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The Kansas Service Center is your central source for information on services available throughout the state of Kansas. Providing information for both online and offline services, the Kansas Service Center brings valuable information to your fingertips. From Amber Alert to Lottery Numbers to WebFile, you'll find it here!

The Kansas Service Center is designed for ease of use. Search, filter, or sort to get the information you need.

INSTANT ACCESS: Most of the listed services are considered "Instant Access." Instant Access services can be either free-to-use or chargeable services. Generally, Instant Access services do not require an account. However, certain services will require additional validation, such as a license number or a PIN number to interact with the service.

KANACCESS: Kansas.gov is proud to offer KanAccess, the Single Sign-on Solution. KanAccess offers a quick, convenient, and secure way to access a variety of online services using a single username and password. Creating your KanAccess account is free and easy! Sign up today and check back often to see which additional services can be managed with your KanAccess account!

SUBSCRIBER: For many of our fee-based services, Kansas.gov offers citizens and businesses a simple "subscription plan." Kansas.gov Subscribers enjoy convenient monthly billing for fee-based services and account activity reports for up to 10 users. Multiple payment options are available, including direct withdrawal. For more information on becoming a Kansas.gov Subscriber, please visit our Subscriber Center.

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Service Name Agency Instant Access KanAccess Subscriber
 Blue Skyways

Blue Skyways is a shared information service for the Kansas library community. It is intended to help Kansas libraries serve as vital information utilities for their communities by: • Hosting resources of particular value to Kansas librarians and their clients • Affording easy access to library catalogs, Internet training tools and other global information resources • Supporting community networking ventures throughout Kansas • Promoting partnerships and enhancing library networking developments across Kansas

Kansas State Library    
 Careers in Real Estate

Pre-license courses in a home-study format which include an optional live instruction component at no additional cost.

Realtors, Association of    
 CLEreg Association

Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for the discussion and exchange of information among administrators of mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) programs with respect to the organization, administration and operation of their programs and activities.

Continuing Legal Education Commission, Kansas    

The KEC Communications Department includes publications, communications, and activities developed to bring about understanding and support of the rural electric program by the general public, members, and employees of Kansas electric cooperatives.

Electric Cooperatives, Kansas    
 Complete Listing of KSDE Programs and Services

Complete listing of KSDE programs and services

Education, Kansas Department of    
 Continuing Education

KAR offers live classroom, home-study, and online courses.

Realtors, Association of    
 Continuing Education Courses

KAR Continuing Education Courses for Salespersons and Brokers.

Realtors, Association of    
 Digital Book eLearning

Selection of E- books from Library collection

Kansas State Library    
 Education and Training

KEC provides training opportunities for member-cooperative managers, staff members and trustees throughout the year.

Electric Cooperatives, Kansas    
 Education Savings - Treasurer, Kansas State

Kansas offers three 529 plans: Learning Quest and Learning Quest Advisor which are managed by American Century Investments and the Schwab 529 Plan which is managed by American Century Investments and distributed by Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Each offers education savings accounts to help you pay higher education expenses for individuals that you designate or for yourself. The program also provides tax advantages under both Kansas and federal law. Kansas taxpayers may take an annual deduction of up to $3,000 ($6,000 for married, filing jointly) from Kansas adjusted gross income for contributions into each beneficiary's Learning Quest, Learning Quest Advisor, or Schwab 529 account or contributions to a 529 plan sponsored by any other state.

Treasurer, Kansas State    
 Financial Education - Treasurer, Kansas State

Helping Kansas citizens to make responsible financial decisions will promote financial growth and healthier families well into the future. Financial knowledge is the key to empowering an individual or family to become more financially secure and independent.

Treasurer, Kansas State    
 Kansas Historical Society Store

Online shopping for Kansas historical merchandise

Historical Society, Kansas State    
 Kansas Library Association Store

Kansas Library Association Store

Library Association, Kansas    

Kansas consumer's one-stop shop for financial education.

Treasurer, Kansas State    
 Library Advocacy

The Kansas Library Association advocates on library issues. KLA develops a legislative push card, tracks legislation and keeps association members and the library community at large informed on the status of bills related to library issues. Each year, generally in February, KLA sponsors a Legislative Day at the State Capitol of Kansas to meet with legislators on library issues.

Library Association, Kansas    
 MCLE On-line Guide

The MCLE Guide is an online tool that provides access to a comparison of features of mandatory continuing legal education rules currently in effect.

Continuing Legal Education Commission, Kansas    
 MCLE State Regulators

Responsible for administering the rules pertaining to the continuing education of lawyers.

Continuing Legal Education Commission, Kansas    
 The City of Wichita - Parks and Recreation (GPNC)

The Wichita Department of Park and Recreation will provide abundant open spaces, parks, facilities and recreation activities in accordance with the city's comprehensive plan, in safe, pleasant and healthy surroundings, accessible to all residents and developed in such a way to preserve our natural resources, including landscapes and the urban forest, and to provide unique opportunities for the enjoyment of leisure time.

Great Plains Nature Center    
 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - GPNC Great Plains Nature Center    
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