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  • Accountancy, Kansas Board of

    The Kansas Board of Accountancy's (KSBOA) web site is a free service intended to provide useful information regarding CPAs and the practice of public accountancy in the State of Kansas. While the Board strives to provide accurate and reliable information, the Board does not warrant the accuracy of every item of information provided online and accepts no liability for damages of any kind resulting from reliance on this information.

  • Adjutant General's Department, State of Kansas

    Operates to serve the needs of local Kansas communities, the state, and the nation through the Division of Emergency Management, Kansas Homeland Security, Kansas Army National Guard and Kansas Air National Guard.

  • African American Affairs Commission, Kansas

    The KAAAC members devise strategies to address the public policy concerns of the African American community through its partnerships with the state agencies, corporations and foundations. The Commission will serve as a conduit for programs, grants, research, and policy advice for state and local organizations in addressing concerns that are unique to the African American Community in the state of Kansas.

  • Aggregate Producers' Association, Kansas

    Dedicated to betterment of the ready mixed concrete and aggregate industries in the state of Kansas.

  • Agriculture, Kansas Department of

    Administers the laws and programs assigned to the Department for the benefit of the people of Kansas.

  • Bank Commissioner, office of the State

    Regulates all state-chartered banks and trust companies, savings and loan companies, mortgage businesses, and money transmitters.

  • Bioscience Authority, Kansas

    Kansas has the largest concentration of animal health companies in the world. KBA’s researchers are making breakthroughs in oncology, medical devices, and other important areas of human health

  • Child Death Review Board

    A multi-disciplinary, multi-agency board that examines the circumstances surrounding the deaths of all Kansas children (birth through 17 years of age) and children who are not residents, but die in the state.

  • City/County Management, Kansas Association of

    The purpose of KACM is to enhance the quality of local government and to support and assist local government professionals in Kansas. To further its mission, KACM: -Supports and actively promotes council-manager government and professional management in all forms of local government -Provides training programs and publications for local government professionals that improve their skills, increase their knowledge of local government, and strengthen their commitment to the ethics, values, and ideals of the profession -Supports members in their efforts to meet professional, partnership, and personal needs

  • Conservation Commission, Kansas State

    Administer programs to improve water quality, reduce soil erosion, conserve water, reduce flood potential and provide local water supply. The DOC has the responsibility to administer the Conservation Districts Law, the Watershed District Act and other statutes authorizing various programs.

  • Corporation Commission, Kansas

    The KCC regulates natural gas, electricity, telephone and transportation vendors requiring safe, adequate and reliable services at reasonable rates. KCC also requires oil and gas producers to protect the environmental and correlative rights.

  • Corrections, Department of

    Department of Corrections, as part of the criminal justice system, contributes to public safety by exercising safe and effective control of inmates by managing offenders in the community, and by actively encouraging and assisting offenders to become law-abiding citizens.

  • Cosmetology, Kansas Board of

    Protects the health and safety of the consuming public by licensing qualified individuals and enforcing standards of practice.

  • Counties, Kansas Association of

    Provides legislative representation, educational and technical services and a wide range of informational services to its 105 member counties.

  • County Clerks and Elected Officials Association, Kansas

    To protect and promote public trust and confidence by supporting the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Kansas, and to deliver quality professional services.

  • Credit Unions, Kansas Department of

    Protects Kansas citizens from undue financial risk through the examination and supervision of Kansas credit unions to ensure safe and sound operation and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

  • Crime Victims' Compensation Program

    The Kansas Crime Victims Compensation Board provides victims with financial assistance for loss of earnings and out-of-pocket loss for injuries sustained as a direct result of violent crime.

  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Kansas Commission for the

    The Kansas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (KCDHH) is a state agency authorized to develop and implement a program of information and referral, advocacy, public education and direct services.

  • Disability Concerns,Kansas Commission on

    The Commission provides information to the public (communities and people) with disabilities on employment (work), school (to work or transition), home, play/community, youth issues, and disability history. KCDC is also an informational and referral resource for people who are not sure where to go for their problem or issue. Also, the Commission provides policy recommendations to the State of Kansas on changes to laws, regulations and programs that affect people with disabilities.

  • Emergency Management Association, Kansas

    KEMA is a network of leaders dedicated to providing excellence in Emergency Management and Homeland Security for Kansas (which is broken down into 6 regions). KEMA is responsible for monitoring and reviewing past, current and future legislative actions that have the potential to impact Emergency Management activities and/or organizations. All Public Officials, Emergency Management, or related fields, and all personnel involved in all hazards emergency planning or emergency response are eligible for membership. KEMA offers networking opportunities among local emergency managers as well as opportunities to interact with state and national emergency management professionals and other affiliated individuals, governmental agencies and interested private groups.

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