Connecticut Law
Title 4 Management Of State Agencies


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Connecticut Laws | Title 4 Management Of State Agencies

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CHAPTER 46 STATE APPOINTIVE OFFICERS

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Sec. 4-1. Appointed officers; term; compensation and expenses.

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Sec. 4-1a. Appointed officers, unspecified terms.

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Sec. 4-2. When nominations are to be made.

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Sec. 4-3. Term of office of legislative appointees.

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Sec. 4-4. Term of office of executive appointees.

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Sec. 4-5. "Department head" defined.

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Sec. 4-6. Appointment and term of department heads.

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Sec. 4-7. Confirmation or rejection of nominations by house of General Assembly. Vacancy appointment.

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Sec. 4-8. Qualifications, powers and duties of department heads.

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Sec. 4-9. Governor to commission officers.

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Sec. 4-9a. Appointment of chairpersons and executive directors of boards and commissions. Public members; proportion; definitions; exception. Members; terms.

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Sec. 4-9b. Membership of boards, commissions, committees and councils: Qualifications, gender and racial diversity required considerations. Report. Right of action.

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Sec. 4-9c. Confirmation process for appointments to boards of trustees and Board for State Academic Awards.

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Sec. 4-9d. Designation of replacement members on governmental bodies. When required officials unable or choose not to serve.

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Sec. 4-10. Appointments to state boards and commissions; lists.

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Sec. 4-11. Suspension of administrative officers.

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Sec. 4-12. Removal of officer, commissioner or deputy.

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Sec. 4-12a. Governor's powers of suspension or removal under sections 4-11 and 4-12 not applicable to deputies appointed by department heads.

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Sec. 4-13. Subpoenas.

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Sec. 4-13a. Appearance of assistant on subpoena of state officer.

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Sec. 4-14. Transportation allowance for state officers, auditors and Governor's executive secretary.

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Sec. 4-15. Expenses of state officers and employees.

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Sec. 4-16. Expenses paid by the state.

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Sec. 4-16a. Indemnification of commissioners.

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Sec. 4-17. Meeting attendance of trustees or directors of state-aided institutions.

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Sec. 4-18. Resignations of state officers.

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Sec. 4-19. Appointments to fill vacancies.

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Sec. 4-20. Bonding of state officers and employees.

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Sec. 4-21. Commissioners empowered to take acknowledgment of deeds and other instruments for Connecticut.

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Sec. 4-22. State chemists.

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Sec. 4-23. Fees of state chemist.

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CHAPTER 46a DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

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Secs. 4-23a to 4-23c.

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Secs. 4-23d to 4-23i. Successor to personnel department. Terms "Personnel Department" or "Personnel Commissioner" deemed to mean Department or Commissioner of Administrative Services, exception. Term "Personnel Policy Board" deemed to mean Commissioner of Administrative Services. Terms "Department of Finance and Control" and "Commissioner of Finance and Control" deemed to mean Department or Commissioner of Administrative Services, when. Terms "Central Collections Division" etc., and "Director of the Central Collections Division of the Department of Finance and Control" deemed to mean Department or Commissioner of Administrative Services. Term "Director of Purchases" deemed to mean Commissioner of Administrative Services.

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Sec. 4-23j.

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Sec. 4-23k. Commissioner to provide furniture, stationery, etc. Records. Typewriters, filing cabinets, etc. Cost of stationery or supplies.

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Sec. 4-23l.

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Sec. 4-23m. State-wide emergency telecommunications policy established.

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Sec. 4-23o.

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Sec. 4-23p.

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CHAPTER 47 STATE PROPERTY AND FUNDS

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Sec. 4-24.

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Secs. 4-24a and 4-24b. Capitol Center Commission. Director and staff; contracts; federal aid.

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Secs. 4-24c to 4-24k.

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Secs. 4-24l and 4-24m.

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Sec. 4-25.

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Sec. 4-26.

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Sec. 4-26a.

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Secs. 4-26b and 4-26c.

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Sec. 4-26d.

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Sec. 4-26e.

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Secs. 4-26f and 4-26g.

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Sec. 4-26h.

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Sec. 4-26i.

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Sec. 4-27.

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Sec. 4-27a.

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Sec. 4-27b.

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Sec. 4-28. Federal funds; Governor's responsibilities. Copy of applications and notice of awards to be submitted to committee having cognizance of appropriations and budgets of state agencies. Waste treatment management planning areas.

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Sec. 4-28a. Advisory commission.

