Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 81. State Administrative Departments

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  • Article 1. The Governor and Administrative Departments
  • Article 2. Department of Agriculture
  • Article 3. Department of Banking and Finance
  • Article 4. Department of Labor
  • Article 5. State Fire Marshal
  • Article 6. Health and Human Services
  • Article 7. Department of Roads
  • Article 8. Independent Boards and Commissions
  • Article 9. State Cooperation with Federal Government
  • Article 10. State-Owned Motor Vehicles
  • Article 11. Department of Administrative Services
  • Article 12. Department of Economic Development
  • Article 13. Personnel
  • Article 14. Law Enforcement
  • Article 15. Environmental Protection
  • Article 16. State Energy Office
  • Article 17. Nebraska Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act
  • Article 18. Crime Victims and Witnesses
  • Article 19. Truth and Deception Examiners
  • Article 20. Nebraska State Patrol
  • Article 21. State Electrical Division
  • Article 22. Aging Services
  • Article 24. Prompt Payment Act
  • Article 25. Commission on Indian Affairs
  • Article 27. State Government Effectiveness Act
  • Article 28. Railroad Right-Of-Way
  • Article 29. State Civil Officers
  • Article 31. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Article 34. Engineers and Architects Regulation Act
  • Article 35. Geologists Regulation Act
  • Article 36. Nebraska Development Network Program
  • Article 37. Nebraska Visitors Development Act

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