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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.