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Monthly statement of the public debt of the United States
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MONTHLY STATEMENT O F T]HE PUBLICI[

OF T]H[E UNITED STATES /

FEBRUARY 28, 1997
(Details may not add to totals)

TABLE I -- SUMMARY OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY
COMPARATIVE FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY 29,1996


(Amount in millions of dollars) ,

FEBRUARY 28, 1997 FEBRUARY 29, 1996

Title


Interest-bearing Debt:
Marketable:
Treasury Bills................................. .. .. ..............
Treasury Notes........................ ... .. .................
Treasury Bonds........................... ....................
Treasury Inflation-Indexed Notes.......................................
Federal Financing Bank 2................................... ..........
Total Marketable...................................... ...........................

Nonmarketable:
Domestic Series......................... ............. ..................
Foreign Series.................................. .. ... ... ..............
R.E.A. Series......................................... ..........................
State and Local Government Series.....................................
United States Savings Securities.....................................
Government Account Series.............................................
Total Nonmarketable..........................................................
Total Interest-bearing Debt..................................... ..............

Noninterest-bearing Debt:
Not Subject to the Statutory Debt Limit....................................
Subject to the Statutory Debt Limit........................ .........
Total Noninterest-bearing Debt............................... ..............
Total Public Debt Outstanding.................... ...


Average
Interest Rate


Amount
Outstanding


Average
Interest Rate


t -t -t I


5.398
6.469
8.919
3.449
8.917
6.651


7.930
7.418
5.000
6.554
6.451
7.462
7.311
6.880


............. .

...............


$762,198
2,127,559
565,417
7,361
15,000
3,477,535


29,995
36,767
1
103,048
182,644
1,514,154
1,866,608
5,344,143


539
5,255
5,794
5,349,937


5.423
6.553
9.055
N/A
8.917
6.700


7.929
7.381
5.000
6.811
6.514
7.640
7.458
6.944


..... ........

...............


Amount
Outstanding


$795,328
2,042,732
534,062
N/A
15,000
3,387,122


29,995
40,361
1
97,577
183,117
1,274,699
1,625,750
5,012,872


2,827
1,342
4,168
5,017,041


TABLE II -- STATUTORY DEBT LIMIT, FEBRUARY 28,1997
(Amount in millions of dollars)
Public Debt Subject to Limit:
Public D ebt O utstanding................................................... ............................................................................ ............. $5,349,937
Less amounts not subject to limit:
N oninterest-bearing D ebt...................................... ............... ............................... ......................................... 539
Unamortized Discount 4 71,234
Federal Financing Bank........................................ ..... ..... ..... ....... ... .. .......................... .................... .... 15,000
Total Public Debt subject to lim it................................... ... ............. .. ....................... ...................................... 5,263,165
Other debt subject to limit:
Guaranteed Debt of Government agencies......................................................... ..... 26
Total Debt Subject to limit.................................................................................................... 5,263,191
Statutory Debt Limit ................................................................................................................... 5,500,000
Balance of Statutory Debt Limit................................... .. .. .. ......... 236,809


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2 TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28,1997


Issue Payable/ Interest Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description Date Callable Payable ______Ise I(tr)/ Osa
Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj. Outstanding


Interest-bearing Debt: a
Marketable:
Treasury Bills (Maturity Value): 6
CUSIP: Yield:
912794 2M5 4.98
5.38
4.98
4B7 5.30
4.83
4C5 5.19
4.76
4D3 5.30
4.92
2N3 5.17
5.17
5.08
4E1 5.07
5.02
4F8 5.11
5.04
4G6 5.12
5.03
2P8 5.30
5.15
5.06
4H4 5.08
5.00
4JO 5.07
5.02
4K7 5.07
4.98
2Q6 5.32
5.07
5.01
4L5 5.04
4M3 4.97
4N1 4.99
2R4 5.56
5.08
5D2 5.11
5F7 5.11
5EO 5.11
2S2 5.49
5.11
5G5 5.12
5H3 5.08
5J9 5.07
2TO 5.36
5.03
5K6 5.03
2U7 5.57
2V5 5.34
2W3 5.20
2X1 5.16
4Q4 5.31
4R2 5.34
Total Treasury Bills.............................

Treasury Notes: 7 d
CUSIP: Series: Interest Rate:
912827 E73 K 6-7/8
T36 AC 6-5/8
YT3 E 8-1/2
F23 L 6-7/8
T51 AD 6-1/2
UWO A 8-1/2
P71 W 6-1/2 .
F64 M 6-3/4
T93 AE 6-1/8
F80 N 6-3/8
U34 AF 5-5/8
ZB1 F 8-1/2
G30 P 5-1/2
U59 AG 5-7/8
VE9 B 8-5/8 "
Q70 X 6-1/2
G71 Q 5-5/8
U91 AH 6
G97 R 5-1/2
V33 AJ 5-3/4
ZK1 G 8-3/4


03/07/96
09/05/96
12/05/96
09/12/96
12/12/96
09/19/96
12/19/96
09/26/96
12/26/96
04/04/96
10/03/96
01/02/97
10/10/96
01/09/97
10/17/96
01/16/97
10/24/96
01/23/97
05/02/96
10/31/96
01/30/97
11/07/96
02/06/97
11/14/96
02/13/97
11/21/96
02/20/97
05/30/96
11/29/96
02/27/97
12/05/96
12/12/96
12/19/96
06/27/96
12/26/96
01/02/97
01/09/97
01/16/97
07/25/96
01/23/97
01/30/97
02/06/97
02/13/97
08/22/96
02/20/97
02/27/97
09/19/96
10/17/96
11/14/96
12/12/96
01/09/97
02/06/97





03/31/92
03/31/95
04/16/90
04/30/92
05/01/95
05/15/87
05/16/94
06/01/92
05/31/95
06/30/92
06/30/95
07/16/90
07/31/92
07/31/95
08/15/87
08/15/94
08/31/92
08/31/95
09/30/92
10/02/95
10/15/90


03/06/97


03/13/97

03/20/97

03/27/97

04/03/97


04/10/97

04/17/97

04/24/97

05/01/97


05/08/97

05/15/97

05/22/97

05/29/97


06/05/97
06/12/97
06/19/97
06/26/97

07/03/97
07/10/97
07/17/97
07/24/97

07/31/97
08/07/97
08/14/97
08/21/97

08/28/97
09/18/97
10/16/97
11/13/97
12/11/97
01/08/98
02/05/98





03/31/97
03/31/97
04/15/97
04/30/97
04/30/97
05/15/97
05/15/97
05/31/97
05/31/97
06/30/97
06/30/97
07/15/97
07/31/97
07/31/97
08/15/97
08/15/97
08/31/97
08/31/97
09/30/97
09/30/97
10/15/97


03/06/97


03/13/97

03/20/97

03/27/97

04/03/97


04/10/97

04/17/97

04/24/97

05/01/97


05/08/97

05/15/97

05/22/97

05/29/97


06/05/97
06/12/97
06/19/97
06/26/97

07/03/97
07/10/97
07/17/97
07/24/97

07/31/97
08/07/97
08/14/97
08/21/97

08/28/97
09/18/97
10/16/97
11/13/97
12/11/97
01/08/98
02/05/98





03/31-09/30
03/31-09/30
04/15-10/15
04/30-10/31
04/30-10/31
05/15-11/15
05/15-11/15
05/31-11/30
05/31-11/30
06/30-12/31
06/30-12/31
01/15-07/15
01/31-07/31
01/31-07/31
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
02/28-08/31
02/28-08/31
03/31-09/30
03/31-09/30
04/15-10/15


18,795
12,121
14,081
11,192
13,054
11,105
13,027
11,549
13,023
18,945
13,671
13,528
13,165
12,646
13,059
11,665
13,137
11,641
19,461
14,038
11,578
14,288
12,544
14,094
13,116
14,139
13,221
19,327
14,082
13,275
14,136
13,126
13,033
19,596
13,088
13,570
12,593
11,592
20,185
11,540
11,625
12,561
13,227
20,572
13,372
13,442
19,907
20,191
20,142
20,542
20,610
20.983


44,997


24,246

24,132

24,572

46,143


25,810

24,724

24,778

45,077


26,832

27,210

27,360

46,685


14,136
13,126
13,033
32,684

13,570
12,593
11,592
31,725

11,625
12,561
13,227
33,943

13,442
19,907
20,191
20,142
20,542
20,610
20.983


762,198 .................. 762,198


11,302
19,354
7,860
11,441
18,708
9,921
21,750
11,049
18,937
11,054
19,260
8,385
12,104
18,952
9,363
20,250
11,109
19,383
12,139
19,117
8,860


11,302
19.354
7.860
11,441
18,708
9,921
21,750
11,049
18,937
11,054
19,260
8,385
12,104
18,952
9,363
20,250
11,109
19,383
12,139
19,117
8,860


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.. .. .. ...



