For Agencies and Municipalities

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  • Codes Amendment Subcommittee

    Established pursuant to section 29-251-7b of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, the Code Amendment Subcommittee (a subcommittee of the Codes and Standards Committee) works with staff from the Offices of the State Building Inspector and State Fire Marshal to develop State Building and Fire Safety Codes.

  • Codes and Standards Committee

    Pursuant to the requirements of Connecticut General Statutes § 29-252, the State Building Inspector and the Codes and Standards Committee (CAS) are responsible for adoption of a State Building Code based on a nationally recognized model building code.

  • 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.

  • Connecticut Burn Injury Reporting

    The Office of Education and Data Management (OEDM) administers Connecticut burn injury reporting on behalf of the State Fire Marshal. C.G.S.19a-510a requires all attending physicians, administrators of Healthcare Institutions, their designee or any other Healthcare provider, to report specific treated burn injuries.

  • Connecticut Education Network (CEN)

    CEN is Connecticut’s premier provider of high-performance internet services to public and private organizations. Since 2000, CEN has been accelerating the progress of our members by providing reliable, low latency, high-speed networking and security services. We are the provider of choice for organizations that demand exceptional value, performance, and highly personalized service.

  • Connecticut Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Authority

    The CTPL Program provides workers access to paid leave for life events covered under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA), the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act (CT FMLA) and the Connecticut Family Violence Leave Act:.

  • CTsource

    CTsource is a one-stop shop to register, manage, search, view and respond to all solicitation and contract related activities that DAS Procurement and DAS Construction Services are tasked with.

  • CTsource Registration

  • Current Lessors to the State of Connecticut

    DAS Leasing and Property Transfer conducts real estate transactions on behalf of the State.

  • Custom Application Development

    The Applications Development Group of the Department of Administrative Services / Bureau of Enterprise Systems and Technology (BEST) is committed to the design, development, implementation and integration of computer information systems in support of State of Connecticut Agencies and DAS Service Areas.

  • DAS Alert System

    An electronic notification system for CT state employees about work day contingencies such as cancellations or delayed openings, as well as emergency situations that may arise.

  • DAS Annual Report to the State Properties Review Board - FY 2022

    Prepared Pursuant to Conn. Gen. State 4b-2

  • DAS Basic Fleet Information and Services

    DAS offers a wide variety of vehicles for lease for inter-agency use and can be assigned to an agency on a permanent basis to help complete their job duties.

  • DAS Bureau of Property and Facilities Management Services

    The DAS Bureau of Property and Facilities Management administers the operations, maintenance and security of state owned buildings located throughout the Hartford Area and major cities in the state including: Meriden, Mystic, New Britain and Waterbury.

  • DAS Business Office Overview

    Lists customer agencies supported and services provided by the DAS Business Office