For Government Users
Federal Investments Program
Federal agencies that have the necessary legal authority, proper documentation, and available funds can purchase Government Account Series (GAS) securities using FedInvest. The Federal Investments Program accounts for almost one-quarter of the public debt, providing services to about 240 trust, deposit, and special funds.
Issuers of state and local government tax-exempt debt can purchase securities that comply with the Internal Revenue Code. Several varieties of State/Local Government Securities (SLGS) can be managed using SLGSafe, an online portfolio application.
Resources & Reports for Government
Security Liquidation & Proceeds
Security Liquidation is a process in which the Bureau of the Fiscal Service can convert securities (obligations) that have been received by Federal Executive Agencies into cash.Go to Security Liquidation & Proceeds
Federal Borrowings Program
The purpose of the Federal Borrowings Program is to facilitate loans to federal agencies on behalf of the Department of the Treasury (Treasury). Certain authorized Federal agencies may borrow funds from Treasury. The proceeds are used to support programs such as education, housing, flood relief, agriculture, and small businesses.Go to Federal Borrowings Program
Treasury Managed Accounts
There are 77 Treasury Managed Accounts. These accounts are specific in purpose and consist of deposit funds, receipt accounts, and appropriated accounts. Reports are available on Contract Disputes, No FEAR Act, and Unclaimed Moneys.Go to Treasury Managed Accounts
Funds Management Program Reports
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service's Funds Management Branch (FMB) provides investment and limited accounting services to Treasury-managed Trust Funds and Treasury-program Trust Funds.Go to Funds Management Program Reports
Historical Debt Outstanding
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s Summary Debt Accounting Branch accounts for and reports on the public debt. Read the fascinating story of the debt over the years.Go to Historical Debt Outstanding
Government Losses in Shipment Fund
The Government Losses in Shipment Fund (GLSF) is a revolving fund in the Treasury used for the replacement value of items lost, destroyed, or damaged while being shipped in accordance with regulations.Read more
Interest Rates and Prices
Looking for current or past interest rates on a federal investment or security? Here you can find the information you need through a variety of applications and reports.Go to Interest Rates and Prices
The Debt Subject to Limit is the maximum amount of money the Government is allowed to borrow without receiving additional authority from Congress.
*The statutory debt limit has been suspended until January 2025.Go to Debt Subject to Limit