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TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28, 1997 Continued 3


Issue Payable/ Interest Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description Date Callable Payable
LoaD____sr___tion_ Datei_ __ Calal P Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj Outstanding

Marketable, Treasury Notes--Continued:
CUSIP: Series: Interest Rate:
912827 H47 S 5-3/4 11/02/92 10/31/97 04/30-10/31 11,383 .................. 11383
V58 AK 5-5/8 10/31/95 10/31/97 04/30-10/31 18,840 .................. 18,840
VN9 C 8-7/8 11/15/87 11/15/97 05/15-11/15 9,808 ................ 9,808
R79 Y 7-3/8 11/15/94 11/15/97 05/15-11/15 20,861 ................... 20,861
H88 T 6 11/30/92 11/30/97 05/31-11/30 11,526 ................. 11.526
V90 AL 5-3/8 11/30/95 11/30/97 05/31-11/30 18,688 .................. 18688
J29 U 6 12/31/92 12/31/97 06/30-12/31 12,163 ................... 12,163
W32 AM 5-1/4 01/02/96 12/31/97 06/30-12/31 19,164 ................... 19,164
ZT2 E 7-7/8 01/15/91 01/15/98 01/15-07/15 9.126 ................. 9,126
J45 J 5-5/8 02/01/93 01/31/98 01/31-07/31 12,339 ................. 12,339
W57 AB 5 01/31/96 01/31/98 01/31-07/31 19,087 ................... 19,087
VW9 A 8-1/8 02/15/88 02/15/98 02/15-08/15 9,159 ................... 9,159
S78 W 7-1/4 02/15/95 02/15/98 02/15-08/15 21,080 ................... 21,080
J94 K 5-1/8 03/01/93 02/28/98 02/28-08/31 30,870 ................... 30,870
K35 L 5-1/8 03/31/93 03/31/98 03/31-09/30 13,149 ................... 13,149
X31 AD 6-1/8 04/10/96 03/31/98 03/31-09/30 21,720 ................... 21.720
A44 F 7-7/8 04/15/91 04/15/98 04/15-10/15 8,788 8................. 8,788
K68 M 5-1/8 04/30/93 04/30/98 04/30-10/31 12,225 ................... 12,225
X56 AE 5-7/8 04/30/96 04/30/98 04/30-10/31 21,406 ................. 21,406
WE8 B 9 05/16/88 05/15/98 05/15-11/15 9,165 .................9,165
T77 X 6-1/8 05/15/95 05/15/98 05/15-11/15 21,226 ................... 21,226
L26 N 5-3/8 06/01/93 05/31/98 05/31-11/30 12,358 ................... 12,358
X98 AF 6 05/31/96 05/31/98 05/31-11/30 21,110 ................... 21,110
L42 P 5-1/8 06/30/93 06/30/98 06/30-12/31 12,596 .................. 12,596
Y30 AG 6-1/4 07/01/96 06/30/98 06/30-12/31 22.054 ................... 22,054
B50 G 8-1/4 07/15/91 07/15/98 01/15-07/15 9,694 ................... 9,694
L67 Q 5-1/4 08/02/93 07/31/98 01/31-07/31 11,689 ................... 11,689
Y63 AH 6-1/4 07/31/96 07/31/98 01/31-07/31 21,563 ................... 21,563
WN8 C 9-1/4 B 08/15/88 08/15/98 02/15-08/15 11,343 ................... 11,343
U75 Y 5-7/8 08/15/95 08/15/98 02/15-08/15 22,418 ................... 22,418
M25 R 4-3/4 08/31/93 08/31/98 02/28-08/31 13,019 ................... 13,019
Z21 AJ 6-1/8 09/03/96 08/31/98 02/28-08/31 21,949 ................... 21,949
M41 S 4-3/4 09/30/93 09/30/98 03/31-09/30 12,576 ................... 12,576
Z47 AK 6 09/30/96 09/30/98 03/31-09/30 21,486 ................... 21,486
C67 H 7-1/8 10/15/91 10/15/98 04/15-10/15 10,268 ................... 10268
M66 T 4-3/4 11/01/93 10/31/98 04/30-10/31 13,023 ................... 13,023
Z70 AL 5-7/8 10/31/96 10/31/98 04/30-10/31 21,221 ................... 21,221
WW8 D 8-7/8 11/15/88 11/15/98 05/15-11/15 9,903 ................9,903
V74 Z 5-1/2 11/24/95 11/15/98 05/15-11/15 20,598 ................... 20,598
N24 U 5-1/8 11/30/93 11/30/98 05/31-11/30 12,115 ................... 12,115
2B7 AM 5-5/8 12/02/96 11/30/98 05/31-11/30 20,532 ................... 20,532
N40 V 5-1/8 12/31/93 12/31/98 06/30-12/31 12,444 ................... 12,444
2D3 AN 5-3/4 12/31/96 12/31/98 06/30-12/31 20,615 .................. 20,615
D74 E 6-3/8 01/15/92 01/15/99 01/15-07/15 10,559 ................... 10,559
N65 J 5 01/31/94 01/31/99 01/31-07/31 12,901 ................... 12,901
2F8 AB 5-7/8 01/31/97 01/31/99 01/31-07/31 19,468 ................... 19,468
XE7 A 8-7/8 B 02/15/89 02/15/99 02/15-08/15 9,720 ................... 9,720
W73 W 5 02/15/96 02/15/99 02/15-08/15 21.997 ................... 21,997
P22 K 5-1/2 02/28/94 02/28/99 02/28-08/31 11,914 ................... 11,914
2K7 AC 5-7/8 02/28/97 02/28/99 02/28-08/31 19,915 ................... 19,915
P48 L 5-7/8 03/31/94 03/31/99 03/31-09/30 12,780 .................12,780
E81 F 7 04/15/92 04/15/99 04/15-10/15 10,178 ................... 10,178
P63 M 6-1/2 05/02/94 04/30/99 04/30-10/31 12,292 ................ 12,292
XN7 B 9-1/8 8 05/15/89 05/15/99 05/15-11/15 10,047 ................... 10,047
X72 X 6-3/8 05/15/96 05/15/99 05/15-11/15 23,360 .................. 23.360
021 N 6-3/4 05/31/94 05/31/99 05/31-11/30 12.339 ............ 12.339
047 P 6-3/4 06/30/94 06/30/99 06/30-12/31 13,101 .................. 13.101
F98 G 6-3/8 07/15/92 07/15/99 01/15-07/15 10,006 ................... 10006
Q62 Q 6-7/8 08/01/94 07/31/99 01/31-07/31 12,411 ................... 12,411
XW7 C 8 8 08/15/89 08/15/99 02/15-08/15 10,164 .................. 10.164
Y89 Y 6 08/15/96 08/15/99 02/15-08/15 22,708 ................... 22,708
R20 R 6-7/8 08/31/94 08/31/99 02/28-08/31 12,397 ................... 12,397
R46 S 7-1/8 09/30/94 09/30/99 03/31-09/30 12,836 ................... 12,836
H21 H 6 10/15/92 10/15/99 04/15-10/15 10.337 ................... 10,337
R61 T 7-1/2 10/31/94 10/31/99 04/30-10/31 12,152 ................... 12,152
YE6 D 7-7/8 11/15/89 11/15/99 05/15-11/15 10.774 ................... 10,774
Z96 Z 5-7/8 11/15/96 11/15/99 05/15-11/15 22,870 ................... 22870
S29 U 7-3/4 11/30/94 11/30/99 05/31-11/30 11.934 ................... 11,934
S45 V 7-3/4 01/03/95 12/31/99 06/30-12/31 12,523 ................... 12,523
J37 E 6-3/8 01/15/93 01/15/00 01/15-07/15 10,104 ................... 10,104
S60 G 7-3/4 01/31/95 01/31/00 01/31-07/31 12,229 ................. 12,229
YN6 A 8-1/2 8 02/15/90 02/15/00 02/15-08/15 10,673 .................. 10,673
2H4 U 5-7/8 02/18/97 02/15/00 02/15-08/15 20,421 ................... 20.421
T28 H 7-1/8 02/28/95 02/29/00 02/28-08/31 12,496 .................. 12496
T44 J 6-7/8 03/31/95 03/31/00 03/31-09/30 13,188 ................... 13,188
K43 F 5-1/2 04/15/93 04/15/00 04/15-10/15 10,535 .................. 10,535
T69 K 6-3/4 05/01/95 04/30/00 04/30-10/31 12,433 ................... 12,433
YW6 B 8-7/8 e 05/15/90 05/15/00 05/15-11/15 10,496 ................... 10496
U26 L 6-1/4 05/31/95 05/31/00 05/31-11/30 12,752 ................... 12,752





