Missouri has made significant strides to improve policies that help individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities lead more independent and productive lives.

State of Missouri employees across numerous executive departments pitched their ideas to make Missouri state government better to the state’s senior leadership on Monday in the first-ever Show Me Challenge competition.

Missouri’s state employees will once again have the opportunity to participate in the Missouri Mentor Initiative (MMI), a program that allows up to 300 state employees in targeted locations to serve as mentors for one hour per week during the workweek.

Governor Mike Parson opened up the third The Missouri Way management training program today with a speech to more than 200 leaders from across the state’s 16 executive departments.

As dangerously cold temperatures overtake Missouri this week, Governor Mike Parson is urging Missourians to understand the many hazards that come with the extreme cold and to take precautions to protect their families.

Today, Governor Parson visited Boone Center, Inc. (BCI) to learn about their efforts to offer a choice of employment for adults living with disabilities.

Missouri families with children age birth to 5 who participate in early learning programs in the state will benefit from a $6.5 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Governor Mike Parson announced the graduation of the inaugural class of the Missouri Leadership Academy.

Governor Mike Parson issued multiple executive orders today announcing a major restructuring of four state agencies in an effort to improve economic and workforce development in Missouri.

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