District of Columbia Chambers of Commerce promote economic development and business activity. The members are local District of Columbia businesses. Chambers of Commerce maintain a number of different business records, including lists of their members, meeting minutes, business development policies and agendas, and membership fee documents. Chambers of Commerce operate at the federal, District of Columbia State, and local District of Columbia level, and they may provide online access to District of Columbia business records.
District Of Columbia Chamber Of Commerce Washington DC 506 9th Street Northwest 20004 202-347-7201
Washington DC Visitors Bureau Washington DC 212 New York Avenue Northeast 20002 202-789-7000
District of Columbia Clerk's Offices maintain public records for the District of Columbia or local government. As part of their responsibilities, Clerk's Offices also keep District of Columbia business records. These records can include District of Columbia business permits and licenses, business taxes, accounting records, public meeting minutes, and memoranda, as well as any complaints made about the business. Clerk's Offices in District of Columbia , DC may also have records on business ownership and the history of the business. Business records can be requested online through the Clerk's Office website.
District Of Columbia Clerk Washington DC 430 E Street Northwest 20001 360-577-3016
District of Columbia Archives collect and preserve documents and other records that have historic value. Many archives are housed within libraries or even private businesses, and they may contain District of Columbia business records. These records can include charters and founding documents, meeting minutes, contracts, accounting records, District of Columbia business permits and licenses, and business policies. Some businesses run their own archives, or provide historical business records to an archive for preservation. Archives may provide online access to their business records.
District of Columbia Recruiting and Records Archive Washington DC 2000 14th Street Northwest 20009 202-442-9700
District of Columbia Vital Records Archive Washington DC 825 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-671-5000
United States Government National Archive Washington DC Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest 20001 202-357-5110
Washington American Catholic Archive Washington DC 620 Michigan Avenue Northeast 20064 202-319-5065
Washington DC Archive Washington DC 3015 4th Street Northeast 20017 202-269-2561
Washington DC Data Archive Washington DC 304 C Street Northeast 20002 202-546-6653
Washington DC National Archive Washington DC 700 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest 20408 202-357-5222
Washington DC Postal Records Archive Washington DC 100 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-393-4695
Washington DC Public Records Archive Washington DC 1300 Naylor Court Northwest 20001 202-671-1105
Washington DC Vital Records Archive Washington DC 899 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-442-9303
Washington Smithsonian Institution Archive Washington DC 600 Maryland Avenue Southwest 20024 202-633-1000
District of Columbia Consumer Affairs Departments are responsible for protecting consumers from fraud, unfair business practices, and injury from unsafe goods or services. As part of this job, Consumer Affairs Departments may provide public access to District of Columbia business records, including complaints against businesses, lawsuits against businesses, and investigation records. They may also issue certain District of Columbia business licenses and permits. Business records may be available on the Consumer Affairs Department website.
Washington DC Consumer Affairs Department Washington DC 1100 4th Street Southwest, 5211 20024 202-442-4400
Washington District of Columbia Consumer Affairs Department Washington DC 1625 I Street Northwest 20006 855-411-2372