The Fiscal Service Launches A New Financial Data Website:
Fiscaldata.Treasury.Gov Provides Greater Transparency and Improved Customer Experience
July 14, 2020
The Fiscal Service is proud to announce the launch of a new website, FiscalData.Treasury.gov. This launch, which adds to the Fiscal Service's suite of data transparency products including USAspending.gov and the Data Lab, demonstrates our dedication to providing an enhanced customer experience in searching and downloading federal financial data as articulated in our Vision for the Future of Financial Management.
This new website brings together 18 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 will serve as the central location for financial data, giving customers 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
Over the past year, the Fiscal Service worked with data analysts, financial market analysts, government analysts, librarians and journalists to determine the ideal customer experience for searching and downloading data. Based on input from these groups, the Fiscal Service created FiscalData.Treasury.gov to pull together the most highly requested features and data. Users will be able to download data in several machine-readable formats such as CSV, JSON, HTML, and through APIs. They will also have access to comprehensive metadata, data documentation, and data dictionaries.
"Our goal is to provide the ideal customer experience for searching and downloading federal financial data," said Fiscal Service Commissioner Timothy Gribben. "FiscalData.Treasury.gov will increase efficiency and promote confidence and trust when using government data."
We encourage you to stay connected by visiting FiscalData.Treasury.gov. Users can also sign up at email@example.com to join the conversation by participating in user research or providing feedback about your experience and to be the first to find out when new data sets are added.