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  • 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.

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