DECD: State/Regional Resources

State and Regional Resources Links

CT Department of Labor (DOL): The Connecticut Department of Labor's Office of Research gathers, analyzes, and disseminates information on the economy, workforce and careers that is used to evaluate the economic health of Connecticut, to support and promote state workforce development activities, and to assist students and job seekers in making career choices.


CT Office of Policy and Management (OPM): The Office of Policy and Management functions as the Governorís staff agency and plays a central role in state government, providing the information and analysis used to formulate public policy for the State and assisting State agencies and municipalities in implementing policy decisions on the Governorís behalf.


CT Department of Revenue Services (DRS): The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services is to administer the tax laws of the State of Connecticut and collect the tax revenues in the most cost effective manner.


CT State Data Center: In 1978, the U. S. Census initiated the State Data Center program, recognizing that the public needed efficient and local access to its data and data products. To accomplish this goal, Census established lead organizations, who then developed partnerships with Affiliates within their state.


CT State Library: The State Library provides a variety of library, information, archival, public records, museum, and administrative services to citizens of Connecticut, as well as the employees and officials of all three branches of State government. The State Library also serves students, researchers, public libraries,  and town governments throughout the state.


New England Public Policy Center: The New England Public Policy Center (NEPPC) was established by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in January 2005. The Boston Fed has provided support to the public policy community of New England for many years; NEPPC institutionalizes and expands on this tradition.


Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC)The Connecticut Economic Resource Center provides  clients with objective research, marketing and economic development services consistent with our mission of making Connecticut a more competitive business environment.


Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis (CCEA): The Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis established in 1992, serves the people of Connecticut by improving their understanding of the state's economy -- past, present, and future. The Center focuses on providing timely information and reliable analyses about Connecticut's economy.