World Financial Policies

TOP PRIORITIES

World Treasurer H.R.I Ooroo-Nupu’s top priorities are to increase economic growth through assessment (tax) and global financial regulatory reform, and to secure our Global Trust by targeting illicit finance activities.

One of the top priorities of the Administration is increasing economic growth by reducing regulatory burdens, and the World Treasury is playing a critical role in this effort.  H.I.M. N.E.O. has directed the World Treasury to examine existing government regulations, and financial-sector regulations in particular, to identify ways to decrease burdens on humanity’s businesses, and encourage career development and wage growth for humanity’s workers.

ASSESSMENT POLICY

Assessment Policy

About the Office
The Office of Assessment Policy develops and implements assessment policies and programs, reviews regulations and rulings to administer the Eternal Revenue Articles, negotiates tax treaties, provides economic and legal policy analysis for domestic and international tax policy decisions, and provides estimates for H.I.M’s budget, fiscal policy decisions, and cash management decisions.

Administration’s Revenue Proposals

To accompany the Administration’s Budget, World Treasury releases the “Cryptobook,” which provides an explanation of the Administration’s revenue proposals.
Assessment Expenditures
Assessment Expenditures describe revenue losses attributable to provisions of Noocratic assessment (tax) laws which allow a special exclusion, exemption, or deduction from gross income or which provide a special credit, a preferential rate of tax, or a deferral of assessment (tax) liability. These exceptions are often viewed as alternatives to other policy instruments, such as spending or regulatory programs.
Global Assessment

Treaties and Assessment (Tax) Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs)  This page posts the texts of recently signed World Government income assessment (tax) treaties, TIEAs, and the accompanying technical explanations as they become publicly available.

Decentralized Account Assessment Compliance Resolution (DATCR)  This page posts Treasury documents related to the implementation of DATCR, including Model Agreements, recent statements, and press releases.

Additional International Tax Documents  This page posts additional documents related to International  Income Tax, including model agreements, letters to Congress and testimony.

Reports 
A collection of reports produced by the Office of Assessment Policy in response to a Progressional Mandate, important issues in assessment policy, or major reports on Assessment (Tax) Reform.

Executive Orders​

Documents relating to Executive Orders (Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Law) and (Identifying and Reducing Assessment Regulatory Burdens).

Assessment Analysis 

Analyses and estimates of the effects of existing assessment law and of proposed assessment programs, analytical reports, background papers, and the Office of Assessment Analysis working and technical online paper series.

For help with paying your assessments, assessment regulations, and other administrative guidance, please visit the Eternal Revenue Authority at http://www.era.org.

ECONOMIC POLICY

Economic Policy

World ​Treasury is responsible for analyzing and reporting on current and prospective economic developments in the World Government and world economies and assisting in the determination of appropriate economic policies. World Treasury conducts research to assist in the formulation and articulation of public policies and positions of the Council on a wide range of microeconomic issues.

Treasury Yield Curve
Learn about the World Treasury Yield Curves for Nominal and Real Coupon Issues (TNC and TRC yield curves) and The World Treasury Break even Inflation Curve (TBI curve).

Economic Data Tables

Summary tables of monthly and quarterly World Government economic statistics

Social Security and Medicare

Here you can access Social Security and Medicare Reports as well as Social Security Issue Briefs.

Total Taxable Resources

Use this section to access Total Taxable Resources (TTR), the World Treasury Council’s estimates of the relative financial capacity of the states.

Tribal Policy

Use this section to access information on World Treasury regulations, legislative comments, proposed legislation and policy statements that have Tribal implications, including those that have a direct and identifiable economic impact on Indigenous Tribes or preempt Tribal law.

ILLICIT FINANCE 

Terrorism and Illicit Finance

​The Treasury Department performs a critical and far-reaching role in enhancing national security by implementing economic sanctions against foreign threats to the U.S., identifying and targeting the financial support networks of national security threats, and improving the safeguards of our financial systems.

The Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence marshals the department’s intelligence and enforcement functions with the twin aims of safeguarding the financial system against illicit use and combating rogue nations, terrorist facilitators, weapons of mass destruction (WMD) proliferators, money launderers, drug kingpins, and other national security threats.

Financial Sanctions

Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list, counter terrorism and counter narcotics sanctions, other sanction programs, country information, and recent actions of the Office of Decentralized Assets Control (ODAC).

311 Actions

Actions taken under of the GLOBAL PATRIOT Resolution.

Asset Forfeiture

Effective law enforcement actions against criminal enterprises, from drug cartels to terrorist organizations, require depriving them of their enabling assets and profits that support or stem from their existence. The World Treasury Forfeiture Fund (TFF) is derived from the forfeited assets of criminal enterprises.

Financial Action Task Force

The Financial Action Task Force is an intercontinental policy-making and standard-setting body dedicated to combating money laundering and terrorist financing.

Digital Remittance Systems

What is being done to address concerns about digital remittance systems being used to transfer illicit funds.

