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We publish performance reports for the wide variety of North Carolina economic development incentive programs managed by our Department. Browse the entire library below, or use the search tools to filter your results to either a particular program, such as our Job Development Investment Grant (JDIG) or a type or category of report.

This document serves as the application form for local governments to request a grant from the North Carolina Motorsports Relief Fund. 

Periodically, the Department invites the public to comment on various administrative plans or proposals.

Currently, the State of North Carolina is seeking comments on the Recovery Housing Program Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2021 and Fiscal Year 2022.

This comment period will be open from July 8, 2022 through July 22, 2022.

This document contains the current guidelines for North Carolina's Esports Industry Grant.  More information about the program is available from SportsNC, the state's sports venue promotion unit.

This document contains the current guidelines for North Carolina's Film and Entertainment Grant.  More information about the program is available from the N.C. Film Office.

This document contains the current guidelines for North Carolina's Utility Account, part of the state's Industrial Development Fund and used to fund infrastructure in the state's rural communities.

This document provides the 2022 schedule for publishing Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) and Current Employment Statistics (CES) for the United States, North Carolina as a whole (statewide statistics), and sub-state (local) areas.

Release dates are on Fridays, unless noted otherwise.

Publication time is 8:30 a.m. for the U.S. release, which is published by the federal government.  Statewide and local area releases are released by our office at 10:00 a.m. on publication days.

This report examines North Carolina’s opportunity with the offshore wind (OSW) industry,  with a particular emphasis on the industry's supply chain needs and the state's position and potential manufacturing role in the industry.  The North Carolina Department of Commerce commissioned the report, which was researched and produced by BVG Associates and a team of experts from Lloyds Register Energy Americas, Timmons Group, and North Carolina State University and its NC Clean Energy Technology Center.

This document summarizes the findings from an analysis of North Carolina's 2018-2028 employment projections, published by the Department and its Labor & Economic Analysis Division (LEAD).

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