Some of the more common US Federal Government Bonds include:
Department of Agriculture Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards, Administration Packers and Stockyards Administration --
Includes: Livestock Market Dealer, Livestock Market Agencies, Livestock Market Packer
Department of the Air Force Headquarters Air Mobility Command -- Includes: Domestic Air Transportation Service Providers
Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration -- Includes: Seafood Inspection
Department of Defense Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command Domestic Carriers Services Branch -- Includes: Freight Broker Bond (DOD)
Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) -- Includes: DEMPOS, Durable Medical Equipment (DME), Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies Suppliers
Department of Homeland Security US Customs and Border Protection -- Includes: Customs Bond, Importer, Broker, Drawback Payments Refunds, Custodian of Bonded Merchandise, Bonded Carriers, Bonded Freight Forwarders, Bonded Cartmen, Bonded Lightermen, Bonded Warehouse, Bond Container Station Operators, International Carrier, Instruments of International Traffic, Foreign Trade Zone, Public Gauger, Wool & Fur Products, Bill of Lading, Detention of Copyrighted Material, Neutrality, Court Costs for Condemned Goods, Airport Security Bond, International Trade Commission Exclusion Bond, In-Bond Export, Intellectual Property Rights, Importer Security Filing, Marine Terminal Operator
Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management -- (BLM) Includes: Statewide Mineral Land Lease, Lease for Mining Deposits, Prospecting Permits and Leases Coal, Sodium, Phosphate, Potassium, Sulphur, and Other Mineral Deposits
Department of the Interior Office of Natural Resources -- Includes: Individual Oil and Gas Lease, Statewide Oil and Gas Lease, Nationwide Oil and Gas Lease, Geothermal Resources
Department of Justice United States Trustee Program -- Includes: Nonprofit and Credit Counseling Agency
Department of Labor Employment Administration Wage and Hour Division -- Includes: H2A
Department of Transportation -- Includes: Bond to Ensure Conformance with Motor Vehicle Safety and Bumper Standard
Department of Veterans Affairs -- Includes: Fiduciary Bond
Federal Motor Carrier -- Includes: BMC-84 Broker Bond
Federal Maritime Commission -- Includes: Passenger Vessel, Ocean Transportation Intermediary Bond, Ocean Transportation Intermediary Group Bond
TTB, Department of the Treasury Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau -- Includes: Brewers Bond, Distilled Spirits Bond, Tax Deferral Beer, Deferral Bond Tobacco Products, Tax Deferral Bond Wine, Tobacco Bond, Wine Bond, Bond Covering Removal To and Use of Wine at Vinegar Plant, Transportation Bond Distilled Spirits and Wines Withdrawn For Transportation to Manufacturing Bonded Warehouse
United States Postal Service -- Includes: Contract Postal Units
Social Security Administration -- Includes: Social Security Administration Representative Payee
Veterans Affairs -- Fiduciary or Conservator (VA)
What Does a US Federal Government Bond Cost?
Bond amounts vary by the type of bond needed and the government's requirements.
The premium cost that you pay can depend on many factors including bond type, your credit history and length of time in business.
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