4 TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28,1997 Continued


Issue Payable/ Interest Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description Date Callable Payable
Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj. Outstanding


Marketable, Treasury Notes-Continued:
CUSIP: Series: Interest Rate:
912827 U42 M 5-7/8
U67 N 6-1/8
ZE5 C 8-3/4
V25 P 6-1/4
V41 Q 6-1/8
V66 R 5-3/4
ZN5 D 8-1/2
W24 S 5-5/8
W40 T 5-1/2
W65 E 5-1/4
ZX3 A 7-3/4
X23 F 5-5/8
X49 G 6-3/8
X64 H 6-1/4
A85 B 8 '
Y22 J 6-1/2
Y48 K 6-5/8
Y71 L 6-5/8
B92 C 7-7/8 8
Z39 M 6-1/2
Z54 N 6-3/8
Z88 P 6-1/4
D25 D 7-1/2 8
2C5 Q 5-7/8
2E1 R 6-1/8
2G6 C 6-1/4
2L5 D 6-1/4
F49 A 7-1/2 8
G55 B 6-3/8 8
J78 A 6-1/4 8
L83 B 5-3/4 8
N81 A 5-7/8 8
P89 B 7-1/4 8
Q88 C 7-1/4 a
R87 D 7-7/8 8
S86 A 7-1/2 8
T85 B 6-1/2 8
U83 C 6-1/2 8
V82 D 5-7/8 8
W81 A 5-5/8 "
X80 B 6-7/8 8
Y55 C 7
Z62 D 6-1/2 8
2JO B 6-1/4 8
Total Treasury Notes.................... .........


Treasury Bonds:
CUSIP:
912810 BG2
BU1

CT3
CUO
CW6
CX4
BX5

CZ9
BZO

DA3
DC9
DD7
CCO

DE5
CE6

DGO
CG1

DH8
DK1
CK2

DM7
CM8


Interest Rate:
3-1/2 10
8-1/4

11-3/4
13-1/8
13-3/8
15-3/4
7-5/8

14-1/4
7-7/8

11-5/8
10-3/4
10-3/4
8-3/8

11-1/8
8-3/4

11-7/8
9-1/8

12-3/8
13-3/4
10-3/8

11-5/8 8
11-3/4


06/30/95
07/31/95
08/15/90
08/31/95
10/02/95
10/31/95
11/15/90
11/30/95
01/02/96
01/31/96
02/15/91
02/29/96
04/10/96
04/30/96
05/15/91
05/31/96
07/01/96
07/31/96
08/15/91
09/03/96
09/30/96
10/31/96
11/15/91
12/02/96
12/31/96
01/31/97
02/28/97
05/15/92
08/17/92
02/16/93
08/16/93
02/15/94
05/16/94
08/15/94
11/15/94
02/15/95
05/15/95
08/15/95
11/24/95
02/15/96
05/15/96
07/15/96
10/15/96
02/18/97


10/03/60
05/15/75

01/12/81
04/02/81
07/02/81
10/07/81
02/15/77

01/06/82
11/15/77

09/29/82
01/04/83
04/04/83
08/15/78

07/05/83
11/15/78

10/05/83
05/15/79

04/05/84
07/10/84
11/15/79

10/30/84
02/15/80


06/30/00
07/31/00
08/15/00
08/31/00
09/30/00
10/31/00
11/15/00
11/30/00
12/31/00
01/31/01
02/15/01
02/28/01
03/31/01
04/30/01
05/15/01
05/31/01
06/30/01
07/31/01
08/15/01
08/31/01
09/30/01
10/31/01
11/15/01
11/30/01
12/31/01
01/31/02
02/28/02
05/15/02
08/15/02
02/15/03
08/15/03
02/15/04
05/15/04
08/15/04
11/15/04
02/15/05
05/15/05
08/15/05
11/15/05
02/15/06
05/15/06
07/15/06
10/15/06
02/15/07





11/15/98
05/15/05
05/15/00 9
02/15/01
05/15/01
08/15/01
11/15/01
02/15/07
02/15/02 9
02/15/02
11/15/07
11/15/02
11/15/02
02/15/03
05/15/03
08/15/08
08/15/03 9
08/15/03
11/15/08
11/15/03 9
11/15/03
05/15/09
05/15/04 9
05/15/04
08/15/04
11/15/09
11/15/04 9
11/15/04
02/15/10
02/15/05 9


06/30-12/31
01/31-07/31
02/15-08/15
02/28-08/31
03/31-09/30
04/30-10/31
05/15-11/15
05/31-11/30
06/30-12/31
01/31-07/31
02/15-08/15
02/28-08/31
03/31-09/30
04/30-10/31
05/15-11/15
05/31-11/30
06/30-12/31
01/31-07/31
02/15-08/15
02/28-08/31
03/31-09/30
04/30-10/31
05/15-11/15
05/31-11/30
06/30-12/31
01/31-07/31
02/28-08/31
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
01/15-07/15
04/15-10/15
02/15-08/15





05/15-11/15
05/15-11/15

02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15

02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15

05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15

02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15

05/15-11/15
05/15-11/15

05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15

05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15


12,464
12,339
11,081
11,922
12,011
12,080
11,520
12,357
12,821
12,816
11,313
12,820
14,181
13,780
12,398
13,722
14,282
14,137
12,339
14,000
14,519
14,640
24,226
14,031
13,971
13,453
13,798
11,714
23,859
23,563
28,011
12,955
14,440
13,346
14,374
13,835
14,740
15,003
15,210
15,514
16,015
22,740
22,460
13,104


.............
.............
...................
-- .............
...................
I ..... ............
...................



...................
..................
........... .......
..........
...........


...................
.................
..........

.................

..............

.................
...............
... ...............
................



..............
.......... I .... --
..........
..........

...................
...............
...................
..........


