Other Nebraska State Governmental Bodies
Including Quasi-Public Agencies

Quasi-public agencies typically are publicly-chartered, independent, bodies that perform some public function and are controlled by government-appointed boards. They may or may not receive state general funds. They are typically endowed with public powers to collect fees or other revenues or to issue bonds, as well as to perform public functions. They are created through enabling legislation to perform a particular service or set of public functions whose receipts and expenses fall outside the state budget.