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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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Papel Ng Dapat Malaman Mga Pangunahing Bagay Tungkol Sa Bakuna Sa ...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Ang pinakamabuting paraan upang hadlangan ang trangkaso ay magpabakuna laban sa trangkaso tuwing taglagas. May dalawang uri ng bakuna: // Ang iniksiyon sa trangkaso-isang bakunang ginawang di-aktibo (nagtataglay ng pinatay na virus) na ibinibigay sa pamamagitan ng karayom o heringgilya, karaniwan ay sa braso. Ang iniksiyon sa trangkaso ay inaprubahan para gamitin sa mga taong mas matanda sa 6 na buwan, kabilang ang malulusog na tao at mga taong may hindi-gumagal...

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Sach Huong Dan Nhsp Tich

By: epartment of Commerce

Summary: This document is certified by a contractor to be a true and accurate translation of A Guide to Naturalization into the Vietnamese language. However, because the English document contains legal and technical terms, some concepts may not have exactly the same meaning in the Vietnamese language. Therefore, you should read this document for general information only. For specific questions about your eligibility, or naturalization laws, regulations, or procedures, pl...

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Forecast of International Travel to the United States

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Forecast Of International Travel To The United States...

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Voip : The Catalyst for Universal, Affordable Broadband Access by 2007

By: Michael D. Gallagher

Excerpt: Overarching Goal: Promoting Economic Growth ?? Thanks to the President?s policies, America?s economy is strong: Over the past four quarters the U.S. economy grew at a real GDP rate of 4.0%; compared to GDP growth in Europe of 2.1%. 262,000 new jobs created in February 2005. The economy has shown job growth for 21 straight months and added 3 million new jobs ? more than Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, and Japan combined. The U.S. unemployment rate is 5.2%...

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Vulnerability Assessment Capability

By: Thomas N. Pyke

Excerpt: We are implementing a vulnerability assessment capability to identify cyber threats and their associated vulnerabilities. and to develop mitigation strategies to those cyber threats. This vulnerability assessment capability is currently available to operating units in the HCHB to meet system Certification and Accreditation requirements and to facilitate migration to the new HCHB network. This capability is necessary to detect vulnerabilities to DOC IT infrastruc...

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Weather and Water

By: Dr. Frank Kelly

Excerpt: What is requested? NOAA?s Weather and Water Goal requests $858.6 million in FY 2006, reflecting a net increase of +$34.3M over the FY 2006 base level. This increase will enable critical activities to directly support a safer, healthier, and economically stronger America through reliable, timely, and accurate weather (including space weather and air quality) and water information. What are the benefits? NOAA?s weather and water services make a tremendous contribu...

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Making a Difference for America 's Youth

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Today?s Action The President and Mrs. Laura Bush highlighted the need to volunteer to help children and teens reach their full potential. Today, Mrs. Bush announced two new important steps: This fall, Mrs. Bush will convene the first-ever White House Conference on Helping America?s Youth. The Conference will promote public awareness of the various problems facing at-risk youth in our Nation, and it will bring together policymakers, research experts, foundations,...

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Whats New in Human Resources Programs

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Human Capital Management Audit The Department of Commerce will be the subject of an OPM human capital management audit during the last quarter of FY 2005 (July 1 to September 30, 2005). As in the past, OPM will examine the use of human resources authorities, but the focus will be on how the authorities are used to sustain three key drivers of human capital management: talent, leadership/knowledge management, and results-oriented performance culture.

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Where the Jobs Are : The Continuing Growth of Federal Job Opportun...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: This report, for the first time, takes a comprehensive view of government projections of hiring needs across agencies by occupational category and compares those needs to projected private sector demands. In so doing, the report highlights the skills and expertise that will be most in demand by the federal government and suggests which skills will be especially difficult to attract to public service. This data will prove to be a valuable resource for a number of audiences.

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Noaas Hurricane Hunter Aircraft Fly through Pacific Winter Storms ...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: NOAA?s ?hurricane hunter? aircraft and their crews may be best known for their prowess in flying through and around nature?s severest storms over the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico. However, these flying meteorological stations prove their mettle on the West Coast and over the Pacific Ocean as well-after hurricane season has ended and severe Pacific winter storms have begun. Why Winter Storm Flights? Pacific winter storms affect not only the we...

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Fixed Reproducible Tangible Wealth in the United States, 192594

By: J. Steven Landefeld

Excerpt: The text of this volume was primarily written by Arnold J. Katz. He was assisted by Michael Glenn and Shelby W. Herman. The estimates of fixed reproducible tangible wealth were prepared by the National Income and Wealth Division and the Government Division of the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). The estimates for the private sector were prepared under the direction of Shelby W. Herman, who was assisted by Michael Glenn. Significant contributions were made by K...

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Thank You for Your Interest in Career Opportunities with the Natio...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Pre-employment medical screening and exams All perspective employees undergo a pre-examination medical screening interview. If no obviously disqualifying conditions are identified, the candidate is scheduled to undergo comprehensive medical and dental examinations at the government?s expense. Correctable medical and dental conditions have to be resolved prior to employment. Below are some of the conditions that MAY disqualify the candidate from employment. Any m...

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Office of Inspector General Department of Commerce

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Office of Inspector General Organizational Chart...

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Science Log : Our First Haul for This Second Leg of the Bering Sea...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Fisheries Biologist Kresimir Williams recorded the data from the haul; fish length, weight, and maturity status. This is very critical information as the Bering Sea pollock fishery is one of the most successful and healthy fisheries in the world. It is this data that is used to determine how large a catch a commercial vessel can remove for each fishing season. Kresimir has been a fisheries biologist for almost six years researching pollock and developing data st...

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People with Health Insurance : A Comparison of Estimates from Two ...

By: Shailesh Bhandari

Introduction: The Current Population Survey (CPS) Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC) and the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) are commonly used data sets for health insurance coverage estimates. Although both surveys are household surveys conducted by the United States Census Bureau, they are designed to meet different needs and, hence, have different sample sizes, interview techniques, sample compositions, and survey reference periods. Accordi...

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Summary of Ethics Rules 2005

By: David Maggi

Excerpt: Public Service Is A Public Trust. As a Department of Commerce employee, you have been placed in a position of trust and are held to a high standard of ethical conduct. This handout contains a summary of the rules set forth in conflict of interest statutes and the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch. You should retain this handout for use as a reference source.

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As You Know, In January 2002, The World Trade Organization Appella...

By: John W. Snow

Excerpt: 'I'he EU has identified 1,603 products to which ad valorem tariffs of up to 100 percent could be applied. These products include a broad range of agricultural and forecast products: and leather goods, and steel and aluminum products. The President's Council of Economic Advisers has identified thousands of American workers that could be directly and adversely affected by the imposition of these tariffs.

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What We Can Learn from the 2005 Social Security Trustees Report

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: The 2005 Social Security Trustees' Report comes at a time when public attention has focused on the problems and challenges facing Social Security. A look at the data in that report leads to a clear conclusion: The Social Security program remains on an unsustainable course, requiring prompt, responsible and bipartisan action to fix the program for our children and grandchildren. Social Security Will Begin Running Deficits In 2017. Beginning in 2017, the cost of p...

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Entrepreneurship Programs That Reach Minority Youth

By: Frank A. Fratoe

Excerpt: This report is dedicated with the highest respect to Shirley Gainey, who has made the Minority Business Development Agency a better place to work because of her professionalism, hard work, and unfailing good spirits. Those of us in the Research and Policy Division who have received her constant help and support over the years are especially grateful. As Shirley enters retirement, she leaves with all our best wishes for a continued productive life, but she will b...

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