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"Digital Equity" Defined - and Why it Matters3/1/2023 by Doug Casey
In the March 2023 issue of Journal, the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education newsletter, Doug Casey from DAS' Commission for Educational Technology, published Digital Equity Defines – and Why it Matters, an informative article outlining Connecticut's...
DAS Recognizes Black History Month 20232/20/2023 by Department of Administrative Services
February is Black History Month. Black History Month is the annual celebration of the achievements and impact of Black Americans in U.S. history. The month-long celebration evolved from “Negro History Week” in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson and the Association fo...
Happy New Year from DAS Commissioner Gilman1/2/2023 by Michelle Gilman
I hope you have all had a wonderful holiday season with your friends and family. I’ve had the opportunity to reflect on the trailblazing work of our team at the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) in 2022, and to look forward to continued progres...
Governor Lamont and DAS Announce Federal Digital Equity Grant Award12/21/2022 by Doug Casey
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, DAS Commissioner Michelle Gilman, BITS CIO Mark Raymond, and Doug Casey, Executive Director for the Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology announced that the State of Connecticut is receiving $736,568 from the U.S. ...
Improving Transparency in State Government12/19/2022 by Eleanor Michael
At DAS, transparency is a top priority. Specifically, it is crucial that our agency provide Connecticut residents with information about the services we are providing using taxpayer dollars. For this reason, DAS proposed several statutory changes last year r...
DAS is working to remove PFAS from our state's environment12/13/2022 by Darren Hobbs
On December 8, the Department of Administrative Services participated in the Connecticut Interagency PFAS Task Force meeting at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. The goal of the annual meeting is to review how the state is addressing PFAS (per-an...
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It's Career Development Month 202211/13/2022 by Jordan Kubik
On November 1, 2022, Governor Ned Lamont proclaimed the month of November Career Development Month in the State of Connecticut. This celebration recognizes the ongoing importance of setting career-related goals, as well as the training, education, and profess...
DAS 2022 Building and Fire Codes10/31/2022 by Darren Hobbs
Among its many responsibilities, the Connecticut Department of Administrative Services (DAS) sets building and maintenance standards so that the people who live, work, learn and play in our communities are protected, and new buildings have the energy efficien...
DAS Recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month 202210/24/2022 by Katya Hunt
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month which was first established in 1981 by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and launched nationwide in October of 1987. The goal of Domestic Violence Awareness Month is to unite those working on domesti...
Office of Education and Data Management10/20/2022 by Bonnie Becker
Here at DAS, we provide all types of state services. One said service is within a little known, but important office, the Office of Education and Data Management (OEDM). OEDM plays a large role in the training of fire and building officials. OEDM perfo...
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