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Monthly Report to Congress
August 2020

September 10, 2020
Troubled Asset Relief Program
U.S. Department of the Treasury

Table of Contents
Section
Program Updates
Capital Purchase Program
Community Development Capital Initiative
Making Home Affordable
Hardest Hit Fund
Lifetime Costs
CPP & CDCI Institutions
MHA Application Activity by Servicer
Transactions Reports
Investment Programs
Making Home Affordable Program
Agreements under TARP
Administrative Obligations and Expenditures
Insurance Contracts
Projected Costs and Liabilities
Programmatic Operating Expenses
Description of Vehicles Established
1

Page Number
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

9
15
16
17
18
19

Legislative Requirement 1
EESA §105(a)(1)

Additional Information
Dodd-Frank §1483(b)
EESA §105(a)(3)(C,D,G)

EESA §105(a)(3)(A)
EESA §105(a)(2)
EESA §105(a)(3)(B)
EESA §105(a)(3)(E)
EESA §105(a)(3)(F)
EESA §105(a)(3)(H)

EESA (Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008); Dodd-Frank (Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer
Protection Act).

Capital Purchase Program (CPP)
CPP Snapshot
Total Institutions Funded
Full Repayments
SBLF Repayments
CDCI Conversions
Sold Investments
Auctioned Investments
In Bankruptcy/Receivership
Merged Institutions
Total Remaining Institutions
Partial Repayments
Partial Sales
Currently in Common
August 2020 Activity
Institution

707
265
137
28
47
190
34
4
2
0
1
1

Date

Total CPP Proceeds1

$226.8 billion

$196.62

$200
$150
$100
$50

$3.04

$19.05

$8.07

$Repayments

Auctions

Additional Information

Total
Dividends,
Interest &
Other Income

Warrant
Income

Amount

Repurchases & Sales
None

$0

Warrant Repurchases & Sales
None

$0

Monthly Dividends
None
Remaining CPP Institutions

1
2

$0

Institution

Location

OneUnited Bank
Harbor Bankshares Corporation2

Boston, MA
Baltimore, MD

Amount Outstanding
(millions)
$12.06
$5.31

1

Repayments: Actual collections as of August 31, 2020, including (i) $2.21 billion in CPP investments refinanced under the Small Business Lending
Fund (SBLF), a program created by Congress outside of TARP, under which certain CPP institutions were allowed to repay TARP funds by
borrowing under that program, and (ii) $0.36 billion in exchanges of CPP investments into the Community Development Capital Initiative (CDCI),
as permitted under the terms of that program. Auctions: Includes net proceeds from all auctions of CPP preferred and note securities where cash
has settled with OFS as of August 31, 2020. Warrant Income: Net Proceeds. Includes proceeds from exercised warrants.

2

On July 13, 2018, Treasury exchanged its preferred stock in Harbor Bankshares Corporation (“Harbor”) and all accrued, unpaid dividends on that
stock for 5,491,843 shares of common stock and payment of $2,272,617 pursuant to the terms of the exchange agreement between Treasury and
Harbor entered into on that day. On January 16, 2019, Treasury sold part of its CPP common stock (1,204,819 shares) to Harbor.

1

Community Development Capital Initiative (CDCI)
CDCI Snapshot
Total Institutions Funded
Full Repayments
1
Early Repurchase
In Bankruptcy/Receivership
Merged Institutions
Total Remaining Institutions
Partial Repayments
Partial Early Repurchase

84
54
26
1
1
2
2
1

August 2020 Activity
Institution

Date

Repurchases
Carver Bancorp, Inc.

8/6/2020

Additional Information

Amount
$2,500,000
$2,500,000

Monthly Dividends

$23,828

Remaining CDCI Institutions
Institution

Location

Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union
D.C. Federal Credit Union

Berkeley, CA
Washington, DC

Amount Outstanding
(millions)
$0.56
$0.50

1

Institution completed its repurchase either fully or in part through the use of the early repurchase program

2

On October 28, 2011, Treasury completed the exchange of all Carver Bancorp, Inc. (Carver) preferred stock held by Treasury for 2,321,286 shares of Carver common stock, pursuant to the
terms of the agreement between Treasury and Carver entered into on June 29, 2011. Accrued and previously unpaid dividends were paid on the date of the exchange.

2

Making Home Affordable (MHA)
Program Update1
The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016, signed into law on December 18, 2015, provided that the MHA Program
would terminate on December 31, 2016, except with respect to certain loan modification applications made before
such date. As set forth in program guidelines, MHA servicers were required to design policies and procedures to
reasonably ensure that all MHA transactions were completed by December 1, 2017. Treasury has de-obligated
from MHA over time, lowering Treasury’s obligation to $23.47 billion.
As of March 31, 2020, $22.49 billion2 of MHA funds have been committed for existing MHA transactions. Of this
amount, $1.42 billion is committed for the payment of future financial incentives.
As of August 31, 2020, $21.28 billion of MHA funds have been disbursed.
In total, more than 2.9 million homeowner assistance actions have taken place under MHA programs. These include
permanent first and second line mortgage modifications, completed short sales and deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure,
and unemployment forbearance plans.
HAMP Activity through December 20173
All Trials Started
Tier 1
Trial
Tier 2
Modifications
Streamline HAMP
Active Trials
All Permanent Modifications Started
Tier 1
Permanent
Tier 2
Modifications
Streamline HAMP
Active Permanent Modifications
Median Monthly Savings

