Connecticut's eRegulations System Wins National Recognition

HARTFORD, CT: July 24, 2015: Connecticut’s eRegulations system was recognized by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, as part of its 2017 Bright Ideas initiative.  Known as “eRegs”, the Connecticut Secretary of the State’s eRegulations system provides access to all agency regulation-making records with real-times updates. The program is centrally located for easy regulation tracking rather than navigating through a variety of different, individual agencies. It has user-friendly search and browse features and email alert function for regulation tracking. 

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