2,127,559 ................... 2,127,559


4,463
4,246

1,501
1,750
1,753
1,753
4,249

1,759
1,495

2,753
3,007
3,249
2,103

3,501
5,230

7,260
4,606

3,755
4,000
4,201

8,302
2,647


(4,235)
(22)






(15)


(153)


228
4,224

1,501
1,750
1,753
1,753
4,234

1,759
1,495

2 753
3,007
3,249
2,103

3,501
5,230

7,260
4,606

3,755
4,000
4,201

8,302
2,494


12,464
12,339
11,081
11,922
12,011
12,080
11,520
12,357
12,821
12,816
11,313
12,820
14,181
13,780
12,398
13,722
14,282
14,137
12,339
14,000
14,519
14,640
24,226
14,031
13,971
13,453
13,798
11,714
23,859
23,563
28,011
12,955
14,440
13,346
14,374
13,835
14,740
15,003
15,210
15,514
16,015
22,740
22,460
13,104


...................
............ ......





TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28,1997 Continued 5


Issue Payable/ Interest Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description Date Callable Payable
Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj. Outstanding


Marketable, Treasury Bonds-Continued:
CUSIP: Interest Rate:
912810 CP1 10


DQ8
DR6
CS5

DU9
CV8

CY2

DB1

DF2

DJ4

DL9

DN5

DPO
DS4
DT2
DV7
DW5
DX3
DY1
DZ8
EA2
EBO
EC8
ED6
EE4
EF1
EG9
EH7
EJ3
EKO
EL8
EM6
EN4
EP9
E07
ES3
ET1
EV6
EW4
EX2
EYO
EZ7
Total Treasury Bonds.


12
10-3/4
12-3/4

9-3/8
13-7/8

14

10-3/8

12

13-1/4

12-1/2

11-3/4

11-1/4
10-5/8
9-7/8
9-1/4
7-1/4
7-1/2
8-3/4
8-7/8
9-1/8 8
9 8
8-7/8
8-1/8
8-1/2
8-3/4
8-3/4
7-7/8
8-1/8
8-1/8 8
8 8
7-1/4
7-5/8 8
7-1/8 8
6-1/4 8
7-1/2 8
7-5/8
6-7/8
6 8
6-3/4
6-1/2
6-5/8


Treasury Inflation-Indexed Notes:
CUSIP: Series: Interest Rate:
912827 2M3 A 3-3/8 "
Total Treasury Inflation-Indexed Notes...
Federal Financing Bank............................


05/15/80

04/02/85
07/02/85
11/17/80

01/15/86
05/15/81

11/16/81

11/15/82

08/15/83

05/15/84

08/15/84

11/15/84

02/15/85
08/15/85
11/15/85
02/15/86
05/15/86
11/15/86
05/15/87
08/15/87
05/16/88
11/22/88
02/15/89
08/15/89
02/15/90
05/15/90
08/15/90
02/15/91
05/15/91
08/15/91
11/15/91
08/17/92
11/16/92
02/16/93
08/16/93
08/15/94
02/15/95
08/15/95
02/15/96
08/15/96
11/15/96
02/18/97




02/06/97


Various


05/15/10
05/15/05
05/15/05
08/15/05
11/15/10
11/15/05
02/15/06
05/15/11
05/15/06
11/15/11
11/15/06
11/15/12
11/15/07
08/15/13
08/15/08 9
05/15/14
05/15/09 9
08/15/14
08/15/09 9
11/15/14
11/15/09 9
02/15/15
08/15/15
11/15/15
02/15/16
05/15/16
11/15/16
05/15/17
08/15/17
05/15/18
11/15/18
02/15/19
08/15/19
02/15/20
05/15/20
08/15/20
02/15/21
05/15/21
08/15/21
11/15/21
08/15/22
11/15/22
02/15/23
08/15/23
11/15/24
02/15/25
08/15/25
02/15/26
08/15/26
11/15/26
02/15/27




01/15/07


Various


05/15-11/15

05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15

02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15

05/15-11/15

05/15-11/15

02/15-08/15

05/15-11/15

02/15-08/15

05/15-11/15

02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
05/15-11/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
02/15-08/15
05/15-11/15
02/15-08/15




01/15-07/15


Various


2.987

4,261
9,270
4,736

4,756
4,609

4,901

11,032

14,755

5,007

5,128

6,006

12,668
7,150
6,900
7,267
18,824
18,864
18,194
14,017
8,709
9,033
19,251
20,214
10,229
10,159
21,419
11,113
11,959
12,163
32,798
10,353
10,700
18,374
22,909
11,470
11,725
12,602
12,905
10,894
11,493
10,456


2,987

4,261
9,270
4,736

4,756
4,609

4,901

11,032

14,755

5,007

5,128

6,006

12,668
7,150
6,900
7,267
18,824
18,864
18,194
14,017
8,709
9,033
19,251
20,214
10,229
10,159
21,419
11,113
11,959
12,163
32,798
10,353
10,700
18.374
22,909
11.470
11,725
12,602
12.905
10,894
11,493
10,456


569,842 (4.425) 565.417



7,353 8 7,361
7,353 8 7,361
15,000 ................... 15,000

3,481,952 (4,417) 3,477,535


Total Marketable............................... ................


...................


...............









..........
..........
I ..........





TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28, 1997 Continued


Issue Payable/ Interest Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description Date Callable Payable
Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj. Outstanding


Nonmarketable:
Domestic Series:
Zero-coupon Treasury bond ..............
Zero-coupon Treasury bond ...............
Zero-coupon Treasury bond (A)..........
Zero-coupon Treasury bond (B)..........
Zero-coupon Treasury bond ...............
Zero-coupon Treasury bond ...............
Zero-coupon Treasury bond ...............
Zero-coupon Treasury bond ..............
Total Domestic Series.............................

Foreign Series:
Bills 3/6/97........... ......... .......
Bills 3/20/97.......... ........ ..........
Bills 4/3/97....................... .........
Bills 4/17/97.............................. ........
B ills 5/1/97....... ....... ..... ... ......
Bills 5/15/97......... ......... .. ........
Bills 6/5/97................... ..........
Bills 6/19/97.................... ................
Bills 7/3/97..... ................. ..........
Bills 7/17/97.................. ................
Bills 8/7/97..................... ...........
Bills 8/21/97..................... ..........
Bills 9/4/97......... .......................
Bills 9/18/97......................................
Bills 10/2/97.................... .................
Bills 10/16/97........................ ............
Zero-coupon Treasury bond......... "
Zero-coupon Treasury bond.........
Zero-coupon Treasury bond......... 1
Zero-coupon Treasury bond........."
Total Foreign Series.............................

R.E.A. Series:
5% Treasury Certificates of
Indebtedness.... ....... ............ ...
Total R.E.A. Series...................................

State and Local Government Series:
Treasury Time Deposit Certificates
of Indebtedness (Various rates)........
Treasury Special Zero's Certificates
of Indebtedness.................................
Treasury Time Deposit Notes
(Various rates)..................................
Treasury Special Zero's Notes..........
Treasury Time Deposit Bonds
(Various rates)...........................
Treasury Demand Deposit............ 1
Total State and Local Government Series

United States Savings Securities:
United States Savings Bonds: 2 d
Series E..................... ........ 13
Series EE.............................. 13
Series E and EE Unclassified 13
Series H............................
Series HH...................................
Series H and HH Unclassified.......
Total United States Savings Bonds.....
United States Savings Notes........12 d
United States Individual Retirement
Bonds......................... .............. 14 d
United States Retirement Plan


10/27/89
07/16/90
10/05/90
10/05/90
01/14/91
01/29/90
04/16/90
01/14/91




10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
Various
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
10/31/96
03/30/88
03/28/90
12/18/90
04/07/93





Various





Various

Various

Various
Various

Various
Various




Various
Various
Various
Various
Various
Various

Various
Various


10/15/19
07/15/20
10/15/20
10/15/20
01/15/21
01/15/30
04/15/30
04/15/30




03/06/97
03/20/97
04/03/97
04/17/97
05/01/97
05/15/97
06/05/97
06/19/97
07/03/97
07/17/97
08/07/97
08/21/97
09/04/97
09/18/97
10/02/97
10/16/97
03/30/08
12/31/19
03/31/20
03/31/23


On demand
On demand
On demand
On demand
On demand
On demand

On demand


Various I On demand


Bonds.................................... 15 Various On demand
Total United States Savings Securities.... ................ ...........


