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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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Investment in New Structures and Equipment in 1992 by Using Industries

By: Belinda Bonds

Excerpt: This article presents the 1992 capital flow table (CFT) as a supplementary table to the 1992 benchmark input/output (IO) accounts. The CFT shows the flows of new structures and equipment to the private industries that purchased or leased them in 1992. The IO accounts and the gross domestic product (GDP) estimates in the national income and product accounts (NIPA?s) record investment by type, but they do not provide a breakdown of this investment by industry. The...

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Reliability of the Quarterly and Annual Estimates of Gdp and Gross...

By: Bruce T. Grimm

Excerpt: Kurt Kunze and the goal of the national income and product Teresa L. Weadock contributed to the development of this article. Colleen Ryan provided secretarial support. accounts (NIPA?s) is to provide a comprehensive and reliable picture of the condition of the domestic economy. In particular, the current quarterly estimates of gross domestic product (GDP) are of crucial importance for the analysis of economic conditions that supports economic policymaking and bu...

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

By: Eugene P. Seskin

Excerpt: On October 28, 1999, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released national income and product accounts (NIPA?s) estimates beginning with 1959 that reflected the 11th comprehensive revision of the accounts. These estimates incorporate a number of major definitional and statistical improvements that are designed to better measure the evolving U.S. economy.

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Semiannual Report to the Congress

By: Francis D. Degeorge

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, This report provides a comprehensive overview of Office of Inspector General activities for the first half of fiscal year 1997. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days. It is clear that the Congress is becoming extremely active in its authorization, appropriation, and oversight roles relative to the Department an...

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Semiannual Report to the Congress

By: Francis D. Degeorge

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, This report provides a comprehensive overview of Office of Inspector General activities for the second half of fiscal year 1997. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days. I appreciate the opportunity you have provided me, through participation in the Department?s executive management team, to work more closely wit...

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Semiannual Report to the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, This report provides a comprehensive overview of Office of Inspector General activities for the first half of fiscal year 1998. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days. In December 1997, Francis D. DeGeorge retired after many years of dedicated service as Inspector General. Mr. DeGeorge came to Commerce as the De...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, This report provides a comprehensive overview of Office of Inspector General activities for the second half of fiscal year 1998. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days. In my first full semiannual reporting period, I am proud to note that the OIG has established its first formal strategic plan, a top priority of...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Office of Inspector General?s semiannual report to the Congress for the first half of fiscal year 1999. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of its receipt. I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the leadership and commitment you have demonstra...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Office of Inspector General?s semiannual report to the Congress for the second half of fiscal year 1999. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of its receipt. This is the first semiannual report that I will be submitting to you and the Congress since I was sworn in as Inspec...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Office of Inspector General?s semiannual report to the Congress for the first half of fiscal year 2000. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of its receipt. During this semiannual period, we have devoted considerable effort to addressing the varied and complex issues facing...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Office of Inspector General?s semiannual report to the Congress for the second half of fiscal year 2000. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of its receipt. During this semiannual period, we continued to devote considerable resources to reviewing the Department?s efforts t...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Office of Inspector General?s semiannual report to the Congress for the first half of fiscal year 2001. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of its receipt. In your initial months as Secretary, I?m sure you have been impressed by the breadth of the Department?s important mi...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Office of Inspector General?s semiannual report to the Congress for the first half of fiscal year 2001. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of its receipt. In your initial months as Secretary, I?m sure you have been impressed by the breadth of the Department?s important mi...

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E-Commerce 2001 Highlights

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: E-commerce outperformed total economic activity in three of four major economic sectors measured between 2000 and 2001. Business-to-Business (B-to B) activity, which depends critically on Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), dominates e-commerce. All industry groups in each sector participate in e-commerce. Most e-commerce occurs in a handful of industry groups within each sector.

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U.S. Department of Commerce Fy 2000 Annual Program Performance Rep...

By: Donald L. Evans

Excerpt: As America moves forward in the 21st century, the Commerce Department?s programs are more vital than ever to our Nation?s economy and the living standards of our people; to our leadership in key areas of science, technology, and information; and to the management and stewardship of our resources. Two years ago, we published our second Department-wide performance plan, for fiscal year (FY) 2000. This year we are pleased to report on the measures and targets we ai...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Office of Inspector General?s Semiannual Report to Congress for the first half of fiscal year 2002. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of your receiving it. The work detailed here builds on the course we set during our last semiannual reporting period, made all the more u...

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Inspector General's Semiannual Report to Congress for the second half of fiscal year 2002. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate congressional committees within 30 days of your receiving it. This semiannual period marks the end of a fiscal year in which America has faced some sobering, new uncertainties in economi...

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E-Commerce 2002 Highlights

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: E-commerce, on a percent change basis, outperformed total economic activity in all four major economic sectors measured between 2001 and 2002. // Business-to-Business activity, which depends critically on Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), dominated e-commerce. // All industry groups in each sector participated in e-commerce. // Most e-commerce occurred in a handful of industry groups within each sector.

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Semiannual Report of the Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Dear Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Inspector General?s Semiannual Report to Congress for the first half of fiscal year 2003. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate committees within 30 days of your receiving it. Once again during these past months, Commerce?s involvement in support of a range of national priorities-from assisting with recovery ...

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If's Semiannual Report to Congress

By: Johnnie E. Frazier

Excerpt: Dear Mr. Secretary, I am pleased to provide you with the Inspector General?s Semiannual Report to Congress for the second half of fiscal year 2003. Section 5 of the Inspector General Act requires that you transmit this report, with any comments you may wish to add, to the appropriate committees within 30 days of your receiving it. Since its beginning, with the Inspector General Act of 1978, this office has worked diligently to fulfill its mission. Our mandate wa...

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