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U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA): An agency of the
Department of Commerce that produces economic accounts
statistics on the performance of the nation's economy.
bea.gov | 202-606-9900
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS): The principal factfinding agency for the federal government in the field of labor
economics and statistics.
bls.gov | 202-691-5200
Bureau of Transportation Statistics: An agency of the
Department of Transportation that provides data collection,
analysis and reporting to ensure the most cost-effective use of
bts.gov | 800-853-1351
Census Bureau: An agency of the Department of Commerce
that serves as the source of statistical data about the nation's
people and economy.
census.gov | 301-763-4636
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): The CIA engages in
research, development, and deployment of high-leverage
technology for intelligence purposes. As a separate agency,
CIA serves as an independent source of analysis on topics of
concern to ensure that the intelligence consumer receives the
best intelligence possible.
cia.gov | 703-482-0623
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA): An agency
of the Department of Transportation charged with the broad
responsibility of ensuring that America's roads and highways
continue to be the safest and most technologically up-to-date
fhwa.dot.gov | 202-366-9393
International Trade Administration: An agency of the
Department of Commerce assisting U.S. businesses in the
global marketplace by providing support in the following areas:
commercial service, manufacturing and services, market access
and compliance and import administration.
ita.doc.gov | 800-872-8723
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):
An agency of the Department of Transportation that conducts
research on driver behavior and traffic safety to develop the
most efficient and effective means of bringing about safety
improvements for motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
nhtsa.dot.gov | 888-327-4236
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC): A federal
agency that requires public companies to disclose meaningful
financial and other information to the public, which provides
a common pool of knowledge for all investors to judge a
sec.gov | 202-942-8088
U.S. Commercial Service: An independent federal agency
helping U.S. companies find new international business partners
in worldwide markets, as well as assisting foreign companies in
locating U.S. suppliers of products and services.
buyusa.gov | 202-482-4767
U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC):
An independent federal agency supporting policymakers
through economic analysis and research on the global
competitiveness of U.S. industries through the U.S. Harmonized
Tariff Schedule (HTS).
usitc.gov | 202-205-2000
Federal Reserve: The Federal Reserve, which is the central
bank of the United States, provides various financial services
to the U.S. government, public, financial institutions and foreign
official institutions, primarily geared toward operating the
nation's payments system.
federalreserve.gov | 202-452-3000
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