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The Department of Economic and Community development is delighted to be offering the online Business Answers program! The one-stop shopping feature allows an individual to find everything they need to start a business with a simple click of the mouse thus eliminating the need to visit or call multiple state agencies
Through a series of questions asked by a virtual Business Licensing Assistant, potential entrepreneurs drill down to specific registrations and permit forms required to operate a specific type of business in the State of Maine. Visitors will also find other useful business start-up resources as well, including relevant information, helpful publications, and answers to frequently asked questions.
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The State Bureau of Investigations, with the collaboration of the Department of Public Safety, has placed Public Criminal Record Requests online! As a subscriber, you may request an individuals criminal record by simply entering their first name, last name and date of birth. You may request that the results be sent to you via email or through postal mail and the results may be returned within two hours. If a record has not yet been added to the system, this request may require manual intervention and could take up to 12 weeks.
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You are important to us. That is why were offering you a customizable option to make interacting with your government as easy as possible. Using MyMaine.gov, you can now customize your homepage to best serve you. In just a few easy steps, you may post your most frequently visited eGov services links, create government and personal reminders, get an up to date weather report, request email notifications when specific web pages change or are updated, receive press releases from one or multiple state agencies or offices, receive reminders when new eGov services launch, and establish a home page with the layout, color and format that is most pleasing to you.
The bottom line is that government information and services should be readily accessible and easy to remember. Using Internet technology, these things are now possible.
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Interactive Corporate Services has a new look. You now need only to visit one web page to search and download corporate filings, file online annual reports, create a preprinted annual report and find related services.