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Indiana State Library

Archive-It Partner Since: Mar, 2020

Organization Type: State Archives & Libraries

Organization URL: https://www.in.gov/library/   

Description:

The Indiana State Library uses Archive-It to preserve copies of born-digital Indiana State Documents that are hosted on the websites of Indiana State Government departments and agencies.

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Accounts, State Board of

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

Indiana State Board of Accounts is dedicated to providing the citizens of the State of Indiana with complete confidence in the integrity and financial accountability of state and local government.

Subject:   Government - US States Budget Auditing Government Purchasing

Administration, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Department of Administration (IDOA) is an agency that provides support services to other state agencies, assuring the smooth function of state government. IDOA is committed to serving both its agency and external customers, reducing the cost of government and providing exceptional customer service.

Subject:   Government - US States Small business Government purchasing Executive departments

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Indiana

Archived since: Nov, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (IACIR) was established by the General Assembly in 1995 to provide a forum to plan for and address the problems that will arise as greater demands are made on state and local governments. Based upon federal and other states' enabling statutes, Indiana is one of 20 states to establish an intergovernmental commission. The IACIR’s mission is to create effective communication, cooperation and partnerships between the federal, state and local units of government to improve the delivery of services to the citizens of Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States

Agriculture, Indiana State Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

ISDA will support growth in Indiana agriculture by serving as an advocate at the local, state and federal level; defining and nurturing economic opportunity in the food, fuel and fiber sectors; and enhancing the stewardship of natural resources on agricultural land.

Subject:   Government - US States Agriculture Commerce

Alcohol & Tobacco Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Commission was created by an Act of the Indiana General Assembly in 1933, following the repeal of Prohibition. Effective July 1, 2001, the name was changed to the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission. The Commission licenses and regulates over 15,000 permits for the manufacture, distribution or sale of alcoholic beverages at restaurants, breweries, wineries, grocery stores, hotels, drug stores, package stores, stadiums, civic centers, social and fraternal clubs, horse tracks and river boats throughout the State of Indiana. In addition to business alcoholic beverage permits, the Commission licenses and regulates the permits of every bartender, waiter, waitress, salesperson and clerk associated with the sale or service of alcoholic beverages in the State of Indiana - over 200,000 in number. The Commission also licenses and regulates nearly 8,500 tobacco retailers, distributors and manufacturers.

Subject:   Government - US States Commerce

Animal Health, Indiana State Board of

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

Animals have contributed a lot to Indiana's history, providing food, income, recreation, assistance and companionship to millions of Hoosiers everyday. State lawmakers recognized the value of those relationships in 1889, when they created the office of the State Veterinarian and the Livestock Sanitary Commission. Today, that commission, now known as the Board of Animal Health (BOAH), operates under the direction of an 11-member Board of animal industry professionals who meet quarterly to set agency policy. While the original mission to prevent and suppress contagious and infectious diseases among the livestock, has not changed in over 100 years, the scope of BOAH's work has expanded

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Animals Cattle trade Livestock Food

Archives and Records Administration, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Archives and Records Administration assists State and local governments in the cost-effective, efficient and secure management of governmental records, by providing services throughout the life cycle of records, including creation, use, records inventory and scheduling, storage, and disposition.

Subject:   Government - US States Universities & Libraries Public records Culture

Arts Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Arts Commission is made up of 15 people appointed by the Governor who establish the agency's policies and goals, plan its direction for the future, and approve all grant awards and programs. Their mission is to positively impact the cultural, economic and educational climate of Indiana by providing responsible leadership for and public stewardship of artistic resources for all of our state's citizens and communities.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Art Education Performing arts

Attorney General, Indiana

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

The Office of the Indiana Attorney General helps protect the rights, freedoms, and safety you enjoy as a citizen of the Hoosier state. Attorney General and staff are dedicated to meeting the state's legal needs, as well as the needs and interests of its citizens.

Subject:   Government - US States Politics & Elections Law

Auditor of State, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The Auditor of State serves as the CFO for the State of Indiana and is responsible for accounting and reporting all of the State's funds, overseeing and disbursing funds to local units of governments, and paying all the state's bills.

