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North Carolina Manual
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Published by the North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State, this official guide to state government describes state agencies, includes the state Constitution, and provides biographical information about public officials, including heads of state agencies, judges, legislators, and members of Congress from North Carolina. An electronic version is available on the Web site of the North Carolina Department of Secretary of State (http://www.secretary.state.nc.us/pubsweb/catalog/catalog2.htm).
Use this search engine to locate government information contained in web pages and databases of state agencies.
LINC (Log Into North Carolina)
Allows the user to generate reports on different topics for the state as a whole or for multiple geographic areas (counties, municipalities, etc.). Data are available from the 1970s to the present. Reports may be downloaded.
North Carolina Economic Development Information System
Employment, population, education, and other statistical information about North Carolina's 100 counties and 7 economic development regions, state comparisons, and industry profiles. From the NC Department of Commerce.