The U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) is under the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government. It is one of fifteen executive departments. This guide provides an overview about the Treasury, including its bureaus, highlighted publications, and featured online information.
Photograph, "Transfer of money from the Treasurer's Vaults in Bureau en route to the Treasury building" in 1917. (Source: NAID: 158883748)
Mission: "To maintain a strong economy by promoting conditions that enable equitable and sustainable economic growth at home and abroad, combating threats to, and protecting the integrity of the financial system, and managing the U.S. government's finances and resources effectively."
Secretary: Janet Yellen
Employees: Over 100,000
|Visit the official website of the Treasury.
|Learn about the hierarchy of the Treasury.
|Read the latest press releases from the Treasury.
|See stories on featured topics concerning the Treasury.
|Statements & Remarks
|Hear the latest comments about the Treasury's news and events.
|Orders and Directives
|View the Treasury's "primary management documents" that "establish policy and assign responsibility to Secretarial Offices."
|Explore the regulations and rulings to administer the Internal Revenue Code.
|Interest Rate Statistics
|Find out the latest statistics, including the daily treasury par yield curve rates, daily treasury bill rates, and daily treasury real long-term rate averages.
|Treasury Coupon Issues and Corporate Bond Yield Curves
|Access information about the coupon issues and the yield curves.
|U.S. Treasury Fiscal Data
|Examine financial information, from the national debt to the national deficit.