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Sec. 4-28b. Federal block grant funds. Hearing. Approval or modification of Governor's recommended allocations. Transfer of allocations. Reduction of federal reimbursements.

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Sec. 4-28c. Federal oil pricing and allocation settlement funds. Approval or modification of Governor's recommended allocations.

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Sec. 4-28d.

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Sec. 4-28e. Tobacco Settlement Fund. Disbursements and grants.

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Sec. 4-28f. Tobacco and Health Trust Fund. Transfers from Tobacco Settlement Fund. Board of trustees. Disbursements.

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Sec. 4-28g. Receipt of funds for tobacco education, reduction or prevention of use. Department of Public Health approval.

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Sec. 4-28h. Regulation of certain cigarette manufacturers under tobacco settlement agreement: Definitions.

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Sec. 4-28i. Regulation of certain cigarette manufacturers under tobacco settlement agreement: Escrow funds.

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Sec. 4-28j. Cigarette manufacturers: Compliance with escrow requirements. Penalties.

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Sec. 4-28k. Cigarette manufacturers: Enforcement. Definitions.

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Sec. 4-28l. Cigarette manufacturers: Enforcement. Certification.

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Sec. 4-28m. Cigarette manufacturers: Directory. Violations of law. Review.

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Sec. 4-28n. Cigarette manufacturers: Agents for service of process.

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Sec. 4-28o. Cigarette manufacturers: Reporting requirements. Regulations.

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Sec. 4-28p. Cigarette manufacturers: Violations by stampers. Penalties. Seizure of contraband. Injunctions.

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Sec. 4-28q. Cigarette manufacturers: State to recover enforcement costs. Certification of stampers.

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Sec. 4-28r. Cigarette manufacturers: Severability of provisions.

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Sec. 4-29. Use of appropriations in conjunction with federal funds.

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Sec. 4-29a. Revenue sharing funds.

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Sec. 4-29b. Use of indirect cost recoveries.

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Sec. 4-30. Borrowing money for the Transportation Department.

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Sec. 4-30a. Transfer of surplus to Budget Reserve Fund and State Employees Retirement Fund. Reduction of outstanding state indebtedness.

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Sec. 4-30b. Use of unappropriated surplus in fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, to June 30, 2017.

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Sec. 4-31. Disposition of insurance funds.

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Sec. 4-31a. Gifts, contributions, trust income placed in General Fund.

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Sec. 4-31b. Annual statement re internal service fund operations.

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Sec. 4-31c. Grants and Restricted Accounts Fund.

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Sec. 4-32. State revenue accounting.

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Sec. 4-33. Deposit of public money and trust funds.

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Sec. 4-33a. Illegal, irregular or unsafe handling of state or quasi-public agency funds.

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Sec. 4-34.

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Sec. 4-35. Fiscal year.

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Sec. 4-36. Inventory and list of state property.

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Sec. 4-36a.

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Secs. 4-36b and 4-36c.

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Sec. 4-37. Payment to persons entitled to refund of money paid to state.

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Secs. 4-37a to 4-37c.

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Sec. 4-37d. Financial management task force.

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Sec. 4-37e. Definitions.

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Sec. 4-37f. Requirements for foundations established for principal purpose of supporting or improving state agencies.

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Sec. 4-37g. Review of foundation audit reports. Auditors of Public Accounts.

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Sec. 4-37h. Procedures for foundation solicitations.

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Sec. 4-37i. Prohibition on compensation or funds from foundation to state officer or employee without approval.

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Sec. 4-37j. Foundation policy for investigation of certain matters. Whistle-blower protection for foundation employees.

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Sec. 4-37k. Agreements between state agencies and foundations not deemed contracts for performance of governmental functions.

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Sec. 4-37l. State agency consideration of smart growth principles re certain grant applications.

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CHAPTER 48 ORGANIZATION OF STATE AGENCIES

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Sec. 4-38.

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Secs. 4-38a and 4-38b. Reorganization of executive branch, legislative finding, transfer of powers and duties among agencies, liberal construction of statutes, cooperation with Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management; repealed sections; effective dates of public acts 77-614 and 78-303. Governor's responsibilities in implementing reorganization.

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Sec. 4-38c. Departments within the executive branch.

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Sec. 4-38d. (Formerly Sec. 4-38). Transfer or assignment of functions, powers, duties of department, institution, or agency to successor department, institution, agency or authority.

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Sec. 4-38e. Receipt of federal aid by successor agency or authority.

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Sec. 4-38f. "Administrative purposes only", defined. Agencies assigned to departments for administrative purposes only; agencies' powers; departments' duties.

