This category is for the listing of regional government, law and military information (e.g. Branches of Government, Law, Military, Taxes).
A Parliament body responsible for producing financial statements regarding annual and special budgetary reports of the Barbados government and its expenditure.
Guide and country information resource. Gateway for announcements by Barbados' oversees diplomats, cabinet ministries, and links.
Includes links, contact information for the various ministries, agencies, departments, and statutory boards along with official government press releases.
BLMIS is managed by the Manpower Research and Statistical Unit (MRSU) of the Ministry of Labour and Civil Service. Features: job search, job-posting, career improvement information, and current job market information.
The BSS provides census data and community development information on employment, tourist arrivals, industrial production, economics, demographics, tables of statistics, and data sets for Barbados.
Maintains the administration of the resident judicial court system and provides information on both the lower Magistrate's Court, and the Supreme Court. Includes searchable key judgements, speeches, and records branch.
Provides information about the bank, monetary policy and island links.
List of government officials and their titles, updated weekly. Also includes the head of the central bank, ambassadors to the United States and Permanent Representatives to the UN, New York.
A government department dealing with coastal environmental protection. Features: legislative regulations, public outreach events, and educational tools on conservation and environmental protection.
Empowering Communities in Barbados, the Ministry of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment, Urban and Rural Development.
Responsible for administration of copyright, trademark, and intellectual property rights. Includes an overview, forms, fees, FAQ and search facility online.
The Federal Trade Commission oversees fair business practices in Barbados. The site provides news updates and public announcements.
Government agency responsible for disseminating suspected money laundering activity. Includes details of cooperation with Financial Action Task Forces, local legislation, current regulatory recommendations, and other press releases.
Official site covers the monarch's role and the history of the monarchy; gives biographies of the Royal Family, and overview as Head of State of Barbados.
Featuring links to various pieces of legislation for Barbados by The World Law Guide.
a department agency tasked with maintaining historic buildings, national monuments; and the country's recreational areas such as public parks, public gardens, and beaches.
Official site provides HIV/AIDS information to health professionals, the general public and the media. Includes the Strategic Plan, programmes, partners, documents and resources.
A government corporation responsible for sourcing affordable housing for needy Barbadians. The Corporation maintains and facilitates various housing tenements, transferrals of the government (Crown lands) to the public for housing, or small public loans to fund purchases. Includes: overview of government mandates, legislative acts empowering the body, list of government developments, news releases, and house design samples.
OPSR, a department agency tasked with reforming the public sector including the integration of information technology throughout all parts of the Barbados government. Statistics on programmes in progress, news updates, other publications.
Deals with constitutional affairs and judicial system of the country, civil and criminal law, prosecutions, and rehabilitation of offenders. Contains information about the legal and court systems, forms, rules, and prison service.
Legislative body of the Government of Barbados.
The Telecommunications Unit is an agency, directly responsible to the Ministry of Finance, Investment, Telecommunications and Energy, that regulates most of Barbados' mass communications - radio, television, wire, satellite and cable.
Information on the Barbados National Insurance Scheme and benefit contribution system. Site provides information on National Insurance, how the system is administered, and rates and allowances.
Barbados-based “hybrid” organisation with security forces from around the Caribbean that comprise of both military and police personnel who remain under the command of their respective forces.
A department of the Barbados government responsible for the approval of building structure plans.
Contains news, legislations and department overview.
Annotated compendium of online sources providing access to primary documents, legal commentary and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics.
Hyperlinked encyclopaedia article about the Prime Minister of Barbados.
Catalog and search facilities for over 500 databases from 55 countries including case-law, legislation, treaties, law reform reports, law journals, and other materials.
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