The District of Columbia offers a wide variety of incentives for businesses looking to locate or expand their business in the nation's capital. As the District's lead economic agency, The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development encourages you to pursue those incentives and programs that best fit your business.
On March 24, the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) held "March Madness", a pre-solicitation event to announce upcoming community development projects in the District of Columbia.
The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), and Department of General Services (DGS) and the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) on February 2, 2017, held a community update meeting on the McMillan Construction Project.
DMPED held it's first community engagement workshop in the OurRFP process for the redevelopment of the District-owned site located at 261 17th Street SE in the Hill East neighborhood. Eastern Branch Boys and Girls Club/OurRFP
DMPED is using economic data to drive positive change and build good government for District of Columbia residents. Explore our interactive dashboard and check out the latest tool released " DMPED Delivering Tracker" here.
Mayor Bowser and DMPED released "Pathways to Inclusion", the District's first-ever report on the current state of inclusion in our tech economy.
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The DMPED Real Estate Project Pipeline provides our stakeholders with real time updates on the status of real estate projects located across the District of Columbia.