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Links 1 through 10 of 25 by govpubs tagged commerce

A new graphic using statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau's International Data Base shows the populations of the 32 participating countries in this year's FIFA World Cup and past champions. The combined population of this year's participating countries is 1.9 billion.

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"Section 6210 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 (Act) requires the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) to prepare an annual report to Congress on its operations, activities, financial condition and accomplishments during the preceding fiscal year. The FirstNet Board adopted and transmitted its first Report to Congress on February 12, 2013. As President Obama signed the Act into law on February 22, 2012, this initial report covers relevant activities from the date of enactment through September 30, 2012." United States Department of Commerce.

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This report is part of a continuing series designed to provide information on the structure, function, employment, and finances of the United States’ nearly 90,000 state and local governments. Department of Commerce. Census Bureau. United States.

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The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) allows you access to federal government records. This website lets you request information and track your requests from participating agencies. Also, you can search other people's requests, appeals and responsive records from participating agencies without a need to submit your own request.

Currently, participating agencies are: The Department of Commerce (except the US Patent and Trademark Office), the Environmental Protection Agency, the Office of General Counsel of the National Archives and Records Administration, Merit System Protection Board, and Federal Labor Relations Authority. United States.

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This report examines various definitions, discusses middle class values and aspirations, and presents hypothetical budgets showing how these aspirations might be achieved with different incomes. Also considered is whether or not it is harder to live a middle class lifestyle today than it was twenty years ago. United States Department of Commerce.

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Provides a comprehensive accounting of carbon dioxide emissions across every economic sector—industry, the government and households—from 1998 to 2006, and lays out an understanding of changes in greenhouse gas emissions, in both total and per dollar of output. The methodology in this report can be used going forward to track the impact of any future policy aimed at reducing emissions. United States Department of Commerce.

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Provides an important initial step toward measuring the size and composition of the emerging green economy and the number of green jobs it has created. By using publicly-available data on more than 20,000 products and services, the report shows that the green economy is well-poised for growth. United States Department of Commerce.

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A wide remit covering culture, the arts and current events. Key topics include global warming, and screenings of documentaries. Many items from its renowned public events program can now be viewed online. The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). United Kingdom.

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The release of this report, Digital Nation: 21st Century America’s Progress Toward Universal Broadband Internet Access, by the U.S. Department of Commerce occurs at a critical juncture in the nation’s quest for universal broadband Internet access. The report confirms that at the end of the first decade of the 21st Century, too many Americans still rely on slow, narrowband Internet access or do not use the Internet at all. This fact and others revealed in the report underscore the importance of the Administration’s policy objective to ensure that all Americans have affordable access to broadband Internet services.

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This report "uses a host of measures to show that it is more difficult today to both attain and maintain a middle-class lifestyle than it was two decades ago." United States Department of Commerce.

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