2,539,773
2,240,146
239,009
60,618
N/A
1,738,171
1,473,849
219,786
44,536
811,662
(466)

$

Other MHA Program Activity through December 2017
Program-to-Date
FHA and RD-HAMP Permanent Modifications Started
2MP Modifications Started
HAFA Transactions Completed
UP Forbearance Plans Started4
1

151,514
167,081
476,766
46,485

Reported Since
Prior Period
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

For more information about Treasury’s housing programs, please visit: http://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/financial-stability/TARPPrograms/housing/Pages/default.aspx.

2

Effective November 1, 2018 the amount of committed funds will be calculated and updated on a semi-annual basis.

3

Data through December 2017 represents cumulative MHA activity (i.e., from program inception through December 1, 2017, the date by which
MHA transactions must be completed). MHA servicers may submit corrections to previously reported data, after which Treasury will update
the figures reported herein to reflect any such corrections.

4

The Unemployment Program Survey was collected monthly through December 2016.

3

Hardest Hit Fund (HHF)
Program Updates in August
None
Funds Drawn Down in August
State
None

Amount (millions)
Total Drawn to Date

$

9,502

Funds Drawn as of August 31, 2020
State (% Cap Disbursed)

$0.00
Alabama (67.7%)
Arizona (100%)

$1,250,000,000.00
$110,000,000

$2,500,000,000.00
Drawndown

California (100%)
Washington D.C. (83.3%)

$2,360,253,221
$23,954,860

Florida (100%)
Georgia (100%)

$1,136,616,680
$370,574,260

Illinois (100%)
Indiana (100%)
Kentucky (89%)

$715,615,095
$283,994,336
$184,500,000

Michigan (100%)
Mississippi (88%)

$761,622,301
$127,138,832

North Carolina (100%)
New Jersey (100%)
Nevada (100%)

$706,938,882
$415,512,054
$196,247,650

Ohio (100%)
Oregon (100%)
Rhode Island (100%)
South Carolina (99.9%)

Remaining

$296,146,720

$762,791,540
$314,752,280
$116,019,791
$317,461,821

4

Lifetime Costs
Program Update
When Congress created TARP, it authorized up to $700 billion for the programs. That authority was later reduced to $475 billion. To date, a total of $443 billion has
been disbursed under TARP. As of August 31, 2020, cumulative collections under TARP, together with Treasury’s additional proceeds from the sale of non-TARP
shares of AIG,¹ total $442.7 billion, exceeding disbursements by $0.2 billion.² Treasury estimates that the combined overall cost of TARP will be approximately
$31.9 billion. These estimates do not include Treasury’s additional proceeds from its non-TARP AIG shares. For a monthly snapshot of the amount of funds
obligated, the amount disbursed, repayments, income received and any losses by program, please visit the Monthly TARP Update at:
http://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/financial-stability/reports/Pages/daily-tarp-reports.aspx.³
Programs as of August 31, 2020 (dollar amounts in billions)

Obligation/
Commitment

Disbursed as of
August 31

Outstanding
Investment
Balance as of
August 31

Estimated Lifetime Cost as of
November 30 4

Bank Support Programs:
Capital Purchase Program (CPP)5
Targeted Investment Program (TIP)
Asset Guarantee Program (AGP)6
Community Development Capital Initiative (CDCI)
Sub-total Bank Support Programs

$
$
$
$
$

204.89
40.00
5.00
0.57
250.46

$
$
$
$
$

204.89
40.00
0.57
245.46

$
$
$
$
$

0.02
0.00
0.02

$
$
$
$
$

(16.32)
(4.00)
(4.00)
0.06
(24.25)

Credit Market Programs:
Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP)
Term Asset Backed Securities Lending Facility (TALF)
Purchase SBA 7(a) Securities (SBA)
Sub-total Credit Market Programs

$
$
$
$

18.63
0.10
0.37
19.09

$
$
$
$

18.63
0.10
0.37
19.09

$
$
$
$

-

$
$
$
$

(2.73)
(0.61)
(0.00)
(3.34)

Other Programs:
American International Group (AIG)
Automotive Industry Financing Program (AIFP)
Sub-total Other Programs

$
$

67.84
79.69

$
$

67.84
79.69

$
$

$
$

15.18
12.07

$

147.53

$

147.53

$

-

$

27.25

Sub-total for Investment Programs7

$

417.09

$

411.72

$

0.02

$

(0.35)

Making Home Affordable
Hardest Hit Fund8
FHA-Refinance9
Sub-total for Housing Programs

$
$
$

23.47
9.60
0.05

$
$
$

21.28
9.50
0.02

n/a
n/a
n/a

$
$
$

22.61
9.60
0.01

$

33.12

$

30.80

n/a

$

32.23

$

450.20

$

442.52

0.02

$

31.88

n/a

$

(17.55)

0.02

$

14.33

Total for TARP Programs

n/a

Additional AIG Common Shares Held by Treasury10
Total for TARP Programs and Additional AIG Shares

