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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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DAS Procurement Earns Honorable Mention from NASPO8/23/2022 by Gene Burk
We keep trying and we keep getting honored! In August DAS Procurement was recognized with an honorable mention by the National Association of Procurement Officials (NASPO) for its submission to the George Cronin Award for Procurement Excellence. The cate...
by Department of Administrative Services
Today, DAS Commissioner Michelle Gilman and DAS Supplier Diversity Program Manager Meg Yetishefsky joined Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, SBA representatives and other dignitaries to wish the Small Business Administration a happy 69th birthday. Connecticu...
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DAS applauds the passage of Senate bill 52555/9/2022 by Eleanor Michael
The passage of House Bill 5255 furthers the state’s goal of embracing modern business practices that result in a more efficient and flexible operation of government. We always seek to eliminate duplicative processes, while making sure we maintain key safeguar...
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by Michelle Gilman
Today, Governor Lamont – in collaboration with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) and our team here at the Connecticut Department of Administrative Services (DAS) – announced that after a competitive bidding proces...
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, ...
Exciting Updates Coming to DAS Small and Minority Business Program9/27/2021 by Meg Yetishefsky
On October 1, 2021 more streamlining efforts arecoming to the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Small and Minority Business certification that creates a more rational and data-driven basis for defining for-profit small businesses. The changesimplif...
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Modernizing State Government Operations8/5/2021 by Gene Burk
In July, I joined Governor Lamont in New Canaan when he signed Public Act 2176 that improves businesses access to working with state government, helps Connecticut gain access to cutting-edge technology, and ensures that outdated bureaucratic processes are no...
The State's General Fund grows due to P-Card usage8/3/2021 by Veronica Coty, Kerry DiMatteo
We’re excited to let you know that the Department of Administrative Services (DAS), in partnership with the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC), accepted a rebate of $1,438,341.70 from JPMorgan Chase, stemming from the State’s use of P-Card services issued b...
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...
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