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Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued the following response after the House Committee on Oversight and Reform’s vote to subpoena documents surrounding Secretary Ross’s decision to reinstate the citizenship question to the 2020 Decennial Census: “The Department remains committed to an open and responsive relationship with the Committee and has been nothing but cooperative with the...

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Budget The U.S. Department of Commerce's FY 2020 Budget requests $12.2 billion in discretionary funding, an $766 million or 7 percent increase from the FY 2019 enacted level. The FY 2020 Budget Request prioritizes and protects investments in core government functions such as executing the 2020 decennial census, enforcing our trade laws and taking steps to combat unfair trading practices; providing...

Statement from Secretary Ross on the President’s Budget: “A New Foundation for American Greatness”

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“The President’s budget restores the federal government’s accountability to American families and American taxpayers while renewing the focus on our core missions. At Commerce, the budget will increase efficiency and strengthen important functions that keep us safe, defend against unfair trade practices, and promote growth and innovation. I look forward to working with the rest of the...

Statement from the Department of Commerce on the President’s America First Budget Blueprint

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The President’s America First Budget Blueprint begins the important task of streamlining government and making it more efficient. It does this while protecting the Department of Commerce’s core missions and directing tax dollars to where the federal government can have the most impact for all Americans. The Blueprint prioritizes and protects investments that put America first. 
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