Provider of workers' compensation insurance for state agencies, county and municipal government entities, and if required by the legislature, small business in the private sector in South Carolina.
Head of the Military Department for that state, overseeing the South Carolina Army National Guard, the South Carolina Air National Guard, and the South Carolina State Guard.
Central administrative agency for SC state government.
Forum for fair, prompt, and objective hearings for any person affected by an action or proposed action of certain agencies of the State of South Carolina.
Oversees the safety and development of the state's public-use airports.
Benefits and services information for seniors; funding opportunities, manuals, and training for providers.
Promotes and protects SC's agriculture industry.
State authority for alcohol and other drug abuse programming.
An independent state agency dedicated to promoting and protecting historical records and heritage of South Carolina.
The South Carolina AHEC is a state agency that provides education, recruitment and retention programs to improve the training, diversity, and distribution of South Carolina’s health care workforce.
Provides grants, services, and leadership to arts organizations, schools, and individual artists to preserve and promote the arts in South Carolina.
The state’s chief criminal prosecutor and legal officer.
Performs audits of state agencies and works to deter fraud and mismanagement of state funds.
Regulates State-chartered banks, savings banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, and trust companies.
Provides vocational, rehabilitation, and independent living services for blind SC citizens.
Contact information for Gubernatorial appointees.
An independent state agency dedicated to ensuring that children in the state receive adequate protection and care from services or programs related to the welfare of children offered by a number of departments within state government.
Archives and distributes climatological data to State agencies, educational and research institutions, and private citizens.
Promotes the economic opportunity for individuals and businesses.
State’s chief accountant.
The collection that preserves the military history of this state.
Aims to improve the quality of life in South Carolina through the conservation of significant natural resource lands, wetlands, historic properties, and archeological sites.
File a complaint or learn about lemon law, auto insurance, or credit information.
State program that serves children with serious emotional or behavioral health diagnoses whose families need help keeping them in their home, school or community.
Protects citizens by confining offenders in controlled facilities.
Hears most types of appeals from the circuit court and the family court.
A tool used by counties and municipalities to report funds from fines, fees, and filing fee/assessments that by statute the county or municipality must remit back to the State Treasurer's Office.
Office under the State Attorney General's jurisdiction which provides support and services to eligible victims of crime.
An impartial third party who attempts to ensure that all crime victims are served justly, equitably, and fairly by South Carolina's criminal justice organizations.
Provides basic training for all law enforcement, detention, and telecommunications officers.
The state's only specialized school for students who are deaf or blind.
Promotes an improved quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Plans, develops, oversees, and funds services for South Carolinians with severe, lifelong disabilities of intellectual disability, autism, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury.
Administers and distributes funds for local initiatives in all 46 counties that are designed to appreciably impact the causes of poverty.
Enhances educational funding in South Carolina through the lottery games.
Reviews the state's education improvement process and evaluates school standards.
Oversees public education, teacher certification, and adult education.
Programs and services that educate our children, engage our citizens, celebrate our culture, and share the thrill of discovery and the joy of learning.
Oversees voter registration, candidate certification, and elections. It provides election data to the public.
Responsible for statewide emergency management planning and response to emergencies and disasters.
The Department provides unemployment benefits, job opportunities, and workforce services.
Aims to help citizens, businesses, and public entities save energy through greater efficiency, better information, and enhanced environmental quality.
Operating unit under the Department of Administration's Division of Technology. Responsible for advising State agencies on the management of personal information as well as establishing, accessing, and enhancing privacy protection policy, training, and compliance measures.
Agency is responsible for the enforcement of ethics laws. Find financial information for individuals running for public office and lobbyists.
Responsible for the development of the Governor's budget and oversight of the annual state budget for South Carolina.
Administers several programs to assist the citizens of South Carolina.
Delivers electrical, mechanical, maintenance, fire protection, horticultural, custodial, project management, safety, and building renovation services for state-owned buildings.
Promotes South Carolina locales to the film industry.
