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About the Department of Administrative Services
Melody A. Currey was appointed as Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) on January 7, 2015. DAS houses a number of distinct programs that share the common goal of providing timely, fair, competent, cost-effective services to address the needs of state agencies, municipalities, private industry, and the public.
For Agencies and Municipalities
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Licensing, Certification, Permitting, and Codes
Find Construction, Fire Officials, Building Officials, Demolition and Building Codes
Doing Business with the State
Find Surplus and Auctions, Vendor Resources, State Building Construction
State Jobs and Employment
Find Information on State Employment, Classification and Pay, State Employment Examinations
- DAS and Northwestern Connecticut Community College Unveil New Joyner Science Center
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DAS Completes New Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center at Asnuntuck Community College
Asnuntuck Community College and the Department of Administrative Services’ (DAS) Division of Construction Services invited the public to a ribbon cutting ceremony for Asnuntuck Community College’s new 27,000 sq. ft. Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center.
Making a Freedom of Information (FOI) Request Through DAS
The Connecticut Freedom of Information Act gives you the right to obtain records from DAS and attend meetings of all public agencies with certain exceptions.
FOI Guidelines for Agencies and Municipalities
Provide guidelines to agencies regarding the calculation of the fees charged for copies of computer-stored public records.
Resident Bidder Program
Multi-Agency program to study in-state contracting preferences and to submit a report to the Governor and the legislature’s Labor Committee.
Commission for Educational Technology
The Commission for Educational Technology is an independent group formed in 2000 by the Connecticut Legislature, composed of twenty leaders from education, business, information technology, and government. The Commission for Educational Technology is empowered by the General Assembly to envision, coordinate, and oversee the management and successful integration of technology in Connecticut's schools, libraries, colleges and universities.
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Uniform Licensing Application
The Uniform Licensing Application helps improve the efficiency of the licensing process by consolidating the procedures and eliminating unnecessary duplication of documents submitted for licensing purposes.