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Data and information on the Public Debt Moves to TreasuryDirect!
February 10, 2007 – Information on Federal Investments, State and Local Government Securities, the Trust Funds Program, the Federal Borrowings Program, Securities Liquidations and Proceeds and data on the Public Debt has moved to the government section of TreasuryDirect.gov. With this move, all information on our products and services for individual, institutional and government customers resides on TreasuryDirect.gov. Please visit our new site!
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Treasury Securities Information and Auction Data Have Moved!
August 4, 2006 – We’ve moved auction data and information about Treasury securities to TreasuryDirect.gov and we have several links on this page to get you easily to the new site. Also, we’ve put redirects in place for our most popular pages that will take you automatically to their new location.
So my question is this, how did the US Treasury Bureau of Public Debt know in February of 2007, that they would be liquidating securities through their office. (see first paragraph)