GAO Report GAO-05-1. GAO studied a diverse set of key indicator systems that provide economic, environmental, social and cultural information for local, state, or regional jurisdictions covering about 25 percent of the U.S. population—as well as several systems outside of the United States. GAO found opportunities to improve how our nation understands and assesses its position and progress.
initiative to assemble high-quality measures and data that can be used by Americans to educate themselves about the progress of the United States, to encourage an enriched civic dialogue and to support more informed public decision making.
replacement for old Liber8 website. produced by the library. , the focus has expanded beyond offers the data behind the economics, including a data "starter set" from our popular FRED website. The Page One Economics Newsletter. aims to serve educators, students, and adult learners as a resource for understanding the economy and economic issues.
Free and open access to the world’s most comprehensive collection of data on developing economies. Browse, map, graph, or download data by country, topic on over 4,000 indicators. Available in English, Spanish, French, and Arabic.
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