Gov. Ned Lamont is expected Friday to announce the departure of Melissa McCaw as the secretary of the Office of Policy and Management.
The inevitable questioning has begun: Is Gov. Ned Lamont up to the tricky task of managing a scandal in an election year?
OPM Secretary Melissa McCaw distanced herself from the former deputy at the center of an FBI investigation.
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.
Kosta Diamantis quit rather than accept a paid suspension while he is investigated for an unspecified misconduct allegation.
The managerial raises reflect a realization it doesn’t always pay to take a promotion in state service in Connecticut.
8,000 executive-branch employees are eligible to retire by July 1, 2022, when retirement benefits will be reduced.
The Lamont administration used a public hearing to dramatically stake its position in sports betting negotiations.
Urban lawmakers on the Appropriations Committee charged Gov. Ned Lamont’s budget largely ignores inequities in education and health care.
While Connecticut has provided laptops and internet access to everyone, data shows students learning online miss twice as much school.
Gov. Ned Lamont will hire a consultant to prepare agencies for the retirement of thousands of employees within two years.
The projections, much rosier than initially predicted, sparked renewed calls from lawmakers for more state spending to combat the pandemic.
Gov. Ned Lamont has directed agencies to find ways to cut spending by 10% or more in the next budget.
State income tax receipts collected since the July 15 filing deadline continue to rise, bolstering Connecticut’s rainy day fund.