Subject:   Government - US States Auditing Budget Government purchasing

Bicentennial Commission, Indiana (2011-2017)

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Bicentennial Board of Commissioners was responsible for setting the direction of the planning and funding of a strategic plan to implement a cost-effective, inclusive, realistic celebration of Indiana's 2016 bicentennial that attracts media attention and full participation of all Hoosiers.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture State governments History Culture

Budget Agency, Indiana State

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The State Budget Agency is charged with the duty and responsibility of serving as fiscal analyst, administrative budget officer, fiscal forecaster and fiscal policy advisor to the Governor. By statute, the Governor appoints the State Budget Director and two Deputy Directors. The Budget Agency facilitates the processes of revenue forecasting and budget development and implementation. The agency is also responsible for evaluating the fiscal and policy impacts of legislative proposals and making this information available to decision makers. Each biennium, the agency compiles fiscal data from state agencies and works with the legislature to develop the State’s budget.

Subject:   Government - US States Budget Legislation Taxation Revenue

Charter School Board, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

In May 2011, House Enrolled Act 1002 was passed by the Indiana legislature and signed into law by Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels. Among other provisions, HEA 1002 established the Indiana Charter School Board, a new charter school authorizer established for the purpose of sponsoring charter schools around the state. Per IC § 20-24-2.1, the purpose of the board is to (1) review a proposal to establish a charter school; (2) make a decision on the proposal as required; (3) monitor charter schools sponsored by the charter board; and (4) publish guidelines concerning the review process. The Indiana Charter School Board (“ICSB”) was established as an independent state agency.

Subject:   Government - US States Education Charter schools

Chemist & Seed Commissioner, Office of Indiana State

Archived since: Oct, 2020

Description:

The Indiana State Chemist is charged with administering several agricultural laws involving animal feeds, fertilizers, pesticides and seeds. The goals of these laws are to ensure truth-in-labeling, food safety, user safety and the protection of our environment.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Crops Pesticides Agriculture

Child Services, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Department of Child Services leads the state’s response to allegations of child abuse and neglect and facilitates child support payments. We consider the needs and values of all we serve in our efforts to protect children while keeping families together whenever possible.

Subject:   Government - US States Human services Children Child abuse Child support

Civil Rights Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Civil Rights Commission enforces the Indiana civil rights laws and provides education and services to the public in an effort to ensure equal opportunity for all Hoosiers and visitors to the State of Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Law Civil rights

Community and Rural Affairs, Indiana Office of

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

In 2005, Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs was established as a separate state agency by the state legislature. The OCRA’s Executive Director is appointed by the Lt. Governor, who also serves as the Secretary of Rural Development. OCRA works with local, state and national partners to provide resources and technical assistance to aid communities in shaping and achieving their vision for community and economic development. A privilege of our agency is to award grants to fund public gathering places, fix water/sewer infrastructures, restore historic structures, build community facilities and revitalize commercial districts. These funds help communities improve their quality of life and ensure the health and safety of their citizens.

Subject:   Government - US States Government - Cities Local government Culture Economic development

Coroners Training Board, Indiana State

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana State Coroner’s Training Board was established by the Indiana General Assembly in 1994. The Training Board was created to establish a certification training course and continuing education course for coroners and their deputies.

Subject:   Government - US States Vocational education Health

Correction, Indiana Department of

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

IDOC's mission statement is to promote public safety by providing meaningful, effective opportunities for successful re-entry. Their vision states, as the model of best correctional practices, we strive to return productive citizens to our communities and inspire a culture of accountability, integrity and professionalism.

Subject:   Government - US States Correctional institutions

Court of Appeals of Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

Indiana Court of Appeals is the second-highest court in the state.

Subject:   Government - US States Criminal law Civil law Courts

Criminal Justice Institute, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) is the State planning agency for criminal justice, juvenile justice, traffic safety and victim services. ICJI is designated as the State Administering Agency for distribution of federal funds, and as the State Statistical Analysis Center for research.

Subject:   Government - US States Criminal justice Victims of crimes Traffic safety

Destination Development Corporation, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Destination Development Corporation (IDDC) was formed by the Indiana Legislature in 2019 to promote Indiana as a great place for living, visiting, learning, and earning. The IDDC became incorporated on July 1st, 2020. The Indiana Office of Tourism Development (IOTD) evolved into the new organization, creating a seamless experience for our tourism and talent attraction partners.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Commerce Culture Tourist trade

Disability Rights, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

Indiana Disability Rights is the service arm of the Indiana Protection and Advocacy Services (IPAS) Commission. Our mission and vision guide our work everyday. Mission To protect and promote the rights of individuals with disabilities through empowerment and advocacy. Vision To live in a society where persons with disabilities are free from abuse and neglect, are free to be effective self-advocates, and are free of discrimination; allowing for full inclusion in society.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Disabled people Human services

Economic Development Corporation, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) is the State of Indiana's lead economic development agency. The IEDC was officially established in February 2005 to replace the former Department of Commerce. In order to respond quickly to the needs of businesses, the IEDC operates like a business.

