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MEDIA ADVISORY The National Academy of Public Administration and U.S. Treasury Department Fiscal Service to Host Webinar on New Public Websites and Datasets:

Post Date: January 12, 2021

Websites Advance Data Transparency and Inform Grand Challenges

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Academy of Public Administration will join the Fiscal Service of the U.S. Department of the Treasury to host a January 28th webinar to unveil two new public websites, FiscalData.Treasury.gov and Federalism.us, that promote data transparency and provide critical government information.

The Treasury website, FiscalData.Treasury.gov, brings together some of the most popular federal financial datasets—including the Monthly Statement of the Public Debt, Monthly Treasury Statement, Daily Treasury Statement and Debt to the Penny. FiscalData.Treasury.gov serves as the central location for financial data, giving users the ability to:

  • Explore datasets on topics such as debt, revenue, and spending
  • Review timely and historical data, in one case dating as far back as 1790
  • View and analyze trends over time