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Commerce Department Seeks Business Incentives Database

ComputerPointerThe National Institute of Standards and Technology has asked for concepts from industry to develop a database for helping domestic- and foreign-based companies make investments in the U.S.

The Commerce Department issued a solicitation on Wednesday for sources of a web-based state business incentives database to facilitate and retain business investments under the SelectUSA program.

SelectUSA works to coordinate investment-related resources and operations within the department and across federal agencies.

Commerce also has asked interested companies to submit information on a portal that will serve to provide unlimited public access for one year and describe existing business incentives in the U.S.

The database to have an application programming interface to display applications and features on a website, the solicitation says.

Commerce also intends for the State Business Incentives database to receive updates and validation at least every six months.

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