Subject:   Government - US States Economic development Commerce Business enterprises

Education Employment Relations Board, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Education Employment Relations Board (IEERB) was established in order to promote harmonious and cooperative relationships between public school teachers and the school corporations they serve. In order to accomplish this task, IEERB has developed rules and guidance to lead school employees and employers through the labor relations process.

Subject:   Government - US States Education Educators Labor

Education, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

IDOE provides support to Indiana's schools, teachers, students, and parents. The Department of Education works with educators, policy makers, business leaders, and community-based organizations.

Subject:   Government - US States Education

Education, Indiana State Board of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

Established by the Indiana General Assembly, the State Board of Education oversees K-12 education policymaking in the State of Indiana. The bipartisan board is composed of eleven members, including the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Subject:   Government - US States Education

Energy Development, Indiana Office of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Office of Energy Development (OED) was established to shepherd the state’s energy plan. OED focuses on the development and implementation of comprehensive energy planning for the state that utilizes all of Indiana’s energy resources and supports a strong, dynamic, and growing economy. As one of the most manufacturing-intense economies in the United States, Indiana needs affordable and reliable energy to remain economically competitive.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Economic development Natural resources

Environmental Adjudication, Indiana Office of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Office of Environmental Adjudication (OEA) was created in 1995 to review the decisions of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). The petitions fall into one of two categories: the appeal of enforcement actions brought by IDEM or the appeal of an IDEM decision to issue or deny a permit.

Subject:   Government - US States Natural resources Administrative law Environmental law

Environmental Management, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s (IDEM) mission is to implement federal and state regulations to protect human health and the environment while allowing the environmentally sound operations of industrial, agricultural, commercial, and governmental activities vital to a prosperous economy.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Natural resources Air quality Environmental protection Refuse and waste disposal Hazardous wastes Rivers Land use Livestock Sewage Legislation

Family and Social Services Administration, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

FSSA's mission is to compassionately serve our diverse community of Hoosiers by dismantling long-standing, persistent inequity through deliberate human services system improvement

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Society & Culture Mental Health Human services

Finance Authority, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

In order to provide economic efficiencies and management synergies and enable the State of Indiana (State) to communicate as one voice with the various participants in the financial markets, the Indiana Development Finance Authority, the State Office Building Commission, the Indiana Transportation Finance Authority, the Recreational Development Commission, the State Revolving Fund Programs and the Indiana Brownfields Program were consolidated into a new and separate entity called the Indiana Finance Authority (IFA) on May 15, 2005. The Indiana Health and Educational Facilities Finance Authority was also merged into the IFA, effective July 1, 2007.

Subject:   Government - US States Public finance Construction Community development Economic development Grants

Financial Institutions, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Department of Financial Institutions was created by the Indiana Financial Institutions Act of 1933, which commissioned the Department with the responsibility for supervising commercial banks, trust companies, private banks, savings banks, building and loan associations, credit unions, and finance companies incorporated under the laws of the State of Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Banks and banking

Gaming Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The mission of the Indiana Gaming Commission is to provide a fair, transparent and dynamic regulatory environment that encourages economic development while requiring the highest level of integrity of all activities under its jurisdiction.

Subject:   Government - US States Industry Economic development

General Assembly, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

As one of three co-equal branches of state government, the General Assembly is responsible for enacting the laws by which the state of Indiana is governed. The two houses of the General Assembly (House and Senate) were created at the time Indiana became a state in 1816. The current makeup of the General Assembly, consisting of 100 Representatives serving 2-year terms and 50 Senators serving 4-year terms, was established in the Constitution of 1851. The General Assembly met in alternate years until 1972, when it began meeting annually.

Subject:   Government - US States State governments Legislation Legislators

Geographic Information Office, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

Indiana Geographic Information Office provides strategic oversight of the State’s GIS technology portfolio, as well as leadership on GIS governance for the State of Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Computers & Technology Computer science

Governor's Council for People with Disabilities, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Governor's Council is an independent state agency that facilitates change. Our mission is to advance the independence, productivity and inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of society. This mission is accomplished through planning, evaluation, collaboration, education, research and advocacy. The Council is consumer-driven and is charged with determining how the service delivery system in both the public and private sectors can be most responsive to people with disabilities. The Council receives and disseminates federal funds to support innovative programs that are visionary, influence public policy, empower individuals and families and advocate systems change. Board members of the Council are appointed by the Governor and 60% of the board must be people with disabilities or their family members.

