The COVID-ready DMV opened for license renewals Tuesday, and plans to reopen schools will come Thursday.
The DMV commissioner directed hundreds of employees to report to the Wethersfield office Tuesday despite several confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Connecticut joined New York and New Jersey on Monday in a coordinated effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
State auditors say gaps in criminal background check procedures for school bus drivers could place children in jeopardy.
Three critical gubernatorial appointments appeared to easily clear the legislature’s joint committee on executive and legislative nominations Tuesday.
The appointment reflects several goals: Attracting private-sector information-technology talent, creating a customer-friendly culture, and building a racially diverse senior team.
His proposals include extending the time between DMV license and registration renewals.
You probably think of the DMV as just a place to get your license or registration — usually after an interminable wait. Comics have long used it as a punchline. Ned Lamont on Monday became the latest politician to use it as a metaphor for what is wrong with government bureaucracy.
He doesn’t deliver his State of the State address until next week, but Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proclaimed Wednesday that the state of the much-maligned Department of Motor Vehicles is, well, better. In fact, it’s 55 percent better, as measured by average wait times.
The U.S. Department of Justice and Connecticut announced Friday that an enhanced online voter registration system will launch Monday at the Department of Motor Vehicles in response to a civil rights investigation that concluded the state was in violation of the so-called “motor-voter” provisions of the National Voting Rights Act of 1993.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy named a new team Wednesday, including a retired corporate executive with experience fixing customer service systems, to oversee the outsized headache the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles has become.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy wants to help the beleaguered Department of Motor Vehicles by getting the agency out of the municipal debt collection business and by expanding transactions that can be done at private businesses like AAA offices.
The administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy scrambled Wednesday to frame the resignation of Andres Ayala Jr., who was the Democratic governor’s first Hispanic department head, as other than an attempt to solely blame him for a troubled yearlong tenure as commissioner of motor vehicles.
Sen. Andres Ayala Jr., D-Bridgeport, who declined an administration post in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s first term, was named Monday as the next commissioner of motor vehicles, giving Malloy his first Hispanic department head. Lobbying is under way for a second.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced one reappointment and two administrative changes Friday: Donald J. DeFronzo is retiring as the commissioner of administrative services and will be succeeded by Melody Currey, who now runs the Department of Motor Vehicles.