The New Mexico State Data Center is a partnership with the U. S. Census Bureau. The Data Center program is designed to facilitate Census data dissemination and understanding. By statute, the Economic Development Department is the lead agency for New Mexico. New Mexico’s network of SDC affiliates is administered by the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of New Mexico (BBER). The New Mexico State Library; and the New Mexico State University Economics & International Business Department are coordinating agencies in New Mexico’s State Data Center.
Welcome to the New Mexico Tourism Department’s industry website. This site is designed as a resource for anyone in the travel, tourism and hospitality and leisure industries, as well as for journalists seeking to visit New Mexico. Here you will find information about NMTD initiatives, research, public relations, partnership opportunities, journalist contacts and the “New Mexico True” brand. You will also find industry news and links to New Mexico in the headlines.
Every veteran in our region will be made aware of the resources available to those who desire to create or expand Veteran-Owned Businesses.
The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico (AICCNM) is a non-for-profit organization, established in 2000 to assist in the development and expansion of Native American Indian Tribes and Native-owned businesses.
Labor assistance for employers and those who are seeking work.
To solve national security challenges through scientific excellence.
Rio Arriba County will use its constitutional powers to provide for the safety, preserve the health, promote the prosperity and improve the morals, order, comfort and convenience of the inhabitants of Rio Arriba County. For more information, please visit:
Rio Arriba County Economic Development Department specific strategic objectives.
Española is quickly becoming the city at the center of it all in northern New Mexico. Rich in culture and history (Española was the first Capitol City in America), the city is also leading the way into the future on major issues including transportation, water planning, and more. Seated in the beautiful Española Valley between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Jemez Mountains, Española is a wonderful place to work, play, and to call home. Relax and enjoy your visit to our site, and let us know if we can be of help to you. We invite you to visit us and see just why there is so much to love about Española!
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council, Inc. (ENIPC, Inc.) is a nonprofit consortium, of the Tribal Governments of the Northern New Mexico Indian Pueblos of:
Nambe Pueblo, Picuris Pueblo, Pojoaque Pueblo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Ohkay Owingeh, Tesuque Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, and Taos Pueblo.