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Sec. 4-38g. Departments, agencies and their personnel to cooperate in the implementation of public act 77-614.

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Sec. 4-38h. Rights of state employees unaffected by public act 77-614*.

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Sec. 4-38i. Collective bargaining rights of state employees unaffected by public act 77-614.

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Sec. 4-38j. Reports to General Assembly on program and implementation of reorganization.

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Sec. 4-39. Transfer of appropriations upon transfer of functions or deinstitutionalization of clients.

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Sec. 4-40. Determination of salaries not prescribed by law.

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Sec. 4-40a. Compensation and expenses of licensing boards and commissions.

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Secs. 4-41 to 4-50. Regulations of state agencies.

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Sec. 4-51. Seals for state departments.

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Sec. 4-52. Trustee account defined.

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Sec. 4-53. Establishment of trustee accounts.

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Sec. 4-54. Management of trustee accounts.

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Sec. 4-55. Statement of trustee account operations.

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Sec. 4-56. Separate account for student or client funds.

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Sec. 4-56a. Procedures re activity and institutional welfare funds not to constitute regulations.

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Sec. 4-57. Financial reports on general welfare funds.

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Sec. 4-57a. Activity fund for inmates. Management of fund. Correctional General Welfare Fund.

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Sec. 4-58. Disposition of unclaimed property in custody of heads of state institutions.

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Sec. 4-58a. Mutual aid fire pacts between state institutions and municipalities.

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Sec. 4-59. Forms of reports to state officers.

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Sec. 4-60. Annual reports of budgeted agencies.

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Secs. 4-60a to 4-60c. State Planning Council.

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Sec. 4-60d. Legislative Committee on State Planning and Development.

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Sec. 4-60e. Existing rights and duties of state agencies not affected.

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Secs. 4-60f to 4-60h. Interagency Committee on Health and Safety Codes. Legislative finding re provisions of human services. Council on Human Services.

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Sec. 4-60i. Commissioner of Social Services to develop uniform information, technology and regulations for certain agencies.

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Sec. 4-60j. Commissioner to consider advice of advisory boards and councils.

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Sec. 4-60k. Demonstration programs.

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Sec. 4-60l. Commissioner to approve certain agency policies and programs.

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Secs. 4-60m and 4-60n. Direction of agency improvements and changes. Plan and report.

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Sec. 4-60o. Office of Child Day Care.

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Sec. 4-60p. State agencies as members of public-private consortia.

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Sec. 4-60q. Toll-free telephone access to state agencies.

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Sec. 4-61. Actions against the state on highway and public works contracts. Arbitration.

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Sec. 4-61a. Inventions and discoveries by state employees.

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Sec. 4-61b.

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Secs. 4-61c to 4-61k.

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Sec. 4-61l.

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Sec. 4-61m. Council on Voluntary Action. Director. Duties.

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Secs. 4-61n and 4-61o.

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Secs. 4-61p and 4-61q. Law enforcement agencies excepted. Complaint to Human Rights and Opportunities Commission.

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Sec. 4-61r.

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Sec. 4-61s.

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Sec. 4-61t. Committee on Career Entry and Mobility. Members. Duties.

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Sec. 4-61u. State departments and agencies required to establish programs of career mobility and accommodation and entry level training of persons with disabilities.

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Sec. 4-61v. Report to General Assembly by Commissioner of Administrative Services and Committee on Upward Mobility.

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Sec. 4-61w. Composition of employees in career mobility program.

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Secs. 4-61x to 4-61z.

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Sec. 4-61aa. Committee to encourage employment by state of persons with disabilities.

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Sec. 4-61bb.

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Sec. 4-61cc. Renewal of license, certificate, permit or registration that expires while holder is on active duty with armed forces of the United States or ordered out with the National Guard. Exceptions.

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Sec. 4-61dd. Whistleblowing. Disclosure of information to Auditors of Public Accounts. Investigation by Attorney General. Proceedings re alleged retaliatory personnel actions. Report to General Assembly. Large state contractors.

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Secs. 4-61ee to 4-61gg.

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Sec. 4-61hh. Volunteers in state government. Definitions.

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Sec. 4-61ii. Volunteer programs within state agencies.

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Sec. 4-61jj. Incidental benefits. Fulfillment of experience or training requirements.

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Sec. 4-61kk. Exemption from title 5. Compliance with regulations.

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Sec. 4-61ll. Benefits or reimbursements to volunteers.