$

450.20

$

n/a
$

442.52

$

-

1

For more information, see note 10 to the Monthly TARP Update: http://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/financial-stability/reports/Pages/daily-tarp-reports.aspx

2

Treasury is continuing to disburse funds related to its housing programs, and continuing to recoup its outstanding investments.
Updates regarding oversight of TARP programs can be found at https://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/financial-stability/about-tarp/Pages/Oversight-and-Accountability.aspx

3
4

5

6

7

8

9

Estimated lifetime cost figures for investment programs and FHA-Refinance are as of November 30, 2019. Figures include interest on reestimates. Lifetime cost information for Making Home Affordable
and Hardest Hit Fund reflect cost estimates published in the 2021 President's Budget.
The law creating the Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) provided that banks could refinance securities issued under the CPP and CDCI programs with securities issued under the SBLF. A total of
137 CPP banks refinanced under the SBLF resulting in repayments of $2.21 billion in CPP investments.
Estimated lifetime cost for AGP includes $276 million for the termination fee Bank of America paid Treasury-OFS for the value received from the announcement of the negotiations on the guarantee and
share losses on a pool of assets.
$411.72 is the actual amount disbursed under the various TARP investment programs as opposed to obligations totaling $412.08. This is because 28 CPP banks converted from the CPP program to the
CDCI program and those conversions, totaling $363.3 million, are not reflected as new disbursements.
In December, 2015, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016, which gave the Secretary of the Treasury the authority to commit up to $2 billion in additional TARP funds to current
HHF program participants. The additional $2 billion was obligated by Treasury as of June 2016 and is included in the total amount obligated for HHF. Beginning in January 2020, State HFAs began
closing down and completing their final repayments to Treasury in accordance with the terms and conditions of the HFA Participation Agreement. As of May 31, 2020, $91 million has been returned to
Treasury.
In September 2017 the letter of credit was reduced from $100 million to $27 million. The figures in this line also include $18 million obligated for administrative expenses associated with the letter of
credit.

10

As discussed in note 10 to the Monthly TARP Update, Treasury’s investment in AIG common shares consisted of shares acquired in exchange for preferred stock purchased with TARP funds (TARP
shares) and shares received from the trust created by the FRBNY for the benefit of Treasury as a result of its loan to AIG (non-TARP shares). Treasury managed the TARP shares and non-TARP
shares together, and disposed of them pro-rata in proportion to its holdings. Only the TARP shares are included under “Other Programs—AIG” and the lifetime cost estimate shows a loss based on
Treasury’s cost basis in the TARP shares alone. However, a gain is shown for the non-TARP shares on the line entitled “Additional AIG Common Shares Held by Treasury” because Treasury’s cost
basis in such shares was deemed to be zero. When the TARP shares and non-TARP shares are considered together, Treasury’s cost on a cash basis was $28.73 per share. TARP estimates include
financing costs (borrowing) from the time of initial investment through the close of the program.

5

Troubled Asset Relief Program
CPP & CDCI Institutions
As of August 31, 2020
A. Remaining CPP Portfolio Institutions
B. CPP Institutions Entered into Bankruptcy/Receivership - Realized Loss/Write-Off
C. Remaining CDCI Portfolio Institutions
D. CDCI Institutions Entered into Bankruptcy/Receivership - Realized Loss/Write-Off
A. Remaining CPP Portfolio Institutions
Public/P Amount
rivate
Outstanding
Private
$
12,063,000.00
Public
$
5,308,193.11
17,371,193.11
Total $
*Original Investment has been converted at a discount into common stock in the institution. Amount shown is original investment amount
Institution Name
OneUnited Bank
Harbor Bankshares Corporation*

Location
Boston, MA
Baltimore, MD

B. CPP Institutions Entered into Bankruptcy/Receivership - Realized Loss/Write-Off
Institution Name
CIT Group Inc.*
UCBH Holdings, Inc.
Pacific Coast National Bancorp*
Midwest Banc Holdings, Inc.*
Sonoma Valley Bancorp
Pierce County Bancorp
Tifton Banking Company*
Legacy Bancorp, Inc.
Superior Bancorp Inc.
FPB Bancorp Inc.
One Georgia Bank*
Integra Bank Corporation
Citizens Bancorp
CB Holding Corp.
Tennessee Commerce Bancorp, Inc.
Blue River Bancshares, Inc.
Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank*
Gregg Bancshares, Inc.
GulfSouth Private Bank*
Investors Financial Corporation of Pettis County, Inc.
First Place Financial Corporation*
Princeton National Bancorp
Premier Bank Holding Company*
Gold Canyon Bank*
Indiana Bank Corp.*
Rogers Bancshares, Inc.
Anchor Bancorp Wisconsin, Inc.*
TCB Holding Company
Syringa Bancorp
Idaho Bancorp*
Rising Sun Bancorp
Western Community Bancshares, Inc.
Cecil Bancorp, Inc.*
OneFinancial Corporation (One Bank & Trust, N.A.)**

