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A Comparison between the College Scorecard and Mobility Report Cards
Thursday January 19, 2017
In 2015, the Department of Education launched the College Scorecard, a vast database of student outcomes at specific c...
The Economic Security of American Households
Wednesday January 18, 2017
Today, the Office of Economic Policy at the Treasury Department released the fourth in a series of briefs exploring th...
Secretary Lew Sends Letter to 115th Congress on Puerto Rico
Tuesday January 17, 2017
Secretary Lew sent the following letter today to the Puerto Rico Congressional Task Force regarding Puerto Rico's fisc...
Unveiling the Future of Liberty
Thursday January 12, 2017
We have chosen “Remembering our Past, Embracing the Future” as the Mint’s theme for our 225th Anniversary year.
2016 Financial Report of the U.S. Government
Thursday January 12, 2017
Today, Treasury released the 2016 US Financial Report, which can be found here: https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/fsrepo...
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Friday Jan 13, 2017, 12:28 PM
Treasury Secretary Lew's Exit Memo: Eight Years of Progress at Treasury and a Look to the Future of American Financial Prosperity WASHINGTON –U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew has authored a departure memorandum that recounts the progress and work of the U.S. Department of the Treasury over the last eight years. The memo then outlines Secretary Lew’s visions and goals for the future of the Treasury Department. The Secretary closes his departure memorandum with personal reflections on the importance of bipartisan cooperation, his optimism about America’s future, and his hope that future policymakers will take careful stock of the successes of this Administration as they consider the next steps forward. Read the memo in full here: http://go.usa.gov/x9bb2
Thursday Jan 5, 2017, 2:36 PM
Treasury Secretary Lew in the Harvard Journal on Legislation: "Managing Our National Debt Responsibly: A Better Way Forward" Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew has authored a piece on the issue of the debt limit in the upcoming edition of the Harvard Journal on Legislation. The piece, published online today, explains how our debt is managed, explores the history of the debt limit, and examines the costs our country has incurred through numerous debt limit impasses. Secretary Lew writes that the current debt limit regime presents grave risk and no longer serves the United States well. He calls for Congress to chart a new path that removes the unnecessary and self-inflicted threats that debt limit brinksmanship has imposed on our economy and our security. go.usa.gov/x92KF
Wednesday Jan 4, 2017, 3:23 PM
WASHINGTON – U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew has authored a long-form article in the upcoming edition of the New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy outlining how Wall Street Reform strengthened our financial system and laid the foundation for long-run growth by reorienting our regulatory system to be more flexible and forward-looking. In the piece, published online today, Secretary Lew underscores how Wall Street Reform not only fixed what was broken in 2008, but also set up mechanisms and institutions to identify and respond to new and emerging risks. Maintaining these structures, Secretary Lew argues, is imperative to helping prevent future crises. Read the article online here: http://www.nyujlpp.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Lew-Eight-Years-After-The-Financial-Crisis-19nyujlpp611.pdf
Wednesday Dec 28, 2016, 3:33 PM
46% of all Americans would have to borrow funds or sell valuables to cover a $400 expense. This number is an increase from just 35% in 2009. This means that nearly 1 in 2 Americans do not have enough to cover emergency expenses: medical bill, car repairs, or major home damages. Health, education, and safety are fundamental necessities that every American should not have to worry about. Tune in to our Facebook Live feed and follow along on Facebook Live and Periscope with U.S. Global Development Lab on how we will tackle these issues at the #2016FIF
Thursday Dec 1, 2016, 12:30 PM
Screening and Panel of 'Hamilton's America'
Friday Oct 14, 2016, 2:04 PM
On October 5, 2016, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, PBS, and Events DC, in support of the White House’s South by South Lawn Festival, hosted a screening of the documentary film "Hamilton’s America" at the Newseum. Following the screening, Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew, Hamilton actor Christo...
The Story of the Freedman’s Bank
Monday Feb 29, 2016, 3:09 PM
The U.S. Treasury Department recently marked the 150th anniversary of the Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company by naming the Treasury Annex building as the Freedman’s Bank Building. The following video shares the story of this important institution, which remains a significant part of American hist...
The Restoration of the West Stairs - June 11, 2014
Wednesday Feb 3, 2016, 9:54 AM
Treasury Curator Richard Cote highlights the importance of the West Stairwell to the Treasury building and walks viewers through the staircase’s renovation process.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew introduces myRA (my Retirement Account)
Wednesday Nov 4, 2015, 9:38 AM
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew discusses how myRA is a simple, safe and affordable option that can help more people start saving for retirement.
Cabinet Secretaries Speak Out on Redesigning Our Currency
Thursday Oct 8, 2015, 10:00 AM
Use #TheNew10 to share your ideas and recommendations for the new $10 note and the next family of notes.
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