New Federal Government Publications and Websites

Unruly passenger, opens a new window data from the Federal Aviation Administration. Over 5,000 in 2021 alone.

One of the most important results of the 2020 Census is apportionment to determine how many seats in the U.S. House of Representatives each state will get (learn more about apportionment, opens a new window). Each state can redraw its state Senate and state House districts to reflect any new information from the Census. See current information on Georgia redistricting at the website of the Legislative and Congressional Reapportionment Office, opens a new window

Vax Up Fulton!, opens a new window Fulton County CoVid vaccine information page. Fulton County free CoVid testing, opens a new window information page. Visualize the progress of vaccinations, opens a new window nationwide. CDC county-level, opens a new window data tracker. State of Georgia CoVid, opens a new window information and resources. Weekly Fulton County epidemiology reports, opens a new window.

Portal to Federal resources related to COVID-19 and homelessness, opens a new window from the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness.

The Census Flows Mapper, opens a new window is a web mapping application that shows county-to-county migration flow with data covering 2006 through 2019.

The latest information on the health of the Social Security trust fund, opens a new window (official name: Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance). 

It's FAFSA time for seniors! Even if you aren't sure you'll go to college, fill out a FAFSA, opens a new window anyway. It's free. It’s not too late to fill out the 2021-22 FAFSA form, opens a new window if your circumstances have changed. It’s possible that you’ve missed deadlines for aid from your state or school, but the federal FAFSA deadline for 2021–22 is June 30, 2022. Read more about the impact of CoVid-19 on the FAFSA process, opens a new window

Covid-19 in the news Fulton County epidemiology reports, opens a new windowGeorgia Department of Public Health Daily Status Report, opens a new windowHHS Protect Public Data Hub, opens a new window, collects data from hospitals nationwide. CDC COVID-19 Data Tracker, opens a new windowGovernment Response to Coronavirus, opens a new window, key pages gathered by

Atlanta region eviction tracker, opens a new window. This tracker, created by the Atlanta Regional Council, runs once a week, pulling data on legal evictions in metro area counties. Data is then merged with Census data to give percentages of evictions by census tract. 

Atlanta Police Department weekly crime data, opens a new window. This kind of data is the source for the Uniform Crime Reports, opens a new window

The only truly free credit report, opens a new window, provided by The Fair Credit Reporting Act. Beware of imposter sites.   Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion are offering free weekly online reports during the pandemic. Also, in connection with various settlements, Equifax is making at least six additional free Equifax credit reports each year available online to U.S. consumers on until December 31, 2026. These reports are included in the free weekly Equifax credit reports currently offered on

USAJOBS , opens a new windowveterans may search for jobs using only their MOS codes. Jobs that appear will include "Compatible Military Assignments" under the "Qualifications" section. MOS codes may also be used on the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration's My Next Move, opens a new window page for veterans.

Latest unemployment rates, opens a new window from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. See Georgia's , opens a new windowcurrent unemployment rate (bottom of page, left-hand side).

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