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State Board Report

June 2016

The Connecticut State Board of Accountancy and its functions have been transferred from the Office of the Secretary of State to the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) as of July 1, 2016. According to Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill, budget changes necessitated the layoff of the Accountancy Board’s staff. Communications received by the Secretary of State prior to July 1 will be forwarded to the Department of Consumer Protection for response when the transition is completed.

Connecticut State Board of Accountancy Chair John H. Schuyler and NASBA Vice President-State Board Relations Dan Dustin are scheduled to meet with DCP Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris early in July to offer assistance with the transition.

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