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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access to working with state government, helps Connecticut gain access to cutting-edge technology, and ensures that outdated bureaucratic processes are no...
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 CT State Marshal Commission
We wanted to send you a note today about a scam that we’re seeing emerge in Connecticut again. The Connecticut State Marshal Commission has received several reports from state marshals who have had their names, phone numbers and addresses used in an app...
The Connecticut State Marshal Commission has received several reports from state marshals who have had their name, phone numbers and addresses used in an apparent money collection scam. This same scam also occurred in 2019. Here’s how the scam works: A sc...
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...
by Nick Hermes
I am excited to announce that this month, the State of Connecticut has launched access to LinkedIn Learning for State Employees. LinkedIn Learning provides access to over 16,000 online courses taught by real-world professionals who teach in-demand skills. The...
by Michelle Gilman
Last month, the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to secure a qualified vendor to facilitate an independent disparity study relative to the State of Connecticut’s contracting practices and procedures. Once se...
by Alicia Nunez
Last month everyone here at DAS Equal Employment Opportunity was thrilled when the CROWN Act was signed by Governor Lamont on March 4th, 2021. That put Connecticut as the first state in 2021 and the eighth state to pass and enact the CROWN Act. The passage ...
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...
by Darren Hobbs
There isn’t one big fix for the challenges we often face in State government. There are thousands of small process improvements, structural changes, and statutory and regulatory updates we can make to move our state forward – one step at a time. Each small ste...