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    CASE DISPARITY STUDY: NEED TO KNOW INFO!

    The Connecticut Construction Industries Association presents a Free Seminar

    The CASE Disparity Study: Phase 1 questions the legality of CT’s Small and Minority Business Set-Aside Program and describes a path forward to a legally defensible program.

    The CASE report recommends actions to be taken as soon as possible. 

    Come learn first-hand about the current CT program, and what you can expect going forward.

    The CASE Disparity Study: Phase 1
    Friday, October 11, 2013

    9:00 am - 12:00 noon
    Sheraton Hartford South | 100 Capital Blvd, Rocky Hill
    No Charge however, registration is required by Friday, October 4, 2013
    A light breakfast will be served!

    Who Should Attend:  This program is designed for all employees responsible for MBE Compliance, from the front line supervisors to upper level management.

    The History:  The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE) conducted a Disparity Study on behalf of the Connecticut General Assembly (CGA) to analyze whether the state’s current Small and Minority Business Enterprise Set-Aside program (General Statute 4a-60g) achieves the goal of facilitating the participation in state contracts of small contractors and minority business enterprises.

    The Discovery:  The CASE Disparity Study: Phase 1 report shows that although Connecticut’s current program was intended to achieve the objective of eliminating discrimination in state contracting in its market area, it was not designed as a narrowly tailored program, and consequently does not meet the strict scrutiny judicial standard for justifying a race-based program.

    The Presenters: 

    Richard Strauss, CASE Executive Director
    Alissa DeJonge, CASE Study Manager and Connecticut Economic Resource Center, Inc. VP of Research

    To REGISTER - Simply reply to this email or return the Registration Flier to CCIA by Friday, October 4, 2013


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