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Sec. 4-61mm. Evaluation of volunteer program to be included in annual report.

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Sec. 4-61nn. Adaptation of administration of tests to needs of persons with disabilities.

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CHAPTER 49 AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

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Secs. 4-62 to 4-64.

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CHAPTER 50* OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT: GENERAL PROVISIONS; BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS; STATE PLANNING

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PART I* GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 4-65a. Office of Policy and Management.

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Sec. 4-65b. Transfer of certain powers and duties to secretary from Commissioner and Department of Planning and Energy Policy, Commissioner of Finance and Control, managing director, Budget and Management Division, Tax Commissioner under chapters 111 and 112 and State Planning Council.

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Sec. 4-66. Powers and duties of Secretary of Office of Policy and Management.

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Sec. 4-66a. Secretary to advise Governor and General Assembly on matters concerning local government and matters affecting the state. Planning, management and technical assistance for local governments. Federal financial assistance and funds, and financial assistance and aid from private sources.

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Sec. 4-66b. Capital development impact statements.

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Sec. 4-66c. Urban action bonds.

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Sec. 4-66d. Standardized form for notification of possible reimbursement liability.

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Sec. 4-66e. Development of interagency self-sufficiency measurement standards. Required updating.

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Sec. 4-66f. Maintenance of funds received from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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Sec. 4-66g. Small town economic assistance program. Bond authorization. Certain sewer projects eligible.

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Secs. 4-66h to 4-66z.

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Sec. 4-66aa. Community investment account. Distribution of funds.

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Sec. 4-66bb. Administrative costs to be paid from land protection, affordable housing and historic preservation account.

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Sec. 4-66cc. Agricultural sustainability account.

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Sec. 4-67. Secretary may require reports. Examination of agencies. Annual report to Governor. Medical records of state employees.

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Sec. 4-67a. Medical Affairs Reference Committee.

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Sec. 4-67b. Appraisal fee schedule established.

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Sec. 4-67c. Fee schedule for health services established by Commissioner of Social Services.

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Sec. 4-67d. Professional Advisory Committee.

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Sec. 4-67e. Coordination of water resources policy. Memorandum of understanding. Review of regulatory authority and memoranda of understanding.

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Sec. 4-67f. State agency projects to reduce costs and increase efficiencies. Employee awards. Innovations review panel. Savings realized.

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Sec. 4-67g. Bureau of Real Property Management.

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Sec. 4-67h. Bond issue.

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Secs. 4-67i to 4-67l.

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Sec. 4-67m. Development of goals, objectives and measures; implementation and revision; report.

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Secs. 4-67n to 4-67q.

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Sec. 4-67r. Connecticut Progress Council. Development of long-range vision. Benchmarks. Report on use of benchmarks in budgeting.

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Sec. 4-67s. Child Poverty and Prevention Council: Definitions.

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Secs. 4-67t and 4-67u. State Prevention Council: Comprehensive state-wide prevention plan; fiscal accountability; report and recommendations; plan to include coordination and identification of prevention services and findings re effectiveness of programs; plan for goals, strategies and outcome measures.

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Sec. 4-67v. Governor's budget document re prevention goals.

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Sec. 4-67w. State Prevention Council: Submission of recommendations re expansion, including benchmarks, or termination.

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Sec. 4-67x. Child Poverty and Prevention Council established. Duties. Ten-year plan. Prevention goals, recommendations and outcome measures. Protocol for state contracts. Agency reports. Council report to General Assembly. Termination of council.

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Sec. 4-67y. Child Poverty and Prevention Council to constitute the children in the recession leadership team. Duties. Report.

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Sec. 4-68. Records and services of office to be available in connection with the preparation, legislation and execution of the budget.

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Sec. 4-68a.

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Secs. 4-68b and 4-68c.

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Sec. 4-68d. Collection of sums due state for public assistance.

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Sec. 4-68f.

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Sec. 4-68i.

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Sec. 4-68j. Disapproval of requests by any state agency or official may be in writing.

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Sec. 4-68k. Data processing division, established. Deputy commissioner of data processing; responsibilities; qualifications.

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Sec. 4-68l. Grants to towns to supplement reimbursement under the general assistance program.

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Sec. 4-68p. Report and presentation.

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Sec. 4-68q. Notification of outstanding rearrest warrants and arrest warrants for probation violations.

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Sec. 4-68x. Urban violence reduction grant program.

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PART II* BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS

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Sec. 4-70c. Transfer of budget director's powers to managing director, Planning and Budgeting Division.

