Quasi-Public Agencies


What are Quasi-Public Agencies


Quasi-public agencies are independent government corporations that are created through legislation to perform a particular service or set of public functions. Most quasi-public agencies depend primarily on sources of revenue associated with the services they provide. In Connecticut quasi-public agencies are required to submit annual reports to the legislature, including a summary of their activities and financial information.

In addition, the comptroller's office requested that quasi-public agencies voluntarily provide checkbook-level vendor payment data for display on OpenConnecticut.

In the list to the right, Connecticut’s quasi-public agencies are displayed in alphabetical order with links to their checkbook-level vendor data (if provided), annual financial reports and main web pages.


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