- Association of Counties
The Kentucky Association of Counties is dedicated to serving all Kentucky counties by providing the highest quality programs and services.
- Attorney General
The state's Attorney General protects consumers from crimes of all types.
- Cabinet for Health and Family Services
The Cabinet for Health and Family Services provides human services for the citizens of Kentucky. The Cabinetâ€™s services include protection for vulnerable children and adults, child abuse investigations, foster care, adoptions, child support collections, cash assistance, food stamps, disability determinations, and more.
- Commonwealth Office of Technology
Our goal is to make state government more streamlined, efficient and accessible and it is the key element in electronic government.
- Department of Revenue
This department administers the tax laws of the Commonwealth.
- Education Cabinet
The Kentucky Education Cabinet is charged with the mission of preserving Kentucky's heritage, preparing for its future and promoting a statewide culture of lifelong learning.
- Environmental Protection, Department of
See these agency Web sites for information on their regulatory and landowner assistance programs.
- Finance and Administration Cabinet
Some of the duties of this cabinet are policy development, procurement of goods and services, the maintenance of state-owned facilities, and employee training.
- Highway Districts
Select the Highway District number of choice to go to the District homepage.
- House of Representatives
The Kentucky House of Representative's members, leaders, and rules can be found here.
- Internal Revenue Service
Get Federal tax information from the Internal Revenue Service.
- Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development
This website provides extensive information on the programs and services available to businesses including existing businesses, newly locating companies, start-ups, small and minority businesses, and many others.
- Kentucky Constitution
View a topical outline that breaks the Constitution down into ranges of sections by subject area and is linked to that specific range within the complete listing of sections.
- Kentucky County Clerks
Access a list of County Clerks with contact information included for each.
- Kentucky Employees' Health Plan
The Kentucky Employees' Health Plan (KEHP) is a self-insured program providing health insurance benefits to the employees and retirees of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, as well as local school boards, local health departments and other quasi governmental agencies.
- Kentucky Government Kids Page
Kentucky Legislature's web site for students, where anyone interested in learning more about the Kentucky General Assembly can find a wealth of information.
- Kentucky State Capitol Information
Kentucky State photo tour, virtual reality tour & more information on the Capitol.
- Kentucky Statutes
The statutes provided at this Web site are an unofficial posting of the Kentucky Revised Statutes as maintained in the official internal statutory database of the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission.
- Leaving State Government
These laws are intended to promote public confidence in the integrity of state government and to declare as public policy the idea that state employees should view their work as a public trust and not a way to obtain certain private benefits.
- Legislative Committees
Information on the Kentucky Legislature's standing, joint, statutory, and special committees.
- Legislative Districts
Links to maps created by House Bill 1 of the 2002 General Assembly
- Legislative Process
Learn about the Legislative Branch of Kentucky government.
- Legislative Research Commission
Services that this commission provides include: committee staffing, bill drafting, oversight of the state budget and educational reform, production of educational materials, maintenance of a reference library and Internet site, and the preparation and printing of research reports, informational bulletins and a legislative newspaper.
- Lieutenant Governor
Learn more about the Lieutenant Governor and his vision for Kentucky.
- Listing of Federal Agencies
An A-Z list of all Federal agencies and departments
- Listing of State Publications
This list provides links to the web pages of Commonwealth of Kentucky state agencies with digitized brochures, bulletins, catalogs, databases, directories, event calendars, fact sheets, guides, manuals, newsletters, press releases, statistics, and reports for online publication.
- Map of Court of Appeals
This map outlines Kentucky's seven appellate districts.
- Map of Judicial Circuits
An image of Kentucky with the Judicial Circuits highlighted and numbered
- Motor Carrier Vehicle Regulations
Here are the pertinent Kentucky Administrative Regulations for motor vehicle operation.
- New Vendor Registration
Enter your vendor profile information on this page.
- NICHCY State Contact Sheet
The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state.
- Other Executive Branch Agencies/Departments
This site from the Library of Congress contains Executive Branch links.
Learn about the Kentucky Senate's members, leaders, and rules.
- Services to State Government Workers - KDLA
The Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives offers not only services to the general public and the public library system, but also specialized services just for Kentucky state government employees.
- State Career Opportunities
Access links concerning merit and non-merit jobs, testing procedures, and more.
- State Government Policies
- State Government Procurement
Kentucky eProcurement System
- State Legislature
Find Your Legislators, Bills, Calendars, Rosters, Statutes
- The State House
Free guided tours of the new Capitol building are available daily, beginning at the tour guide's desk in the rotunda.
- The White House
On this link you can take a tour of the home of the President, follow the latest news events, or even email the White House.
- US Library of Congress
A compilation of Legislative Branch resources
The Official Federal Government Web Portal