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Sec. 4-70d.

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Sec. 4-70e. Office of Finance. Executive financial officer.

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Sec. 4-71. Transmission to General Assembly of budget document in odd-numbered year and status report in even-numbered year. Report re three fiscal years immediately following biennium.

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Sec. 4-71a. Estimates of recommended state grants-in-aid to towns under the budget document.

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Sec. 4-71b. Estimates of state grants-in-aid under state budget act.

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Sec. 4-71c. Computation of the cost of an indexed increase in assistance payments.

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Sec. 4-72. Governor's budget message.

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Sec. 4-73. Recommended appropriations.

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Sec. 4-73a. Determination of actual rate of fringe benefits for funds of the constituent units of the state system of higher education.

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Sec. 4-74. Appropriation and revenue bills.

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Sec. 4-74a. Recommendations concerning the economy.

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Sec. 4-75. Publication of the budget document.

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Sec. 4-76. Governor to explain budget document and reports to legislative committees.

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Sec. 4-77. Submission of estimates of expenditures by budgeted agencies. Guidelines for standard economic and planning factors and for unit costs for utilities. Statement of revenue and estimated revenue. Financial, personnel and nonappropriated moneys status reports.

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Sec. 4-77a. Submission of estimates of expenditures for payment of workers' compensation claims.

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Sec. 4-77b. Estimate of expenditure requirement by Department of Public Works to include amount required for leasing of additional facilities and maintenance.

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Sec. 4-78. Information contained in budget recommendations.

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Sec. 4-79. Tentative budget.

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Sec. 4-80. Hearings on tentative budget.

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Sec. 4-81. Formulation of the budget.

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Sec. 4-82. Supplemental estimates.

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Sec. 4-82a. Governor to report to General Assembly re projected deficit.

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Sec. 4-83. Prohibited estimates or requests.

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Sec. 4-84. Contingency appropriation.

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Sec. 4-85. Quarterly requisitions for allotments; exceptions; modifications. Procedure for reductions to allotment requisitions and allotments in force for legislative and judicial branches.

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Sec. 4-85a. Reductions of appropriations for the fiscal year 1971-1972.

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Sec. 4-85d. Submission of accounting of federal energy funds.

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Sec. 4-86. Monthly notification re refunds. Warrants to be specific; not to exceed appropriations. Transfer of appropriations.

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Sec. 4-87. Transfer and revision of appropriations. Relocation expenses.

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Sec. 4-88. Reversion of unencumbered balances.

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Sec. 4-89. Appropriations; treatment of unexpended balances at close of fiscal year.

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Secs. 4-90 to 4-92. Transfer of unexpended balances. Report of unexpended balance of special commissions; transfer to General Fund. Unused balances of appropriations.

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Sec. 4-93. Finance Advisory Committee; appointment and term. Meeting agenda.

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Sec. 4-94. Finance Advisory Committee to approve transfers of funds.

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Sec. 4-95. Appropriation for social services assistance and care.

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Sec. 4-95a. Finance Advisory Committee; appropriation of state funds to secure federal funds or offset loss of federal funds. Appropriation of funds from the Insurance Fund resources, when.

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Sec. 4-95b. Transfer of funds to implement improvements to fiscal and related reporting procedures.

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Sec. 4-96. Additions to specific appropriations.

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Sec. 4-97. Use of appropriations.

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Sec. 4-97a. Moneys received for specific statutory purpose.

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Sec. 4-98. Appropriations encumbered by purchase order; current and capital expenditures. Delegation to agency.

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Sec. 4-99. Commitment of appropriations prior to beginning of fiscal period.

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Sec. 4-100. Penalty for exceeding appropriations; exceptions.

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Sec. 4-101. Appropriations to hospitals.

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Sec. 4-101a. Office of Policy and Management. Grants, technical assistance or consultation services to nongovernmental acute care general hospitals.

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Sec. 4-101b. Certification of reasonable efforts of hospitals to provide uncompensated care.

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Sec. 4-102. Hospital societies' reports.

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Sec. 4-103. Uniform system of accounting for hospitals receiving state aid.

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Sec. 4-104. Inspection and subpoena of hospital records.

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Sec. 4-105. Procedure where right to inspect records is denied.

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Sec. 4-106. Treatment of venereal diseases in hospitals receiving state aid.

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Sec. 4-107. Institutions receiving state aid; visitation.

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Sec. 4-107a. Fire training schools and emergency communications centers to report re use of state funds.

