(UA-3478053-4)
This is the "Home" page of the "Debt Ceiling" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Debt Ceiling  

Last Updated: Feb 7, 2013 URL: http://libguides.se.edu/debtceiling Print Guide RSS Updates
Home Print Page
  Search: 
 
 

Debt


You haven't heard of the Bureau of the Public Debt before? We're a small agency within the Department of the Treasury. Our customers are your neighbors, co-workers, and most likely you, too. You're our customer if you've ever bought any type of Treasury security for yourself or, as millions have done in the case of savings bonds, as a gift for someone else. Our job is to borrow the money needed to operate the federal government and to account for the resulting debt. In a nutshell, we borrow by selling Treasury bills, notes, and bonds, as well as U.S. Savings Bonds; we pay interest to investors; and, when the time comes to pay back the loans, we redeem investors' securities. Every time we borrow or pay back money, it affects the outstanding debt of the United States. We also provide reimbursable administrative, financial management and information technology services to a variety of Federal government entities through our Administrative Resource Center (ARC).

 

LoisLaw


Follow these instructions to access LoisLaw from the Library homepage, or simply click on the link below:

  • Go to Library main page at: http://www.se.edu/lib/
  • Click on Electronic Resources
  • Scroll down the page until you find the link to LoisLaw
  • Click on the LoisLaw link
      You should be taken to the LoisLaw main page

Or click on the link below:

LoisLaw
 

Debt ceiling


Debt Crisis July 2011: Media Response

Debt Crisis 2013: Media Response

The National Debt

U.S. Department of the Treasury

The White House

Republican views

Democratic views

Government Reports on the Debt Ceiling

United States Budget

Opinion Polls on the Debt Crisis

Business Views on the U.S. Debt Ceiling

Foreign Views on the U.S. Debt Ceiling

Legal views on the Debt ceilimg

View of the elderly

Description

Loading  Loading...

Tip