10/15/19
07/15/20
10/15/20
10/15/20
01/15/21
01/15/30
04/15/30
04/15/30




03/06/97
03/20/97
04/03/97
04/17/97
05/01/97
05/15/97
06/05/97
06/19/97
07/03/97
07/17/97
08/07/97
08/21/97
09/04/97
09/18/97
10/02/97
10/16/97
03/30/08
12/31/19
03/31/20
03/31/23





Semiannually





At maturity


Various


Various
Daily





At redemption
At redemption
At redemption
Semiannually
Semiannually
Semiannually

At redemption

At redemption

At redemption
..... -


4,522
5,026
3
5,000
4,941
5,002
3,501
2,000


4,522
5,026
3
5,000
4,941
5,002
3,501
2,000


29,995 ................... 29,995


150 ................... 150
150 ................... 150
75 .................. 75
75 ................... 75
75 .................. 75
75 .................. 75
75 ................... 75
75 ................... 75
75 ................... 75
175 ................... 175
75 ................... 75
75 ................... 75
75 ................... 75
75 .................. 75
75 ................. 75
75 .................. 75
2,556 (1,498) 1,058
30,220 (9,808) 20,412
7,258 (96) 7,162
6,685 ................... 6,685
48,169 (11,402) 36,767



45 (44) 1
45 (44) 1



14,241 (10,401) 3,840

9,499 (9,345) 155

126,218 (51,716) 74,502
300 (232) 68

28,560 (4,080) 24,480
74 (71) 3
178,893 (75,845) 103,048



200,895 (146,044) 54,852
177,003 (60,838) 116,166
522 (1,422) (901)
7,136 (5,671) 1,465
14,469 (3,849) 10,619
28 (*) 28
400,053 (217,824) 182,229
1,521 (1,184) 337

78 (62) 15

357 (294) 163
402,009 (219,365) 182,644


............ ......
-- .... ..........
...................

.............
...................
................ -





TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28, 1997 Continued


Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description
Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj. Outstanding

Nonmarketable-Continued:
Government Account Series:
Abandoned Mines Reclamation Fund, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation
and Enforcem ent............................................ .............. ......... ...... ... 1.492 (5) 1 487
Airport and Airways Trust Fund................. ........................ 10,343 (4.534) 5,809
Albanian Claims Fund, Treasury Department...................................... ......... 2 .................. 2
Aquatic Resources Trust Fund................................................ ............. .. ... 1,035 (160) 875
Armed Forces Retirement Home Trust Fund....... ................. 125 ................. 125
Assessment Funds, Office of Comptroller of the Currency........................... ..... 264 ................... 264
Asset Forfeiture Fund, Justice ......................................... 383 .................. 383
Aviation Insurance Revolving Fund .. ................ ........ ........... ............. 65 .................. 65

Bank Insurance Fund, The.......................... ............ ... ...... ............ .......... ....... 22,793 ................ 22,793
Bequest and Gifts, Disaster Relief, Funds Appropriated to the President................ 1 ................... 1
Bequest of George C. Edgeter, Relief of Indigent American Indians,
Bureau of Indian Affairs.......................... .. .............................. ........... .
Bequest of Major General Fred C. Ainsworth, Library, Walter Reed
General Hospital....................................... ....................
Bosnia Federation Defense Fund Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates,
Kuwait, Et AI, Department of State.................................................. .............. 58 58

Capitol Preservation Fund, U.S. Capitol Preservation Commission ..................... 25 .25
Christopher Columbus Scholarship Fund, Christopher Columbus
Fellowship Foundation....... ...................................................................... 8 .................. 8
Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund, Office of Personnel Management..... 470,211 (96,550) 373,661
Claims Court Judges Retirement Fund................. ............ ... ........... .... 5 ................. 5
Coast Guard General Gift Fund................ .......... ....................................... 2 ................... 2
Cochiti Wet Field Solution, Special Purpose Fund, Interior, Bureau of
Indian A affairs ...... ......... .......................... ............................................ 5 ................... 5
Commissary Funds, Federal Prisons...................... ............................... .... .... 47 ................... 47
Community Development Credit Union Revolving Fund, National Credit
U union A dm inistration.......................................................... 1 ................... 1
Conditional Gift Fund, Department of State. ............ ............................... 3 ...................
Construction of Facilities, National Aeronautics and Space Administration............. 2 ................. 2
Contributions, American Battle Monuments Commission .............................. 6 .............. 6
Cooperative Fund (Papago), Bureau of Indian Affairs................. ............48 (18) 29

Defense Cooperation Account, Defense................... .. ....... .... .......... 1 ...... ... 1
Department of Defense, Education Benefits Fund.................................. 498 (14) 485
Department of Defense, Military Retirement Fund........................ ............ 142,995 (12,157) 130,838
Department of the Air Force General Gift Fund................................ ........1 (*) 1
Department of the Army General Gift Fund....................... .... ...... 1 () 1
Department of the Navy General Gift Fund.................................... ....................... 1 ................. 1
Deposits of Proceeds of Lands Withdrawn for Native Selection, Bureau of
Indian Affairs. .... ..... ............................. ..................... .. ................ 10....... ..... 10
Deposits, Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, Beaufort Sea, Minerals
M management Service............ ........... .... ....... .......... ....... ....... 1,542 ....... ......... 1,542

Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship Program Trust Fund.................... ........... 13 (5) 8
Employees Health Benefits Fund, Office of Personnel Management....................... 7,579 (106) 7,474
Employees Life Insurance Fund, Office of Personnel Management........................ 17,551 (22) 17.528
Endeavor Teacher Fellowship Trust Fund........................... ................
Escrow Account, National Labor Relations Board................................ 11 ................... 11
Esther C attell Schm itt G ift Fund.................................... ..............................................
Exchange Stabilization Fund, Office of the Secretary, Treasury.............................. 15,385 ................. 15,385
Export-Import Bank of the United States ................................. .. .............. 526 (25) 501

Farm Credit Insurance Fund Capital Corporation Investment Fund, Farm
Credit Adm inistration ............................ ........ ..... ...... ................ ......... ..... 1,143 .........1,143
Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration, United States Fish and Wildlife Service............ 452 ........... .. 452
Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund................................................ ........ 78,573 (23,649) 54,923
Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund......................... .................................. 151,187 (28,811) 122,375
FHA Flexible Subsidy Fund, Housing Programs, Housing and Urban Developmer 167 ................... 167
FHA General and Special Risk Insurance Fund, Liquidating Account,
Housing and Urban Development............ .. ................................. 7 (2) 5
FHA Homeowner Assistance Fund, Housing Program, Housing and
Urban Developm ent................ ........ ................................ .. ..... ................. 18 ................... 18
FHA Liquidating Account, Housing and Urban Development............................. 10,524 ............. 10,524
Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund................... ......... ........ 557,433 (35,161) 522,273
Federal Ship Financing Escrow Fund, Marine Administration......................... 333 (20) 313
Federal Ship Financing Fund, Fishing Vessels, Liquidating Account,
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration......................... ........... 8 ......... 8
Federal Ship Financing Fund, Revolving Fund, Maritime Administration................. 36 ............ 36
Federal Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Fund.............................. 71,217 (41,943) 29,274
Financing Funds, Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement, Federal
R railroad Adm inistration.............................. ......... ....................... ............. 2 2
Fisheries Promotional Fund, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration............ 1 ................... 1
Fishermen's Contingency Fund, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administratio 1 ................... 1





