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  • 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.

  • Children and Families, Kansas Department for

    Protects children and promotes adult self-sufficiency. SRS partners to connect Kansans with supports and services to improve lives

  • Children's Alliance of Kansas

    Child Welfare, Foster Care Services, Child Abuse, advocacy, kids, children, abuse, welfare

  • Chiropractic Association, Kansas

    Objective and purpose is to protect the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic and the professional welfare of its members and also to establish a high professional code of ethics.

  • Citizens' Utility Ratepayer Board

    Protects and advocates on behalf of the interests of residential and small commercial ratepayers before the Kansas Corporation Commission and in the Kansas courts. CURB is committed to providing efficient and effective legal and technical representation for residential and small commercial utility ratepayers and to ensure that utilities are allowed to charge only just and reasonable rates to Kansans.

  • 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

  • Commerce, Department of

    As the state’s lead economic development agency, the Kansas Department of Commerce strives to empower individuals, businesses and communities to achieve prosperity in Kansas. The Department comprises a variety of programs and services that create jobs, attract new investment, provide workforce training, encourage community development and promote the state as a wonderful place to live and work.

  • Community College Trustees, Kansas Association of

    To build better futures through cooperation, collaboration and communication in advocating on behalf of community colleges; to position community colleges to better serve Kansas constituencies. KACCT was created to advocate conditions favorable for community colleges to achieve their missions. The purpose of the Association is to provide leadership for community college education in Kansas, to provide opportunities for trustee development and growth, and to seek ways to improve the financing of community colleges.

  • Conservation, Kansas Division of

    Conservation of natural resources is an important concern for all Kansans. The Division of Conservation, working with the 105 local conservation districts, the 88 organized watershed districts, other special purpose districts, and state and federal entities 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. The agency budget is financed from the dedicated funding of the Kansas State Water Plan Special Revenue Fund, State General Fund, and fee funds.

  • Continuing Legal Education Commission, Kansas

    The Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission is responsible for the administration of the rules and regulations for continuing education for lawyers. KSCLE's duties also also include updating the requirements and rules as necessary, monitoring each attorney’s compliance with the requirements, notifying attorneys of CLE status, accrediting courses and working with providers of CLE.

  • Contractors Association, Kansas

    The KCA is a professional association of contractors and those who provide supplies and services to the heavy, highway and utility construction industry.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • County Treasurer's Association, Kansas

    Dedicated to providing quality, professional service to the citizens of Kansas. Vehicle and tax forms offered online.

  • 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.

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