[This] is a tremendous opportunity for the state to partner with the local economic development leaders to create a cluster of companies in the area that have an interest in military and law enforcement training, or firearm-related industries," said Jeffery Sayer, director of the Idaho Department of Commerce.
What does IDC stand for?
IDC stands for Idaho Department of Commerce
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The dedicated efforts of the Eagle Chamber of Commerce, the Idaho Department of Commerce and Idaho Economic Advisory Council Chairman and former Apple Computer executive C.
Department of Housing and Urban Development, the University of Idaho and the Idaho Department of Commerce.
Atlanta, GA * University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR * Idaho Department of Commerce, Boise, ID * University of Missouri, Columbia, MO FAST provides up to $100,000 per award to pay for outreach and technical assistance to science and technology-driven small businesses.
According to the Idaho Department of Commerce, this project has created $7.
Krissa Wrigley Analyst Idaho Department of Commerce
According to John Spicer, ON Semiconductor's Pocatello site manager, governmental incentives provided by the Idaho governor's office, the Idaho Department of Commerce, the City of Pocatello, Bannock County and the Bannock Development Corporation all played a role in the company's decision to invest and expand its operation in Pocatello.
Presentations were made by Choice and Summit executives as well as Carl Wilgus, administrator of the Idaho Department of Commerce & Labor's Division of Tourism.