The Bank of Papua New Guinea (BPNG) is the country's central bank. This website offers information regarding monetary policies, financial and payment systems, financial markets, and the banking history of the country. It also provides links to other finance-related sites.

The Investment Promotion Authority (IPA) implements policies and programs aimed at increasing total annual investments, especially greater increases in non-mining sector investments and increasing the level of investments financed by the domestic sector. The site contains both a country and economic profile of Papua New Guinea as well as other pertinent investing information. Also provided by the site are profiles of each of the prominent economic sectors in the country.

The National Information & Communications Technology Authority (NICTA) is responsible for the regulation and licensing of information and communication technology in Papua New Guinea. NICTA manages resources and ensures access to information and communication to consumers. NICTA also supervises producer performance and ensures the resolution of complaints in the communications sector. The site provides licensing, regulations, and a public registry.

The National Parliament of Papua New Guinea is the single-chamber legislature for the country. The site provides general information about the parliament, its members and latest acts, and a list of publications and documents.

The National Statistical Office is responsible for collecting, compiling, and disseminating official statistical information on a regular basis. The website provides information on the economy, population, and news. Other documents such as censuses and health surveys are available for download.

Papa New Guinea's National Stock Exchange is the main stock exchange of Papua New Guinea. The site provides information on companies and their stocks, as well as listing rules for potential companies. There is also information for investors on trends and trading in Papua New Guinea.