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Directories of State Agencies
State and Local Government on the Net
Comprehensive links to U.S. state and local government sponsored Internet sites, updated daily. View all the Web sites in a given state, or view Web sites across all states dealing with a given topic. Also links to federal and non-government national organizations that serve state and local governments.
Links to state agencies and information, arranged alphabetically by subject with sections for each state.
Organizations Serving State Governments
Council of State Governments
Links to web sites in individual cities, arranged by state and territory. The only multi-branch state association, CSG helps state governments share resources, strategies, and ideas.
International City/County Management Association
Professional and educational association for more than 8,000 appointed administrators and assistant administrators serving cities, counties, other local governments, and regional entities around the world.
National Association of State Chief Information Officers
Represents chief information officers and information resource executives and managers from the 50 states, six U. S. territories, and the District of Columbia. From its founding in 1969 to 1989, the association was known as NASIS (National Association for State Information Systems). From1989 to 2001 it was called NASIRE (National Association of State Information Resource Executives).
National Conference of State Legislatures
The premiere legislative organization in the U.S. This homepage provides a guide to the organization, related news stories, selected agency publications, and links to related Internet sites.
National Governors’ Association
As the only bipartisan organization of, by, and for the nation’s Governors, NGA provides a forum for Governors to exchange views and experiences. NGA also provides assistance in solving state-focused problems, information on state innovations and practices, and bipartisan forum for Governors to establish, influence, and implement policy on national issues.
National League of Cities
The largest and most representative organization in the U.S. serving municipal governments. This homepage includes information about the organization, as well as extensive links to state affiliates, local government organizations, and related information on the Internet.
U.S. Conference of Mayors
The official nonpartisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. There are about 1,050 such cities in the country today. Each city is represented in the Conference by its chief elected official, the mayor.
Information from State Government Agencies
Information by Topic or Type of Agency