[Sacramento, California] : California Natural Resources Agency, [2014?]
Book — 1 online resource (19 pages). Digital: text file.
This action plan lays out our challenges, our goals and decisive actions needed now to put California's water resources on a safer, more sustainable path. While this plan commits the state to moving forward, it also serves to recognize that state government cannot do this alone. Collaboration between federal, state, local and tribal governments, in coordination with our partners in a wide range of industry, government and nongovernmental organizations is not only important -- it is essential. The input and contributions received from all of these partners throughout the drafting of this action plan have resulted in a comprehensive and inclusive plan.
Sacramento, CA : California Department of Finance, November 2011.
Book — 1 online resource (iv, 40 pages). Digital: text file.
The Current Population Survey (CPS) conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is the primary source of labor force data for the entire nation. Although labor force and unemployment information are central to the CPS, extensive data on the social, economic, and demographic characteristics of the population are also collected through supplemental questions in the Annual Social and Economic Survey (ASEC) each March. Estimates in this report are from the ASEC supplement to the Current Population Survey. Because the CPS is designed to produce national rather than state-level estimates, the data for states are not as reliable as those for the nation. To improve the precision of estimates for California, data from two consecutive years are combined in this report, and an average is derived (please consult Appendix G of the 2011 March supplement documentation for details on the construction of averages). These estimates, based on two-year averages, are intended to facilitate the examination of changes in the state over time