2007 Federal Register Items (January - December)
The Federal Register is a daily publication used to provide notice of proposed or final changes to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), including the the regulations of the Bureau of the Fiscal Service (formerly the Bureau of the Public Debt). The Federal Register is also used to provide other important information or requests for information. The most important items relating to the Bureau of the Fiscal Service published in the Federal Register from January 2007 through December 2007 are listed below. You will leave this site if you choose to access these Federal Register publications.
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|December 3, 2007
31 CFR Parts, 351, 353, 359, 360 and 363
Offering and Governing Regulations for Series EE and Series I Savings Bonds, TreasuryDirect
Action: Final Rule
This rule lowers the annual purchase limitation per person for Series EE and Series I savings bonds, and eliminates the definitive $10,000 denomination for Series I savings bonds.
PDF Version (50K, uploaded 12/03/07)
|October 3, 2007
Privacy Act of 1974; System of Records
Action: Notice of alteration of the Department's Privacy Act Systems of Records
The Department of the Treasury gives notice of a proposed alteration to each of its systems of records by adding a routine use subject to the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended (5 U.S.C. 552a).
PDF Version (51K, uploaded 10/03/07)
|June 29, 2007
Prompt Interest Rate; Contract Disputes Act
For the period beginning July 1, 2007, and ending December 31, 2007, the prompt payment interest rate and the contract disputes interest rate is 5 3/4 per centum per annum.
PDF Version (50K, uploaded 07/09/07)
|June 5, 2007
31 CFR Part 363
Regulations Governing securities Held in TreasuryDirect
Action: Final Rule
TreasuryDirect is an account-based, book-entry, online system for purchasing, holding, and conducting transactions in Treasury securities. An account owner currently accesses his or her account using a password to authenticate the account owner's identity. Treasury is now introducing additional customer-based authentication mechanisms for accessing accounts. This final rule provides Treasury the flexibility to require additional methods of authentication for the protection of customer accounts. Treasury is also strengthening its ability to respond to attempted fraud and abuse of TreasuryDirect. Currently, Treasury has the authority to close any account. This rule explicitly permits Treasury to liquidate the securities held in the account to be closed and pay the proceeds to the person entitled.
PDF Version (48K, uploaded 06/5/07)
|January 18, 2007
31 CFR Part 356
Action: Final Rule
This final rule provides that the Department of the Treasury may announce that certain marketable Treasury securities to be offered will no be eligible for purchase or holding in the Legacy TreasuryDirect system. Treasury is issuing this amendment to the auction rules because the Legacy TreasuryDirect system will eventually be phased out.
PDF Version (56K, uploaded 05/25/07)
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