New Website: Fedstats.gov
Posted by on February 20, 2004
[posted to Build-com list]
Recently, HUD announced that finding key government-wide statistical data and information about cities, counties, states and the nation just became markedly simpler with the activation of an enhanced MapsStats section of the FedStats Web site — http://www.fedstats.gov — a one-stop site for community stakeholders, journalists, researchers, students and everyday data users. The Web site was developed through a partnership between HUD, FedStats and the U.S. Census Bureau.
MapStats eliminates the need to search multiple sites to get information on births and deaths, income, poverty, housing, crime, employment, retail sales, education levels, travel time to work, minority owned firms, weather and many other community indicators. The website links two award-winning Internet applications to data and other information across federal agencies to provide easy access to the latest government statistics.
[Ed note: This site has been moved to https://www.usa.gov/statistics]
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