Montana has a number of statewide elected officials including the Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor and Superintendent of Public Instruction. You can also find links to other elected officials.
Forms and Subjects Indexes can help you find information using a database of subjects or common government forms.
The Montana Constitution defines the powers of the three branches of government and describes the basic rights belonging to the people of the State. The links below provide access to Montana's primary laws under the Constitution. For more information and links to other Montana laws, visit the State Law Library.
Grants and loans provided by state agencies for business development, Montana communities, housing, energy improvements, transportation projects and other efforts to improve public infrastructure.
Listings of Montana cities from the Montana League of Cities and Towns and county listings from the Montana Association of Counties.
Montana is home to a rich Native American population. There are seven reservations in Montana, representing 11 tribes. To learn more about Tribal Governments in Montana, visit Governor's American Indian Nations (GAIN) Council, State Tribal Economic Development Commission (STEDC), Office of Indian Affairs, or Indian Nations.
Federal Government resources, including the Montana Congressional delegation, government agencies, USA.gov and branches of the military.
Montana Newslinks provides a centralized location for you to access the latest news from state agencies.
Montana's State Government comprises and answers to the ideals of each of our citizens. Taxpayers have the right to understand the spending their elected officials have approved, and can find this information in the following links to current State budgets and related information.
For State of Montana employees and those doing work on behalf of the state only.