Governor Malloy: Executive Orders

Executive Orders
 
 
 
        1/5/2011 Executive Order No. 1
Moves state towards implementing Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
1/5/2011 Executive Order No. 2
Modifies state e-mail retention policy to increase preservation.
1/5/2011 Executive Order No. 3
Affects the temporary worker retiree program to ensure continuation of services and programs.
2/2/2011 Executive Order No. 4
Repeals Gov. Rell's Executive Order No. 25A, establishing procedural mechanisms within the Governor's Office to administer funding and reporting required under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
5/31/2011 Executive Order No. 5
Orders state commissioners to examine all existing agency contracts with vendors and service providers to determine whether they reflect the best available price for goods and services.
8/27/2011 Executive Order No. 6
Suspends specific statutes regarding emergency equipment and services in response to Hurricane Irene.
9/1/2011 Executive Order No. 7
Suspends a statute related to trailer-mounted generators in response to Hurricane Irene.
9/14/2011 Executive Order No. 8
Terminates the Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency signed by Governor Malloy on August 25, 2011 in response to Hurricane Irene and also rescinds his Executive Orders No. 6 and 7.
9/21/2011 Executive Order No. 9
Allows certain family child care providers who receive subsidies through the Care 4 Kids program run by the Department of Social Services to elect a "majority representative" to have non-binding discussions with DSS.
9/21/2011 Executive Order No. 10
Establishes a seven-member Personal Care Attendant Quality Home Care Workforce Council tasked with studying issues related to retention, training, and compensation for personal care attendants.
10/17/2011 Executive Order No. 11
Establishes an Early Childhood Office within the Office of Policy and Management to plan for and develop a coordinated, comprehensive and aligned system of early care, education and child development.
11/01/2011 Executive Order No. 12
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency signed on October 29, 2011, that will result in extension of the voter registration deadline for purposes of the November 8 municipal elections.
11/02/2011 Executive Order No. 13
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency signed on October 29, 2011, that will result in extension of the deadline by which personal property tax declarations must be filed.
11/02/2011 Executive Order No. 14
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency signed on October 29, 2011, that will result in extension of the deadline by which unemployment insurance tax filings must be filed.
11/03/2011 Executive Order No. 15
Suspends specific regulations in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency signed on October 29, 2011, related to the distribution of propane fuel.
11/03/2011 Executive Order No. 16
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency signed on October 29, 2011, that will result in extension of the deadline by which certain property tax exemption applications and applications for open space classification must be filed.
01/12/2012 Executive Order No. 17
Establishes a Business Tax Policy Review Task Force to review the state's business tax policies to ensure that Connecticut is getting the maximum return on its investments, with an eye toward policies that will make the state even more competitive for future job growth.
01/17/2012 Executive Order No. 18
Authorizes the Department of Transportation to utilize the TWR program for certain snow removal and emergency operation efforts during the season’s winter months as a way of attaining certain efficiencies and budgetary savings.
07/19/2012 Executive Order No. 19
Formally establishes the Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities.
10/17/2012 Executive Order No. 20
Revitalizes the objectives and updates the membership of the P-20 Council.
10/28/2012 Executive Order No. 21
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in extension of the voter registration deadline for purposes of the November 6 election.
10/28/2012 Executive Order No. 22
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in allowing properly credentialed out-of-state telecommunications electrical workers to perform work in the state that is normally performed only by Connecticut licensed Public Service Technicians.
10/28/2012 Executive Order No. 23
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in extending the deadline for employers to file unemployment tax filings and payments. Documents that normally would have to be filed by November 1, 2012 may be filed by November 15, 2012.
10/28/2012 Executive Order No. 24
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in extending from November 1, 2012 to November 15, 2012 the personal property tax declaration filed by businesses in Connecticut.
10/28/2012 Executive Order No. 25
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in extending the deadline to file certain property tax exemption applications relating to farm machinery, classification of land as farmland, forest land, and open space land, and various other property tax exemptions listed in Section 12-81 of the General Statutes.  Property tax exemptions normally filed by November 1, 2012 may be filed by November 15, 2012.
