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USAFacts: a non-partisan, not-for-profit civic initiative that uses publicly available government data sources to create a portrait of the American population, government finances, and government’s impact on society.

You will find:

The Big Picture – Total Revenue, Total Spending – See where the money comes from; see where the money goes

Finances – Find the financial details of how much money government makes, owes, as well as spending details on employees and services.

Population – Explore- America is a diverse nation made up of people from a wide variety of racial, ethnic and educational backgrounds.

Missions – the purposes of government as defined by the Constitution (USAFacts uses the Preamble of the US Constitution as a framework for data).

Reports – an annual report, a summary report, and a “10-K” modeled on the document public companies submit annually to the SEC for transparency and accountability to their investors.

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