Subject:   Government - US States

Governor, Indiana

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This webpage is maintained by the current Governor of Indiana. It includes news, plans, and agendas.

Subject:   Government - US States

Health, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The State Board of Health came into existence as a result of legislation passed in March 1881. The first regular meeting of the board was held on January 19, 1882. This date marks the real beginning of the State Board of Health as a functioning body. ISDH monitors health outcomes and health inequities in an effort to ensure the conditions for optimal health are available to all Hoosiers.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Diseases Medical statistics Public health laws Nutrition

Higher Education, Indiana Commission for

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Indiana’s Commission for Higher Education is the coordinating agency charged with ensuring the state’s postsecondary education system is aligned to meet the needs of students and the state. Created in 1971 by an act of the General Assembly and signed into law by then Governor Edgar Whitcomb, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education is now in its fifth decade of service to the State of Indiana. The Commission is not a governing board, but a coordinating agency that works closely with Indiana’s public and independent colleges. In addition, The Commission has strong working relationships with many other State agencies, including: Department of Education, the Department of Workforce Development and the Independent Colleges of Indiana.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Government - US States Higher education Education Universities and colleges

Hispanic and Latino Affairs, Indiana Commission on

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs is a non-partisan state agency working toward economic, educational, and social equality, including promoting cooperation and understanding. The Commission identifies, measures and reviews programs, legislation and researches challenges and opportunities affecting the Hispanic/Latino community. The Commission identifies solutions and provides recommendations to the governor and legislature.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Culture Ethnic groups Human services

Homeland Security, Indiana Department of

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) leads Indiana's emergency planning and operations, first responder training and fire and building safety. The Indiana State Fire Marshal leads the Division of Fire and Building Safety (within IDHS), which oversees the enforcement of building codes and includes a fire investigations unit. The agency certifies and trains thousands of first responders and also hosts state-level exercises each year. IDHS also supports the state Emergency Operations Center (EOC), which leads response and coordination efforts for large-magnitude incidents.

Subject:   Government - US States Fire prevention Cities and towns Safety education Regional planning Emergency medical services

Hoosier Lottery

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The State Lottery Commission of Indiana is composed of five members appointed by the Governor of Indiana. The Commission was created by Indiana law to oversee the operation of the Lottery. The Commission acts as an advisor to the Executive Director making recommendations regarding the operations and management of the Hoosier Lottery.

Subject:   Government - US States Lotteries

Horse Racing Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The goal of the Indiana Horse Racing Commission is the promotion and regulation of breeding racehorses and ensuring that pari-mutual wagering on horse races in Indiana will be conducted with the highest of standards and the greatest level of integrity.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Revenue Tourist trade Business enterprises

Housing & Community Development Authority, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

IHCDA's mission is to help communities build upon their assets to create places with ready access to opportunities, goods, and services. We also promote, finance, and support a broad range of housing solutions, from temporary shelters to homeownership. IHCDA's work is done in partnership with developers, lenders, investors, and nonprofit organizations that use our financing to serve low- and moderate-income Hoosiers.

Subject:   Government - US States Human services Housing Community development

Improving the Status of Children in Indiana, Commission on

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The multi-branch statewide Commission is aimed at improving the status of children in Indiana. In cooperation with other entities, members of the State Commission on Improving the Status of Children will study issues concerning vulnerable youth, review and make recommendations concerning legislation, and promote information sharing and best practices.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Health Human services Children

Inspector General, Indiana Office of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Office of Inspector General was created in 2005 and is statutorily charged with addressing fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement and wrongdoing in state government.

Subject:   Government - US States Executive departments Law enforcement

Insurance, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Administers licensing, compliance, and consumer protection related to the insurance industry. The purpose of the Indiana Department of Insurance is to protect Hoosiers as they purchase and use insurance products to keep their assets and their families from loss or harm. Their other primary obligation is to monitor the financial solvency of the insurance companies domiciled in Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Consumer protection Insurance Licenses

Integrated Public Safety Commission

Archived since: Nov, 2020

Description:

The Integrated Public Safety Commission (IPSC) is the governing body that oversees Project Hoosier SAFE-T. IPSC, created by the Indiana General Assembly in 1999, consists of 12 members representing a variety of public safety agencies, along with municipal and county executives. The commission has representation from jurisdictions throughout Indiana. The SAFE-T network will reflect the needs of public safety agencies throughout Indiana because the IPSC represents first responders throughout Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Emergency medical services Law enforcement

Labor, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Unlike its federal counterpart, the Indiana Department of Labor does not have authority or responsibility over Workforce Development or Workers' Compensation, each of which exist independently in Indiana. The Indiana Department of Labor is responsible for prevention and training to ensure employers follow state laws, including wage and hour laws, occupational health and safety and youth employment laws.

