Bureau of the Public Debt

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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 307
DC. Public tours are conducted, with
free admission, at the Philadelphia and
Denver Mints.
For a complete list of U.S. Mint field
facilities, visit www.usmint.gov/about_
the_mint.
Sources of Information
Contracts and Employment Inquiries
should be directed to the facility head
of the appropriate field office or to the
Director of the Mint.
Numismatic Services The United
States Mint maintains public exhibit
and sales areas at the Philadelphia and
Denver Mints and at Union Station in
Washington, DC. Brochures and order
forms for official coins, medals, and other
numismatic items are available online at
www.usmint.gov.
Publications The “CFO Annual
Financial Report” is available from
the United States Mint, Department of
the Treasury, 801 Ninth Street NW.,
Washington, DC 20220. Phone, 202–
354–7800.
For further information, contact the United States Mint, Department of the Treasury,801 Ninth Street NW.,
Washington, DC 20220. Phone, 202–354–7200.
Bureau of the Public Debt
799 Ninth Street NW., Washington,DC 20239–0001
Phone, 202–504–3500. Internet, http://www.publicdebt.treas.gov.
Commissioner VAN ZECK
Deputy Commissioner ANITA SHANDOR
Chief Counsel PAUL WOLFTEICH
Director (Public and Legislative Affairs Staff) KIM TREAT
Executive Director (Government Securities
Regulation Staff)
LORI SANTAMORENA
Assistant Commissioner (Financing) DARA SEAMAN
Assistant Commissioner (Information
Technology)
KIMBERLY A. MCCOY
Assistant Commissioner (Public Debt
Accounting)
DEBRA HINES
Assistant Commissioner (Retail Securities) PAUL CROWE
Assistant Commissioner (Management Services) FRED PYATT
Executive Director (Administration Resource
Center)
CYNTHIA Z. SPRINGER
The Bureau of the Public Debt was
established on June 30, 1940, pursuant
to the Reorganization Act of 1939 (31
U.S.C. 306).
The Bureau’s mission is to borrow the
money needed to operate the Federal
Government, account for the resulting
public debt, and provide reimbursable
support to Federal agencies. The
Bureau fulfills its mission through five
programs: wholesale securities services,
Government agency investment services,
retail securities services, summary debt
accounting, and franchise services.
The Bureau auctions and issues
Treasury bills, notes, and bonds and
manages the U.S. Savings Bond Program.
It issues, services, and redeems bonds
through a nationwide network of issuing
and paying agents. It provides daily and
other periodic reports to account for
the composition and size of the debt.
In addition, the Bureau implements the
regulations for the Government securities
market. These regulations provide for
investor protection while maintaining a
fair and liquid market for Government
securities.
Sources of Information
Electronic Access Information about the
public debt, U.S. Savings Bonds, Treasury

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