News & Notifications

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2020 Census

It has never been easier to respond to the 2020 Census, whether online, by phone, or by mail - all without having to meet a census taker. We encourage Wyoming residents to self-respond as soon as possible. Go to or call 1-844-330-2020 and cross it off your TO DO list today.

Risk Management News

Each year, State Risk Management is mandated by law to produce an annual report for the Governor and Legislature. After looking at the data from the most recent annual report, the number of claims involving State vehicles has dropped significantly in the last three fiscal years. For more information, check out the Annual Report here.

Economic Analysis Division helps lead Wyoming 2020 Census Effort

Wyoming’s 2020 Census effort has a new information hub hosted by A&I’s Economic Analysis Division (EAD). The page is online at, 2020 Census Wyoming Counts.

The Division’s work on the 2020 Census underscore’s Govornor Mark Gordon’s commitment to ensure an accurate count for the state. The state’s overall awareness effort is being led by the Wyoming Complete Count Committee, which includes state and local designees.

The EAD web page has links to local Complete Count committees as well as links to job opportunities for people who will do door-to-door fieldwork.

Designated Public Records Persons for Governmental Entities

To assist the public in obtaining public records, a List of Designated Public Records Persons for Governmental Entities is maintained by A&I according to Wyoming Statute 16-4-202(e) of the Wyoming Public Records Act.

To register as a designated public records person, please click on the following Designated Public Records Person Form. All forms and Rules are available on the A&I Public Records Page.

Governor Gordon Launches Budget Transparency Website

Governor Mark Gordon has announced the launch of Wyoming Sense, a budget transparency website that offers the public an easy way to access information about his recommended state budget.

Site visitors can dive into the allocation of dollars to all state agencies and gain an understanding of the different funding streams that each utilizes. The Governor sees the website as a valuable tool for taxpayers, allowing them to better understand how public funds are used.

Wyoming Sense can be accessed at