State Board Executive Director Guay to Head New Watchdog Group

Posted on September 7, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

On a day when some details began to emerge about $135 million of Governor Dannel Malloy’s budget cuts, we have more news to share!

David Guay, longtime executive director of the Connecticut State Board of Accountancy, was appointed by Governor Malloy late last week to head Connecticut’s new unified watchdog agency.

In his role as executive administrator, Guay will oversee “the business and administrative support functions for the Freedom of Information Commission, the Office of State Ethics, the Elections Enforcement Commission, and six other watchdog groups,” the Connecticut Mirror reports.

Guay has served as executive director of the State Board for 22 years.

Under Malloy’s agency consolidations earlier this year, the State Board of Accountancy was consolidated into the Secretary of the State’s Office. The State Board is no stranger to the Secretary of the State’s Office, previously residing there under Julia Tashjian, Pauline Kezer, Miles Rapoport, and Susan Bysiewicz.

There is currently no timeline as to Guay’s new position, but we will keep you informed as any changes to the State Board of Accountancy unfold.

We extend our best wishes to David Guay on his new position!


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