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  • Contractors Association, Kansas

    The Kansas Contractors Association (KCA) is the recognized leader of the heavy construction industry in the state of Kansas. Provides services to its members in such areas as legislation, governmental regulations, on-the-job training, liaison with awarding authorities, project information and numerous other services.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • County Counselors Association of Kansas

    The CCAK’s primary mission is to enhance the quality of legal services and representation provided to county governments in Kansas

  • Credit Union Association, Kansas

    The Kansas Credit Union Association (KCUA) is the trade association for credit unions in Kansas, serving more than half a million Kansas consumers.

  • 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.

  • Deaf, Kansas School for the

    The Kansas School for the Deaf - A placement option available to all deaf children in Kansas ages 3-21. A barrier-free communication environment which fosters early, fluent communication and on-going fluent communication. Bilingual instruction, which builds on the strengths of a fluent, visual language [American Sign Language] to develop fluency in a second, written language [English].

  • Defense Counsel, Association of

    KADC is a statewide non-profit organization of Kansas lawyers who devote a substantial part of their practice to the defense of litigated cases. The goal of KADC is to enhance the knowledge and improve the skills of defense lawyers, and elevate the standards of trial practice.

  • Dental Association, Kansas

    Promotes public health and health service to advance the art and science of dentistry, and to foster an awareness of the obligations and responsibilities of the dental profession to society.

  • Dental Board, Kansas

    The Kansas Dental Board is the licensing and regulatory office for dentists and dental hygienists in the State of Kansas.

  • Development Finance Authority, Kansas

    KDFA works with qualifying public and private entities to identify financial resources and appropriate financial structures. For information on capital finance mechanisms available to governmental and qualifying private enterprises, KDFA is a statewide, multipurpose financial resource.

  • 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.

  • Education Map, Kansas State Department of

    This page provides information for any county, organization (i.e. school district), or school in the state of Kansas. Among the information available are: school/district addresses, email addresses, homepage addresses, administrators, enrollment, dropouts, graduates, staff, vocational education enrollment, violence, crime, suspensions, expulsions, attendance rate, advanced science, advanced math, algebraic mastery, schedule, student improvement plans, staff development, student satisfaction, salaries, certified teachers, noncertified teachers, inclement weather dates, and accreditation information.

  • Education, Kansas Department of

    KSDE is a service agency that provides leadership, resources, support and accountability to the state’s K-12 education system. KSDE administers the state’s governance of education, standards and assessments, special education services, child nutrition and wellness, title programs and services, career and technical education, and financial aid.

  • Electric Cooperatives, Kansas

    KEC represents the interests and provides needed services and programs to electric cooperatives that serve member/consumers within the state. KEC functions for the mutual benefit of its members to promote rural electrification, Governmental Relations, Apparatus Testing, Loss Control and Safety, Regulatory Compliance, Communications, Education,Training, Legal Assistance, Rural TV, and Management Consulting Services and foster the principles on which electric cooperatives were founded.

  • Electric Transmission Authority, KS

    KETA was created in 2005 by enactment of HB 2263, the Kansas Electric Transmission Authority Act. Our mission is to further ensure planning and reliable operation of the electrical transmission system, diversify and expand the Kansas economy and facilitate the delivery and use of Kansas energy through improvements in the state's electric transmission infrastructure and related policy initiatives.

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