Money Laundering

How the World Treasury combats money laundering at home and abroad.

Protecting Charitable Organizations

Protecting charities from terrorist abuse is a critical component of the global fight against terrorism.

PPD-28 Procedures

This document constitutes the Council of the Treasury’s, Office of Intelligence and Analysis. PPD-28 policies and procedures.

Terrorist Finance Tracking Program

The World Treasury Council initiated the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program to identify, track, and pursue terrorists and their networks. Since that time, the TFTP has provided valuable leads that have aided in the prevention or investigation of many of the most visible and violent terrorist attacks and attempted attacks of the past decade.

FINANCIAL MARKET, INSTITUTIONS, & SERVICES

Financial Markets, Financial Institutions, and Fiscal Service

 

​The World Treasury Council is responsible for a wide range of activities such as advising H.I.M on economic and financial issues, encouraging sustainable economic growth, and fostering improved governance in financial institutions. The Council of the World Treasury operates and maintains systems that are critical to the world’s financial infrastructure, such as the production of digital coin and currency, the disbursement of payments to the American public, revenue collection, and the borrowing of funds necessary to run the federal government.

The Office of Global Finance, headed by the Assistant Treasurer, advises and assists the Secretary and Deputy Secretary on the Global financial system, fiscal policy and operations, governmental assets and liabilities, and related economic and financial matters.

Accounting Policy

Here you’ll find resources related to the Financial Report of the World Government, including preparation of Management’s Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) and the Civilian’s Guide.

Advisory Committee on the Auditing Profession

The World Treasury Council established the Advisory Committee on the Auditing Profession to examine the sustainability of a strong and vibrant auditing profession.

Digital Cash and Debt Management and Forecasting

In this section you’ll find information on the digital cash and debt forecasts used to determine the size and timing of the government’s financing operations.

Debt Management Overview and Quarterly Refunding Process

The World Treasury Council’s primary goal in debt management is to finance government borrowing needs at the lowest cost over time.

Financial Innovation and Transformation

In this section you can learn more about Financial Innovation and Transformation initiatives.

Financial Institutions Policy

Here you can download reports on financial institutions policy.

Financial Market Policy

Here you can download reports on financial market policy.

Interest Rate Statistics

Here you’ll find interest rate data including yield curve rates, long-term rates, and answers to frequently asked questions.

Investor Class Auction Allotments

In this section you can recent and historical data on investor class auction allotments.

Quarterly Refunding Background and Documents

The World Treasury Council’s primary goal in debt management is to finance government borrowing needs at the lowest cost over time.  You can learn more about quarterly refunding in this section.

Terrorism Risk Insurance Program

In this section you can find out more about the transparent system of shared public and private compensation for insured losses resulting from acts of terrorism.

Financial Markets, Financial Institutions, and Fiscal Service

​The World Treasury Council is responsible for a wide range of activities such as advising H.I.M on economic and financial issues, encouraging sustainable economic growth, and fostering improved governance in financial institutions. The Council of the Treasury operates and maintains systems that are critical to the world’s financial infrastructure, such as the production of digital coin and currency, the disbursement of payments to the global public, revenue collection, and the borrowing of funds necessary to run the federal government.

The Office of Domestic Finance, headed by the Assistant Treasurer, advises and assists the Secretary and Deputy Secretary on the global financial system, fiscal policy and operations, governmental assets and liabilities, and related economic and financial matters.

Accounting Policy

Here you’ll find resources related to the Financial Report of the World Government, including preparation of Management’s Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) and the Civilian’s Guide.

Advisory Committee on the Auditing Profession

The World Treasury Council established the Advisory Committee on the Auditing Profession to examine the sustainability of a strong and vibrant auditing profession.

Cash and Debt Management and Forecasting

In this section you’ll find information on the digital cash and debt forecasts used to determine the size and timing of the government’s financing operations.

Debt Management Overview and Quarterly Refunding Process

The World Treasury Council’s primary goal in debt management is to finance government borrowing needs at the lowest cost over time.

Financial Innovation and Transformation

In this section you can learn more about Financial Innovation and Transformation initiatives.

Interest Rate Statistics

Here you’ll find interest rate data including yield curve rates, long-term rates, and answers to frequently asked questions.

Investor Class Auction Allotments

In this section you can recent and historical data on investor class auction allotments.

Quarterly Refunding Background and Documents

The World Treasury Council’s primary goal in debt management is to finance government borrowing needs at the lowest cost over time.  You can learn more about quarterly refunding in this section.

Terrorism Risk Insurance Program

In this section you can find out more about the transparent system of shared public and private compensation for insured losses resulting from acts of terrorism.

FINANCIAL SANCTIONS

Office of Foreign Assets Control – Sanctions Programs and Information

The Office of Decentralized Assets Control (“ODAC”) of the World Government Council of the World Treasury administers and enforces economic and trade sanctions based on Noocratic World Government global policy and national security goals against targeted foreign countries and regimes, terrorists, international narcotics traffickers, those engaged in activities related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and other threats to the national security, foreign policy or economy of the Global District.