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PART III DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:

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Sec. 4-108. Director of purchases; appointment.

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Secs. 4-109 and 4-110.

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Secs. 4-110a and 4-110b.

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Sec. 4-110c.

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Sec. 4-112.

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Sec. 4-112a. Sale of state highway equipment.

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Secs. 4-118 to 4-120. Reproduction of documents filed with certain agencies. Printing of public documents. Publication of documents.

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Sec. 4-120a.

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Sec. 4-121. Supervisor of State Publications.

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Secs. 4-121a to 4-121c.

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Secs. 4-122 and 4-122a.

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Sec. 4-124d. (Formerly Sec. 32-7b). Duties of council.

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Sec. 4-124f. (Formerly Sec. 32-7d). Receipt of funds. Dues. Contracts. Audits.

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Sec. 4-124h. Powers of regional council of elected officials where there is no regional planning agency or regional council of governments.

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Sec. 4-124i. Regional councils of governments. Definitions.

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Sec. 4-124k. Representatives of members.

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Sec. 4-124l. Certification of establishment of council. Transitional period. Reversion to regional council of elected officials.

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Sec. 4-124m. Rights and duties of councils.

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Sec. 4-124n. Bylaws. Officers. Committees. Meetings.

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Sec. 4-124o. Regional planning commissions.

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Sec. 4-124p. Receipt of funds. Dues. Contracts. Audits. Annual report.

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Sec. 4-124q. Grants-in-aid to regional agencies.

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Sec. 4-124r. Purchase of real property.

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Sec. 4-124s. Regional performance incentive program.

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Sec. 4-124t. Review by Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management of regional tax-based revenue sharing programs and regional asset districts. Report to General Assembly.

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Sec. 4-124u. Process for voluntary review of projects of regional significance.

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Sec. 4-124v. Bond issue for nonprofit collaboration incentive grant program.

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PART V OFFICE OF WORKFORCE COMPETITIVENESS

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Sec. 4-124w. Office of Workforce Competitiveness. Responsibilities.

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Sec. 4-124x. Technology assessment examination program. Report.

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Sec. 4-124y. Information technology credential or degree program. Guidelines. Report.

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Sec. 4-124z. Review and evaluation of linkage between skill standards for education and training and employment needs of business and industry.

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Sec. 4-124aa. Information technology internship and work-study program. Guidelines. Report.

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Sec. 4-124cc. Career ladder programs. Development of three-year plan.

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Sec. 4-124dd. Connecticut Allied Health Workforce Policy Board. Establishment, duties and membership.

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Sec. 4-124ee. Connecticut nursing faculty incentive program. Guidelines. Report.

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Sec. 4-124ff. Innovation Challenge Grant program. Council of Advisors on Strategies for the Knowledge Economy.

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Sec. 4-124hh. Grant program to generate talent in institutions of higher education and for student outreach and development.

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Sec. 4-124ii. Awarding of grants to generate talent in institutions of higher education.

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Sec. 4-124vv. Office of Workforce Competitiveness to fund Connecticut Career Choices.

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CHAPTER 51 DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES: PUBLIC WORKS

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Sec. 4-137. Reimbursement of fire districts or departments for 1955 flood losses.

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CHAPTER 53* CLAIMS AGAINST THE STATE

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Sec. 4-142. Claims Commissioner. Excepted claims.

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Secs. 4-143 to 4-145. Appointment, removal, compensation of commission. Chairman; executive secretary; office. Quorum; all members to participate in claim disposition.

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Sec. 4-148. Limitation on presentation of claim. Exception.

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Sec. 4-157. Rules of procedure.

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Sec. 4-158. Decision by Claims Commissioner. Request for legislative review. Payment of smaller claims.

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Sec. 4-159. Submission of certain claims to legislature. Review and disposition of claims by legislature.

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Sec. 4-160. Authorization of actions against the state.

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Sec. 4-160b. Subrogated or assigned claims. Reduction by amount of third party payment.

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Sec. 4-161. Statement of claimant denying payment of commission or use of improper influence required.

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Sec. 4-162. Deficiency appropriation to cover payments.

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Sec. 4-163. Fraud in presentation of claim.

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Sec. 4-165b. Claims against the state by inmates of state correctional and reformatory institutions.

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Sec. 4-167. Organization description to be adopted. Rules of practice. Public inspection.

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Sec. 4-169. Approval of regulation by Attorney General.

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Sec. 4-171. Submission to General Assembly of disapproved regulations and list of required regulations not submitted or resubmitted to legislative regulation review committee.

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