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Fiscal Data https://fiscaldata.treasury.gov/
"Treasury’s fiscal data site growing by leaps and bounds," FEDSCOOP, January 28, 2021 https://www.fedscoop.com/federal-financial-data-treasury-website/

The Department of the Treasury and its Bureau of the Fiscal Service created Fiscal Data to consolidate federal financial data into one easy-to-use website. Fiscal Data adheres to modern data practices and offers data in machine-readable formats via file downloads and application programming interfaces (APIs).  
The mission of Fiscal Service is to promote the financial integrity and operational efficiency of the federal government through exceptional accounting, financing, collections, payments, and shared services. We pay, collect, finance, and account for trillions of dollars each year. Our datasets come from the systems that perform these critical functions such as debt management systems and summary debt accounting systems. Each dataset notes the publisher, which indicates the area within Fiscal Service from which the data originated.   
As a first step in improving the usability of our data, we have focused on increasing the metadata available to users, including complete data dictionaries for each dataset, explicit notes and limitations to help users understand the data, and detailed metadata to explain when the data is updated, what each row of the data represents, and descriptions for each dataset and data table.
Datasets include:
Advances to State Unemployment Funds (Social Security Act Title XII) -- Overview of the amount states and territories borrow from the Unemployment Trust Fund in order to pay out unemployment benefits and the interest.

Average Interest Rates on U.S. Treasury Securities -- Average monthly interest rates on marketable and non-marketable Treasury securities.

Daily Treasury Statement (DTS) -- Daily cash and debt operations of the U.S. Treasury, including cash balance, deposits and withdrawals, tax deposits and refunds, and debt transactions.
Debt to the Penny -- Total debt of the U.S. government reported daily. Contains information on intragovernmental holdings and debt held by the public.
Financial Report of the U.S. Government: Balance Sheets -- Overview of the U.S. government's financial position with a summary of assets, liabilities, and net position.
Financial Report of the U.S. Government: Statement of Net Cost -- Overview of the net cost of U.S. government operations from dedicated collections including gross cost, earned revenue, and changes in assumptions.
Gift Contributions to Reduce Debt Held by the Public -- Monthly totals for gifts donated to the federal government to reduce debt held by the public.
Historical Debt Outstanding -- Summarizes the U.S. government's total outstanding debt at the end of each fiscal year from 1789 to the current year.
Historical Qualified Tax Credit Bond Interest Rates -- Historical interest rate, term to maturity, and permitted sinking fund yield for qualified tax credit bonds reported daily through January 30, 2018.
Interest Expense on the Debt Outstanding -- Shows monthly and fiscal year-to-date values for the amount spent on interest on U.S. debt.
Monthly State and Local Government Series (SLGS) Securities Program Statistics -- Monthly balances for securities outstanding, principal outstanding, security group, and type for State and Local Government Series (SLGS) securities.
Monthly Statement of the Public Debt (MSPD) -- This dataset provides high-level information on the federal government's outstanding debts, holdings, and the statutory debt limit on a monthly basis.
Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) -- This dataset contains a monthly summary of the federal government's receipts and outlays, as well as the resulting surpluses and deficits.
Record-Setting Auction Data -- Record highs and lows from Treasury securities auctions, including rates and yields, offers, security type and term, and the date of the record-setting auction.
Redemption Tables -- Current and historical redemption values and interest earned for Series EE, E, and I savings bonds, and Savings Notes issued from 1941 to present.
Savings Bonds Securities -- Information on non-marketable savings bonds that have been sold, including their value, interest rates, and average maturities.
Savings Bonds Value Files -- Developer-friendly plaintext version of Redemption Tables information that uses encoded strings to denote redemption value at different times.
Schedules of Federal Debt -- Monthly and fiscal year-to-date changes in federal debt, broken out by debt holder type, principal, interest, and premiums/discounts.
State and Local Government Series Securities (Non-Marketable) -- Information about non-marketable State and Local Government Securities that have been sold, their value, and their timeline to maturity.
Treasury Offset Program -- This dataset shows how Treasury offsets federal payments, such as tax refunds, to pay off delinquent debts such as unpaid child support.
Treasury Reporting Rates of Exchange -- Authoritative exchange rates of foreign currencies and their U.S. dollar equivalents on a quarterly basis.
U.S. Treasury Savings Bonds: Issues, Redemptions, and Maturities by Series -- Number of Treasury savings bonds that are issued, redeemed, or outstanding in a given month, broken down by savings bond series type and maturity.
U.S. Treasury-Owned Gold -- Information on the weight and book value of gold reserves maintained by the U.S. Treasury.
Unemployment Trust Fund: Quarterly Yields -- Current and historical yields earned each quarter from Unemployment Trust Funds from 1999 to the present.

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