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  • Resources in this category:
       Health Professionals Services Program (State of Minnesota)
       Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Agency (State of Minnesota)
    P.O. Box 441, 4261 Hwy 53 South, Eveleth, MN 55734-0441.
       Legislative Commission on Health Care Access (State of Minnesota)
       Metropolitan Council
    "The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning agency serving the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area and providing essential services to the region."
       Minnesota Geological Survey (State of Minnesota)
       Minnesota Higher Education Services Office
    "The Higher Education Services Office (HESO) is a state agency of Minnesota dedicated to providing access to higher education for Minnesota's citizens."
       Minnesota Office of Enterprise Technology (State of Minnesota)
    This state agency came into existence on July 1, 2005, headed by the State Chief Information Officer, appointed by the Governor and a member of the Cabinet.

    Two former divisions of the Minnesota Department of Administration, the Minnesota Office of Technology and the InterTechnologies Group, were merged into the new agency.

    According to the press release announcing the appointment of the state CIO, July 25, 2005, the agency starts existence "with a budget of $83 million and staff of over 300. Minnesota state government is estimated to spend $600 million per year on information technology through 66 different agencies, 1,000 networks and operates over 500 websites."

       Minnesota Office of Justice Programs
    "The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) provides leadership and resources to reduce crime, improve the functioning of the criminal justice system and assist crime victims. To accomplish this, OJP administers grants; provides training and technical assistance; provides research and data; works to protect crime victims' rights; and provides reparations benefits to victims of violent crime."
       Minnesota Office of the State Archaeologist (Minnesota Department of Administration)
       Minnesota RXConnect (State of Minnesota)
    "Provide[s] Minnesotans information on issues related to prescription medicine, safety and cost-saving tips, and programs to help low-income Minnesotans pay for prescription medications ... and with information about accessing lower-cost prescription medicine from Canada."
       Minnesota State Agencies, Boards and Commissions (State of Minnesota)
       Minnesota State Lottery (State of Minnesota)
       Minnesota State Retirement System (State of Minnesota)
       Minnesota WorkForce Center (Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development)
       Office of Administrative Hearings
    "The Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) is an independent tribunal within the executive branch. The OAH has three divisions; Administrative Law, Workers' Compensation and Municipal Boundary Adjustments. OAH judges conduct hearings, conferences and mediations when a state or local law provides the right to challenge a government action through an administrative hearing. OAH strives to provide all parties to a matter, a full and fair opportunity to challenge those actions. Additionally, OAH provides injured workers, their employers, and workers' compensation insurers with prompt and impartial resolutions of claims for workers' compensation benefits. The services provided by OAH are an important part of the state's guarantee of "due process of law"."
       Perpich Center for Arts Education (State of Minnesota)
       System of Technology to Achieve Results (STAR) (State of Minnesota)

    See also:
  • Minnesota Administrative Rules
  • Minnesota Administrative Tribunals
  • Minnesota State Agency Forms
  • Minnesota State Boards, Commissions and Task Forces
  • Administrative Law
  • Federal Departments and Agencies
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