What is DINA?
The Development Information Network of Arkansas (DINA) is a project
of the Institute for Economic Advancement at the University of Arkansas
at Little Rock. The IEA's mission is to support statewide economic development
activities through research, information, service, training, and
DINA is managed by the IEA Web
Support Team, a full-service content provider that serves the needs of
the economic, industrial, and community development organizations within
Economic Development Information
DINA provides demonstrations of and education about new
technology, web page construction, storage, and maintenance for
communities and institutions.
DINA includes information about the state of Arkansas, its cities,
utilities, universities, and nonprofit organizations involved in the
economic development efforts for the state. Wherever possible,
information about the state is brought to you directly via the World
Wide Web. Information may also be obtained by corresponding with the
representative of each organization listed.
Online since 1995
DINA was launched in October 1995 at the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and
Associated Industries of Arkansas Annual Meeting. Since that time, DINA has grown to
an economic development alliance that joins over twenty-five communities and over twenty
economic development organizations throughout Arkansas.