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  • North Carolina Government Portal - Official State web site. Provides state-related information for citizens, visitors, and businesses about and available from state executive, judicial and legislative divisions, and elected officials and local governments.
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  • Division of Community Assistance - Assists local governments across the state with community development, economic development, smart growth management and downtown revitalization.
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  • Division of Water Quality - State government site providing information on regulations, regional offices, and wetlands restoration program.
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  • Eastern Carolina Council of Government - Provides an organizational mechanism for local elected officials to meet and deal with region-wide issues. Governments in the region, statistics, funding sources, transportation and water resources information, and grant writing tips.
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  • Lumber River Council of Governments - Serves as an administrative and service delivery arm for federal, state, regional, and local programs of its member governments. Board members, programs and activities, events, and member links.
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  • North Carolina Industrial Commission - Workers' Compensation site. Offers information to Tar Heel claimants, employers, insurance carriers, their attorneys, and other interested parties.
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  • North Carolina's Southeast - Detailed economic development information, maps, and photographs on building site selection and industrial incentives in Southeastern North Carolina.
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  • Office of the Secretary of State - Provides accurate and timely information and preserves documents and records. Posts corporations database, business license information, and certified safety professionals.
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  • State Board Of Examiners of Electrical Contractors - Certifies qualified individuals, issues licenses, and regulates persons engaging in electrical contracting within the State. Board members, staff directory, laws and rules, examinations, fees, and services.
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  • State Center for Health Statistics - SCHS collects, analyzes, and publishes North Carolina health statistics including vital records (births, deaths, marriages, and divorces), cancer, and birth defects.
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  • State Data Center - Consortium of state and local agencies. Provides links to information and assistance with using and interpreting data about the state and its component geographic areas.
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  • UNC Greensboro - Government Information and Documents - Provides links to state and local government, education, business, health and social services, travel, sports, law, statistics, employment, and news resources in the state. From the Jackson Library at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
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  • Western Piedmont Council of Governments - Serves local governments as a source of technical assistance and professional services. Governing board, local members, and programs and services.
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  • Wildlife Resources Commission - Regulates hunting, inland fishing, trapping and boating in the State. Information and instructions for licenses and permits, regulations, workshops, boating access area map, information on coexisting with wildlife.
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