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Analysis Report Provides Opportunities to Improve services ahead of 2022 retirements3/31/2021
The State of Connecticut has received a report from the Boston Consultant Group on an extensive analysis of opportunities for the state of Connecticut to improve its efficiencies while anticipating a wave of employee retirements by July 2022. The report fulfi...
We're working to make the state safer with legislative Bills 845 and 8463/25/2021 by Eleanor Michael
This week we had some good news – two of our DAS agency bills advanced out of the Public Safety and Security Committee! We wanted to take this opportunity to share a little bit about the good work of our agency, and how these bills will enhance it. ...
Governor's Bill 6444 on IT Modernization3/17/2021 by Lora Rae Anderson
Department of Administrative (DAS) Services Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer Josh Geballe testified today before the Joint Committee on Government Administration & Elections on Governor’s BIll 6444, An Act Concerning the Modernization of State Serv...
State of CT launches Information Technology Optimization Process3/16/2021 by CIO Mark Raymond
The State of Connecticut has started a year-long process of building a new information technology organization for state agencies to better serve our employees and the residents of Connecticut. The process to centralize the coordination of the State’s IT...
by Department of Administrative Services
Governor Lamont once referred to DAS as the nerve center of Connecticut state government. During this pandemic, this statement has become more and more obvious. So what has DAS been doing to support the state during the COVID-19 issue? A lot. Below are some...
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DAS Continues to up the recycling game at 450 Columbus Boulevard3/3/2020 by Department of Administrative Services
In a previous blog entry, DAS Facilities highlighted their efforts in recycling. On average, the complex recycles approximately 40% to 45% of all material that leaves the facility. DAS Facilities is upping their game by piloting a composting function to the ...
State readies one-stop regulatory shop for business owners, entrepreneurs2/25/2020 by Department of Administrative Services
From the Hartford Business Journal.This summer, businesses and entrepreneurs will see the first major, public-facing example of the Lamont administration’s push to modernize and streamline the state’s information-technology systems. Business One Stop promises ...
Governor Lamont and DAS Commissioner Josh Geballe Announce Andrea Barton Reeves CEO of the Connecticut Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Authority1/23/2020 by Department of Administrative Services
Department of Administrative Services Commissioner Josh Geballe, chairperson of the Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Authority (left), with the authority’s incoming CEO Andrea Barton Reeves (center) and Governor Ned Lamont (right). Governor Ned Lamont...
9 Ways Amazon Business Services helps State Agencies increase small purchase efficiencies8/29/2019 by Department of Administrative Services
When you think of online shopping, what comes to mind? Amazon! Millions of shoppers all across the world are using Amazon for their personal shopping needs. It’s easy and efficient, there are great deals, you can find just about any product you need, and th...
DAS Facilities Management Oversees Recycling at 450 Columbus Blvd. Complex - It's Working!7/19/2019 by Department of Administrative Services
For three years now DAS Facilities has been working to keep the office complex at 450 Columbus Blvd in Hartford from depositing too much garbage into local landfills. The recycling program is a group effort between DAS Facilities and Konover Commercial Corpora...
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