Louisiana.gov contains a comprehensive online directory of services. This
directory is provided to citizens and businesses in an effort to help
them more effectively serve the public interest. Services include licenses and permits, certifications, registrations, filings, publications, e-mail offerings, databases, and information resources: online, by mail order/phone, and facility-based.
This section includes an index of Louisiana state agencies, sorted both alphabetically and by department, and a dynamic organization chart of state government entities including higher education. The explanation of the separation of powers among the branches of Louisiana state government is adapted directly from the state constitution.
Business in Louisiana is diversifying quickly, and Louisiana.gov has links to resources that can keep firms informed on how best to develop their enterprise within the state. Employment listings are available online, both for job seekers and employers looking to hire in Louisiana. Doing business with the state is more transparent with contract listings, a vendor center, commodity code listings, and other resources that are now available online.
Explore Louisiana's culture, education, demographics, and geography. We are known for having one of the most unique cultural experiences in America. Educational resources are listed along with facts about the state which are helpful for student research papers. Louisiana.gov also hosts official statistics and geographic information from the Louisiana Census Data Center.
The Road Home program is the largest single housing recovery program in U.S. history. It is designed to provide compensation to Louisiana homeowners affected by Hurricanes Katrina or Rita for the damage to their homes..
The mission of the LRA has 5 areas of focus: securing funding and resources, establishing redevelopment policies, leading planning efforts, oversight in the investment of funding, and communicating status and needs of the recovery.