8 TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28, 1997 Continued


Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description
Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj. Outstanding

Nonmarketable, Government Account Series-Continued:
Foreign Fishing Observer Fund, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administratior 1 ................. 1
Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund.............. __ ....... ....... 9,072 (320) 8,752
FSLIC Resolution Fund, The..................................... ...... ...................... .. ..... 1,481 ................... 1,481
Funds Contributed for the Advancement of the Indian Race, Bureau of
Indian Affairs ............................................................................. 1

General Post Fund, National Homes, Department of Veterans Affairs.................... 42 .................. 42
German Democratic Republic Settlement Fund.................. ... ..................... 101 .................. 101
Gifts and Bequests, Office of the Secretary, Department of Transportation............. ........
Gifts & Bequests, Treasury.................. ..... ... .... .............. 3 ................... 3
Gifts, Central Intelligence Agency...................................... .. ......... ..... ............
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities Fund, Government National
Mortgage Association, Liquidating Account, Housing and Urban Development.... 5,283 (251) 5,033

Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund........................................... ............ ... 1,311 (342) 969
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund, Harry S. Truman
Scholarship Foundation................................. 57 (1) 55
Hazardous Substance Superfund............................. 6,837 (674) 6,163
Highway Trust Fund...................... __ ... ... ............. ...... ........... 38,593 (16,718) 21,874

Indian Tribal Funds, Bureau of Indian Affairs.................. ........................... 372 (32) 340
Individual Indian Money, Bureau of Indian Affairs ..................... ........... 90 (41) 49
Inland W aterways Trust Fund............................................ ........... 364 (71) 293
Israeli Arab Scholarship Program, United States Information Agency..................... 5 .................. 5

James Madison Memorial Fellowship Trust Fund....................... ............ 38 ................... 38
Japan-United States Friendship Trust Fund, Japan-United States
Friendship Commission.......................... .................................... 17 (1) 16
John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Training and Development..................... 9 (*) 9
Judicial Officers Retirement Fund...................... ........................... .................... 89 .................. 89
Judicial Survivors Annuities Fund............................ .. 278 (4) 273

Kennedy Center Revenue Bond Sinking Fund...................... ....... .......... ..3 3

Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund............................... ....... .... 1,115 (33) 1,082
Library of Congress Trust Fund....................... ... ......... 18...... 18
Low-Level Radioactive Waste, Department of Energy...................................... 3 ................... 3

Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental
Policy Trust Fund............................ .....................22 ................... 22

National Archives Trust Fund, National Archives and Records Administration........ 15 ................... 15
National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, National Credit Union
Administration.......... ....................... .......... .................... ... ... 3,453 ................... 3,453
National Gift Fund, National Archives and Records Administration.................... ... 2 ................... 2
National Institutes of Health Conditional Gift Fund.................. ............... .... 1 .................. 1
National Institutes of Health Unconditional Gift Fund............ .... ................... 12 ................... 12
National Security Education Trust Fund......................................... 59 .................. 59
National Service Life Insurance Fund, Department of Veterans Affairs.................. 12,729 (600) 12,129
National Service Trust, Corporation for National and Community Service............... 257 (8) 249
Native American Institution Endowment Fund............................ ............ ...... 9 ....... 9
Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration Fund, U.S. Fish
and W wildlife Service.............................. ... .... ................................ 57 .... ........... 57
Nuclear Waste Disposal Fund, Department of Energy............................ .... ..... 6,077 (299) 5,778

Office of Naval Records and History Fund.......................... ........* ...............
Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund.......................... ................. ... 1,202 (65) 1,137
Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise Fund, Library of Congress.................................* ......
Operating, National Credit Union Administration................................. .. ....... 4 ................. 4
Operation and Maintenance, Indian Irrigation Systems, Bureau of Indian Affairs..... 8 ................... 8
Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Insurance and Equity Non Credit
Account.................................................. ..... .... 2,504 (125) 2,379
Overseas Private Investment Corporation.................................... ... 35 .................. 35

Panama Canal Commission Compensation Fund.................................... ..... 80 (10) 70
Panama Canal Commission Dissolution Fund.................. ...... ...... ........... 2 ................ 2
Patient's Benefit Fund, National Institutes of Health............................. ..........
Payments by Alleged Violators of Department of Energy Regulations,
Departm ent of Energy............................. ............ ............. ... ...... .........361 ................... 361
Payments to Copyright Owners, Copyright Office, Library of Congress................... 555 (*) 555
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ........................................ 10,514 (3,786) 6,728
Postal Service Fund............................................................ ...... ......1,213 ................... 1,213
Power Systems, Indian Irrigation Projects, Bureau of Indian Affairs........................ 17 (*) 17
Preservation, Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, National Park Service.................. ............
Prison Industries Fund, Department of Justice......................... ... ...... ....... 49 ................... 49
Public Enterprise Revolving Fund, Office of Thrift Supervision, Treasury................ 160 ................... 160





TABLE III DETAIL OF PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING, FEBRUARY 28, 1997 Continued


Amount in Millions of Dollars
Loan Description
Issued (Retired) / Inflation Adj. Outstanding


Nonmarketable, Government Account Series-Continued:
Public Health Service Conditional Gift Fund, Health Resources and Services
Adm inistration................................. ....... .. ..................................................
Public Health Service Unconditional Gift Fund, Health Resources and Services
Adm inistration................. ............................................................

Radiation Exposure Compensation Trust Fund.............................................
Railroad Retirement Account................................. ............................. .. ..
Railroad Retirement Supplemental Account............................................................
Relief and Rehabilitation, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation
Act, as amended, Department of Labor................. ...........................
Relief and Rehabilitation, Workmen's Compensation Act, Within the District of
Columbia, Department of Labor...................................................... ............
Reregistration and Expedited Processing Fund, Environmental Protection Agency.
Reserve Mobilization Income Insurance Fund, Defense........................................
Retired Employees Health Benefits Fund, Office of Personnel Management..........
Revolving Fund for Administrative Expenses, Farm Credit Administration..............

Saving Association Insurance Fund, The..................... .............................
Science, Space and Technology Education Trust Fund, National Aeronautics
and Space Administration........ ............. .... .... ............. ...........
Seized Assets Fund, Justice...................... ........ ......... .... .........
Servicemen's Group Life Insurance Fund....................... ....... ........
Smithsonian Endowment Fund, Smithsonian Institution.................................
Social Security Equivalent Benefit Account, Railroad Retirement Board................
Special Investment Account.............................. ..............................................
Suspense, United States Customs Service............................ .................

Tax Court Judges Survivors Annuity Fund.................. ......... ................
Thrift Savings Fund, Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board......................
Treasury Deposit Funds........................................... .......
Treasury Forfeiture Fund........................................................ ...... ..............
Tribal Economic Recovery Fund, Bureau of Indian Affairs............................
Trust Funds, United States Information Agency................... .... ...............................
Trust Fund, The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Scholarship
F u n d ........... ...... .................................................. ......................... ......... ......

Unem ploym ent Trust Fund................................ ........ ................................. ........
United States Government Life Insurance Fund, Department of Veterans Affairs...
United States Naval Academy General Gift Fund................ .......................
United States Naval Academy Museum Fund.................................... ........
United States Trustee System Fund, Justice....................................... ........
Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund..................
Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Account...................................
U.S. Court of Veterans Appeals................................................. ...... .............

Vaccine Injury Compensation, Health Resources and Services Administration .......
Veterans Reopened Insurance Fund.............. ................ ..... .........
Veterans Special Life Insurance Fund, Trust Revolving Fund............................
Voluntary Separation Incentive Fund, Defense........................... .......

War-Risk Insurance Revolving Fund, Maritime Administration...........................
Total Government Account Series..................................... ........... ...........
Total Nonmarketable....................................... ................................
Total Interest-bearing Debt.....................................................................


