The California treasurer’s office announced Wednesday that it has revamped its Internet home page.

The Web site at has been reorganized to make it easier to find information about the state’s bond finance program, including the status of voter-approved general obligation bonds and the state’s credit ratings, spokesman Joe DeAnda said in an e-mail.

The revised home page now provides direct links to budget and cash-flow data from the Department of Finance and the controller’s office, offers more direct access to conduit bond financing agencies, and more prominently features the Buy California Bonds retail bond marketing program, DeAnda said.

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