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Briefing Documents

Index of DC Office of Revenue Analysis Briefing Documents
Number Date Title Pages
2014-8 August 2014 Can professional services contribute as much to growth in DC’s economy in the future as it has over the past two decades? 2
2014-7 July 2014 For the past 2 years, DC Personal Income has grown more slowly than the US average.  Is this the new normal? 2
2014-6 June 2014 For hotels, this spring tourist season was about the same as last year. 2
2014-5 May 2014 A six-year perspective on the Great Recession’s impact on DC’s private sector jobs: more jobs, changing structure 2
2014-4 April 2014 Income Inequality in the District and the DC Tax System's Effect on the Income Gap 4
2014-3 March
2014
Revised data added 11,000 to DC's private sector, mostly in education and retail 2
2014-2 February 2014 DC revenues adjusted for inflation grew more slowly after the Great Recession 2
2014-1 January 2014 Jobs serving DC residents and tourists are a growing share of DC's private sector 2
2013-12 December 2013 With population nearing 650,000, DC looks a little more like a city-state 2
2013-11 November 2013 2
2013-10 October 2013 The percentage increase in DC's Personal  Income from 2001 to 2012 was 55% greater than the US average 2
2013-9 September 2013 Federal employment accounted for 24.5% of all DC income tax withheld from DC residents in 2011 2
2013-8 August 2013 Individual income tax trends from 2001 to 2011 reflect changes in DC's demographics, economy, and tax policies 2
2013-7 July 2013 Is DCs economy stalling? 2
2013-6 June 2013 From 1990 to 2010, federal civilian jobs fell 12.9% in the U.S. and 6.8% in DC -- but rose 26.7% in DC's suburbs 2
2013-5 May 2013

From 2000 to 2010, 80 percent of the increase in owner-occupied housing occurred in the central parts of the District

2
2013-4 April 2013 Since the US recession began in 2007, five sub-sectors have added almost 40,000 jobs in DC's private sector. 2
2013-3 March 2013 DC 5 years after the start of the Great Recession: more people, jobs, income -- and unemployment. 2
2013-2 February 2013 A key housing price index has rebounded back to 1.9% higher than its pre-recession peak. 2
2013-1 January 2013 Commuter bite out of income earned in DC is the smallest in 40 years. 2
2012-10 December 2012 Hotel stays are 6% higher than 5 years ago (right before the onset of the US recession). 2
2012-9 November 2012 DC gained 37,400 jobs since December 2007, but unemployment also rose by 12,452. 2
2012-8 October 2012 DC wage and salary income growth has slowed largely due to the impact of the federal sector. 2
2012-7 September 2012 Since the recesssion, the education and health sector has become the biggest source of job growth in DC. 2
2012-6 August 2012 62% of DC's population growth between 2000 and 2010 occurred in the city's inner core. 2
2012-5 July 2012 As percent of Personal Income, FY 2011 Individual Income tax revenue was below the 25-year average. 2
2012-4 June 2012 Assessed real property values relative to the size of DC's economy have fallen in the last two years. 2
2012-3 May 2012 Taxes on real property value and transactions accounted for 38% of FY 2011 DC tax revenues. 2
2012-2 April 2012 Over the past 25 years, annual inflation-adjusted DC tax revenue has increased 50%. 2
2012-1 January 2012 Potential federal goverment cutbacks cloud the outlook for DC's economy and revenues. 2
2011-7 November 2011 The number of DC income tax filers increased by 45,000 (18%) from 2004 to 2009. 2
2011-6 October 2011 Medicaid enrollment in the District of Columbia increased rapidly during the recession. 2
2011-5 September 2011 Decline in lower-paying jobs helps to explain DC's high unemployment rate. 2
2011-4 July 2011 Over the past decade, total wages earned by DC residents increased substantially. 2
2011-3 June 2011 Services contributed about as much as the federal government to DC job growth over the past 4 years. 2
2011-2 May 2011 DC seems poised to continue the past decade's gains in housing units, households, and population. 2
2011-1 April 2011 DC's private sector employment at pre-recession level. 2