Downloading Report

Downloading Report

To get to the reporting page use the link in the main navigation called “Reporting” It takes the page a moment to load while your data is populating the report. Use the download button and the PDF will open in another window.   Use the download controls in your browser to download your report.
I know there are more artists in my community than are reported in the data. Doesn’t that fact skew the Index results?

I know there are more artists in my community than are reported in the data. Doesn’t that fact skew the Index results?

The counts of artists and others holding creative industry jobs in a community are not census-type numbers. Rather, the employment numbers in the CVI are estimates built on a sample survey technique. Artist employment is difficult to capture because artists are frequently not employed full time in their professions as artists and thus often do not show up on surveys of full-time employees. Artists sometimes appear as part-time employees in non-art professions—jobs in which they actually participate but with which they do not necessarily identify as a profession. In spite of these limitations, the CVI compensates for the possible underreporting … Continued
Granting Data

Granting Data

Data provider: National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASSA) Website: http://www.nasaa-arts.org/ Updated Quarterly in January, March, June, and September What you need to know (Please read below if you believe your region is missing granting data in the CVSuite) The CV™Suite includes grant data from The National Endowment for the Arts Final Descriptive Report, which shows the number and amount of grants awarded in the United States. Final Descriptive Reporting is a reporting process specific to state art and regional arts organizations, funded by the NEA’s Partnership grant. Because the methods for reporting grants vary from state to state the data can … Continued
Nonprofit Methodology Change 2015

Nonprofit Methodology Change 2015

04/28/2017   Summary: Recent changes at the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS) in 2016 has delayed the release of the I990 Core PC data which is the main source for CVSuite’s nonprofit data. In order to avoid delays in CVSuite’s data update, we investigated other sources for nonprofit revenues data. We researched a new methodology that is equally comparable to the I990 Core PC data that uses the same data source NCCS uses to create the I990 Core PC file. Nonprofit revenues data originates from the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) financial files, a collection of I990 filings from all nonprofit businesses throughout the US. … Continued
Granting map data

Granting map data

What data is on granting map – Granting Map shows your state’s Final Descriptive Reporting data, as submitted to the National Endowment for the Arts. When first visiting the granting map, you will see the region selected displayed on the map – if your region consists of more than one selected region, the map displays all of the regions. There are instances in which all regions in the region selected may not have granting data available. In this case the map will only show the areas in which granting data is available. Scrolling down on the page to the table – you can see the … Continued
Industry Earnings

Industry Earnings

Industry Earnings data is arrived at by aggregating the compensation paid for the labor of all workers in a given industry. The compensation comes from three areas: Wages and salaries paid to all workers in a given industry. Supplements to wages and salaries such as employer contributions to employee pension and insurance funds. Proprietor earnings. The data is reported as average earnings per job. In some public data sources, such as Bureau of Labor Statistics’ SPI/LPI and QCEW, Industry Earnings are called “wages.”    Industry Earnings data on dashboard         Industry Earnings data on datasets       Industry Earnings … Continued
Industry Sales

Industry Sales

Industry Sales data, which is often referred to as Industry Revenue, is arrived at by multiplying the price at which goods or services are sold by the number of units sold. Industry Sales data represents the estimated amount of money that companies in a given industry receive during a specific period. This estimate is adjusted for discounts and deductions for returned merchandise.   Industry Sales in Dashboard   Industry Sales in Datasets     Industry Sales in Reporting
Release Notes 2017.1 – 05/28/2017

Release Notes 2017.1 – 05/28/2017

New Features: Added 2015 Year Two new NAICS codes Data Updates: All occupation data updated with new version (2011-2015) All industry data updated with new version (2011-2015) All grant data updated with recent FDR reporting (2011-2015) Nonprofit data is the same. Current Data Versions: Name Source Source Version Available Years Industry Jobs Industry Earnings Industry Sales Occupation Data Granting Data Nonprofit Data CVI Index EMSI EMSI EMSI EMSI NASAA NCCS WESTAF 2017.1 2017.1 2017.1 2017.1 May 2016 2014 – 2011-2015 2011-2015 2011-2015 2011-2015 2011-2015 2011-2014 2011-2014   Notes: New NAICS and SOC codes are not retroactively added to past years. … Continued
Release Notes 2014.4 – 04/14/2015

Release Notes 2014.4 – 04/14/2015

New Features: Ability to toggle between data versions! This feature is helpful for users who are in the middle of reporting and need access to the previous version to complete a report. Transitioned to new NAICS code definitions Data Updates: All occupation data updated with new version (2011-2013) All industry data updated with new version (2011-2013) All grant data updated with new version (2011-2013) CVI methodology updated with electronic stores sales (2011-2013) Only 29.2% of NAICS 443142 electronic stores is designated as creative Some NAICS codes were removed and new NAICS were added as part of the NAICS transition Current Data Versions Name Source … Continued