Responsible for the supervision, licensing, and examination of all State-chartered banks, savings and loan associations, savings banks, credit unions, trust companies, development corporations, consumer finance companies, deferred presentment companies, and regular check cashing companies.
Training courses, certification, and instructor resources for prospective and current firefighters.
The Office of State Fire Marshal has a regulatory responsibility to ensure compliance with state fire safety regulations.
A comprehensive, results-oriented statewide education initiative to help prepare our children to reach first grade healthy and ready to succeed.
Provides oversight for the fiscal activities for the SC state government.
Manages the State's motor vehicle fleet.
Protects, promotes, enhances, and nurtures the forest lands of South Carolina.
Provides external accountability for the foster care system and advocates on behalf of children in foster care.
The historic site of South Carolina's Governor Mansion.
A public, residential school, located in Hartsville, specializing in science and mathematics.
A public, residential school, located in Greenville, specializing in arts and humanities.
Official Website of the Governor of South Carolina.
Structured, residential, military-style school for at-risk children, ages 16-19.
A state-funded program that provides advocates for children in child abuse and neglect cases.
Protects public health, coastal resources, and the state's land, air, and water quality as authorized under multiple state and federal laws.
The state agency is responsible for Medicaid distribution.
Information for SC students preparing to attend college.
Protects and serves the public by educating its citizens on highway safety and enforcement of laws governing traffic, motor vehicles, and commercial carriers.
Mortgage and rental assistance, information for first time home buyers.
The mission of this agency is to enforce state and federal laws that prohibit discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, and public accommodation in part based on race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or familial status.
Find employee services and training information for current state government employees and apply for jobs with the State of South Carolina.
A non-profit organization, with a Governor, appointed council, that represents independent living for those citizens with disabilities.
Establishes and monitors programs and services for the delivery of legal representation to indigent defendants.
Provides occupational and personal development training for incarcerated offenders.
Operating unit under the Department of Administration's Division of Technology. Responsible for a variety of statewide policies, standards, programs, and services relating to cyber security and information systems.
Investigates and detects fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, misconduct, violations of state or federal law, and wrongdoing in the Executive Branch.
Division of the State Fiscal Accountability Authority. Provides insurance to governmental entities.
Regulates insurance industry for the state.
Promotes the business and economic welfare of South Carolina.
Agricultural High School located in McCormick, SC.
Trial courts, appeal courts, and the SC Supreme Court.
Treatment and rehabilitative agency for the state's juvenile offenders.
Licensing and regulation for more than 139 professions and occupations, such as cosmetology, dentistry, nursing, pharmacists, and many more.
Conducts independent, objective performance audits of state agencies and programs.
Provides public library development, library service for state institutions, services for the blind and physically handicapped, and library services to state government agencies.
An elected official who presides over the state Senate.
Serves a four-county area between Charleston, SC and Savannah, GA and a connection between local governments and state/federal agencies.
Developed to expand the opportunities for graduate education in the Lowcountry.
Supports the recovery of people with mental illnesses.
Estimate the financial and environmental cost of driving to your nearest government office, and find out how much you can save using online services.
South Carolina National Guard, which oversees emergency management, geographic information systems, S.C. Military Museum, and other related state entities.
Provides the citizens of the State with information and resources regarding the State's minority population.
Oversee and regulates driver's licenses and vehicle titles and registrations.
South Carolina Military Department, which oversees emergency management, geographic information systems, S.C. Military Museum, and other related state entities.
Advocate and steward of South Carolina's natural resources.
Conduct inspections of businesses to assure compliance with the state occupational safety and health act.
Responds to citizen concerns and complaints by resolving and/or referring citizens to the appropriate agency.
State agency that helps foster and promote the state’s emerging tourism industry, protects and promotes the state's parks, and helps communities plan and develop recreational opportunities for residents.
The USS Yorktown was at the "tip of the spear" in America's victory in the Pacific during World War II. Located on Charleston Harbor.
