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Connecticut's Digital Equity Plan9/26/2022 by Doug Casey
The State of Connecticut, under the leadership of Governor Lamont, has been working to be more efficient and to better serve our residents in a number of ways – including moving more tools online. That shift started even before the COVID-19 pandemic, bu...
by Max Gigle
Yesterday, the 6th Annual Digital Government Summit returned in-person at the Hartford Marriott Downtown. Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz; DAS Commissioner Michelle Gilman; and Connecticut’s Chief Information Officer, Mark Raymond joined technology leader...
Get Notified About State Jobs!8/11/2022 by Department of Administrative Services
The State of Connecticut is a great place to work. We offer competitive pay, great benefits, and flexible work schedules. So how do you know what job interests you if you want to work for the State of Connecticut? Through our Online Employment Ce...
Equal Employment OpportunityGovernment InnovationHuman ResourcesInformation Technology
The Connecticut CyberHub Initiative7/20/2022 by Doug Casey
As you are probably aware, DAS and other State agencies have intentional efforts underway to streamline and digitize services for the residents we serve. And as these resources move online, combatting cybersecurity threats remains a top priority. To do so req...
Connecticut Receives 2022 Public Sector Excellence Award From Tyler Technologies6/9/2022
We’re proud to announce that the State of Connecticut recently received national recognition for its use of technology to streamline and improve state regulatory practices and provide better service to Connecticut residents. DAS is the state agency that includ...
DAS Commission Enables Open Education6/7/2022 by Doug Casey
The launch of Go Open CT (www.GoOpenCT.org) by the Commission for Educational Technology last summer brought a host of benefits to the state. The site allows any teacher or professor in Connecticut to participate in the...
by Doug Casey
The Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology, which operates out of DAS, has played a critical role over the past two years in helping to connect students for any time, anywhere learning.
New Request for Information: Blockchain Management10/12/2021 by Alison Monroe
DAS is issuing this Request for Information (RFI) as required by Special Act 21-25 – AN ACT CONCERNING BLOCKCHAIN AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. Blockchain is a system of recording information in a way that makes it difficult or impossible to change, hack, ...
by Eleanor Michael
I wanted to send a note to update you about the success that the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) team had during the 2021 legislative sessionwhich justended last week. DAS, with the support of the Connecticut General Assembly, accomplished a lot t...
Government InnovationLegislation and RegulationsProcurementReal EstateSmall & Minority BusinessInformation Technology
The Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology and House Bill 6573: Adding Board Members and adding experience4/22/2021 by Doug Casey
In addition to the rich diversity of work that the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) already engages in — from construction and transportation to digitizing services for Connecticut residents — the agency also works closely with the Offi...
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