New Hampshire State Government Agencies

All 15 agencies

  • Agriculture Markets and Food

    23 forms 1 contacts

    The mission of the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food is to support and promote agriculture and serve consumers and business for the benefit of the public health, environment and economy.

  • Department of Health and Human Services

    158 forms 17 contacts

    The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is the largest agency in New Hampshire state government, responsible for the health, safety and well-being of the citizens of New Hampshire. DHHS provides services for individuals, children, families and seniors, and administers programs and services such as mental health, developmental disability, substance abuse, and public health.

  • Department of Motor Vehicles

    133 forms 1 contacts

    The mission is to enhance public safety on the roadways of New Hampshire by ensuring that our drivers, vehicles, and service providers are properly credentialed and by providing resources for the maintenance of our roadway infrastructure.

  • Department of Revenue

    291 forms 1 contacts

  • District Court

    46 forms 1 contacts

    The United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire has entered a new Standing Order (20-25) addressing the status of hearings, jury trials, grand jury, mediations, and other events. The court has also entered a new protocol outlining restrictions on public access to the Rudman Courthouse (20-23) and a revised protocol governing in-court hearings (20-27). The court will continue to conduct civil and criminal hearings by videoconference and telephonic hearings (20-7) or by in-court hearings (20-27) in the discretion of the presiding judge.

  • Executive Council

    1 forms 1 contacts

    The Executive Council of the State of New Hampshire has the authority and responsibility, together with the Governor, over the administration of the affairs of the State as defined in the New Hampshire Constitution, the New Hampshire statutes, and the advisory opinions of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and the Attorney General.

    Each of the five Executive Councilors represents one fifth of the population or approximately 263,000 citizens. Councilors are elected every two years, concurrently with the Governor. The Councilors participate in the active management of the business of the state. They receive assistance from the Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services and the Attorney General who review requests involving state funds since no expenditure can be legally authorized without the availability of adequate funds.

  • Judicial Branch

    804 forms 1 contacts

    The mission of the New Hampshire Judicial Branch is to preserve the rule of law and protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the United States and New Hampshire Constitutions. The courts will provide accessible, prompt, and efficient forums for the fair and independent administration of justice with respect for the dignity of all they serve.

  • Labor

    101 forms 1 contacts

  • New Hampshire District Bankruptcy Court

    20 forms 1 contacts

  • New Hampshire District Court

    38 forms 1 contacts

  • New Hampshire Financial Assistance to Needy Families

    147 forms

  • New Hampshire Prob/Pretrial Office

    8 forms

  • Secretary of State

    159 forms 1 contacts

    The New Hampshire constitution enacted on June 2, 1784, provides for a department of state with a secretary of state elected by the legislature every two years, and a deputy appointed by the secretary. The position of Secretary of State is one of the oldest in the nation, dating to 1680 when New Hampshire was a Royal Province.

    The Secretary of State is third in line of succession as Acting Governor following the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House when the Governor is incapacitated or the office becomes vacant.

  • Secretary of State's Office

    14 forms 1 contacts

  • State Government

    87 forms 1 contacts