WASHINGTON — The District of ­Columbia expects today to competitively sell $500 million of general obligation tax revenue anticipation notes, its largest note offering ever, according to city officials.

The district typically issues short-term cash-flow notes to fund seasonal imbalances between operating receipts and expenditures. About 22% of the district’s total tax revenues arrive in September, the final month of its fiscal year, according to Moody’s Investors Service. The district sold $400 million of Trans last November.

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