Bankruptcy/ Receivership Date
11/1/2009
11/6/2009
11/13/2009
5/14/2010
8/20/2010
11/5/2010
11/12/2010
3/11/2011
4/15/2011
7/15/2011
7/15/2011
7/29/2011
9/23/2011
10/14/2011
1/27/2012
2/10/2012
4/20/2012
7/13/2012
10/19/2012
10/19/2012
10/29/2012
11/2/2012
8/14/2012
4/5/2013
4/9/2013
7/5/2013
8/12/2013
12/13/2013
1/31/2014
4/24/2014
10/17/2014
11/7/2014
6/30/2017
8/15/2018
Total

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Realized Loss/ Write-Off
Amount
2,330,000,000.00
298,737,000.00
4,120,000.00
84,784,000.00
8,653,000.00
6,800,000.00
3,800,000.00
5,498,000.00
69,000,000.00
5,800,000.00
5,500,000.00
83,586,000.00
10,400,000.00
4,114,000.00
30,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
1,300,000.00
825,000.00
7,500,000.00
4,000,000.00
72,927,000.00
25,083,000.00
9,500,000.00
1,607,000.00
1,312,000.00
25,000,000.00
104,000,000.00
11,730,000.00
8,000,000.00
6,900,000.00
5,983,000.00
7,290,000.00
11,560,000.00
17,300,000.00
3,277,609,000.00

*Institution has exited the bankruptcy/receivership process
**Institution has not entered bankruptcy/receivership but is not collectible

C. Remaining CDCI Portfolio Institutions
Institution Name
Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union
D.C. Federal Credit Union

Location
Berkeley, CA
Washington, DC

Amount Outstanding
$
559,000.00
$
500,000.00
Total $
1,059,000.00

D. CDCI Institutions Entered into Bankruptcy/Receivership - Realized Loss/Write-Off
Institution Name
Premier Bancorp, Inc.*
*Institution has exited the bankruptcy/receivership process

Realized Loss/ Write-Off
Amount
1/29/2013 $
6,704,100.00

Bankruptcy/ Receivership Date

6

MHA Application Activity by Servicer 1
As of December 2017
Servicer Name
Bank of America, NA
BankUnited
Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC
Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC
Citizens Bank, N.A.
6
CIT Bank, NA
CitiMortgage Inc
Ditech Financial LLC7
JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA
Nationstar Mortgage, LLC dba Mr Cooper
Navy Federal Credit Union
Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC
ORNL Federal Credit Union
PennyMac Loan Services, LLC
PNC Bank NA8
Select Portfolio Servicing, Inc.
Specialized Loan Servicing LLC
U.S. Bank National Association
Wells Fargo Bank, NA
Other Servicers9
TOTAL

# Requests

Processed 3

Activity in December 2017
# Requests
2
22
99
123

Approved 4

# Requests
-

Denied 5

# Requests
2
22
99
123

Received 2
1,524,748
9,959
92,548
105,590
39,479
388,421
614,753
131,064
1,853,776
633,038
16,222
1,679,549
824
24,545
53,888
304,067
130,912
161,867
1,619,166
212,677
9,597,093

Program-to-Date
# Requests
# Requests
Processed 3
1,505,172
9,959
92,371
105,590
39,479
388,329
613,454
131,064
1,847,897
633,038
16,222
1,653,002
824
24,545
53,846
295,044
130,892
161,862
1,611,573
212,504
9,526,667

Approved 4
588,284
4,970
20,911
27,443
7,041
103,632
194,845
50,828
455,099
134,794
2,509
507,500
66
6,706
29,336
139,397
22,932
49,525
455,124
111,096
2,912,038

# Requests
Denied 5

916,888
4,989
71,460
78,147
32,438
284,697
418,609
80,236
1,392,798
498,244
13,713
1,145,502
758
17,839
24,510
155,647
107,960
112,337
1,156,449
101,408
6,614,629

This report is sourced from the Monthly Servicer Survey of select servicers participating in MHA under a Servicer Participation Agreement. All data in this report reflects what is provided by servicers participating in the
survey and is not separately validated by Treasury. Servicers regularly perform evaluation and refinement of reporting, which can lead to updating of Program-to-Date results. Due to the MHA Program Modification Effective Date Cut-off of December 1, 2017, the December
2017 version of this report is the last issued and includes data collected from servicers through December 31, 2017. Requests received that were not processed as of December 2017 may be attributable to a variety of reasons, including failure to submit a complete mortgage
modification request. Borrowers whose requests were not processed may have been offered a Streamline HAMP Modification.
2
"Requests Received" is the total number of mortgage modification requests received, as reported by servicers. Cumulative Requests Received include all mortgage modification requests received since implementation of Supplemental Directive 10-02, effective June 1, 2010,
and any requests that were approved for a trial modification prior to implementation of such guidance. As noted in Footnote 1 above, some servicers may include all mortgage modification requests received, whereas they previously included only requests that met basic
HAMP eligibility criteria. As of January 2017, servicers were no longer required to provide monthly requests received volumes. Due to the December 30, 2016 HAMP application deadline, servicers will not report any requests received after that date and therefore, the monthly
Requests Received column has been removed from the report. Servicers continue to evaluate and decision requests which were submitted by the application deadline.
3
"Requests Processed" is the sum of Requests Approved and Requests Denied, defined below.
4
"Requests Approved" is the total number of complete mortgage modification requests approved for a trial modification under HAMP and trial offers sent to the borrowers, as reported by servicers. Note that all Requests Approved do not become Active Trials because some
borrowers do not accept the trial or fail to make the first trial payment.
5
"Requests Denied" is the total number of mortgage modification requests not approved for a trial modification under HAMP and the decision communicated to the borrower by the servicer in accordance with program guidance, as reported by servicers. Cumulative Requests
Denied include all mortgage modification requests denied and communicated to the borrower by the servicer since implementation of Supplemental Directive 10-02, effective June 1, 2010; servicers do not report Requests Denied prior to then as relevant data is incomplete.
Figures include HAMP mortgage modification requests denied due to insufficient documentation, failure to meet basic eligibility criteria, and/or other reasons.
6
Formerly OneWest Bank.
7
Formerly GreenTree Servicing LLC.
8
Includes both PNC Bank, NA and PNC Mortgage, formerly National City Bank.
9
Includes servicers that are no longer actively participating in the survey process or those whose Servicer Participation Agreement has been terminated. These servicers no longer submit a survey, and their results only
1

