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Governor-Elect Dan Malloy Taps McCluskey to join the Board of Pardons and Paroles
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy today announced that he has chosen State Representative David McCluskey to join the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Governor-Elect Malloy Announces Addition of Flanagan, Reich to Governor's Senior Staff
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy announced the addition of Colleen Flanagan and Arielle Reich to his office's senior staff today. Flanagan will assume the role of Director of Communications, a position she currently holds for the Transition Team; Reich will be Director of Intergovernmental Affairs/Special Assistant to the Governor.
Governor-Elect Malloy Selects Don Defronzo to Lead Department of Administrative Services
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy announced today that he has selected former New Britain Mayor and current State Senator Donald J. DeFronzo to lead the Department of Administrative Services.
Governor-Elect Malloy Lauds Passage of Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy released the following statement regarding yesterday’s Senate passage of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy Taps Ochiogrosso, McDonald, for Senior Leadership Positions in Governor's Office
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy today added to his senior leadership team, naming longtime advisors Roy Occhiogrosso and State Senator Andrew McDonald as his Senior Advisor and General Counsel, respectively. McDonald will complete his current term as a state senator, but will resign his member-elect status and will not be sworn in to a new term in the State Senate.
OPM Secretary Designee Barnes Names Senior Staff
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy’s choice to lead the Office of Policy and Management (OPM), Ben Barnes, today named members of the agency’s senior staff. Mark Ojakian will join the staff as the Deputy Secretary of OPM; Gian-Carl Casa will be Undersecretary for Legislative Affairs; Anne Foley will be Undersecretary for Policy Development and Planning; and State Representative Mike Lawlor will be Undersecretary for Criminal Justice Policy and Planning.
Governor-Elect Malloy Selects Retired State Police Major Reuben Bradford to Lead Department of Public Safety
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy today selected former State Police Major Reuben Bradford to lead the Department of Public Safety, which is comprised of three divisions: the Division of State Police, the Division of Fire, Emergency and Building Services and the Division of Scientific Services.
Governor-Elect Malloy on Federal Judge’s Healthcare Ruling
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy released the following statement about a federal judge’s ruling concerning the constitutionality of the national healthcare law, and what it means for Connecticut.
Governor-Elect Malloy Supportive Of Framework To Provide Unemployment Benefits, Middle Class Tax Cuts
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy released the following statement regarding the deal currently under consideration in Washington, DC, which would extend unemployment benefits and the existing middle class tax cuts.
Lt. Governor-Elect Wyman Announces Release of Additional Tickets for the Inaugural Ball
Lieutenant Governor-Elect Nancy Wyman today announced the release of additional tickets for the Inaugural Ball on January 5, 2011 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. The original lot of 1,750 tickets sold out quickly and in order to meet the demand, additional tickets have been released and are available
Governor-Elect Malloy Announces National Searches for Four Commissioners
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy today announced national searches for selection of commissioners for several Connecticut agencies, including the Department of Transportation, the Department of Education, the Department of Social Services and the Department of Environmental Protection.
Governor-Elect Malloy Announces Policy Working Groups
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy today announced the leaders of his policy working groups. These groups, which are still being formed, will work with Policy Transition Team co-chairs Linda Kelly and Joe McGee to gather input in specific policy areas.
Governor-Elect Malloy on Pre-School for Low-Income Students
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy's statement regarding Education Commissioner Mark McQuillan’s proposal to provide preschool for low-income students to fill any gaps created by the State Board of Education’s decision to narrow the time frame for when children enter kindergarten.
Governor-Elect Malloy Meets with CT Congressional Delegation
Governor-Elect Dan Malloy, in Washington to meet with Obama Administration officials, including Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Department of Energy Undersecretary Cathy Zoi, Governors and fellow Governors-Elect, met Thursday morning with the entire Connecticut Congressional Delegation in Senator Chris Dodd’s office in the Capitol.
Governor-Elect Malloy Speaks with HHS Secretary Sebelius About UConn Health Center
Governor-elect Dan Malloy met today in Washington with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to discuss the UConn Health Center, specifically the Infrastructure to Expand Access to Care (IEAC) program. This competitive grant program provides the UConn Health Center with the opportunity to achieve financial viability, increase access to quality health care for Connecticut's citizens, and produce thousands of permanent new jobs in Connecticut.