This category is only for State Agencies of the State of Rhode Island. For candidates for state office, political parties and interest groups operating at the Rhode Island state level, and resources for voters, and activists, see Rhode Island: Society and Culture: Politics For other types of business associations see Rhode Island: Business and Economy: Organizations
State government office charged with assisting municipalities provides directories of Rhode Island's 39 city and towns, local officials, local economic and census information, timing of meetings, and links to local websites. Also includes information on state aid and grants to municipalities.
Agency builds, operates and maintains computer systems that manage information for such state government and maintains library collections, online catalogs, and directories.
Information about voter registration, election schedules and results, qualifying as a candidate, campaign finance, and other aspects of the election process.
Provides resources and information designed to assist state residents in understanding, complying with, and benefiting from child support regulations.
Implements and enforces of state laws mandating regulation and licensing of designated businesses, professions, occupations, and other specific activities.
Information about state labor standards, workers' compensation, unemployment insurance, workforce development programs and services, and other topics related to employment.
Information on how to do business with the state government.
Provides links to regulations, forms, newsletters, information and electronic filing.
Information about natural and manmade hazards in the state, emergency preparedness, and disaster assistance.
Organization information, including association meetings, membership, and reports on safety and other professional concerns.
Directories of state agency websites, elected and appointed officials, and other information resources.
Charged with preparing and maintaining plans for the physical, economic, and social development of the state.
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