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U.S. Administration Releases Fall 2015 Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions

On November 20, the U.S. Administration released its semiannual regulatory agenda, detailing the rules that federal agencies will make top priorities in the next year. The… 223 more words


How the U.S. Government Plans to Lift the Economy With Big Data

The federal government collects huge amounts of information like census data and patents that businesses could use if they knew how. But because of the government’s technical limitations, companies have trouble accessing the information and making sense of it. 388 more words


Watch Ted Cruz Vow to Cut the Same Department Twice

Ted Cruz really doesn’t like the Department of Commerce.

When the Texas Senator listed the five departments he would cut from the government in Tuesday night’s Republican debate in Milwaukee, he named the Department of Commerce twice. 70 more words

Announcing the Commerce Data Service

The Department of Commerce provides valuable services and data products that fuel the modern technology services Americans rely on every day.  These data sets include information on technological innovation from the Patent and Trademark Office, demographic and economic data from the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis, export data from the International Trade Administration, and information on natural phenomena from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  602 more words

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A Conversation with Ellen Herbst, Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Secretary of Administration, Department of Commerce

What is the management and performance agenda for the U.S. Department of Commerce? How is Commerce working to transform the way it does business? What is Commerce doing to support its employees and reforming its hiring process? 31 more words


Utah officials warn of scams involving switch to smart chip bank cards

SALT LAKE CITY — New smart chip credit cards are being issued to cardholders everywhere, and with the new technology experts are also warning consumers about new scams. 238 more words


With Insurance Hikes In Mind, Officials Search For Stability

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A major jump in health insurance premiums next year for hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans has put state officials and lawmakers in brainstorm mode, figuring out the best way to get a handle on costs in an individual market that is smaller and more expensive to cover than both regulators and health insurance companies expected. 665 more words