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Description: The Alabama Commission on Higher Education is the state agency responsible for the overall statewide planning and coordination of higher education in Alabama, the administration of various student aid programs, and the performance of designated regulatory functions.
Description: ADEM administers all major federal environmental laws, including the Clean Air, Clean Water and Safe Drinking Water acts and federal solid and hazardous waste laws. The agency's mission is to responsibly adopt and fairly enforce rules and regulations to protect and improve the quality of Alabama?s environment and the health of all its citizens. ADEM monitors environmental conditions in Alabama and recommends changes in state law or revises regulations as needed to respond appropriately to changing environmental conditions.
Description: One of the nation's oldest crime laboratory systems was formed in Alabama in 1935. The agency was charged to cooperate with coroners in their efforts to determine cause of death in those cases involving foul play and to provide scientific assistance to all law enforcement agencies operating within the State. Today, the department is the scientific arm of investigative agencies, with duties to assist sheriffs, police chiefs, coroners, state officials, and other law enforcement agencies in investigations of deaths and crimes.
Description: The mission of the Alabama Development Office is to coordinate economic development resources leading to quality job creation throughout Alabama. The stated goals for ADO are: to create 20,000 new jobs in Alabama each year through new and/or expanding businesses; to achieve $10 billion in export sales of Alabama products and services annually, with the goal of a 10% increase each year; to conduct 12 small business information exchange forums annually; and to achieve $20 million in film investment each year.
Description: The mission of the Alabama Department of Revenue is to efficiently and effectively administer the revenue laws in an equitable, courteous and professional manner to fund governmental services for the citizens of Alabama. The ADOR web site is designed to provide quick and easy access to a variety of state and local tax information, tailored to meet the needs of our taxpayer, business, and practitioner communities.
Description: The purpose of the Alabama Department of Public Health is to provide caring, high quality and professional services for the improvement and protection of the public?s health through disease prevention and the assurance of public health services to resident and transient populations of the state regardless of social circumstances or the ability to pay. The Department of Public Health works closely with the community to preserve and protect the public?s health, to provide caring, quality services, and serve the people of Alabama by assuring conditions in which they can be healthy.
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Description: The Alabama Department of Senior Services supports a network of agencies and programs throughout the State of Alabama for the following purposes: to secure and maintain the independence and dignity of older persons; to remove social and individual barriers; to assure the provision of a continuum of care for the vulnerable elderly; and to develop comprehensive, coordinated systems for older persons. ADSS develops and administers a State Plan on Aging; designates planning and service areas; awards all Title III funds to area agencies on aging with approved area plans; operates any long-term care ombudsman programs; and provides in-home services to Medicaid-eligible elderly and disabled persons to prevent or delay institutionalization.
Description: ElderConnect Alabama is a statewide database of organizations, which provide services to older adults and their family members.
Description: The goal of the Department of Agriculture and Industries is to serve the farmers and consumers of this state to the best of its ability. The department provides timely, fair and expert regulatory control over product, business entities, movement, and application of goods and services for which applicable state and federal law exists and strives to protect and provide services to Alabama consumers.
Description: Part of the Alabama College System, the Alabama Industrial Development Training Program was established to build a healthy state economy by recruiting and training a skilled workforce to attract new industries to the state and to expand existing industries. Job-specific pre-employment and on-the-job training programs are provided. The program provides a full range of customized technical training programs that are free to the employers and to the trainees. Management and supervisory training programs, including Total Quality Management (TQM) and ISO 9000 are also available. In addition to training, AIDT offers services including trainee recruitment and screening.
Description: The Alabama National Guard Counterdrug Program (AL-CD) is a vital member of a coalition of National Guard members, law enforcement agencies (LEAs), and local communities, which are involved in a multi-front battle against drugs and drug-related violence. The mission of the program is to provide high-quality military personnel and equipment to support federal, state, and local drug LEAs as well as community based organizations that work to reduce the demand for drugs.
Coverage: 2006 -
Collector: Alabama Department of Archives and History
Description: Recruitment site for encouraging filming in the state. The mission of the office is to increase economic opportunities by building and promoting film and the related media industries in the State of Alabama. This includes recommending policies and legislation, implementing and participating in programs and projects, and actively representing Alabama's natural assets and film industry infrastructure
Description: The Alabama State Bar has jurisdiction over the conduct of all attorneys and is charged with stimulating interest in improving the administration of justice. Its Board of Commissioners provides for the examinination of applicants who seek to practice law. The Alabama State Bar is the licensing and regulatory agency for attorneys in the State of Alabama, subject to Rules of the Alabama Supreme Court.
Description: The Department of Labor promotes peaceful settlement of labor disputes and enforces state labor laws. ADL provides mediation services, conducts union representation elections and files annual reports on unions with more than 25 members. Additionally, this office publishes job related illness, injury and fatality reports through its federal surveys. Other major programs include enforcement of child labor statutes and safety inspections for boilers, pressure vessels, elevators and escalators.
Description: This site is the web portal for the state court system. Information on the appellate courts and the trails courts is available from this site.
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