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In the recently released 2022 Invest in What Works State Standard of Excellence analysis, eight leading states were recognized for their work with data and evidence to guide policymaking decisions.
The new technology, which was developed in-house, consists of motion sensors and flashing lights and is meant to stop wrong-way drivers. This year alone, there have been two dozen deaths related to wrong-way driving.
State auditors found 16 areas of concern at Western Connecticut State University, including that it did not sanitize electronic storage devices in a timely manner nor adequately document their disposal.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Transportation approved $52.5 million in funding for the state to build on its existing base of electric vehicle chargers over the next two years.
An initiative in Connecticut aims to expand programs at colleges across the state in emerging and in-demand fields such as cybersecurity, virtual modeling, software development and digital analytics.
Officials with the Department of Labor are defending the state’s newly launched $60 million benefits system saying that fraudulent unemployment insurance claims are the result of “100% identity theft.”
The University of Connecticut's Hartford and Stamford campuses will offer an in-person master's degree and a new graduate certificate in financial technology this fall, noting growing corporate demand.
Despite a cease and desist order issued by Connecticut utility regulators last month and a $5 million fine, installation of fiber-optic cable by Frontier Communications is continuing, according to a company spokeswoman.
The Willimantic, Conn., Police Department began using the cameras on July 1, and this week department officials told local media that "the body cameras have assisted police with several investigations in the past month."
State and regional organizations have banded together to offer grants to seven business-higher education partnerships for programs involving cybersecurity, virtual modeling, software development and data analytics.