and Strategic Plans
  • Education and History
Resource Center contains policy information and reports. Frequently requested resources include:
  • Financial Sanctions - Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) lists, country-based sanctions and other sanction programs administered by Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC).
  • Data and Chart Center – Includes Interest Rate statistics, Treasury International Capital (TIC), Quarterly Refunding, International Reserve Position, Economic Data Tables.
  • Health Savings Account
  • Economic, Financial, International, Tax, Financial Education/Access, Terrorism and Illicit Finance Policy Information
  • Frequently Asked Questions
Services focuses on popular on-line services. Some of these services are provided by Treasury bureaus.  Examples include:
  • Auctions of seized property
  • Taxes - Gateway to the Internal Revenue Service plus Health Savings Accounts
  • Bonds and Securities
  • Coins and Currency
  • Grants, Loans, and Financial Assistance – includes resources for finding lost money
  • Treasury Payments – Direct deposit options and more
This site is the official government site providing information and data related to the 2008 Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (EESA) & Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). helps homeowners find Home Affordable programs that might be right for them to prevent foreclosure. Features are:
Last Updated: 7/30/2018 11:36 AM