Governor  Dannel P. Malloy
 

Doing Business

Third Party Payment Disclosure

Transparency, oversight and the highest ethical standards have been hallmarks of the administration of State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier. Following the kickback and corruption scandal involving her predecessor, Treasurer Nappier proposed a comprehensive Treasury Reform agenda to the 2000 session of the Connecticut General Assembly to return integrity, professionalism and high standards to the Treasury.

Third party payment disclosure is a key part of the reform. Building upon the disclosure process put in place by Treasurer Nappier upon her election, she proposed, and the Connecticut General Assembly adopted, legislation that requires reporting of third party payments by Treasury vendors. In addition, Treasurer Nappier's proposal to prohibit payment of finder's fees was codified.

Since approval of the Treasury Reform Law, the Treasurer's Office has annually sought disclosure of third party payments from vendors. Vendors are asked to provide, under penalty of false statement, information regarding any such payments that are made, and specifically whether such payments are permitted under sections 3-13j through 3-13l of the Connecticut General Statutes.

In 2005, the Connecticut General Assembly passed several state contracting reform provisions, including the requirement that, for any state contract valued at $50,000 or more in a calendar or fiscal year, state vendors must disclose any consulting agreements entered into in connection with such contract. (Conn. Gen. Stat. ยง4a-81) As a result, beginning with the reporting period of July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006, Treasury vendors have been required to disclose both Third Party Fees and Consulting Agreements.

Summaries of the annual disclosures provided to the Treasury, and copies of the relevant forms, are available below. For additional information, you may contact the Chief Compliance Officer at (860) 702-3211.

Key Links

Current Disclosure Form
Connecticut State Law regarding disclosure of third party payments
Connecticut State Law regarding disclosure of consulting agreements.
Regulations

Disclosure Summaries


Responses (July 1, 2015 "“ June 30, 2016)

Responses (July 1, 2014 "“ June 30, 2015)

Responses (July 1, 2013 "“ June 30, 2014)

Responses (July 1, 2012 "“ June 30, 2013)

Responses (July 1, 2011 "“ June 30, 2012)

Responses (July 1, 2010 "“ June 30, 2011)

Responses (July 1, 2009 "“ June 30, 2010)

Responses (July 1, 2008 "“ June 30, 2009)

Responses (July 1, 2007 "“ June 30, 2008)

Responses (July 1, 2006 "“ June 30, 2007)

Responses (July 1, 2005 "“ June 30, 2006)

Responses (July 1, 2004 "“ June 30, 2005)

Responses (July 1, 2003 "“ June 30, 2004)

Responses (July 1, 2002 "“ June 30, 2003)

Responses (May 1, 2001 "“ June 30, 2002)

Responses (May 5, 2000 - April 30, 2001)

Responses (October 1, 1999 "“ May 4, 2000)*

Responses (1991- September 30, 1999)*

*Prior to Treasury Reform Law