The Census is a great source for economic and financial data at all levels (country, state and local government, business and trade and individual or consumer):
Providing the most timely, relevant, and accurate economic accounts data in an objective and cost-effective manner:
Specific agencies also collect economic, among other, data related to their missions:
On the state level, the market value of goods and services is called the Gross State Product (GSP): at the metropolitan or city level, this measure it referred to as the Gross Regional Product (GRP). To find state and regional level data, it is available from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and through the governing body (State, County or City government).