An attorney for a Stamford construction company warned that CT school construction contracts were being improperly awarded.
The OPM Secretary affirmed a “close working relationship” with Gov. Ned Lamont while implicitly confirming a distant relationship with others.
Diamantis’ grievance targets Joshua Geballe and Paul Mounds, claiming ‘openly hostile, condescending and abusive treatment’ of Melissa McCaw.
Josh Geballe, who was hired to modernize state government before coordinating the response to COVID-19, is leaving the Lamont administration.
The managerial raises reflect a realization it doesn’t always pay to take a promotion in state service in Connecticut.
The state has consolidated 140 positions in human resources into 70.
8,000 executive-branch employees are eligible to retire by July 1, 2022, when retirement benefits will be reduced.
Grossman Solutions will be paid from a $24 million fund of federal money.
Josh Geballe talk about the reasons for the state’s shift in plans, how Connecticut is addressing the questions of vaccine equity and the rollout for educators in an effort to open all schools.
The governor rejected a GOP suggestion that he delay collecting the 0.5% payroll deduction for Paid Family and Medical Leave.
Given work-at-home routines, self-quarantine for COVID doesn’t have to be disruptive. Even if you’re governor.
A Connecticut agency has new digital tool that can be used anytime, anywhere and on any device.
Gov. Ned Lamont will hire a consultant to prepare agencies for the retirement of thousands of employees within two years.
Amid signs that COVID is stimulating economic activity in Connecticut, the state launched a new digital welcome mat.
The state is trying to amass a 90-day stockpile of PPE in case Connecticut gets hit with another COVID-19 surge.