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- Congressional Information from the Young Democrats of America.
- Higher Education Services Corporation
The New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) administers government grant, scholarship, and guaranteed loan programs in New York State.
- Metropolitan Transportation Authority
The MTA is the largest public-transportation provider in the western Hemisphere. Its agencies serve a population of 13.2 million people in the 4,000-square-mile area fanning out from New York City through Long Island, southeastern New York State, and Connecticut. MTA services move 1.6 billion rail and bus customers a year - approximately one in every four users of mass transit in the United States and two-thirds of the nation's rail riders.
- New York State Assembly
A major feature of this site is the Assembly Legislative Information System, with which you can review detailed information on legislation in the current two-year legislative session. You can read the full text of a bill, check its current status in the legislative process, and even browse the sponsor's Memorandum in Support. In addition, you can review Assembly committee and floor calendars, find out when and where public hearings are being held, and explore the state constitution and laws of New York State. A pictorial tour of the New York State Capitol is also available here.
- New York State Board of Elections
New York's Voter Information Center -- Information on voting in NYS, NVRA, County Boards of Elections, Campaign finance, Political Calendar, Press Releases etc.
- New York State Department of Labor
The mission of the New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) is to prepare the people of our state for the jobs of today and tomorrow to help New York work.
- New York State Department of Social Services
The agency supervises the work of the 58 local social services districts (New York City and 57 counties) and apportions to localities funds which have been approved by the state Legislature or the federal government. The department is responsible for supervising a range of programs which provide cash assistance and support to eligible children, families and adults, including Aid to Families with Dependent children (AFDC), Home Relief (HR), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Emergency Assistance for Families and Adults (EAF, EAA), Energy Assistance and Food Stamps. The department also administers the Medicaid program, which finances medical care for persons who are eligible, whether because of low income or special medical needs.
- New York State Department of State
The Department oversees many programs which provide a variety of services to citizens, community organizations, businesses and local governments. From enforcing the state's building code to operating the Coastal Management Program and training firefighters and local planning and zoning officials, much of the work done at the Department is with local governments.
- New York State Education Department
The State Education Department is responsible for general supervision of all educational institutions in the State, for operating certain educational and cultural institutions, and for certifying teachers and certifying or licensing practitioners of thirty-one professions.
- New York State Government Information Locator Service
The NYS ILS provides a single point of access to information services provided by New York State Government agencies, the State Legislature and the Judiciary. The ILS is jointly operated by the New York State Archives and Records Administration and the New York State Library.
- New York State Laws
- New York State Office of Real Property Services
"To accurately measure full value among assessing units and assist local governments to achieve equity within assessing units." The State Office of Real Property Services (ORPS), formerly known as the State Division of Equalization & Assessment (E&A), carries out the policies and programs of the State Board.
- New York State Office of the Comptroller
The State Comptroller is New York State's chief fiscal officer, and is charged with auditing government operations and operating the Statewide Retirement Systems.
- New York State Police
Features New York's 12 Most Wanted, Missing Children, CrimeTips, History [by decade], telephone listings, workload statistics, map of NYSP Troop locations and All Points Bulletin which lists pending state police investigations.
- New York State Senate
- New York State
- The New York State Insurance Department
The Insurance Department is responsible for supervising and regulating all insurance business in New York State. The Department's mission is to:
- ensure the continued sound and prudent conduct of insurers' financial operations
- provide fair, timely and equitable fulfillment of insurer obligations
- protect policyholders from financially impaired or insolvent insurers
- eliminate fraud, other criminal abuse and unethical conduct in the industry
- foster growth of the insurance industry in the State.
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