BEA's economic accounts that display the value and composition of national output and the distribution of incomes generated in its production.
The statistics collected by the Bureau of Economic Analysis on aggregate economic activity in the United States.
The system used to record a nationâ€(tm)s total output and income.
Official U.S. accounts that track the level and composition of GDP and how the costs of production are distributed as income. (BEA)
Official U.S. accounts that detail the composition of GDP and how the costs of production are distributed as income. (Bureau of Economic Analysis)
National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA) use double-entry accounting to report the monetary value and sources of output produced in a country and the distribution of incomes that production generates. Data are available at the national and industry level.