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Webinar: USA Trade Online and the FDLP

A live training webinar, "USA Trade Online and the FDLP," will be presented on February 10, 2015.

Register today for “USA Trade Online and the FDLP

  • Start time: 2:00 pm Eastern Time
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Speaker: Henock Kebede, U.S. Census Bureau (Economic Indicators Division, International Trade Macro Analysis Branch)
  • Learning outcomes: One of the benefits of being in the Federal Depository Library Program is having access to USA Trade Online, the official source for U.S. merchandise trade data. In this webinar, you will learn more about what USA Trade Online offers, such as the type of data provided and various functions of the database.
  • Expected level of knowledge for participants: No prerequisite knowledge required.

The webinar is free, however registration is required. Upon registering, a confirmation email will be sent to you. This registration confirmation email includes the instructions for joining the webinar.

Registration confirmations will be sent from sqldba @ icohere.com. To ensure delivery of registration confirmations, registrants should configure junk mail or spam filter(s) to permit messages from that email address. If you do not receive the confirmation, please notify GPO.

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