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    • Statewide IT policies and standards for North Carolina

    • 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014; 2015; 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019; 2020
    • This page includes the Statewide Information Security Manual, the Information Technology Security and Risk Management Charter which details responsibilities for various information technology security functions, and a matrix showing state laws...
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    • North Carolina Constitutions

    • 1663; 1664; 1665; 1666; 1667; 1668; 1669; 1670; 1671; 1672; 1673; 1674; 1675; 1676; 1677; 1678; 1679; 1680; 1681; 1682; 1683; 1684; 1685; 1686; 1687; 1688; 1689; 1690; 1691; 1692; 1693; 1694; 1695; 1696; 1697; 1698; 1699; 1700; 1701; 1702; 1703;...
    • This site links to the three iterations of the North Carolina Constitution - 1776, 1868, and 1971. In addition, this site links to information about the history of the various North Carolina Constitutions from the Institute of Government at the...
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    • N.C. Office of State Budget and Management results based budgeting

    • 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014; 2015; 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019; 2020
    • Provides a brief overview of the Office of State Budget and Management's results based budgeting measures for each state agency. Missions, goals, and services are compared with key progress indicators.
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    • Carolina Charter

    • 1663
    • The Charter of 1663, composed of four pages, marks the beginning of organized, representative government in the province of Carolina. In the 1580s, English adventurers had attempted to colonize the area now called North Carolina, but they had...
    • Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.
    • Union League of America Charter, March 26, 1867

    • 1867-03-26
    • A Charter given by the Union League of America that gives the listed members the right to be a council, known as the State Grand council of the U. L. of A. for the state of North Carolina. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican...
    • Edmunds, J. M.;

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