STAT-USA Links to Sources. This University of Central Florida guide provides links to data sources which were used by the Department of Commerce to provide information on the STAT-USA website.
Export.gov and the Market Research page. Export.gov was created to provide better customer service for businesses interacting with the Federal Government. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration manages Export.gov as a collaborative effort with the 19 Federal Agencies that offer export assistance programs and services.
After more than 25 years of operation, STAT-USA is closing its doors. This was not an easy decision, but the world of access to government information has evolved to the point that STAT-USA’s business model, as a fee for service office, is no longer viable....
USA Trade Online will continue, provided by the Foreign Trade Division of the Census Bureau—a key source of STAT-USA data. All USA Trade Online subscription accounts will be handled directly by that agency, with no interruption to the customer.
STAT-USA/Internet (which includes all State of the Nation and GLOBUS & NTDB databases) and our syndication services will cease September 30, 2010.
We will do everything we can to help our customers with these changes, including pointing you to the source agency websites for all our data series. We are available by phone (1-800-STAT-USA) or email (email@example.com) until October 1 for any additional questions and concerns you may have.
It has been an honor to serve you.
Francine Krasowska, Director, STAT-USA