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ATB: Data Tool Insights from ITA's Industry & Analysis

ATB: Data Tool Insights from ITA's Industry & Analysis Online

Wednesday, March 27, 2024
11:00am - 12:00pm Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
All Department of Commerce Staff

Join us for our next installment of the Around the Bureaus series, where the International Trade Administration's Data Analysis Team (Office of Trade and Economic Analysis) will talk about insights from Industry & Analysis’s data tools.

The Data Analysis Team publishes internal and public-facing data tools, and conducts quick-turn analysis to support the development of national trade policies. The team also administers the certificate program under the Export Trading Company Act, which provides antitrust preclearance for export joint ventures.

This will be a two-part presentation: first, the team will provide an overview examining the data tools for detailed profiles from 392 U.S. metropolitan areas. Next, they will discuss the Exporter Database Series and explore U.S. exporter profile data for small and medium-sized exporters.

For more information, please visit the Office of Trade and Economic Analysis (OTEA) page. 

About Around the Bureaus: This series showcases the diverse work of Department of Commerce employees, breaks down silos, and encourages cross-bureau collaboration. If you would like to participate in a future presentation, please reach out to the library for more information.

Registration is required. There are 9,971 seats available.

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