The Central Bank of the West African States (BCEAO) is the common central bank of the eight member states which form the West African Economic and the Monetary Union: Côte d'Ivoire, Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, and Togo. The site provides information about monetary policy and markets, financial stability, payment systems, and the banking and financial system. In addition, the site provides relevant publications, research and studies, and an economic and financial database. The site is only available in French.

The Regional Stock Exchange (BRVM) is a specialized financial institution with a mission of public service for each African country of the Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU). It is responsible for organizing and ensuring the completion of transactions in securities and informing the investors of this region. The BRVM site contains current market data, listings, information about stakeholders, important regulatory documents, and numerous forms of downloadable media.

The Ministry of Economy, Planning, and Cooperation is the official ministry that governs and promotes Senegal's economy. The website provides information on current economic news, resources and information on investing in Senegal, records and publications on the country's economy, and opportunities to work in and trade with the country. The site isonly available in French.

This is the official website of Senegal's government. It provides information on laws, regulations, and government projects. There is also a database of public records, news, and a user services directory. The site is only available in French.

Invest in Senegal provides general information regarding business sectors in Senegal, such as tourism, agriculture, IT, and healthcare. The site contains instructions for investors conducting business in Senegal. News and various other documents are also available.

The Ministry of Health and Social Work is responsible for overseeing legislation on health, public welfare, and environmental health in Senegal. It also monitors companies that produce medical products and institutions that offer medical services. Resource only available in French.

The National Agency of Statistics and Demography of Senegal (ANSD) is responsible for the technical coordination of the national statistics system. The site produces and distributes statistical data for the purpose of Senegal's government, private sector, development partners, and the public. Information such as regulations of the national statistics system and various publications are also provided. Available only in French.

The Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Posts (ARTP) promotes fair competition for the benefit of telecommunications users in Senegal. The ARTP promotes jobs and drafts laws and regulations regarding telecommunications and posts. The ARTP also makes regulatory decisions regarding equipment, conditions for licensing, and determining abuses.