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Department of Commerce Collection ePublications covers a range of topics: Economic Analysis, Trade, Technology, Patents and Trademarks, Telecommunications and information, Export-Related Assistance and Market Information. The Organizational and Management Excellence section of the report focuses on overall DOC efforts to achieve our part of the President’s Management Agenda, ensuring that we are a citizen-centered and results-oriented organization.

 
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2000 Financial Report

By: Nancy A. Potok

Excerpt: The U.S. Census Bureau performs large surveys and censuses that provide high quality statistics about the American people and economy. Our business activities can be divided into four categories: decennial censuses; demographic programs; economic programs; and reimbursable work, mainly for other federal agencies. During FY2000, in addition to our ongoing surveys, we conducted the Decennial Census of Population and Housing (Census 2000), our largest and most complex activity.

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Annual Input/Output Accounts of the U. S. Economy, 1996

By: Sumiye O. Okubo

Excerpt: In December 1999, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the 1996 annual input output (IO) accounts for the U.S. economy. These accounts are based on an update of the 1992 benchmark IO accounts, and they reflect the recent comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts (NIPA?s). The IO accounts were prepared using 1996 estimates of industry and commodity output and the 1996 estimates of gross domestic product (GDP) from the NIPA revision.

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Annual Input-Output Accounts of the U. S. Economy, 1997

By: Peter D. Kuhbach

Excerpt: On December 18, 2000, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the 1997 annual input-output (I-O) accounts for the U.S. economy. These accounts, which present estimates for 94 industries, are based on the 1992 benchmark I-O accounts and are prepared using 1997 estimates of industry and commodity output and the 1997 estimates of gross domestic product (GDP) from last summer?s annual revision of the national income and product accounts. The 1997 I-O accounts...

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Reliability of Gdp and Related Nipa Estimates

By: Dennis J. Fixler

Excerpt: The goal of BEA for the national income and product accounts (NIPA?s) is to provide a timely, comprehensive, and reliable description of the condition of the U.S. economy. The featured measures-gross domestic product (GDP) and its components and gross domestic income (GDI) and its components-provide a snapshot of the economy and are useful to planning by both government and business.

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Comprehensive Revision of Gross State Product Accelerated Estimate...

By: Gerard P. Aman

Excerpt: The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the results of the comprehensive revision of the annual estimates of gross state product (GSP) on December 15, 2004. The results included prototype estimates for current-dollar GSP for 2003, which were released less than 12 months after the end of the year, an acceleration of 6 months.

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Annual Industry Accounts Revised Estimates for 20012003

By: George M. Smith

Excerpt: On December 20, 2004, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released revised estimates of the integrated annual GDP-by-industry accounts and input-output (I-O) accounts for 2001?2003. The revised and more detailed estimates incorporate newly available data on the industry composition of growth. As a result, these estimates provide an updated picture of economic activity in the United States, and they confirm and clarify trends that were indicated by previously published estimates.

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A Guide to Bea Statistics on Foreign Direct Investment in the Unit...

By: Alicia M. Quijano

Excerpt: The recent surge in foreign direct investment in the United States has caused a great deal of public debate on the magnitude and significance of such investment. Attention is focused on questions such as how much invested, who is investing from abroad, what industries are most affected, what States receive the most investment, and how are these investments financed. This guide is designed help those interested in foreign direct investment in the United States un...

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Price Indexes for Selected Semiconductors, 197496

By: Bruce T. Grimm

Excerpt: In the comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts (NIPA?s) that was released in January 1996, BEA introduced the use of quality adjusted price indexes for the calculation of real exports and imports of semiconductors. The improved measurement of real output and prices of hightech goods through expanded use of quality adjusted price indexes is part of BEA?s strategic plan to improve the quality of its economic accounts (see the box ?Measur...

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U.S. Department of Commerce

By: Donald L. Evans

Excerpt: Am pleased to offer this report on the performance of the Department of Commerce for fiscal year (FY) 2002. During the year, our Nation, our Department, and our 35,000 individual employees joined in responding with resolve to the challenges we faced as a result of the events of September 11, 2001. In the company of other federal agencies, the Department took numerous steps to ensure that our national interests were well protected and that our national business a...

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Report to Congress Pursuant to the Shark Finning Prohibition Act o...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Management Authority in the United States 1.2 Current Management of Sharks in the Atlantic Ocean 1.3 Current Management of Sharks in the Pacific Ocean 1.4 U.S. Regulations to Implement the Shark Finning Prohibition Act 1.5 National Marine Fisheries Service Enforcement Actions Pertaining to the Shark Finning Prohibition Act 2. U.S. Imports and Exports of Shark Fins and Enforcement of the Shark Finning Prohibition Act 2. Exports of Shark Fins 2.2 Imports of Shark Fins...

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Preview of the Comprehensive Revision of the Annual Industry Accounts

By: Brian C. Moyer

Excerpt: In June, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) will release the initial results of its comprehensive revision of the annual industry accounts. The centerpiece of this revision is the integration of the annual input-output (I-O) accounts and the gross-domesticproduct-( GDP)-by-industry accounts for 1998?2002. For the first time, the annual I-O accounts and the GDP-by-industry accounts will be released concurrently and will present consistent measures of gross out...

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A Guide to Bea Statistics on U. S. Multinational Companies

By: Raymond J. Mataloni, Jr.

Excerpt: Statistics on U.S. multinational companies (MNC?s) produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) provide a comprehensive and integrated data set for empirical analysis of MNC?s and of the effects of MNC?s on the economies of home and host countries. When this data set began in 1929, its scope was limited to one data item-the value of foreign commercial assets controlled by U.S. companies. Since then, the scope of these statistics has greatly expanded in step...

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Gross Product by Industry Price Measures, 197796

By: Robert E. Yuskavage

Excerpt: T Brian C. Moyer, HIS ARTICLE presents annual estimates of John Sporing, and Robert A. Sylvester assisted in the preparation of the estimates and the tables. prices and unit costs by industry group for 1977?96. The price measures of gross product originating by industry (GPO) provide insight into the sources of change in the aggregate price level by industry. For example, the relative growth rates of prices among industries can be compared, and their contributio...

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Fixed Assets and Consumer Durable Goods Noaa Estimates for 192598 ...

By: Shelby W. Herman

Excerpt: As part of the comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts (NIPA?s), the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has released new estimates of fixed assets and consumer durable goods (formerly ?fixed reproducible tangible wealth?) for 1998 and revised estimates for 1925?97. These estimates cover the net stock of equipment and software and of structures owned by business and government and the net stock of durable goods owned by consumers. In add...

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Improved Estimates of the National Income and Product Accounts for...

By: Brent R. Moulton

Excerpt: The Bureau Of Economic Analysis (BEA) has completed most of its 11th comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts (NIPA?s) with the release of revised NIPA estimates for 1929?58 and of estimates of fixed assets and consumer durable goods for 1998 (new) and for 1925?97 (revised). These estimates incorporate the definitional, statistical, and presentational improvements that were introduced last October into the revised estimates beginning wi...

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U.S. Transportation Satellite Accounts for 1992

By: Bingsong Fang

Excerpt: T Bingsong Fang and his article introduces the transportation Xiaoli Han are economists with the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation. satellite accounts (TSA?s), which are an extension of the U.S. input output (IO) accounts. Satellite accounts rearrange information from the basic economic accounts for the purpose of analyzing important economic activities more completely than is otherwise possible. They expand the analytical ca...

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The Department of Commerce Budget in Brief

By: Donald L. Evans

Excerpt: Department of Commerce Funding and Employment 6 Budget Authority: FY 2002 ? 2004, 2004 ? 2008 7 Outlays: FY 2002 ? 2004, 2004 ? 2008 9 Budget Authority: 1990 ? 2004 11 Full-Time Equivalent Employment: 1990 ? 2004 11 Actual vs Constant Dollars: 1990 ? 2004 11 Total Full-Time Equivalent Employment (Work years) 12 Bridge from 2003 and 2004 Appropriations to 2003 and 2004 Budget Authority 13 Comparison of 2004 Estimate with 2002 and 2003 Appropriations Enacted to Da...

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U.S. Transportation Satellite Accounts for 1996

By: Bingsong Fang

Excerpt: This article presents estimates of the transportation satellite accounts (TSA?s) for 1996, which update the 1992 TSA?s. Like the 1992 TSA?s, the 1996 TSA?s are based on, and are an extension of, the input-output (I-O) accounts; they are constructed by rearranging the I-O data and by adding information from other sources of transportation data. The TSA?s were developed jointly by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics of the U.S. Department of Transportation and...

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Comprehensive Revision of State Personal Income Preliminary Estima...

By: Robert L. Brown

Excerpt: On April 27, 2004, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the initial results of the latest comprehensive revision of quarterly and annual estimates of state personal income; the results of the previous comprehensive revision of state personal income were released in May 2000. BEA released revised estimates of state personal income and per capita personal income for 1969?2002, preliminary estimates for 2003, and preliminary estimates of state personal in...

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Department of Commerce National Telecommunications and Information...

By: Michael D. Gallagher

Summary: The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is repealing its regulations governing reimbursement to federal entities by the private sector as a result of reallocation of frequency spectrum. The agency is taking this action in accordance with the Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act which repealed the provision in the NTIA Organization Act under which the agency promulgated these regulations.

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