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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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Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security 15 Cfr Chap...

By: Matthew S. Borman

Summary: The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) is reviewing the foreign policy-based export controls in the Export Administration Regulations to determine whether they should be modified, rescinded or extended. To help make these determinations, BIS is seeking comments on how existing foreign policy-based export controls have affected exporters and the general public.

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Announcing the 2005 Nrap Call for Applications

By: Eduardo J. Ribas

Excerpt: Am pleased to announce the Call for Applications for the 2005 NOAA Rotational Assignment Program (NRAP). This program is a learning and knowledge management component of NOAA?s Strategic Human Capital Management Plan. Once you submit your application online, you will receive an automatic email confirmation that your application has been received. Your supervisor will be copied on that email.

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Noaa Receives New Fisheries Survey Vessel Advanced Capabilities Pr...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration took delivery today of the first of a series of fisheries survey vessels from VT Halter Marine Inc., a subsidiary of Vision Technologies Systems Inc., in Pascagoula, Miss. This is NOAA?s first newly constructed fisheries survey vessel in more than 25 years. The ship is named for the late Alaskan fishing industry leader Oscar Dyson, whose numerous private and public contributions improved the industry for many A...

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Halter Marine to Build a Third Fisheries Survey Vessel for Noaa

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: VT Halter Marine, Inc., a subsidiary of Vision Technologies Systems, Inc., announced that it will build another Fisheries Survey Vessel for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NOAA exercised its option for the third of four planned vessels under an existing contract. This vessel is valued at approximately $38 million. Construction will begin later this year with delivery planned during the second half of 2007.

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Improved Estimates of Gross Product by Industry for 194798

By: Sherlene K.S. Lum

Excerpt: IN THIS article, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) presents new estimates of gross product, or gross product originating (GPO), by industry for 1998 and revised estimates for 1947?97. The estimates reflect the results of the recent comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts (NIPA's), and they incorporate newly available source data and methodological changes for GPO by industry. (See the box ?Gross Product Originating: Definition and ...

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Comprehensive Revision of State Personal Income Revised Estimates ...

By: Robert L. Brown

Excerpt: On May 17, 2000, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the results of a comprehensive revision, or benchmark, of State personal income. In general, the quarterly and annual estimates for 1969?98 were revised up, primarily reflecting the incorporation of several major definitional and statistical improvements that were introduced in the recent comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts (NIPA?s).

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Improved Annual Industry Accounts for 19982003 Integrated Annual I...

By: Brian C. Moyer

Excerpt: On June 17, 2004, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the initial results of the comprehensive revision of the annual industry accounts. This release marks a major advance in the timeliness, accuracy, and consistency of the annual input-output (I-O) accounts and the gross-domestic-product- (GDP)-by-industry accounts as a result of significant improvements in BEA?s estimating methods. The new methodology combines source data between the two accounts to...

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Comprehensive Revision of Local Area Personal Income Preliminary E...

By: Jeffrey L. Newman

Excerpt: On May 25, 2004, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the initial results of the latest comprehensive revision of the annual estimates of personal income for counties, metropolitan areas, and BEA economic areas (see the box ?Definitions of Local Areas?); the results of the previous comprehensive revision of local area personal income were released in June 2000. BEA released revised estimates of local area personal income and per capita personal income ...

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U.S. International Transactions, Revised Estimates for 198493

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions have been revised to incorporate methodological and statistical changes. This year, like last year, a number of improvements have been implemented as part of a multiyear effort by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to address gaps in the coverage of transactions. Many of these gaps have arisen because of the dynamic nature of the international financial markets, and the extensive meth...

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U.S. International Transactions, Revised Estimates for 198394

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions have been revised to incorporate methodological and statistical changes. This year, like last year, a number of improvements have been implemented as part of a multiyear effort by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to address gaps in coverage of transactions. These gaps were noted by BEA in its Mid-Decade Review and strategic plan for improving BEA?s economic accounts (see the Februar...

