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Bureau of Economic Analysis
State of the Bureau
- Director’s Message – Survey of Current Business
- Integrated BEA/BLS Industry-Level Production Account: Initial Statistics for 2015 and Revised Statistics for 1998–2014 (PDF)
- Supply-Use Tables for the United States (PDF)
About the Director
Recent Blogs & FAQs
- How are the measures of production and income in the national accounts affected by a natural or man-made disaster?
- How are the fixed assets accounts (FAAs) impacted by disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy?