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Treasury Bulletin


Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get additional data other than what is published in the Treasury Bulletin, such as monthly data series on Treasury securities?

The information published in the Treasury Bulletin is contributed by a number of bureaus and program offices within the Treasury Department. In some cases, additional information is available from those offices, and requests for that information are forwarded to our contributors.

Try the links below for questions relating to:

Capital Movements Data Series: (TIC Reporting System)
Treasury bills, bonds and notes
U.S. Savings Bonds
The public debt in general
Other bureaus of the Treasury Department

Can I get Treasury Bulletin data on-line that was published prior to the issues available on the Treasury Bulletin website?

The Treasury Bulletin website was created in March of 1996 and, therefore, only 1996 issues of the Treasury Bulletin forward are available on-line. Those issues are available as single PDF files containing the entire issue.

The U.S. Government Printing Office does stock a limited number of previous issues. You can call them at (202) 512-1800 to ask about the availability of specific issues.

When will the next issue of the Treasury Bulletin be available?

The Treasury Bulletin is issued quarterly in March, June, September and December. Printed copies are available through the U.S. Government Printing Office usually around the third week of those months. The Web version is updated as soon as the printed copies are released. You can sign up for free e-mail notification for updates.

I didn't receive the most recent issue of the Treasury Bulletin. How can I get a copy?

Our publication office does not handle subscriptions or distribution. If you are experiencing problems with delivery you can call the U.S. Government Printing Office at 202-512-2425 to ask about your subscription.

I can't open the Treasury Bulletin chapters when I click on the individual links to them. What am I doing wrong?

Viewing PDF files PDF document requires Acrobat Reader which is included in many Web browsers. If your browser does not read Acrobat's pdf files, the Acrobat Reader is free to download and use.



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