Subject:   Government - US States Labor laws and legislation Workplace safety Occupations Construction Industry

Law Enforcement Academy, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

Indiana's center for law enforcement education. The first basic law enforcement training course was conducted in the summer of 1969 at Indiana Central College, now the University of Indianapolis. In December of 1969, the Academy moved to the Indiana University campus at Bloomington, and remained there until January 1, 1975. On January 6, 1975 training began in the new facility at Plainfield.

Subject:   Government - US States Vocational education Law enforcement Police

Library, Indiana State

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

Through its history, the Indiana State Library has developed strong collections in the fields of Indiana history and culture, Indiana state government and United States government publications, Indiana newspapers, genealogy and family history resources on Indiana and the eastern United States, Braille, large print, and books on tape for the visually impaired, library science, and American history, politics, and economics. Its collections in these areas support research by state agency employees, scholars, genealogists, librarians, students, Indiana residents who are blind or physically challenged, and the general public. The Library Development Office works to improve and support the libraries of Indiana through assistance, training, and supervising the distribution of state and federal funds.

Subject:   Government - US States Government Libraries History Students Elections Lobbyists Politics Humanities

Lieutenant Governor, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

This page is maintained and dedicated to the acting Lieutenant Governor of Indiana. The office of lieutenant Governor was created by Article 5, Sec. 2 of the Indiana Constitution. The term of office is four years, the same as that of the governor. Candidates for lieutenant governor are nominated at an annual party convention. The party's nominees for governor and lieutenant governor then run as a team, ensuring that those elected will be of the same political party and governing philosophy. Under the Indiana Constitution, the lieutenant governor is charged with presiding over the Senate during its session, as well as casting deciding votes in the event of a tie. In addition, the lieutenant governor is charged with assuming the role of governor if the sitting governor becomes unable to fulfill the duties of office or if the office falls vacant due to death.

Subject:   Government - US States Politics & Elections Government policy Legislators Tourist trade Agriculture Housing Rural development

Lobby Registration Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Lobby Registration Commission (ILRC) provides cumulative summaries of the lobby reports to Indiana Interactive on a periodic basis. This web site is designed to provide the public with general information relating to lobbying expenditures made in Indiana, and it should not be relied upon as a public record. For accurate and complete information, the information contained at this site should be verified by a review of the original public records contained in the Commission office.

Subject:   Government - US States Lobbyists

Local Government Finance, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Department of Local Government Finance is responsible for ensuring property tax assessment and local government budgeting are carried out in accordance with Indiana law. The Department is charged with publishing property tax assessment rules and annually reviewing and approving the tax rates and levies of every political subdivision in the state, including all counties, cities, towns, townships, school corporations, libraries, and other entities with tax levy authority.

Subject:   Government - US States Local government Public finance Cities and towns County government

Management & Budget, Indiana Office of

Archived since: Nov, 2020

Description:

The Office of Management & Budget (OMB) brings together the financial and auditing functions of Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States

Motor Vehicles, Indiana Bureau of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Indiana BMV registers motor vehicles, records titles, licenses drivers, and issues identification cards

Subject:   Government - US States Motor vehicles Boats and boating Automobiles Licenses

National Guard, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana National Guard can trace its beginnings back to 1801, when the Indiana Territory organized militia companies to defend local settlements. The 38th Infantry Division provides fully manned, equipped, trained and expertly led units prepared to deploy and conduct unified land operations for combatant commanders and to respond to any domestic crisis in support of the governor of Indiana or other civil authorities. Troops are prepared to rapidly deploy in order to successfully execute missions supporting both the overseas contingency operation and the Defense Support of Civil Authorities.