10/31/2012 Executive Order No. 26
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in extending the tax filing deadline from October 31, 2012 to November 15, 2012 for those that pay property taxes on a quarterly basis.
11/2/2012 Executive Order No. 27
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in allowing any propane supplier to respond to a request to fill a propane tank irrespective of whether they are the owner of the tank.
11/5/2012 Executive Order No. 28
Suspends and modifies specific statutes in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency for Hurricane Sandy signed on October 27, 2012 that will result in extending the 120-day temporary practice provision by 30 days for physical therapist assistant candidates who had been scheduled to take the October 30, 2012 licensure examination, which was postponed due to the storm.
12/17/2012 Executive Order No. 29
Suspends and modifies specific statutes to permit the Town of Newtown and the Town of Monroe to enter into an agreement that will immediately allow Newtown’s Sandy Hook Elementary School to temporarily utilize Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School building for its classes.
02/09/2013 Executive Order No. 30
Suspends and modifies specific regulations in response to the Governor's Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency due to severe winter weather conditions signed on February 8, 2013 that will result in allowing emergency medical organizations to temporarily suspend transportation of patients in cases where it is determined that a transportation request is not sufficiently urgent to justify the risk of transport.  Also suspends specific regulations to allow an emergency medical service provider to utilize a high clearance vehicle or other specialty vehicle to transport a patient if it is determined that the use of a basic ambulance would jeopardize the safety of the emergency medical responder and/or public.
02/10/2013 Executive Order No. 31
Rescinds certain sections of Gov. Malloy's Executive Order No. 30.
02/27/2013 Executive Order No. 32
Rescinds remaining sections of Gov. Malloy's Executive Order No. 30.
03/18/2013 Executive Order No. 33
Ends the declarations of civil preparedness emergency signed on October 27, 2012 and February 8, 2013, and rescinds Executive Orders No. 21-28 and 30.
06/12/2013 Executive Order No. 34
Directs state agencies to comply with the National Incident Management System.
06/24/2013 Executive Order No. 35
Recognizes the Office of Early Childhood as the office responsible for coordinating and improving the delivery of early childhood services for Connecticut children.
09/23/2013 Executive Order No. 36
Streamlines the process for veterans of the United States military when seeking to obtain occupational certifications and licenses, and simplifies the process for awarding college credit to veterans for military education.
10/16/2013 Executive Order No. 37
Orders a review of all state regulations more than four years old and invites the public to identify regulations that are obsolete, duplicative, excessively burdensome, or otherwise ineffective or unnecessary.  It also establishes principles of smart, cost-effective, accessible and transparent regulations for future agency endeavors.
12/3/2013 Executive Order No. 38
Orders the establishment of a searchable electronic database by the Department of Economic and Community Development containing information regarding certain economic assistance and tax credits that were utilized for the purpose of recruitment or retention of businesses.  It also directs the commissioner of the Department of Revenue Services to provide a report indicating the aggregate amounts of credits claimed in the previous fiscal year as well as those that are carried forward to offset future tax liabilities.
2/20/2014 Executive Order No. 39
Orders the creation of the Connecticut Open Data Portal, which will result in widespread amounts of raw government data to be collected, placed on the internet, and shared with the public in a major effort to increase transparency and provide a useful database that can be utilized by residents for any number of purposes.
3/7/2014 Executive Order No. 40
Creates the Affordable Housing Energy Efficiency Program, which will utilize federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to improve and increase the energy efficiency of multifamily housing in Connecticut in an effort to bring down energy costs for residents while also advancing conservation efforts.
3/11/2014 Executive Order No. 41
Establishes the Educators’ Common Core Implementation Taskforce – a group that will be comprised of teachers, parents and administrators with the goal of identifying challenges and gaps in Common Core preparation, and making recommendations on improving the quality and consistency of its implementation.
7/17/2014 Executive Order No. 42
Orders relevant state agencies to support efforts by the State Department on Aging that seek to prevent the abuse of elderly citizens in coordination with the agency's Connecticut Elder Justice Coalition Coordinating Council.  The council was created to oversee Connecticut’s Elder Justice Coalition, which links providers, advocates and stakeholders to valuable resources available in our state and which creates a unified front against intolerable abuse of our seniors.