Thursday, October 17, 2013

Ilumoka Conducts Study on Behalf of Conn. General Assembly

Abby Ilumoka, professor of electrical and computer engineering, CETA, and a member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE), participated in a recently concluded year-long study entitled “CT Disparity Study:  Phase I,” conducted by CASE on behalf of the Connecticut General Assembly.
The study was conducted in accordance with legislation adopted during the 2012 General Assembly session, Public Act 12-1 and Public Act 12-104, authorizing CASE to conduct a disparity study of the state’s Small and Minority Business Enterprise Set-Aside Program.
A briefing was held to present the results of the study to the Connecticut General Assembly on Sept. 18, 2013 at the Legislative Office Building at the State Capitol in Hartford.
An electronic version of the report is available on the Academy’s website at the following link: Connecticut Disparity Study: Phase I, or at

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