3



12
15,706
46

36

3
16
2
1
12

9,001

16
1,016
4
1
2,625
976
176

6
24,148
78
79
60
1

60

69,574
104
5
2
106
916
61
3

1,158
556
1,677
934


(181)
(9)





(*)


(156)



(*)

(5)




(1)

(16,705)
(8)








(43)
(25)
(71)


3



12
15,525
38

36

3
16
2
1
12

9,001

16
1,016
4
1
2,470
976
176

6
24,148
73
79
60
1

59

52,870
96
5
2
106
916
61
3

1,114
531
1,606
934


1,797,925 (283,771) 1,514,154
2,457,036 (590,428) 1,866,608


5,938,989


(594,845)


5,344,143


Noninterest-bearing Debt:
Not Subject to the Statutory Debt Limit:
U united States N otes................................. ................................................................................. ................
National and Federal Reserve Bank Notes assumed by the United States on deposit of lawful money for their retirement ......... 7
Silver C certificates (Act of June 24, 1967).......................................... ..... ...... ........... ............. ................ ............
O the r................................... ........ ....... ...................... ................................................. ........
Total Not Subject to the Statutory Debt Limit.......................... ............................. .............

Subject to the Statutory Debt Limit:
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company Tax and Loss Bonds.......................... ............ ................................... e
U united States Savings Stam ps.................................. ..................... .... ........................ ....................................................
Matured Treasury Bonds, at various interest rates................................. ..............
Matured Treasury Notes, at various interest rates.................... ..... .......................................................
Matured United States Savings Bonds..................................................................... ...................
O th e r............................ .... ... .............. ..................... ......... ......... ....... ........ .. ....... .......... ...... ... ..... .......
Total Subject to the Statutory Debt Lim it..................... ........................................... .................. ......... .... ......
Total Noninterest-bearing Debt.............................................................................................................................................


Total Public Debt Outstanding......................................... .................................................. 5,349,937


274
66
188
11
539


992
45
81
82
4,048
7
5,255
5,794





10 TABLE IV STATEMENT OF GUARANTEED DEBT OF U.S. AGENCIES, FEBRUARY 28, 1997

(Compiled from latest reports received by Treasury]


Title and Authorizing Act Issue Date Payable 19 Interest Payable Rate of Interest Amount in Millions


Unmatured debt:
Federal Housing Administration:
(Act of June 27, 1934, as amended)
General Insurance Fund:
Debentures, Series MM....................... Various Various 01/01 07/01 Various 23
Special Risk Insurance Fund:
Debentures, Series PP........................... Various Various 01/01 07/01 6-7/8 2
Total U nm atured debt............................................... .................................................................... 25

Matured debt (Funds for payment on deposit with
the United States Treasury):
Federal Housing Administration:
P rincipal..... ............. .................................. ... ..................................................... 1
Inte re st................ .. ................. .... ..................... ...... ... ........................... ...
Total M atured debt................... .... .................... ........................................... ................... 1
Total ................... ............................ ......... .................... .............. .............................. 226


TABLE V GIFTS TO REDUCE THE PUBLIC DEBT


Fiscal Year 1997 20 Fiscal Year 1996 Total



JANUARY Fiscal Year to Date

$1,985,175.10

$67,888.30 $298,975.83


Note: A Fiscal Year covers the period from October 1 through September 30 of the following year.





TABLE VI HOLDINGS OF TREASURY SECURITIES IN STRIPPED FORM, FEBRUARY 28,1997 11


Corpus Principal Amount Outstanding in Thousands
Loan Description STRIP Maturity Date __ ____T_ Reconstituted
CUSIP Total Portion Held in Portion Held in This Month"
Outstanding Unstripped Form Stripped Form


Treasury Notes:
CUSIP: Series: Interest Rate:
912827 UWO A 8-1/2 912820 AJ6 05/15/97 9,921,237 7,360,037 2,561,200 79,200
VE9 B 8-5/8 AK3 08/15/97 9,362,836 6,375,636 2,987,200 123,200
VN9 C 8-7/8 AL1 11/15/97 9,808,329 5,920,329 3,888,000 177,600
VW9 A 8-1/8 AM9 02/15/98 9,159,068 6,626,908 2,532,160 54,720
WE8 B 9 AN7 05/15/98 9,165,387 6,528,587 2,636,800 58,600
WN8 C 9-1/4 AP2 08/15/98 11,342,646 8,070,646 3,272,000 5,600
WW8 D 8-7/8 AQO 11/15/98 9,902,875 6,341,275 3,561,600 0
XE7 A 8-7/8 AR8 02/15/99 9,719,623 7,940,423 1,779,200 35,200
XN7 B 9-1/8 AS6 05/15/99 10,047,103 6,866,303 3,180,800 14,400
XW7 C 8 AT4 08/15/99 10,163,644 7,172,269 2,991,375 27,500
YE6 D 7-7/8 AU1 11/15/99 10,773,960 7,228,360 3,545,600 0
YN6 A 8-1/2 AV9 02/15/00 10,673,033 8,163,833 2,509,200 106,000
YW6 B 8-7/8 AW7 05/15/00 10,496,230 5,713,830 4,782,400 0
ZE5 C 8-3/4 AX5 08/15/00 11,080,646 7,080,486 4,000,160 43,680
ZN5 D 8-1/2 AY3 11/15/00 11,519,682 7,275,682 4,244,000 9,600
ZX3 A 7-3/4 AZO 02/15/01 11,312,802 7,988,002 3,324,800 0
A85 B 8 BA4 05/15/01 12,398,083 8,697,308 3,700,775 95,800
B92 C 7-7/8 BB2 08/15/01 12,339,185 8,756,785 3,582,400 153,600
D25 D 7-1/2 BCO 11/15/01 24,226,102 20,748,742 3,477,360 44,400
F49 A 7-1/2 BD8 05/15/02 11,714,397 9,995,197 1,719,200 17,920
G55 B 6-3/8 BE6 08/15/02 23,859,015 22,641,415 1,217,600 230,400
J78 A 6-1/4 BF3 02/15/03 23,562,691 23,200,835 361,856 27,200
L83 B 5-3/4 BG1 08/15/03 28,011,028 27,753,428 257,600 42,400
N81 A 5-7/8 BH9 02/15/04 12,955,077 12,951,877 3,200 25,600
P89 B 7-1/4 BJ5 05/15/04 14,440,372 14,434,772 5,600 0
Q88 C 7-1/4 BK2 08/15/04 13,346,467 13,302,467 44,000 0
R87 D 7-7/8 BLO 11/15/04 14,373,760 14,373,760 0 0
S86 A 7-1/2 BM8 02/15/05 13,834,754 13,834,754 0 0
T85 B 6-1/2 BN6 05/15/05 14,739,504 14,739,504 0 0
U83 C 6-1/2 BP1 08/15/05 15,002,580 15,002,580 0 0
V82 D 5-7/8 BQ9 11/15/05 15,209,920 15,209,920 0 0
W81 A 5-5/8 BR7 02/15/06 15,513,587 15,513,587 0 0
X80 B 6-7/8 BS5 05/15/06 16,015,475 16,015,475 0 0
Y55 C 7 BT3 07/15/06 22,740,446 22,740,446 0 0
Z62 D 6-1/2 BUO 10/15/06 22,459,675 22,459,675 0 0
2JO B 6-1/4 BW6 02/15/07 13,103,668 13,103,668 0 0
Treasury Bonds:
CUSIP: Interest Rate:
912810 DM7 11-5/8 912803 AB9 11/15/04 8,301,806 4,041,006 4,260,800 144,000
DQ8 12 AD5 05/15/05 4,260,758 1,785,708 2,475,050 143,500
DR6 10-3/4 AG8 08/15/05 9,269,713 7,629,713 1,640,000 405,600
DU9 9-3/8 AJ2 02/15/06 4,755,916 4,729,164 26,752 0
DN5 8 11-3/4 912800 AA7 11/15/14 6,005,584 1,935,184 4,070,400 52,800
DPO 11-1/4 912803 AA1 02/15/15 12,667,799 10,485,879 2,181,920 210,240
DS4 10-5/8 AC7 08/15/15 7,149,916 5,244,636 1,905,280 354,560
DT2 9-7/8 AE3 11/15/15 6,899,859 4,867,859 2,032,000 188,800
DV7 9-1/4 AFO 02/15/16 7,266,854 6,838,054 428,800 140,800
DW5 7-1/4 AH6 05/15/16 18,823,551 18,577,951 245,600 132,800
DX3 7-1/2 AK9 11/15/16 18,864,448 18,096,928 767,520 75,040
DY1 8-3/4 AL7 05/15/17 18,194,169 11,585,529 6,608,640 498,880
DZ8 8-7/8 AM5 08/15/17 14,016,858 8,280,858 5,736,000 113,600
EA2 9-1/8 AN3 05/15/18 8,708,639 3,548,639 5,160,000 217,600
EBO 9 AP8 11/15/18 9,032,870 3,199,270 5,833,600 130,000
EC8 8-7/8 AQ6 02/15/19 19,250,798 5,529,198 13,721,600 148,800
ED6 8-1/8 AR4 08/15/19 20,213,832 18,109,832 2,104,000 292,160
EE4 8-1/2 AS2 02/15/20 10,228,868 6,180,868 4,048,000 152,000
EF1 8-3/4 ATO 05/15/20 10,158,883 3,124,323 7,034,560 100,480
EG9 8-3/4 AU7 08/15/20 21,418,606 6,093,646 15,324,960 1,128,320
EH7 7-7/8 AV5 02/15/21 11,113,373 9,937,373 1,176,000 368,000
EJ3 8-1/8 AW3 05/15/21 11,958,888 5,620,328 6,338,560 309,440
EKO 8-1/8 AX1 08/15/21 12,163,482 5,098,842 7,064,640 175,680
EL8 8 AY9 11/15/21 32,798,394 6,445,769 26,352,625 423,575
EM6 7-1/4 AZ6 08/15/22 10,352,790 8,335,190 2,017,600 24,000
EN4 7-5/8 BAO 11/15/22 10,699,626 2,816,426 7,883,200 184,000
EP9 7-1/8 BB8 02/15/23 18,374,361 14,193,561 4,180,800 616,000
EQ7 6-1/4 BC6 08/15/23 22,909,044 20,373,972 2,535,072 351,840
ES3 7-1/2 BD4 11/15/24 11,469,662 3,544,782 7,924,880 80,000
ET1 7-5/8 BE2 02/15/25 11,725,170 5,373,170 6,352,000 432,000
EV6 6-7/8 BF9 08/15/25 12,602,007 12,220,567 381,440 107,200
EW4 6 BG7 02/15/26 12,904,916 12,761,316 143,600 0
EX2 6-3/4 BH5 08/15/26 10,893,818 10,829,018 64,800 8,000
EYO 6-1/2 BJ1 11/15/26 11,493,177 11,480,377 12,800 0
EZ7 6-5/8 BK8 02/15/27 10,456,051 10,456,051 0 0
Treasury Inflation-Indexed Notes:
CUSIP: Interest Rate:
912827 2M3 3-3/8 912820 BV8 01/15/07 7,360,912 7,360,912 0 0