Subject:   Government - US States Government - National Military

Native American Indian Affairs Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Native American Indian Affairs Commission studies and makes recommendations to appropriate federal, state and local governmental agencies in areas of concern to our state's Native and non-Native people. The ultimate objectives are to bring the Native community together, help identify and provide opportunities to the Native American people, and enhance social, cultural, community and economic development in Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Ethnic groups Culture Human services

Natural Resources Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Natural Resources Commission is an autonomous board that addresses issues pertaining to the Department of Natural Resources.

Subject:   Government - US States Natural resources Environmental law Administrative law

Natural Resources, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

The mission of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources is to protect, enhance, preserve, and wisely use natural, cultural, and recreational resources for the benefit of Indiana's citizens through professional leadership, management, and education. To satisfy such a broad and diverse responsibility, the Department is divided into two distinct areas of responsibility: the Regulatory Management Team; and, the Land Management Team. The Regulatory Management Team consists of the Divisions of Water; Entomology and Plant Pathology; Historic Preservation and Archaeology; Reclamation; and Oil and Gas. Outdoor recreation and land management programs are housed within the Land Management Team. That unit consists of State Parks; Nature Preserves; Land Acquisition; Fish and Wildlife; Outdoor Recreation and Forestry.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health History Conservation of natural resources Natural resources Fishing Forests and forestry Land use Hunting Outdoor recreation Rivers Law enforcement Natural gas Education Industry Public lands Environmental law Hazardous wastes Bridges Pests Horticulture Culture Parks Tourist trade Environmental protection Grants Soils

Ombudsman

Archived since: Nov, 2020

Description:

The mission of an Ombudsman is to investigate and attempt to resolve complaints when dealing with specific state agencies. These agencies include Child Services, Disabilities, Long term care, Corrections

Subject:   Government - US States Human services Correctional institutions Consumer protection Public institutions

Ports of Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Ports of Indiana is a statewide port authority operating three ports on the Ohio River and Lake Michigan. Ideally situated on two major North American freight transportation arteries – the Great Lakes and the Inland Waterway System – the state has a three-port system: Burns Harbor, Jeffersonville, and Mount Vernon.

Subject:   Government - US States Commerce Boats and boating

Professional Licensing Agency, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

Indiana Professional Licensing Agency provides licensure to professionals.

Subject:   Government - US States Health occupations licensing boards Professions Licenses

Prosecuting Attorneys Council, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The IPAC is a non-partisan, independent state judicial branch agency and was created by statute in 1973. It is made up of Indiana's 91 prosecuting attorneys and their chief deputies and governed by a 10 member Board of Directors chosen from among the state's prosecuting attorneys. The IPAC assists prosecuting attorneys by preparing manuals, providing legal research, and conducting training seminars. It serves as a liaison to local, state, and federal agencies, study commissions, and community groups in an effort to support law enforcement and promote the fair administration of justice.

Subject:   Government - US States Law Criminal law Law enforcement Lawyers

Public Access Counselor, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Public Access Counselor provides advice and assistance concerning Indiana's public access laws (specifically the Access to Public Records Act and the Open Door Law) to members of the public and government officials and employees. Governor Frank O'Bannon created the office by executive order in 1998 after a statewide collaboration of seven newspapers found great obstacles in obtaining government information in Indiana. The General Assembly then created the office by statute in 1999.

Subject:   Government - US States Public records Government information Freedom of information

Public Defender Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

Since 1989, The Indiana Public Defender Commission has served to recommend standards for indigent defense in capital cases, to adopt guidelines of salary and fee schedules for individual county reimbursement eligibility, and to review and approve requests for reimbursement in capital cases. In 1993, the responsibility of the Commission was expanded to include the adoption of guidelines and standards for county reimbursement eligibility in non-capital cases.

Subject:   Government - US States Lawyers Criminal law Law Law enforcement

Public Retirement System, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

Indiana Public Retirement System (INPRS) is among the largest 100 pension funds in the United States. As of 2019, they serve 467,000 members representing 1,244 employers including public universities, school corporations, municipalities and state agencies.

Subject:   Government - US States Government Employees

Regional Development Authority, Northwest Indiana

Archived since: Nov, 2020

Description:

With diverse opportunities in all areas, Northwest Indiana will be the leading area for economic growth in Indiana. We will be the best example in the nation for balancing growth with preservation, and exciting and trendy urban and lakefront communities with tranquil rural areas. Northwest Indiana will be an example of what Hoosiers can be when given global opportunity.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Railroads Transportation

Revenue, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) has been serving as Indiana's tax administrator since 1947.

