FSIS collects various types of data on the Agency's activities. These data range from counts of regulated federal meat and poultry establishments to information on the total volume of meat and poultry slaughtered in regulated establishments.
These data are routinely summarized into high level reports produced to keep track of national and district level trends, as well as information for Agency planning and policy development.
This page contains summary reports of these data, as well as links to datasets. FSIS also posts a smaller subset of FSIS and USDA data on data.gov.
Analyses Conducted to Support Federal Register Issuances
To ensure that FSIS makes policy decisions on the best available science and data, the Agency often conducts data analyses, economic analyses, risk assessments and other reviews or assessments of available data prior to finalizing policy decisions and publishing Federal Register Notices. FSIS publishes this information on the Agency's website.
In addition to robust data collection activities supported by FSIS, the Agency also conducts various analyses of FSIS data and data from other federal partners. These analyses and reports are divided into a number of core areas, listed below.