The 2011 and 2012 audit of the Connecticut Development Authority (CDA) is brief but slightly scathing, since the governor has made “transparency” a priority.
This is from the report just released by the state Auditors of Public Accounts:
“1. Connecticut Innovations, as the successor agency to CDA, should implement controls
to provide compliance with public meeting requirements not previously adhered to by
CDA did not file its 2012 schedule of regular meetings with the Secretary of the State and
did not file meeting agendas with the Secretary of the State in 2011 and 2012.”