Subject:   Government - US States Revenue Taxation

School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI) was established in 1847. The School has grown into an institution that provides educational resources that include a residential program and day school, outreach services, and consultative services to those in local agencies.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Education Special education Blind Disabled people Human services

School for the Deaf, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana School for the Deaf (ISD) is a fully accredited school for Deaf and hard-of-hearing students in nursery school through high school.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Education Special education Deaf Human services Disabled people

Secretary of State, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Office of Secretary of State is one of five constitutional offices originally designated in Indiana's State Constitution of 1816. Present duties include chartering of new business, regulation of the securities industry, oversight of state elections, commissioning of notaries public, registration of trademarks and licensing of vehicle dealerships throughout Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Business enterprises Elections Consumer protection

Small Business Development Center, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana SBDC creates a positive and measurable impact on the formation, growth, and sustainability of Indiana’s small businesses by providing entrepreneurs expert guidance and a comprehensive network of resources.

Subject:   Government - US States Business enterprises Small business Economic development

Social Status of Black Males, Indiana Commission on the

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The ICSSBM reviews the status of Black males in five principal focus areas: Criminal Justice, Education, Employment, Health and Social Factors. Within each of these areas the Commission seeks to share best practice information, offer suggestions or recommendations and if possible engage in initiatives to serve Black males. The overall goal is to improve the quality of life for Black males and to reduce the disparate statistics that are reported annually.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Human services Ethnic groups Civil rights

State Fair, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2021

No description.

Subject:   Society & Culture

State Personnel Department, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The State Personnel Department serves as the human resources department for State of Indiana employees. They aim to enable, develop, and inspire the best version of State of Indiana employees at all levels resulting in a highly effective employer brand and a highly satisfying employee experience.

Subject:   Government - US States Employees Health insurance Government policy

State Police, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Mission of the Indiana State Police is to protect life and property within the State of Indiana from all threats, foreign and domestic, to investigate and deter crime, and to promote roadway safety by upholding the laws of the State of Indiana. This statewide police agency is independent, yet supportive of all law enforcement agencies, and focused on criminal apprehension, crime reduction, traffic safety, and homeland security.

Subject:   Government - US States Law enforcement Licenses

Supreme Court, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Supreme Court is the highest appellate court in the state and the court of last resort on the interpretation of Indiana’s laws, its constitution, and the safeguards expressed in our state’s bill of rights. Today, the Court consists of five justices: one chief justice and four associate justices.

Subject:   Government - US States Courts Civil law Criminal law

Tax Court, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Tax Court has exclusive jurisdiction over any case that arises under the Indiana tax laws and that is an initial appeal of a final determination made by the Indiana Department of State Revenue or the Indiana Board of Tax Review. In addition, the Tax Court has jurisdiction over certain appeals from the Department of Local Government Finance. The Tax Court also hears appeals of inheritance tax determinations from the courts of probate jurisdiction. Such cases are called original tax appeals. Prior to its creation, the cases over which the Tax Court now has jurisdiction were heard in the Circuit or Superior Courts of the county of location of property in property tax cases or in the county of residence or place of business of the taxpayer in all other cases.

Subject:   Government - US States Courts Taxation Courts Taxation

Tax Review, Indiana Board of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

A three-member bipartisan board governs the Indiana Board of Tax Review (“IBTR”). The Board conducts an impartial review of appeals concerning: (1) the assessed valuation of tangible property; (2) property tax deductions; (3) property tax exemptions; or (4) property tax credits; that are made from a determination by an assessing official or a property tax assessment board of appeals (“PTABOA”). The Board also reviews assessment determinations made by the Department of Local Government Finance (“DLGF”).

Subject:   Government - US States Taxation Local government Administrative law

Technology, Indiana Office of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Office of Technology is legislatively tasked with being the enterprise technology provider for state government.

Subject:   Government - US States Computers & Technology Government purchasing Computer science Government policy

Toxicology, Indiana State Department of

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Indiana State Department of Toxicology’s (ISDT) mission is to provide quality forensic toxicological services and education about the science of toxicology for the state of Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Criminal justice Crime

Transportation, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

INDOT strives to collaboratively plan, build, and maintain safe and innovative transportation infrastructure that enhances quality of life, drives economic growth, and accommodates new modes of transport.

Subject:   Government - US States Transportation Roads Bridges History Mass transit Highway engineering Traffic engineering Sewage Pollution Traffic safety

Treasurer of State, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

State Treasurer serves as the Chair of the Indiana Bond Bank, the Statewide E-911 Board, the Indiana Education Savings Authority, the ABLE Authority, and as the Sole Trustee of the State Police Pension Trust among a number of other positions. As the Chief Investment Officer for the State, they are responsible for the management of approximately eight to nine billion dollars on a daily basis.

