The Treasury Orders and Directives System contains the Department's primary management documents. These documents establish policy and assign responsibilities to Secretarial Officers.
The Treasury Orders and Directives contained on this website do not show the signatures of the Secretarial Officers.
The Treasury Orders and Directives contained on this website show Administrative Edits, to reflect (misspelled words, reorganizing or technical changes, (updates of legal citations, new editions of forms, links to selected web sites, etc.).
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Treasury Orders are documents signed by the Secretary or Deputy Secretary that:
delegate authority residing in the Secretary or Deputy Secretary to senior Treasury officials;
define the organization of the Department and the reporting relationships among the most senior officials; and
establish Treasury policy
Treasury Directives are documents signed by the appropriate senior Treasury officials that:
- may further delegate authority from the most senior officials to other Treasury officials; and
- provide processes for implementing legal obligations and Departmental policy objectives
For more information, please contact TreasuryOrdersandDirectives@treasury.gov.