Total...................................... ........................................... 959,060,285 734,860,700 224,199,585 5 9,082,335
Note: On the 4th workday of each month Table VI will be available after 3:00 p.m. eastern time on the Commerce Department's Economic Bulletin Board (EBB). The telephone number for more
information about EBB is (202) 482-1966. The balances in this table are subject to audit and subsequent adjustments.








MONTHLY STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, FEBRUARY 28, 1997 FOOTNOTES


$500 thousand or less
Computed on true discount basis
These markertale securities nave been issued to the Civil Service Retirement Fund and are not currently traded in the market
The average interest rates for Tolal Marketable and Total Interest-bearing Debt do not include the Treasury Inflation-indexed securities
Represents the unamorlized discount on Treasury Bills and zero-coupon Treasury Bonds
SPursuant to 31 U S C 3101 By Act of March 29. 1996 Public Law 104-121. the Statutory Debt Limil was permanently increased to $5.500.000 million
SBills are sold Db competitie bidding on a bank discount yield basis The average sale price of these securities gives an approximate yield on a bank discount basis
1360 days a year as indicated The yield on a true discount basis 1365 days a year is shown in the summary on Page 1
For price and yield ranges of unmatured securities issued at a premium or discount see Table 3. Public Debt Operations of the quarterly Treasury Bulletin.
See Table VI. Holdings 01 Treasury Securities in Stripped Form for information on securities eligible for stripping and reconstitution
Redeemable at option of United States on and after dates indicated, unless otherwise shown, but only on interest dates on 4 months' notice
SRedeemable at par and accrued interest to date of payment at option of representative ol deceased owner s estate, provided entire proceeds of redemption are
applied to payment of Federal estate taxes on such estate
Redeemable on demand
SAmounts issued. retired, and outstanding for Series E and EE Savings Bonds and Savings Notes are stated at cost plus accrued discount Amounts issued, retired,
and outstanding for Series H and HH Bonds are staled at lace -alue
Redeemable aher 6 months from issue date at option of owner
SThe bonds are issued at par and semiannual interest is added to principal Redeemable without interest during the first twelve months after issue date Thereafter,
bonds presented for payment prior to age 59-1.'2 years carry a penalty except in case ol death or disability or upon roll-over to other authorized investments.
SRedeemable at any time effective with the 1984 Tax Reform Act The redemption proceeds should be reported as income unless reinvested into an individual
retirement plan or an employee plan Qualified under Section 401 of the Internal Revenue Code
SExcludes $25 million United States Notes issued prior to July 1 1929 determined pursuant to Act of June 30 1961. 31 U S C 5119 to have been destroyed or irretnevably
Excludes $29 million National Bank Notes issued prior to July 1. 1929. and $2 million Federal Reserve Bank Notes issued prior to July 1. 1929. determined pursuant
to Act ot June 30 1961. 31 U S C 5119 to have been destroyed or irretrievably lost
Excludes $200 million Sikler Cerificates issued after June 30 1929 determined pursuant to Act of June 24. 1967, to have been destroyed or irretrievably lost
All unmatured debentures issued by the Federal Housing Administration are redeemable at the option of the Federal Housing Administrallon on any interest day or
days on 3 months notice
"' The data reported represents a one or two month lag behind the date of the Monthly Statement of the Public Debt
SEffective May 1 1987. securities held in stripped form were eligible for reconstitution to their unstnpped form







GENERAL
The outstanding balances in this statement are based upon daily cash activity reports from Federal Reserve Banks and Bureau Offices and are subject to audit and
subsequent adjustments





AUTHORIZING ACTS
All interest-bearing debt was authorized by the Second Liberty Bond Act. as amended. or by Chapter 31 of Title 31. U SC
Issued pursuant to Sec 8321ei Internal Revenue Code of 1954



TAX STATUS-
The difference between the price paid lor a Treasury Bill and the amount received at redemption upon maturity is treated as ordinary income. If the bill is sold before
maturity, pan of the difference between the holder s basis icosil and the gain realized may be treated as capital gain and part may be treated as ordinary
income Under Section 1281 of the Internal Revenue Code some holder of Treasury Bills are required to include currently in income a portion of the
discount accruing in the taxable year
a Income derived from these securities is subject to all taxes now or hereafter imposed under the Internal Revenue Code of 1954
These securities are exempt trom all taxation now or hereafter imposed on the principal by any state or any possession of the United States or of any local taxing authority.























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