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Public Records

Access to Public Records
The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation (“Agency”) adheres to the Access to Public Records Act, R.I. Gen. Laws § 38-2-1, et. seq., (“APRA” or the “Act”).

APRA Policy
Public Records Request Form
Quasi-Public Corporations Accountability & Transparency Act

Reports and Financial Statements

The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation is a quasi-public organization funded primarily through an appropriation from the Rhode Island General Assembly.

Independent Audit Reports

FY 2017
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation
Performance Audit
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation Listing of Revenue Bonds and Notes

FY 2016
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation Listing of Revenue Bonds and Notes

FY 2015
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation Listing of Revenue Bonds and Notes

FY 2014
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation
I-195 Commission

FY 2013
Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation

Commerce Corporation Financial Reports

FY2019 Q1
Q1 Consultant Report

FY2018 Q4
Annual Consultant Report FY 2018
Q4 Consultant Report

FY2018 Q3
Q3 Consultant Report
Q3 Unaudited Financials

FY2018 Q2
Q2 Consultant Report
Q2 Unaudited Financials

FY2018 Q1
Q1 Consultant Report
Q1 Unaudited Financials

FY2017 Q4
Annual Consultant Report FY 2017
Consultant Report
Commerce Corporation Incentive Programs Report FY 2017

FY2017 Q3
Consultant Report
Budget to Actual
Statement of Net Position
Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Position

FY2017 Q2
Consultant Report
Budget to Actual
Statement of Net Position
Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Position

FY2017 Q1
Consultant Report
Budget to Actual
Statement of Net Position
Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Position

FY2016 Q4
Annual Consultant Report FY 2016
Commerce Corporation Incentive Programs Report FY 2016
Consultant Report
Annual Report

FY2016 Q3
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual

FY2016 Q2
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual

FY2016 Q1
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual
Statement of Net Position
Statement of Revenue, Expenses and Changes in Net Position

FY2015 Q4
Annual Report FY 2015

FY2015 Q3
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual
Statement of Net Position
Changes in Net Position

FY2015 Q2
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual
Income Statement
Statement of Net Position

FY2015 Q1
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual
Income Statement
Change in Net Assets

FY2014 Q4
Annual Performance Report
Annual Consultant Report FY 2014
Budget vs. Actual
Statement of Net Assets
Change in Net Assets Statement

FY2014 Q3
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual
Statement of Net Assets
Change in Net Assets Statement

FY2014 Q2
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual
Statement of Net Assets
Change in Net Assets Statement

FY2014 Q1
Consultant Report
Budget vs. Actual
Statement of Net Assets
Change in Net Assets Statement

Bylaws and Statutes
RFP/RFQ/RFI

The Commerce Corporation is committed to selecting the most qualified vendors for its projects in accordance with state purchasing procedure. Information about open requests for proposals or other opportunities are listed below.

Request for Proposals (RFP)

RIAC Direct Placement Bonds
Investment Banking and Underwriting Services Addendum
Investment Banking and Underwriting Services
Opportunity Zones Advisory Addendum
Opportunity Zones Advisory

Request for Quotations (RFQ)

Economic Feasibility and Analysis Consulting Services Addendum

Request for Expression of Interest (RFEI)

There are no open requests at this time.

Operating Budgets
Strategic Pathways

From 2015 – 2016, the Raimondo Administration commissioned the Brookings Institute’s Metropolitan Policy Program, Battelle Technology Partnership Practice (now TEConomy Partners, LLC) and Monitor Deloitte to conduct a comprehensive competitive analysis of the state’s economy. The conclusions of this study, released in January 2016, helped shape the Commerce Corporation’s strategy to reposition Rhode Island’s economy and guided staff in deploying the state’s new economic development tools.

Rhode Island innovates: A competitive strategy for the Ocean State error

Industrial Recreational Building Authority (IRBA)
Rhode Island Industrial Facilities Corporation (RIIFC)
Small Business Loan Fund Corporation (SBLFC)

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