Nebraska State Government Agencies

All 14 agencies

  • Department of Health and Human Services
  • Education

    37 forms 2 contacts

  • Judicial Branch

    630 forms 6 contacts

    The Judicial Branch, like the Executive and Legislative Branches of government, must be accountable to the public. This goal focuses on the obligation of courts and probation to ensure that staff at all levels are competent, professional, fiscally responsible, and customer service oriented; to establish standards by which court and probation operations and performance can be measured; to keep all branches of government and the public informed of Judicial Branch operations, programs, and initiatives; and to develop a clear strategic agenda that fosters public trust and confidence. Confidence in our judges is at the heart of maintaining the public’s trust in the Judicial Branch. It is vital that judges and all Judicial

    Branch employees are provided ongoing quality education. Allegations of misconduct must be investigated and resolved timely and fairly.

  • Motor Vehicles

    143 forms 93 contacts

    The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles is responsible for licensing and motor vehicles.

  • Nebraska District Bankruptcy Court

    37 forms 2 contacts

  • Nebraska District Court

    75 forms 3 contacts

  • Nebraska Federal Public Defender

    9 forms 2 contacts

  • Nebraska Pretrial Services

    40 forms

  • Nebraska Probation Office

    51 forms

  • Nebraska Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  • Nevada District Bankruptcy Court

    59 forms 2 contacts

    The Mission of The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada is to resolve matters fairly and timely within the jurisdiction of the court in accordance with the Constitution and laws of the United States by providing an impartial, independent and dignified forum, in order to promote respect for the rule of law, engender public confidence and trust, and protect individual rights and liberties.

  • Omaha Tribe of Nebraska
  • Revenue

    261 forms 6 contacts

    The mission is to serve the public by administering the state revenue laws with integrity, efficiency, and consistency

  • Secretary of State

    125 forms 2 contacts

    The secretary of state has responsibilities over the following areas: elections, business registrations, occupational licensing, state rules and regulations, records management, international relations and youth civics programs. The secretary of state is the keeper of the Great Seal of the State of Nebraska, and the office is the repository for official state documents. By law, the secretary of state serves on a number of state boards.