Subject:   Government - US States Banks and banking Public finance

Utility Consumer Counselor, Indiana Office of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor is one of the oldest state agencies of its type in the United States. Created in 1933 by the Indiana General Assembly, the agency was initially the Office of Public Counselor. The OUCC serves as the consumers’ legal and technical representative in cases involving regulated public utilities.

Subject:   Government - US States Public utilities Lawyers Consumer protection

Utility Regulatory Commission, Indiana

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission is an administrative agency that hears evidence in cases filed before it and makes decisions based on the evidence presented in those cases. An advocate of neither the public nor the utilities, the Commission is required by state statute to make decisions in the public interest to ensure the utilities provide safe and reliable service at just and reasonable rates. The Commission also serves as a resource to the legislature, executive branch, state agencies, and the public by providing information regarding Indiana’s utilities and the regulatory process.

Subject:   Government - US States Public utilities Lawyers Consumer protection

Veterans Affairs, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Since its establishment in 1945, the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs (IDVA) has remained focused on aiding and assisting Hoosier veterans and qualified family members or survivors, who are eligible for benefits or advantages provided by Indiana and the U.S. government.

Subject:   Government - US States Government - US Federal Military Human services

Veterans' Home, Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

Located in West Lafayette, Indiana, the Indiana Veterans' Home (IVH) offers long-term skilled nursing care, short-term rehabilitation, independent living, and memory care services to honorably discharged Indiana veterans and their spouses.

Subject:   Government - US States Science & Health Military Human services

Wabash River Heritage Corridor Commission

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

The Wabash River Heritage Corridor Commission was authorized with the passage of House Enrolled Act 1382 by the 1991 Indiana General Assembly. The current applicable Indiana Code, IC 14-13-6, was amended by the 1997 and 2005 General Assemblies. Mission - The Wabash River Heritage Corridor Commission, representing the Wabash River Heritage Corridor, shall protect and enhance the natural, cultural, historical, and recreational resources and encourage sustainable development of the corridor.

Subject:   Government - US States Natural resources Rivers Environmental protection Land use Tourist trade

War Memorials, Indiana

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historic District, in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, is composed of predominantly Neoclassical buildings and structures, landscaped open space, and sculptural ensembles. The district is flanked on the west by Meridian Street, the primary north-south route running through the center of the city and on the east by Pennsylvania Street. Because of its location between two primary north-south traffic arteries, the Plaza provides a monumental entrance to the Indianapolis business district from the north. The plaza, along with the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument, two blocks to the south, and the USS Indianapolis Memorial, the Medal of Honor Memorial and the 9/11 Memorial on the Canal, comprise the holdings of the Indiana War Memorial Commission.

Subject:   Government - US States Society & Culture Museums Tourist trade

White River State Park Commission

Archived since: Nov, 2020

Description:

The Indiana General Assembly created the White River State Park Development Commission in 1979 as a quasi-governmental agency and it operates outside of the state park system and the Department of Natural Resources. The Commission is composed of the Mayor of the City of Indianapolis, the President of Indiana University, the Director of the Department of Natural Resources, and seven citizens appointed by the Governor for four year staggered terms.

Subject:   Government - Cities Government - US States Parks

Women, Indiana Commission for

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

The Indiana Commission for Women (ICW) is committed to the full participation of women in all aspects of society in order to make Indiana a better place to live, work and raise a family. We work to remove barriers that hinder women’s participation by increasing awareness of the status of women and their families and the issues they face; recognizing and promoting the contributions that Hoosier women make to their community, state and nation and providing balanced analysis of public policy issues that impact women in Indiana.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Government - US States History Culture Economic development

Worker's Compensation Board of Indiana

Archived since: Sep, 2020

Description:

WCB's mission is to provide efficient dispute resolution for injured workers and employers by administering both formal adjudication and informal dispute resolution services; to serve the public by answering inquiries regarding the Indiana Worker's Compensation system; and to collect statistical information regarding workplace injuries in Indiana.

Subject:   Government - US States Labor Labor laws and legislation

Workforce Development, Indiana Department of

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

The office of Workforce Development processes unemployment claims and assists job seekers with training and development to get them back into the workforce.

Subject:   Government - US States Unemployment Vocational education

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