||Dallas Police and Fire Pension System|
Provides comprehensive retirement, death, and disability benefits for the City of Dallas' police officers, firefighters, retirees, and their beneficiaries.
|Austin Employees' Retirement System|
Retirement system for employees of the city of Austin and their beneficiaries.
|Board of Dental Examiners|
Safeguards the dental health of Texans by developing and maintaining programs to ensure that only qualified people are licensed to provide dental care.
|Interagency Council on Early Childhood Intervention |
State agency that serves families who have babies and toddlers with disabilities or developmental delays.
|Board of Chiropractic Examiners|| |
|Texas Municipal Retirement System|
A statewide retirement system serving over 700 Texas cities, 100,000 members and 17,000 retirees and beneficiaries.
|Board of Medical Examiners|
Agency responsible for the licensure and discipline of Texas physicians.
|Houston Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund|
Since 1937 this public pension plan has provided retirement, disability and survivor benefits for firefighters and their families.
Contains text of Texas Cancer Plan, cancer data including statistics, demographics, specialists, facilities and community resources.
|Texas: Teacher Retirement System |
Has served the retirement needs of Texas education system employees since 1937.
|Department on Aging|| |
|State Office of Administrative Hearings || |
|Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (TCDHH)|
Commission offers direct services to children and adults and engages in rule making and planning activities.
|Board of Examiners of Psychologists|| |
|Licensing andRegulation, Department of|
Occupational and professional licensing agency responsible for conducting inspections, investigating complaints, assessing penalties and setting rules and standards.