Transportation -- South Dakota -- Planning; Roads -- South Dakota -- Maintenance and repair
This four-year Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) was developed through the coordinated efforts of the South Dakota Department of Transportation, South Dakota Transportation Commission, state and federal agencies, local and...
Finance, Public -- South Dakota -- Auditing; Legislative auditing -- South Dakota
Report that includes the financial statements for the state of South Dakota as
of June 30, 2012 and for the year then ended. The report also presents the results of audit of the
state’s compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Roads -- South Dakota -- Finance; Transportation and state -- South Dakota; Federal aid to transportation -- South Dakota; Motor fuels -- Taxation -- South Dakota; Finance, public -- South Dakota
The objectives of this investigation is to describe current federal, state, and local revenue streams for state and local highways. Also, to examine the value and practicality of current and alternative local, state, and federal revenue streams.
South Dakota -- Department of Labor and Regulation; Labor supply -- South Dakota; Employment agencies -- South Dakota; Unemployment -- South Dakota; Insurance -- South Dakota; Banks and banking -- South Dakota; Securities -- South Dakota
Annual report for the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation.
This report demonstrates the Department of Corrections continued participation in the Performance–based Standards (PbS) Project as administered by the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators. This report includes the two latest data...
South Dakota -- Investment Council; Investment of public funds -- South Dakota
The South Dakota Investment Council annual report for fiscal year 2013 provides information about management of State of South Dakota financial assets, including the South Dakota Retirement System, trust funds, and other financial assets.
Child welfare -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Children -- South Dakota -- Statistics
The South Dakota KIDS COUNT project is part of a network of projects in 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, coordinated and supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. This marks the 21st South Dakota KIDS...