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Description: This board licenses and regulates optometrists and the practice of optometry in Alabama.
Description: The Alabama State Board of Podiatry is a licensing and regulatory organization, created to protect the public from the incompetent, unprofessional and unlawful practice of podiatry. Laws have been established to set forth standards for the practice of podiatry, continuing education and testing, and which define the scope and limitations of practice. This board receives, investigates and adjudicates complaints against licensees.
Description: The Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) is responsible for receiving and administering state funds as provided by the State Legislature, and federal funds as provided by the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA). The Mission of the Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) is to promote and support equitable access to library and information resources and services to enable all Alabamians to satisfy their educational, working, cultural, and leisure-time interests. These resources and services will be provided through APLS's statewide programs and through direct grants and assistance to libraries and library systems to meet user's needs.
Videos: 1 Videos Captured
Description: The Alabama Dept. of Public Health is responsible for the public health in Alabama.
Videos: 6 Videos Captured
Subject: Public health - Alabama, Vital statistics - Alabama, AIDS - Alabama, Child nutrition - Alabama, Alabama Trauma System, Infant mortality - Alabama, Immunizations - Alabama, Communicable diseases - Alabama, Abortion - Alabama, Chronic diseases - Alabama, County health departments - Alabama, Epidemiology - Alabama, Emergency medical services - Alabama
Description: The Public Assistance Program has been developed to simplify the grant process and address an applicant’s specific needs on an individualized customer service basis. The program provides supplemental financial assistance to state and local governments and certain private non-profit organizations for response and recovery activities required as a result of a disaster.
Description: The Alabama Board of Pharmacy regulates and licenses pharmacists and regulates the profession of pharmcy in Alabama
Description: This board sets the standards and training requirements for police officers in Alabama
Collector: Alabama Dept. of Archives and History
Description: The Alabama Educational Television Commission, licensee for the nine Alabama Public Television stations, was established by the Alabama Legislature in 1953. In January of 1955, WCIQ on Mount Cheaha began operation as the nation's ninth non-commercial television station. Four months later, with the sign-on of WBIQ in Birmingham, Alabama became the first state in the nation with an educational television network. Alabama Public Television made its first broadcast as a network in April 1955. Alabama Public Television was a model for other states in the nation and for television broadcasters in other countries. Twenty-five other states copied Alabama's system of operation to provide service through multiple, linked television stations. Alabama Public Television today operates nine digital transmitters that cover the state. Each transmitter broadcasts three separate channels: APT HD (High Definition), APT IQ (the Family Learning Channel) and APT-Create (How-To and Travel). The Alabama Educational Television Commission also holds the license for one public radio station, WLRH-FM in Huntsville.
Videos: 28 Videos Captured
Subject: Educational television programming., WAIQ, WHIQ, WDIQ, Alabama Public Television, Educational television - Alabama, WFIQ, Digital transmission - Alabama, WCIQ, WBIQ, Public television - Alabama
Description: The profession of public accounting in Alabama is regulated by the provisions of Act No. 2003-393, Alabama Law, Regular Session, 2003, known as the “Public Accountancy Act of 2003.” This act and amendments thereto have been codified as Sections 34-1-1 through 34-1-22 of the Code of Alabama 1975. The law provides that no person may practice in Alabama as a Certified Public Accountant or as a Public Accountant unless such person shall be the holder of an annual permit in full force and effect, issued by the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy. However, nonresident Certified Public Accountants may practice in Alabama under Alabama's practice privilege provisions.
Subject: Public accountants - Alabama
Description: The Alabama State Port Authority handles shipping an dreceiving of freight by water for the state of Alabama.
Videos: 17 Videos Captured
Description: The Department of Public Safety is a statewide law enforcement agency comprising six divisions: Administrative, Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Driver License, Highway Patrol, Protective Services, and Service. The department’s employees are committed to preserving the safety of Alabamians and visitors to our state, and they do so through a variety of enforcement, licensing, and educational programs.
Videos: 4 Videos Captured
Subject: Alabama Governor’s Mansion Security Detail, State troopers - Alabama, Highway Patrol - Alabama, Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Alabama Protective Services Division, Public safety - Alabama, Alabama State Capitol Police Unit, Driver's licenses - Alabama, Alabama Highway Patrol
Description: The purpose of this board is the promotion of the public safety, health, and general welfare of the people of Alabama through the enforcement of state and federal statutes related to the liquefied petroleum gas industry in the State of Alabama.
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Description: The St. Stephens Historical Commission was created by an Act of the Alabama Legislature in the 1988 Session. The Act provides for the creation, organization, operation, meeting and continuance of the St. Stephens Historical Commission: to provide for acquiring, constructing, establishing, maintaining and promoting certain properties and structures of historical interest and functional utility at St. Stephens, in the vicinity of the site of the first territorial capital of Alabama; to provide for financial cooperation with other public or private agencies and historical organizations, and to provide for the employment of personnel.
Description: The mission of ASBOT is to safeguard the public health, safety, and welfare, and to assure the availability of high quality occupational therapy services to persons of this state in need of such services.
Description: The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles provides quality adult probation and parole services for the State of Alabama. These services are provided to the Board of Pardons and Paroles in matters involving paroles, pardons, restoration of voting rights, and other issues within the Board’s authority and responsibility. Pre-sentence, pre-probation, youthful offender and other investigations and reports are provided to the sentencing courts throughout the state. The agency has sixty-one field offices positioned and staffed to provide these services to the courts, and supervision for those offenders placed on parole by the Board or probation by the courts.
Description: The State Personnel Department administers the state merit system for Alabama.
Description: The purpose of the Board is the promotion of the public safety, health, and general welfare of the people statewide by requiring persons to establish their competency as plumbers and/or gas fitters before performing or supervising plumbing and/or gas fittings.
Description: The Polygraph Examiners Board’s mission is to establish and enforce standards of instrumentation, regulation and education relating to polygraph in the state of Alabama. The Board is authorized to license and regulate all persons purporting to be able to detect deception and verify truth of statements. The board was given the authority to protect the Public from untrained, unlicensed and unscrupulous persons.
Description: The Public Service Commission ensures a regulatory balance between regulated companies and consumers in order to provide consumers with safe, adequate and reliable services at rates that are equitable and economical. It regulates utilities providing electricity, gas, water, steam, telecommunications and transportation and freight companies
Description: The Alabama Board of Examiners in Psychology licenses and regulates psychologists and the practice of psychology in Alabama
Description: The Board of Physical Therapy is a licensing and regulatory organization, created to protect the public from incompetent, unprofessional and unlawful practice of physical therapy. Laws are established to set forth standards for the practice of physical therapy, continuing education and testing, and to define the scope and limitations of practice. The board receives, investigates and adjudicates complaints against licensees.
Description: This division purchases items for Alabama state government
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