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The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)

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  2. The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
  3. California Data and Statistics (UC Davis Library)
  4. The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA)
  5. OFFSTATS—The University of Auckland Library
  6. ProQuest Statistical Insight
  7. UC Davis Library's Guide to Congressional Information in Electronic Form
  8. The United States Census Bureau
  9. University of Michigan's Stephen S. Clark Library Government Information Center

BEA is an agency of the Department of Commerce. Along with the Census Bureau, BEA is part of the Department's Economics and Statistics Administration. BEA produces economic statistics that enable government and business decision makers, researchers, and the American public to follow and understand the performance of the nation's economy. To do this BEA collects source data, conducts research and analysis, develops and implements estimation methodologies, and disseminates statistics to the public.

The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA)

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  2. The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
  3. California Data and Statistics (UC Davis Library)
  4. The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA)
  5. OFFSTATS—The University of Auckland Library
  6. ProQuest Statistical Insight
  7. UC Davis Library's Guide to Congressional Information in Electronic Form
  8. The United States Census Bureau
  9. University of Michigan's Stephen S. Clark Library Government Information Center

The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA) plays three key roles within the Department of Commerce (DOC). ESA provides timely economic analysis, disseminates national economic indicators, and oversees the U.S. Census Bureau (Census) and the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). In this latter role, ESA works closely with the leadership at BEA and Census on high-priority management, budget, employment, and risk management issues, integrating the work of these agencies with the priorities and requirements of the Department of Commerce and other government entities.

OFFSTATS—The University of Auckland Library

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  2. The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
  3. California Data and Statistics (UC Davis Library)
  4. The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA)
  5. OFFSTATS—The University of Auckland Library
  6. ProQuest Statistical Insight
  7. UC Davis Library's Guide to Congressional Information in Electronic Form
  8. The United States Census Bureau
  9. University of Michigan's Stephen S. Clark Library Government Information Center

The OFFSTATS database provides access to free statistics from official sources on the Web. Some specialized databases are only available to the University of Auckland staff and students. The site arranges Web links by country, region, or subject. The database can be searched by a single category, or a combination of categories. All of the content of the database is held in the public domain and is available through the Internet.

UC Davis Library's Guide to Congressional Information in Electronic Form

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  2. The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
  3. California Data and Statistics (UC Davis Library)
  4. The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA)
  5. OFFSTATS—The University of Auckland Library
  6. ProQuest Statistical Insight
  7. UC Davis Library's Guide to Congressional Information in Electronic Form
  8. The United States Census Bureau
  9. University of Michigan's Stephen S. Clark Library Government Information Center

This comprehensive resource and finding aid provides information about how laws in the U.S. Congress are enacted and researched. It includes a basic search introduction about how bills are enacted and also provides detailed guides to members of Congress and Congress' many support agencies.

The United States Census Bureau

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  2. The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
  3. California Data and Statistics (UC Davis Library)
  4. The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA)
  5. OFFSTATS—The University of Auckland Library
  6. ProQuest Statistical Insight
  7. UC Davis Library's Guide to Congressional Information in Electronic Form
  8. The United States Census Bureau
  9. University of Michigan's Stephen S. Clark Library Government Information Center

The Census Bureau's mission is to serve as the leading source of quality data about the nation's people and economy. Data collected include: Population & Housing Census: every 10 years; Economic Census: every 5 years; Census of Governments: every 5 years; American Community Survey: annually. The Census Bureau releases Economic Indicators on a specific schedule; see the Economic Indicator Calendar.