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Comprehensive Revision of Gross State Product by Industry, 197794

By: Howard L. Friedenberg

Excerpt: In this article, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) presents new estimates of gross state product (GSP) for 1993 and 1994 and revised estimates for 1977?92. The new and revised GSP estimates are consistent with the improved estimates of gross product originating (GPO) by industry for the Nation that were published in the August 1996 Survey Of Current Business. The estimates incorporate the results of the most recent comprehensive revisions of the national inc...

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U.S. International Transactions Revised Estimates for 198299

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions have been revised to incorporate statistical and methodological revisions. This year, like last year, a number of improvements have been implemented as part of continuing efforts by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to address gaps in coverage of transactions. In large part, the gaps have arisen because of the dynamic nature of international markets. The major improvements this year ...

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Comprehensive Revision of Local Area Personal Income Revised Estim...

By: Jeffrey L. Newman

Excerpt: On June 15, 2000, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released the results of a comprehensive, or benchmark, revision of personal income for local areas. In general, the estimates for local areas for 1969?97 were revised up, primarily reflecting the incorporation of major definitional and statistical improvements that were introduced as part of the recent comprehensive revision of State personal income and the comprehensive revision of the national income and produc...

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U.S. International Transactions, Revised Estimates for 19892000

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions have been revised to incorporate statistical and methodological revisions. This year, like last year, a number of improvements have been implemented as part of continuing efforts by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to address gaps in coverage of transactions. In large part, the gaps have arisen because of the dynamic nature of international markets. The major improvements this year ...

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Annual Revision of the U. S. International Accounts, 19932001

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: This year, the most notable revisions are the following: // In the international transactions accounts, net private foreign purchases of U.S. Treasury and other U.S. securities are revised down for every year. For 2001, the revision to net financial inflows for net private foreign purchases of these securities totals $114.2 billion (from $514.2 billion to a revised $400.0 billion). // In the international transactions accounts, U.S. Government and ?other? privat...

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Annual Revision of the U. S. International Accounts, 19922002

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions and of the U.S. international investment position have been revised to incorporate definitional, statistical, methodological, and presentational revisions. This year, like last year, several improvements have been implemented as part of continuing efforts by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to address gaps in coverage. In large part, the gaps have arisen because of the dynamic natur...

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The International Investment Position of the United States at Year...

By: Patricia E. Abaroa

Excerpt: The net international investment position of the United States was ?$2,430.7 billion (preliminary) at yearend 2003, compared with ?$2,233.0 billion (revised) at yearend 2002, with direct investment valued at current cost (table 1, chart 1). The change was the result of a larger rise in the value of foreign-owned assets in the United States than in the value of U.S.- owned assets abroad. The ?$197.7 billion change from yearend to yearend mainly resulted from larg...

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Annual Revision of the U. S. International Accounts, 19892003

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions and of the U.S. international investment position have been revised to incorporate definitional, statistical, methodological, and presentational revisions. This year, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has continued to address gaps in coverage. In large part, the gaps have arisen because of the dynamic nature of the international financial markets. In addition, a further definitional ...

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U.S. International Transactions, Revised Estimates for 198695

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions have been revised to incorporate methodological and statistical changes. This year, like last year, a number of improvements have been implemented as part of a multiyear effort by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to address gaps in coverage of transactions. These gaps and plans to fill them were outlined by BEA in its MidDecade Strategic Plan for improving BEA?s economic accounts (s...

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U.S. International Transactions, Revised Estimates for 197496

By: Christopher L. Bach

Excerpt: As is customary each June, the estimates of U.S. international transactions have been revised to incorporate methodological and statistical revisions. This year, like last year, a number of improvements have been implemented as part of a multiyear effort by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to address gaps in coverage of transactions. These gaps and plans to fill them were outlined by BEA in its MidDecade Strategic Plan for improving BEA?s economic accounts ...

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