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Commerce Honor Awards Ceremony

“Every new idea is an impossibility until it is born.”

Honorable Penny Pritzker, Secretary of Commerce (2nd left), Honorable Bruce H. Andrews, Deputy Secretary of Commerce (left); (left to right), Avi Bender, Logan T. Powell, Tyrone Grandison, Jeffrey A. Meisel, Director of the United States Census Bureau John H. Thompson, Alex Cohen, Counselor Justin AntonipillaiThat timeless insight, from the late former Secretary of Commerce, Ron Brown, captures the spirit of the Department’s 68th Annual Honor Awards Ceremony on Sept. 28.

Made in the USA and Measured by the Census Bureau

For more than 200 years — since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution in America — the U.S. Census Bureau has described the state of America’s manufacturing. It all began as part of the 1810 Census, when U.S. Marshals collecting the population data also asked the first questions on manufacturing establishments. U.S. manufacturing has changed since then, when the landscape was dotted with textile mills.

Preparing for Hurricane Season with Census Data

Graphic of the U.S. Census Bureau's OnTheMap for Emergency Management tool.Today marks the beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season. These storms are among nature's most powerful and destructive phenomena, and they have the potential to affect a large portion of U.S. residents. The 185 coastline counties along the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico – areas that are most threatened by Atlantic hurricanes – have a combined population of 59.2 million.

Secretary Pritzker on International Trade in Goods and Services in March 2016

WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker issued the following statement today on the release of the March 2016 U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services monthly data. The total trade deficit improved 13.9 percent in March, to $40.4 billion, driven by a $6.0 billion reduction in the goods trade deficit. In addition, new monthly export records were established in travel services -- $15.5 billion – and in insurance services -- $1.6 billion. U.S.

Halloween Data Snapshot: How scary is this?

On October 31st, millions of children across America will don costumes and head excitedly into the twilight in search of sweets. (According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there were 41.2 million 5-14 year olds in 2013).

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