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Expanding U.S.-China Commercial Relations Remains a Top Priority

Fri, 2014-10-17 15:45

The U.S.-China commercial relationship remains one of great
success and growing potential, despite continuing challenges.

That’s the major takeaway after two weeks of heavy focus on
China at the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA).

It began with the DISCOVER
GLOBAL MARKETS: Greater China and Gateway Countries forum Oct. 7-8 in New
York City, during which our global team provided export guidance to more than 300
business representatives looking to export to the region.

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West Wing Week 10/17/14 or, "The Geography of Hope"

Fri, 2014-10-17 13:38

This week, the President continued to lead the federal Ebola response, met with members of the international coalition to degrade and destroy ISIL, and designated the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument.

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Humacyte Excited to Participate in Department of Commerce Trade Mission with Secretary Pritzker to Japan and South Korea

Fri, 2014-10-17 11:27

Guest blog post by Dr. Ted Lithgow, Chief Operating Officer,
Humacyte, Inc.

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President Obama Names Ron Klain to Coordinate the U.S. Response to Ebola

Fri, 2014-10-17 11:06

President Obama has asked Ron Klain to coordinate the government’s comprehensive response to Ebola. He will report to the President Obama’s Homeland Security Advisor Lisa Monaco and his National Security Advisor Susan Rice.
As former Chief of Staff to two Vice Presidents, Klain comes to the job with extensive experience in overseeing complex governmental operations and has good working relationships with leading Members of Congress as well as senior Administration officials.

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Digital Nation Report Shows Rapid Adoption of Mobile Internet Use

Thu, 2014-10-16 14:15

A report released today by the U.S. Commerce Department’s
National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) found
that Americans are rapidly embracing mobile Internet devices such as
smart phones and tablet computers for a wide range of activities beyond
just voice communications, such as checking email and using social
networks.
NTIA’s “Exploring the Digital Nation: Embracing the Mobile Internet,”
which is based on a U.S. Census Bureau survey in October 2012 of more

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National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Thu, 2014-10-16 00:00

Note: This blog is co-authored by Jerome Nash, Information Technology Specialist at SBA
“Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility”
With the rapid and amazing development of...

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Lending Money to Your Employee

Thu, 2014-10-16 00:00

From time to time, an employee going through a rough financial patch may turn to an employer for help. As member of your small business family—which is how many owners view their staff—you want to...

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Here's What You Need to Know About Our Response to Ebola Right Now:

Wed, 2014-10-15 18:33

Note: For updated information on the Administration's response to Ebola, please visit WhiteHouse.gov/Ebola-Response. 

President Barack Obama delivers a statement to the press after a meeting with cabinet agencies coordinating the government's Ebola response, in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Oct.15, 2014.

(Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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Advocating the Transformative Power of Commerce Data at NYC STRATA + Hadoop World Conference

Wed, 2014-10-15 15:45

Cross posted from ESA.govUnder Secretary Mark Doms participated in a high level data discussion this morning at the Strata+Hadoop World Conference in New York City.

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Chart of the Week: The Deficit Falls to Its Lowest Level Since 2007

Wed, 2014-10-15 13:01

A cornerstone of America’s 21st century foundation requires that we get our fiscal house in order for the long run, so we can afford to make investments that strengthen the middle class. That is why President Obama has made it a priority to enact policies that ensure our deficit, or the amount we spend that exceeds our revenues, doesn’t undercut our future.

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