4/27 - Providing additional guidance for food service establishments, bowling alleys, and theaters in response to COVID-19 ; 4/23 - Providing guidance for reviving a healthy Georgia in response to COVID-19 ; 4/2 - Issuing a statewide shelter in place to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Related article: The Boeing Crashes: A Brief Guide to What’s Happened - https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/business/boeing-737-crashes.html ;
3/27/19 Senate hearing - info. at: https://www.commerce.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2019/3/the-state-of-airline-safety-federal-oversight-of-commercial-aviation
Press release, on BusinessWire:
jpg, high-resolution map showing the 20 cities can be found directly at:
Official Target Corp. website for data breach, Nov.-Dec.2013, in which personal info. & data from at least 40 million (and possibly up to 100 million) of its customers was . FREE credit monitoring as well as identity theft protection will be offered; check this site for more details in the coming weeks. Customers can also call Target at: 866-852-8680 if they think there has been unauthorized account activity on their card.
Released 2/13/2012. 256 pgs. The Appendix, Analytical Perspectives, and Historical Tables are issued separately and are included on this site. Also available as an app. - to access on a mobile device, go to: http://m.gpo.gov/budget
Report, Aug. 2011 - "United States of America long-term rating lowered to 'AA+' on political risks and rising debt burden : outlook negative". Thanks to Georgetown Univ. Law Library for providing the link from their archive.
Library has 1040 booklets, and forms/booklets for: 1040A ; 1040EZ ; 1040NR ; 1040NR-EZ - and Georgia tax booklets (includes form) - on 2nd floor East, near the elevators. For more info, click on link (to page on the Government Information Research Guide).
Dynamic maps for credit card and mortgage delinquencies (by county) plus state-level data. Also, state data for subprime and Alt-A mortgage loans (57 statistics - including % in foreclosure, % ARM loans.
Extensive list of foreclosure sources, from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Note that "Delinquency Trend Data" is from Credit Conditions of the United States (see separate listing) and that Vacancy