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I've always wondered

Can the government's economic books be cooked?

by Mitchell Hartman Jul 3, 2019
U.S. civil servants who collect and analyze statistics are effectively shielded from political pressure.
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U.S. to publish economic data on Puerto Rico for the first time

by Andy Uhler Mar 5, 2019
On foot of concerns that numbers from Puerto Rico itself could be flawed, the U.S. government is preparing to release gross domestic product data on the U.S. territory for the first time. We took a look at what the adjusted…
The U.S. government is going to release gross domestic product data on Puerto Rico for the first time because there's concern that numbers from the U.S.
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Steve Ballmer says numbers and facts still matter

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 21, 2017
The former Microsoft CEO created USAFacts so you can see where your tax dollars go.
"Every day the government will spend money or receive money from taxpayers or it won't. And ultimately, I think people really do care as budgets get prepared, as people like to keep their jobs," Steve Ballmer said.
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Bringing accountability to police through data

by Molly Wood Aug 26, 2014
How the use of data collection and analysis tools could improve policing.
Raising the Debt Ceiling

Good enough for government data

by David Gura Oct 17, 2013
We lost two weeks of government data -- data that let economists know what to study and data that helps farmers know what to plant.