Overview of the U.S. government's financial position with a summary of assets, liabilities, and net position.
The Financial Report of the U.S. Government: Balance Sheets dataset provides an overview of the government's assets, liabilities, and net position to present a more comprehensive report of the government's financial position. The most significant assets that are reported on the balance sheets are loans receivable; property, plant, and equipment; inventories and related property; and cash or other monetary assets. The most significant liabilities reported on the balance sheets are federal debt securities held by the public and accrued interest, and federal employee and veteran benefits payable. The net position is the residual difference between assets and liabilities and is the cumulative results of operations since inception.