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United States Statistics   Tags: data, government, statistics, united_states  

Key statistical information covering United States sources.
Last Updated: Dec 4, 2013 URL: http://libguides.bc.edu/usstats Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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      A statistical, political and economic account of countries. Historical available.
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      Crime, Economy, Education, Energy, Environment, Health, Immigration, Industry, Labor, Language, Lifestyle, Media, Military, Mortality, Religion, Sports, Taxation and Transportation.
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      Collection of international statistics, a total of 438 series and 274 countries.

    United States Government Open Access Policy

    In May, 2013 the President signed an Executive Order to make government-held data more accessible to the public and to entrepreneurs and others as fuel for innovation, economic growth, and government efficiency. Under the terms of the Executive Order and a new Open Data Policy all newly generated government data will be required to be made available in open, machine-readable formats, greatly enhancing their accessibility and usefulness, while ensuring privacy and security.

        

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