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Missoula’s Diversified Plastics, Inc. to Receive 2020 Exporter of the Year Award – Career Opportunities
“Diversified Plastics has demonstrated not only resilience but also growth during a time when the circumstances of the global economy have made it harder to achieve either and that’s certainly commendable,” said Commerce Director Scott...
“With these grants, the Department of Commerce continues to support the development of tourism and recreation projects, increasing visitors to our state and prompting economic growth and resiliency for many Montana communities,” said Commerce Director...
ARPA Infrastructure Advisory Commission (Water and Sewer Grants) to hold meeting July 27 – 9AM – Helena – State Capital and Online
During the July 27 meeting, the Commission will discuss public comments, review outreach activities, and summarize applications received.
Beginning yesterday and through August 9, 2021, Montanans may submit their public comment
“Native-owned and tourism-related businesses were hit especially hard by COVID-19,” Commerce Director Scott Osterman said. “As these businesses look ahead to a brighter future, they will be more prepared with the digital resources and tools...
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The Comeback Plan strives to boost the state’s economy, cuts taxes, roll back regulations, expand concealed carry of firearms and restrict access to abortion, among other social and fiscal policies.
Montana Department of Commerce Awards $25 Million of Infrastructure Grant Funding to 47 Montana Communities
“Commerce is proud to partner with Montana communities to ensure the affordability of important projects like these,” Commerce Director Scott Osterman said. “These grants will help local communities address infrastructure and public facility needs while...
“It is my strong sense that these cross-state moves in retirement are strongly motivated for financial reasons,” said Jaclyn Lambert, a spokesperson for HireAHelper.
The Montana Departments of Commerce and Public Health & Human Services announce the public comment period for the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development (Consolidated Plan)
The Consolidated Plan is developed every five years and helps the Montana Departments of Commerce and Public Health and Human Services assess affordable housing and community development needs to determine funding priorities and program structure...