7

Transaction Reports
The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Financial Stability, which manages the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP),
maintains a website where the following Transaction Reports can be accessed. Transactions Reports are published to this website
within two business days of the completion of any new transaction.

TARP Investment Transaction Report
TARP Housing Transaction Reports show TARP investments in Making Home Affordable, the Hardest Hit Fund, and the FHA Short
Refinance Program and are updated to reflect transactions such as periodic adjustments to MHA program participation caps and
MHA incentive payments.

https://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/financial-stability/reports/Pages/TARP-Investment-Program-Transaction-Reports.aspx
TARP Housing Transaction Report
Transactions Investment Program Reports provide transaction-level detail for all TARP programs except housing programs.
Information found in these report includes: investment amount, capital repayments, warrant dispositions, and exchanges.

https://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/financial-stability/reports/Pages/TARP-Housing-Transaction-Reports.aspx

8

U.S. Treasury Department
Office of Financial Stability
Troubled Asset Relief Program
Agreements Under TARP [Section 105(a)(3)(A)]
For Period August 2020

Date Approved
10/10/2008
10/11/2008
10/14/2008
10/16/2008
10/17/2008
10/18/2008
10/29/2008
10/29/2008
10/31/2008
11/09/2008
11/17/2008
11/25/2008
12/03/2008
12/05/2008
12/10/2008
12/10/2008
12/15/2008
12/16/2008
12/22/2008
12/24/2008
01/06/2009
01/07/2009
01/27/2009
01/27/2009
01/30/2009
01/30/2009
02/02/2009
02/03/2009
02/09/2009
02/12/2009
02/18/2009
02/18/2009
02/20/2009
02/20/2009
02/20/2009
02/20/2009
02/26/2009
02/27/2009
03/06/2009
03/16/2009
03/30/2009
03/30/2009
03/30/2009
03/30/2009
03/30/2009
03/31/2009
04/03/2009
04/03/2009
04/17/2009
04/17/2009
04/21/2009

Type of Transaction
Contract
Contract
Financial Agent
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Financial Agent
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Financial Agent

Vendor
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Ennis Knupp & Associates Inc.
The Bank of New York Mellon
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Turner Consulting Group, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP
Lindholm & Associates, Inc.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Trade and Tax Bureau - Treasury
Washington Post
Thacher Proffitt & Wood LLP
Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP
Office of Thrift Supervision
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Thrift Supervision
Cushman And Wakefield Of VA Inc.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Colonial Parking Inc.
Whitaker Brothers Business Machines Inc
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP
Government Accountability Office
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Pat Taylor and Associates, Inc.
Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell LLP
Fannie Mae
Freddie Mac
Office of Thrift Supervision
FINANCIAL CLERK U.S. SENATE
Venable LLP
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
The Boston Consulting Group
EARNEST Partners
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP
Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP
Bingham McCutchen LLP
Haynes and Boone LLP
Mckee Nelson LLP
FI Consulting Inc.
American Furniture Rentals, Inc.
The Boston Consulting Group
Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP)
Herman Miller, Inc.
Alliance Bernstein L.P.

Purpose
Legal Advisory
Investment and Advisory Services
Custodian and Cash Management
Accounting/Internal Controls
Archiving Services
Accounting/Internal Controls
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Human Resources Services
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Facilities Support
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Compliance
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Homeownership Program
Homeownership Program
Administrative Support
Financial Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Financial Advisory
Small Business Assistance Program
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Accounting/Internal Controls
Administrative Support
Financial Advisory
Administrative Support
Facilities Support
Asset Management Services

Socio-Economic Category
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business, Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

9

04/21/2009
04/21/2009
04/30/2009
05/05/2009
05/13/2009
05/14/2009
05/15/2009
05/20/2009
05/22/2009
05/26/2009
05/26/2009
06/09/2009
06/29/2009
07/17/2009
07/30/2009
07/30/2009
07/30/2009
08/10/2009
08/10/2009
08/18/2009
08/25/2009
09/02/2009
09/10/2009
09/11/2009
09/18/2009
09/30/2009
09/30/2009
09/30/2009
09/30/2009
11/09/2009
12/16/2009
12/22/2009
12/22/2009
12/22/2009
12/22/2009
12/22/2009
12/22/2009
12/22/2009
01/14/2010
01/15/2010
02/16/2010
02/16/2010
02/18/2010
03/08/2010
03/12/2010
03/22/2010
03/26/2010
03/29/2010
04/02/2010
04/08/2010
04/12/2010
04/22/2010
04/22/2010
04/23/2010
05/04/2010
05/17/2010
06/24/2010
06/30/2010
07/21/2010
07/21/2010
07/22/2010
07/22/2010

Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Financial Agent
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Financial Agent
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract

FSI Group, LLC
Piedmont Investment Advisors, LLC
U.S. Department of State
Federal Reserve Board
Department of Treasury - US Mint
Knowledgebank Inc.
Phacil Inc.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Department of Justice - ATF
Anderson Mc Coy & Orta
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Financial Management Service
Department of the Interior
Korn/Ferry International
Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP
Fox, Swibel, Levin & Carroll, LLP
U.S. Department of Justice
NASA
The Mercer Group, Inc.
U.S. Department of Justice
Knowledge Mosaic Inc.
Equilar, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Immixtechnology, Inc.
Immixtechnology, Inc.
Nna Incorporated
SNL Financial LC
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Avondale Investments, LLC
Bell Rock Capital, LLC
Howe Barnes Hoefer & Arnett, Inc.
KBW Asset Management, Inc.
Lombardia Capital Partners, LLC
Paradigm Asset Management Co., LLC
Government Accountability Office
Association of Govt Accountants
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
The MITRE Corporation
Department of the Treasury - ARC
QualX Corporation
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Financial Management Service
Federal Maritime Commission
Morgan Stanley & Co. Incorporated
FINANCIAL CLERK U.S. SENATE
Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP
Hewitt EnnisKnupp, Inc.
Digital Management Inc.
MicroLink, LLC
RDA Corporation
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Lazard Fréres & Co. LLC
Reed Elsevier PLC (dba LexisNexis)
The George Washington University
Regis & Associates, PC
Navigant Consulting, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Ernst & Young LLP

Asset Management Services
Asset Management Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Contract FOIA Support Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Detailee(s)
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Accounting/Internal Controls
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Financial Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Asset Management Services
Asset Management Services
Asset Management Services
Asset Management Services
Asset Management Services
Asset Management Services
Compliance
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Disposition Agent Services
Financial Advisory
Legal Advisory
Investment and Advisory Services
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Transaction Structuring Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Compliance
Compliance
Compliance
Compliance

Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business, Small Business

Small Disadvantaged Business, Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business, HUBZone Small Business, Small Business

Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business, Small Business
Woman-Owned Small Business, Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business, Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business, Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business,Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

10

07/22/2010
07/27/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/06/2010
08/12/2010
08/30/2010
09/01/2010
09/17/2010
09/27/2010
09/30/2010
10/01/2010
10/01/2010
10/08/2010
10/08/2010
10/08/2010
10/08/2010
10/08/2010
10/08/2010
10/08/2010
10/08/2010
10/14/2010
10/26/2010
11/08/2010
11/18/2010
12/02/2010
12/29/2010
01/05/2011
01/18/2011
01/24/2011
01/26/2011
02/24/2011
02/28/2011
03/03/2011
03/10/2011
03/22/2011
04/20/2011
04/26/2011
04/27/2011
04/27/2011
04/27/2011
04/27/2011
04/27/2011
04/27/2011
04/28/2011
04/28/2011
04/28/2011
05/31/2011
05/31/2011
06/02/2011
06/09/2011
06/17/2011

Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Financial Agent
Contract
Contract
Contract
Financial Agent
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract

Schiff Hardin LLP
West Publishing Corporation
Alston & Bird LLP
Sullivan Cove Reign Enterprises Jv
Perkins Coie LLP
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP
Haynes and Boone LLP
Venable LLP
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, PA
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Love and Long, LLP
Fox, Swibel, Levin & Carroll, LLP
Knowledge Mosaic Inc.
Department of Housing and Urban Development
CQ-Roll Call Inc.
Bingham McCutchen LLP
Davis Audrey Robinette
CCH Incorporated
FINANCIAL CLERK U.S. SENATE
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Management Concepts, Inc.
Management Concepts, Inc.
Management Concepts, Inc.
Management Concepts, Inc.
Management Concepts, Inc.
Management Concepts, Inc.
Management Concepts, Inc.
Management Concepts, Inc.
Hispanic Assoc Of Coll & Univ
Government Accountability Office
The Mitre Corporation
Greenhill & Co., LLC
Addx Corporation
Reed Elsevier PLC (dba LexisNexis)
Canon U.S.A. Inc.
Perella Weinberg Partners & Co.
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Association of Govt Accountants
ESI International Inc.
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Equilar, Inc.
The Mercer Group, Inc.
Harrison Scott Publications, Inc.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Oculus Group LLC
FI Consulting Inc.
ASR Analytics LLC
Ernst & Young LLP
Lani Eko & Company, CPAs, LLC
MorganFranklin Consulting, LLC
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
Office of Personnel Management (OPM) - Western Management Development Center
KPMG LLP
West Publishing Corporation
Reed Elsevier PLC (dba LexisNexis)
ESI International Inc.
CQ-Roll Call Inc.
Winvale Group LLC

Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Financial Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Compliance
Information Technology
Structuring and Disposition Services
Acquisition Support Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Structuring and Disposition Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Financial Advisory
Administrative Support
Financial Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Subscription Services

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business

11

07/28/2011
09/09/2011
09/13/2011
09/15/2011
09/29/2011
09/29/2011
10/04/2011
10/20/2011
11/18/2011
11/29/2011
12/20/2011
12/30/2011
12/30/2011
01/04/2012
01/05/2012
02/02/2012
02/07/2012
02/14/2012
02/27/2012
03/06/2012
03/14/2012
03/30/2012
03/30/2012
05/02/2012
05/02/2012
05/10/2012
06/12/2012
06/15/2012
06/30/2012
07/26/2012
08/01/2012
08/03/2012
09/19/2012
09/28/2012
11/19/2012
12/13/2012
12/19/2012
01/01/2013
01/01/2013
02/13/2013
02/21/2013
03/04/2013
03/07/2013
03/26/2013
03/27/2013
05/01/2013
05/10/2013
06/13/2013
08/01/2013
08/20/2013
09/25/2013
09/26/2013
11/22/2013
11/22/2013
11/27/2013
12/12/2013
12/18/2013
03/05/2014
03/12/2014
03/24/2014
04/14/2014
06/13/2014

Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Financial Agent
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Financial Agent
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Contract
Financial Agent
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Financial Management Service
ADC LTD NM
All Business Machines, Inc.
Department of the Interior
Knowledge Mosaic Inc.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
All Business Machines, Inc.
QualX Corporation
Houlihan Lokey, Inc.
The Allison Group, LLC
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Government Accountability Office
Office of Personnel Management (OPM) - Western Management Development Center
Moody's Analytics, Inc.
Greenhill & Co., LLC
Association of Govt Accountants
Diversified Search LLC
Integrated Federal Solutions, Inc.
Department of the Interior
E-Launch Multimedia, Inc.
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices - WCF
Cartridge Technologies, Inc.
Cartridge Technologies, Inc.
Equilar, Inc.
U.S. Department of Justice
QualX Corporation
West Publishing Corporation
Knowledge Mosaic Inc.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Harrison Scott Publications, Inc.
Department of the Treasury - ARC
SNL Financial LC
Government Accountability Office
Association of Govt Accountants
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Lazard Fréres & Co. LLC
Lazard Fréres & Co. LLC
The Mercer Group, Inc.
Raymond James and Associates, Inc.
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices - WCF
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Bloomberg Finance L.P.
IRS - Treasury Acquisition Institute
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Equilar, Inc.
West Publishing Corporation
Evolution Management, Inc.
Knowledge Mosaic Inc.
Department of the Treasury - ARC
SNL Financial LC
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices - WCF
Association of Govt Accountants
U.S. Department of Justice
U.S. Department of Justice
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
The Mercer Group, Inc.
Bloomberg Finance L.P.
The Winvale Group, LLC

Administrative Support
Intern
Compliance
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Detailee
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Transaction Structuring Services
Professional/Management Training
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Compliance
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Structuring and Disposition Services
Administrative Support
Financial Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Facilities Support
Facilities Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Subscription Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Compliance
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Transaction Structuring Services
Transaction Structuring Services
Administrative Support
Asset Management Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Subscription
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Compliance
Administrative Support
Administrative Support

Small Disadvantaged Business,HUBZone Small Business,Small Business
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business,HUBZone Small Business,Small Business
Small Business
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business,HUBZone Small Business,Small Business
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Small Business,Small Disadvantaged Business,Woman-Owned Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business, Woman-Owned Small Business, Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business

Small Disadvantaged Business,Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business,Woman-Owned Small Business,Small Business
Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Small Business

12

10/01/2014
10/29/2014
11/06/2014
11/07/2014
11/17/2014
11/25/2014
01/26/2015
04/02/2015
09/17/2015
10/01/2015
10/01/2015
11/02/2015
11/23/2015
01/12/2016
01/14/2016
01/20/2016
03/18/2016
03/24/2016
04/22/2016
05/09/2016
05/20/2016
09/30/2016
10/04/2016
10/05/2016
10/06/2016
11/07/2016
11/07/2016
01/19/2017
01/19/2017
02/01/2017
02/08/2017
02/09/2017
02/16/2017
03/09/2017
04/25/2017
08/15/2017
08/29/2017
12/01/2017
12/01/2017
12/05/2017
12/05/2017
12/05/2017
12/07/2017
12/12/2017
01/04/2018
05/17/2018
05/17/2018
05/22/2018
07/13/2018
10/05/2018
10/05/2018
10/05/2018
10/05/2018
10/18/2018
11/07/2018
12/04/2018
05/20/2019
07/19/2019
07/26/2019
09/05/2019
10/11/2019
10/24/2019

Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Financial Agent
Financial Agent
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Contract
Contract
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement

Internal Revenue Service Office of Procurement
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Government Accountability Office
Department of the Interior
Integrated Federal Solutions, Inc.
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Government Accountability Office
Government Accountability Office
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP
Department of the Interior
Hewlett-Packard (HP)
Advanced Computer Concepts, Inc.
RDA Corporation
Department of the Interior
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
SNL Financial LC
Government Accountability Office
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Government Accountability Office
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
Haynes and Boone LLP
U.S. Department of Justice
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
Heritage Reporting Corp
ASR Analytics LLC
JTF Business Systems Corporation
Department of the Interior
Department of the Interior
The Bank of New York Mellon
FSI Group, LLC
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Government Accountability Office
Government Accountability Office
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
The Winvale Group, LLC
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
U.S. Department of Justice
Department of the Interior
Department of the Interior
Integrated Federal Solutions, Inc.
Government Accountability Office
Government Accountability Office
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Treasury - ARC
Department of Justice - ATF
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Interior
Perspecta Enterprise Solutions LLC
RDA Corporation
Department of the Interior
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Government Accountability Office

Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Compliance
Compliance
Legal Advisory
Legal Advisory
Accounting/Internal Controls
Administrative Support
Accounting/Internal Controls
Facilities Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Custodian and Cash Management
Asset Management Services
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Compliance
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Information Technology
Information Technology
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support

Other Than Small Business

Small Business,Small Disadvantaged Business
Other Than Small Business

Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business
Small Business,Small Disadvantaged Business,Woman-Owned Small Business
Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business
Small Business,Woman-Owned Small Business
Small Business
Small Business

Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business
Other Than Small Business

Small Business

Small Business,Small Disadvantaged Business

Other Than Small Business

Other than Small Business
Other than Small Business

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10/24/2019
10/24/2019
10/24/2019
10/31/2019

Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement
Interagency Agreement

Government Accountability Office
Department of the Treasury - Departmental Offices
Department of the Treasury - ARC
U.S. Department of Justice

Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Administrative Support
Legal Advisory

-Contract responsibilities for Thatcher Proffitt & Wood assumed by Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal via novation.
-Contract responsibilities for McKee Nelson LLP assumed by Bingham McCutchen, LLP via novation.
-Management Concepts contracts for various training are now being reported separately rather than combined single line item.
-Financial Agent responsibilities assumed by Raymond James and Associates, Inc. via novation.

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United States Department of the Treasury
Office of Financial Stability

Report of Administrative Obligations and Expenditures

For Period Ending
August 31, 2020

PERSONNEL SERVICES
NON-PERSONNEL
SERVICES

Budget
Object Class (BOC)
Budget Object Class Title
Obligations
1100, 1200 & 1300 PERSONNEL COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
$
178,210,621
PERSONNEL SERVICES Total: $
178,210,621
2100
TRAVEL & TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS
$
2,968,155
2200
TRANSPORTATION OF THINGS
11,960
2300
RENTS, COMMUNICATIONS, UTILITIES & MISC CHARGES
739,649
2400
PRINTING & REPRODUCTION
1,757
2500
OTHER SERVICES
354,705,275
2600
SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS
2,411,704
3100
3200
4200
4300

For Period Ending
September 30, 2020

Expenditures
$
178,210,621
$
178,210,621
$
2,968,155
11,960
739,649
1,757
344,448,390
2,411,704

Projected
Obligations
$
178,442,000
$
178,442,000
$
2,968,000
12,000
741,000
2,000
355,083,000
2,412,000

Projected
Expenditures
$
178,442,000
$
178,442,000
$
2,968,000
12,000
741,000
2,000
345,132,000
2,412,000

$

324,000
1,000
361,543,000

$

324,000
1,000
351,592,000

$

539,985,000

$

530,034,000

EQUIPMENT
LAND & STRUCTURES
INSURANCE CLAIMS & INDEMNITIES
INTEREST & DIVIDENDS
NON-PERSONNEL SERVICES Total: $

323,909
904
361,163,312

$

323,909
904
350,906,427

GRAND TOTAL: $

539,373,934

$

529,117,049

Note: The amounts presented above are cumulative from the initiation of the TARP.

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U.S. Treasury Department
Office of Financial Stability
Troubled Asset Relief Program
Insurance Contracts [Section 105(a)(3)(B)]
For Period Ending August 31, 2020

Name

Amount

Termination of the $5,000,000,000 Master Agreement
between Citigroup and the UST, and FDIC occurred on
December 23, 2009 due to the improvement of Citigroup's
financial condition and financial market stability.

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U.S. Treasury Department
Office of Financial Stability
Troubled Asset Relief Program
Projected Costs and Liabilities [Section 105(a)(3)(E)]
For Period Ending August 31, 2020

Type of Expense/Liability

Amount

None
Note: Treasury interprets this reporting requirement as
applicable to costs and liabilities related to insurance contracts
entered into under the provisions of section 102 of the EESA;
and the single insurance contract with Citigroup was
terminated on December 23, 2009.

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U.S. Treasury Department
Office of Financial Stability
Troubled Asset Relief Program
Programmatic Operating Expenses [Section 105(a)(3)(F)]
For Period Ending August 31, 2020

Type of Expense

Amount

Compensation for financial agents
and legal firms

$1,462,346,334

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U.S. Treasury Department
Office of Financial Stability
Troubled Asset Relief Program
Description of Vehicles Established [Section 105(a)(3)(H)]
For Period Ending August 31, 2020

Date

Vehicle

Description

None

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