Operates the state’s vital seaport assets in Charleston and Georgetown and works to drive economic investment to South Carolina.
Prepares offenders for becoming productive members of the community and assists the victims of crimes, the courts, and the Parole Board.
Reviews and resolves disputes arising between vendors and state agencies involved in the public procurement process.
Provides the State's central procurement operation for all state agencies.
Coordinates all administrative functions of the offices of the Solicitors and affiliate services.
Responsible for the administration and management of the state’s employee insurance programs and retirement systems.
Enforces the laws governing traffic, motor vehicles, and commercial carriers.
Functions as a court for regulating utility and transportation companies in the state.
Provides centralized real estate-related services for all agencies of the state.
Represents the public interest of South Carolina in utility regulation for the major utility industries.
Manages all assets held in trust for the sole benefit of the participants and beneficiaries of the South Carolina Retirement Systems.
Responsible for gathering, researching, maintaining, and providing independent and professional analysis, information, and reports pertaining to the state.
Administers the tax laws of the state and collects taxes.
Provides the water, sewer, and related infrastructure facilities necessary for economic development, environmental protection, and public health.
State-owned electric and water utility and the state's largest power producer.
Provides training, technical assistance, statutory accountability, and other resources to promote the success of community-based School Improvement Councils in each of the state’s 1,100-plus K-12 public schools.
Through a program of research, education, extension, and training enhance economic opportunities and conservation of coastal and marine resources for South Carolina citizens.
Works on behalf of both businesses and employees as part of the Worker's Compensation system.
The state filing office for business corporations, nonprofit corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies, as well as for all Uniform Commercial Code.
Enforces the South Carolina Uniform Securities Act, which seeks to protect South Carolina investors against fraud and unfair or unethical practices.
Serves as a one-stop-shop for those looking for minority-owned businesses or looking to become certified as a minority-owned business.
Assistance and protection programs for South Carolina Citizens.
The office, and its elected official, responsible for prosecuting criminal offenses for Lancaster, Chester, and Fairfield Counties.
List of Solicitor's Offices by Judicial Circuit number.
State and federal solicitor links, including a listing of solicitors by judicial circuit.
List of state government offices in the executive, judicial, and legislative branches.
Provides manpower and technical assistance to law enforcement agencies to assist with investigations on behalf of the Governor and Attorney General.
Maintains and displays information and items about art, cultural history, natural history, science, and technology in South Carolina.
The highest court in South Carolina, composed of a Chief Justice and four Associate Justices who are elected to ten-year terms by the General Assembly.
Operating under the Department of Administration's General Services Division with the purpose of disposing of surplus property and equipment for the State and Federal Governments.
Operates the SC Technical College System, which is comprised of 16 technical colleges located across the state and its statewide affiliate programs: the Center for Accelerated Technology Training’s readySC™ program and Apprenticeship Carolina™.
Operating unit under the Department of Administration. Tasked with helping to facilitate the delivery of technology, security, and privacy-related services and solutions to governmental entities throughout the state.
The State Committee that monitors accommodations tax reporting.
Selects and assists in financing major qualified projects by providing loans and other financial assistance for constructing and improving highway and transportation facilities necessary for public purposes including economic development.
SCDOT provides up-to-date travel and traffic information. View live traffic cameras, road conditions, and maps.
Provides banking, investment and financial management service for the state, such as the investment, cash management, and safekeeping of the State's general and restricted funds and receipt and disbursement of all funds.
Provides need-based grant assistance to eligible South Carolina undergraduate students attending, on a full-time basis, eligible independent non-profit in-state colleges.
The state office is responsible for assisting all ex-service personnel and their eligible dependents in obtaining benefits for which they are eligible.
Assists residents with disabilities to prepare for, achieve, and maintain competitive employment.
The Workers’ Compensation Commission is responsible for administering the workers’ compensation law in the state. The Commission works to ensure that the workers’ compensation system is fair, equitable, and responsive to the needs of the citizens of South Carolina.