Is the NSF survey of federal funds for research and development?
The document is designed as a reference for researchers and other users of data on R&D expenditures. In addition to definitions from National Science Foundation (NSF) surveys on R&D expenditures, the document includes definitions from regulatory, Federal procurement, and accounting sources.
What is the survey of state government research and development?
The Survey of State Government Research and Development measures the extent of R&D activity performed and funded by the governments of each of the nation’s 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico (collectively, states).
What are the results of the National Survey of recent college graduates?
The survey sampled individuals living in the United States who received their degree in the prior 2 or 3 academic years and were under age 76. Results from the NSRCG help data users understand and predict trends in education, employment opportunities, and salaries of recent graduates.
Are there any ongoing surveys by the Census Bureau?
The Census Bureau has many ongoing surveys of households and businesses in addition to the 2020 Census, such as the American Community Survey. This site provides answers about our surveys and who to contact for more information.
Why is the NSCG important to the Census Bureau?
The U.S. Census Bureau collects and processes the survey data for NSF. The NSCG has been conducted since the early 1970s and is the most important source of information on the education and career paths of the Nation’s college-educated population.
Is the Census Bureau required to keep your responses confidential?
The Census Bureau is required by law to keep your information confidential and can use your responses for statistical purposes only. Response to the survey is voluntary and failure to provide some or all of the requested information will not in any way adversely affect the respondent.
Where can I find the NSF are & D survey?
In addition to definitions from National Science Foundation (NSF) surveys on R&D expenditures, the document includes definitions from regulatory, Federal procurement, and accounting sources. International sources include manuals from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the System of National Accounts.