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The United States, Canada and Mexico created a common industrial classification system to facilitate economic analyses of the three North American countries. The result, the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), replaces the former industrial classification systems of the three countries. A complete discussion of the NAICS system can be found at the U.S. Bureau of Census's North American Industry Classification System.
AutoNAICS is an electronic version of the 2002 North American Industry Classification System Manual (updated to 2007), the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification Manual, and tools for comparing the two.
AutoNAICS is password protected and available for download by authorized Bureau of Labor Statistics and state employment service personnel only. Please read and follow these steps carefully.
1. Review How to Install AutoNAICS, in pdf, for notes on installing the software package.
2. Download one of three self-extracting executable program for your environment to a temporary directory on your hard drive. These files WILL NOT overwrite existing shared or personal note files. See Shared & Personal Notes files for details.
For Stand-Alone PCs: Use this option to install a complete version of AutoNAICS on your stand-alone PC.
AutoNAICSpcv2.1.7.exe (Program Version 2.1.7 with 5-01-2002 Database)
For Local Area Network Server and Client Installations: Use this option to install a complete version of AutoNAICS on your Local Area Network or one of its Client PCs.
AutoNAICSnetv2.1.7.exe (Program Version 2.1.7 with 5-01-2002 Database)
For Update Only: Use this option to update your current version of AutoNAICS without removing the older version or performing a complete installation. This exe file updates an existing version of the AutoNAICS program and database files to the latest available.
AutoNAICSupdatesv3.1.3.exe (Program Version 3.1.3 with 1-24-2008 Database)
3. Run the installation program from your Windows start menu according to the installation instructions. The password is provided separately by Bureau of Labor Statistics Regional Offices.
A Guide to Using AutoNAICS is a Microsoft Word document that explains how to use AutoNAICS.
See Troubleshooting AutoNAICS for answers to questions on AutoNAICS installation and technical problems.
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