Treasury Executive Office For Asset Forfeiture

The Treasury Executive Office for Asset Forfeiture (TEOAF) is an agency of the United States federal government in the United States Department of the Treasury. TEOAF is responsible for administering the Treasury Forfeiture Fund (TFF). The TFF was established in 1992 as the successor to what was then the Customs Forfeiture Fund. It is authorized by section 9703 of Title 31 of the U.S. Code (note that there are erroneously two section 9703's, each dealing with a different subject matter). It is the receipt account for the deposit of non-tax forfeitures made by the following member agencies:

  • Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • Customs and Border Protection
  • United States Department of Homeland Security
  • Secret Service
  • United States Coast Guard
Agencies under the United States Department of the Treasury
  • Headquarters: Treasury Building
  • Jack Lew, Secretary of the Treasury
  • Neal S. Wolin, Deputy Secretary of the Treasury
Deputy Secretary
of the Treasury
  • Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau
  • Community Development Financial Institutions Fund
  • Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
  • Office of Tax Policy
Under Secretary
of the Treasury
for International Affairs
  • Office of East Asia
  • Office of South and Southeast Asia Nations
  • Office of Europe & Eurasia
  • Office of the Western Hemisphere
  • Office of International Monetary Policy
  • Office of Banking and Securities
  • Office of International Debt Policy
  • Office of Development Policy
  • Office of Financing Operations
  • Office of African Nations
  • Office of the Middle East and North Africa
  • Office of International Trade
  • Office of International Investment
  • Office of Trade Finance
  • Office of Technical Assistance
  • Office of Risk and Research Analysis
  • Exchange Stabilization Fund
Under Secretary of
the Treasury for
Domestic Finance
  • Advanced Counterfeit Deterrence
  • Bureau of the Public Debt
  • Federal Financing Bank
  • Financial Management Service
  • Office of Debt Management
  • Office of Financial Institutions
  • Office of Financial Markets
  • Office of Financial Stability
  • Office of Fiscal Service
Under Secretary of
the Treasury for Terrorism
and Financial Intelligence
  • Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence
  • Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes
  • Office of Intelligence and Analysis
  • Office of Foreign Assets Control
  • Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
  • Treasury Executive Office for Asset Forfeiture
Treasurer of the United States
  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing
  • United States Mint

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