What are Quasi-Public Agencies
Quasi-public agencies are independent government corporations that are created through legislation to perform a particular service or set of public functions. Most quasi-public agencies depend primarily on sources of revenue associated with the services they provide. In Connecticut, quasi-public agencies are required to submit annual reports to the legislature, including a summary of their activities and financial information.
In addition, quasi-public agencies are required to submit financial and personnel information to the comptroller's office which is uploaded to this application as part of the OpenConnecticut government transparency initiative.
To learn more about a specific quasi-public agency, please visit their website.
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