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A&I Customer Satisfaction Survey Results

We would like to express our gratitude to so many who have taken the time to provide feedback on the Wyoming Department of Administration & Information’s Customer Satisfaction Survey.  Positive or negative, the feedback informs what we do, helps us to build on our strengths and remediate our deficiencies.

The survey had 1,630 total responses and was open from May 25th to June 6, 2023 . Please view the results here.

Summary of New 2020 Census Data on Age, Sex, Households, and Housing 

Nearly half of Wyoming households are married couple families, while about 30% are singles. More... 

May Economic Indicators

The May 2023 issues of the Wyoming, Cheyenne, and Casper Economic Indicators reports are now available. These reports contain the Wyoming Economic Health Index (WEHI), a coincident economic indicator designed to provide a current assessment of the state's, as well as Laramie and Natrona County's economy.

Wyoming Economic Indicators     |     Cheyenne Economic Indicators     |     Casper Economic Indicators


A new edition of “JUST THE FACTS” has been released by the State of Wyoming, Economic Analysis Division.  The updated 2022 publication provides an easily accessible collection of statistics, presenting a broad range of quality of life factors in Wyoming.  Information categories include demography, education, the economy, transportation, housing, geography, tourism, agriculture, tax environment, and crime & law enforcement.  The data displays facts for the most recent period for Wyoming, its ranking relative to other states, and the change from the previous period. More...

Budget and Financial Data Reporting for State and Local Government Entities

The Wyoming Department of Administration & Information is collecting links to public financial information from state and local government entities. Please fill out your government entity's information here.

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.