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David
Guay,
longtime
executive director of the
Connecticut State Board of
Accountancy, was appointed
by Governor Dannel Malloy
in early September to head
Connecticut's new unified
watchdog agency.
In his role as executive
administrator of the Office of
Governmental Accountability,
Guay will oversee "the busi-
ness and administrative sup-
port 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 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.
Guay's successor has not yet been named. We will keep
you informed as any changes to the State Board of
Accountancy unfold. We extend our best wishes to David
Guay in his new position!
State Board Executive Director Guay
to Head New Watchdog Group
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