Connecticut Institute For The 21st Century
The purpose of this report is to provide a framework to implement critical technology that will enhance the state’s overall economic competitiveness through informed decision-making, increased transparency and managed investment. This is part 6 of a six-part series, "Framework for Connecticut's Fiscal Future."
December 31, 2013
The focus of this report is the large group of Connecticut residents that utilize State support and services for issues ranging from mental illness to homelessness, substance abuse, poverty, or crime. This study looks at the service delivery system serving this population and the role that nonprofit organizations play in this effort.
March 31, 2013
This report focuses on finding longer-term solutions to the effective and efficient delivery of public services in Connecticut. Connecticut’s local expenditures (now at $12 billion per year) have been growing faster than the median income in Connecticut, which makes it especially important to take alcloser look at how municipal and education services are delivered on a local level. This is part 4 of a six-part series, "Framework for Connecticut's Fiscal Future."
February 01, 2012
This report was compiled by Blum Shapiro, on behalf of CRI, to report on what states are doing across the country to handle the funding crisis for retirement and post‐retirement benefits in public plans and to present ideas on how the State of Connecticut could benefit from some of the strategies (actions) taken by other states to address funding challenges. This is part 3 of a six-part series, "Framework for Connecituct's Fiscal Future."
December 31, 2010
A consulting company was recruited to study the state's correction, parole, and probation systems. In addition to reviewing past studies, they carried out interviews with stakeholders. This research was used to develop findings and recommendations that could be used to improve the criminal justice system in Connecticut.This report is part 2 of a six-part series, "Framework for Connecticut's Fiscal Future."
July 31, 2010
This report came out of the idea that long-term care is an important part of the health care system because it will affect nearly everyone at some point in their lives — whether it is because we need services and support ourselves, or we are providing care for someone in need. Blum Shapiro, a firm hired by CRI, conducted the required research and analyzed long-term care providers, recipients, and payers in Connecticut.This is part 1 in a six-part series, "Framework for Connecticut's Fiscal Future."
March 08, 2010