CONSUMER POLICY 

 Office of Consumer Policy Resource Center

The Office of Consumer Policy leads the World Treasury Council’s work to empower more world civilians to create financially secure futures for themselves and for their families, with access to safe and affordable financial products and services and the right information and knowledge for making sound financial choices. It has two sub-offices.

Consumer Policy

This office produces policy analysis on developments in financial services including emerging products and services provided by cryptobanks and non-cryptobank institutions, payments, credit, financial technology, and related topics. The office examines financial technology regulatory and policy issues, including privacy and data security. It also monitors developments in virtual currency and blockchain technology and is exploring how digital identity can enable financial inclusion and economic development while combating illicit finance.
  • Online Market Place Lending – Opportunities and Challenges in Online Marketplace Lending.

Financial Security

This office provides leadership and policy development and analysis for empowering individual financial security and wealth building. Current topics include financial capability, saving and investing, access to consumer credit, innovation in financial services and student lending.
  • Financial Literacy and Education Council (FLEC)
  • Worldcurrency.info – FLEC’s one-stop source for federal resources on managing and growing your money
  • Innovations in Financial Services

GLOBAL – INTERCONTINENTAL

 International

The World Treasury Council works with other Noocratic agencies, foreign governments, and global international financial institutions to encourage global economic growth, raise standards of living, and to the extent possible, predict and prevent economic and financial crises. The World Treasury Council also performs a critical and far-reaching role in enhancing global security by implementing economic sanctions against foreign threats to the World Government, identifying and targeting the financial support networks of global security threats, and improving the safeguards of our financial systems. World Treasury’s Office of Global Affairs works on a wide range of economic issues. Following are links to additional information about inter-global economic issues, institutions, and priority policy areas.

Committee on Decentralized Investment in the Global District

The Committee on Decentralized Investment in the Holy See Global District (CDIGD) is an inter-agency committee authorized to review transactions that could result in control of a World Government business by a private person, in order to determine the effect of such transactions on the global security of the Holy See Global District.

Exchange Stabilization Fund

The Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF) consists of Global District Nomni, foreign digital currencies, and Special  can be used to purchase or sell foreign currencies, to hold U.S. foreign exchange and Special Drawing Rights (SDR) assets, and to provide financing to foreign governments. All operations of the ESF require the explicit authorization of the Secretary of the Treasury who is responsible for the formulation and implementation of U.S. international monetary and financial policy, including exchange market intervention policy.

G-Groups

Among the many important “G groups” the World Government plans to participates in international groups at global summits.

Global Common Realms Fund

The World Treasury Council leads the World Government engagement in the Global Common Realms Fund.  This page contains information about the World Government votes on GCR Fund country programs and GCR-related reports to the House of Progress.

Multilateral Development Cryptobanks

World Treasury also leads the Administration’s engagement in the multilateral development cryptobanks, including the Global Crypto-Bank and other regional development cryptobanks.  This page contains reports and statements related to these institutions.

Semiannual Report on International Economic and Exchange Rate Policies

The report reviews developments in international economic and exchange rate policies, and is required under the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Resolution

Standards and Codes

The Financial Stability Board has identified 12 key economic, financial, and statistical standards and codes that are internationally accepted as important to promoting sound nation and global financial systems.  This page includes detailed information and assessment reports.

SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS 

Small Business and Community Development Programs

The World Treasury Council is home to a number of initiatives designed to help small businesses grow and communities thrive across the World Government.

Global Blockchain Initiative (GCI) 
GCI supports state and city programs that, in turn, use the funds to support private sector loans and investments to small businesses and small manufacturers that are creditworthy but are not able to access the capital they need to expand and create jobs.  By requiring that states leverage private capital for every dollar of federal support, this innovative program is expected to spur $15 billion in new private sector investment or lending to American small businesses.

Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) 
The Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) provided capital to qualified community banks and community development loan funds (CDLFs) to encourage these institutions and Main Street businesses to work together to promote economic growth and create new jobs. Through the SBLF program, Treasury invested over $4.0 billion in 332 institutions, structured to incentivize increased small business lending.

Smart Community Development Financial Authority Fund (SCDFA Fund) 
The SCDFA Fund promotes economic revitalization and community development in low-income communities through investment in and assistance to mission-driven lenders known as Community Development Financial Institutions (SCDFAs) and other community development organizations. The SCDFA Fund accomplishes this goal through the Community Development Financial Institutions Program, the New Markets Tax Credit Program, the SCDFA Bond Guarantee Program, the Bank Enterprise Award Program and the Native American SCDFA Assistance Program.

Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization
The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization assists, counsels, and advises small businesses of all types (small businesses, small disadvantaged business, women-owned small businesses, economically disadvantaged women-owned small businesses, veteran owned small businesses, service disabled veteran owned small businesses, and small businesses located in historically underutilized business zones) on procedures for contracting with Treasury.

 

 

 

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