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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...
House Bill 6395 Small Hot Water Heaters Proposes Reducing Regulatory Burden4/18/2021 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...
State HR Centralization Update and Pandemic response4/7/2021 by Nick Hermes
I wanted to write to you today about an important announcement that DAS made with Governor Lamont today about our human resources centralization efforts. In July of 2019, Governor Lamont signed Executive Order #2 in an announcement where he discussed the Stat...
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
Happy New Year! With a new year comes growth, changes, and new initiatives. This year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Unit has a recommendation: Enhance your awareness - not just of yourself, but your environment and the people around you. Nathaniel Branden...
It's more than just the Holiday Season - It's Universal Human Rights Month11/29/2020 by Department of Administrative Services
The holiday season is fast upon us. December is typically a month you celebrate your families, express your gratitude, and give to others in association with cultural and religious beliefs. However, regardless of what religion you practice or belief you hold, ...
DAS Procurement Highlighted in NASPO Pandemic Procurement Tribute11/3/2020 by Department of Administrative Services
The Connecticut Department of Administrative Services Procurement office was highlighted for its Coronavirus pandemic response during the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) Annual Conference, September 16, 2020. The Pandemic Procuremen...
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