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This article outlines the recent use of federal statistical data at USA Today , in print and online, showing broad, strong, and diverse results.
The key elements of a new architecture for the U.S. national accounts have been developed in a prototype system constructed by Dale W. Jorgenson and J. Steven Landefeld, director of the Bureau of Economic Analysis at the U.S. Department of Commerce. As the U.S. economy emerges from the most...
This article provides an overview of one major platform of the federal statistical system, the census. It briefly describes the origin and structure of the current diverse and decentralized federal statistical system and then describes the place of the census and the Census Bureau in the system....
A healthy and vigorous program for innovation is fundamental to provide for the nation’s statistical needs. Innovation in federal statistics is a broad-spectrum subject and ranges from the traditional subjects to those less usually considered, such as new approaches to bridging the interface...
Federal data are crucial to state and local governments, enabling them to assess the level of need in a community, to establish appropriate funding levels for programs, and to implement programs in a cost-effective manner. This article first demonstrates how data from the decennial census and...
This article examines the ways in which the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) provides the U.S. Congress with information that is timely, objective, fact-based, nonpartisan, nonideological, fair, and balanced. It shows how over many decades, GAO’s work has led to laws that have...
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