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Governor Carney Announces Government Efficiency & Accountability Review (GEAR) Public Meetings

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor Carney on Friday announced the State of Delaware will host Government Efficiency & Accountability Review (GEAR) public meetings in each county as part of an ongoing review of state regulations. Governor Carney and members of his cabinet will host the meetings, and accept public comment on ways to improve state government […]




Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property Website Is Moving

State Escheator and Office of Unclaimed Property Director Brenda Mayrack this week announced that Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property will be moving its website to unclaimedproperty.delaware.gov. By federal policy, U.S. government-related domain names (“.gov”) are only available to official governmental organizations in the United States. Originally launched in October of 2015, delaware.findyourunclaimedproperty.com has provided the […]




State Lottery Appoints Deputy Director

The Delaware State Lottery today announced the appointment of Helene M. Keeley to the position of Deputy Director, effective November 12, 2018. As Deputy Director, Ms. Keeley will be responsible for overseeing a number of functions within the Lottery office; including finance, human resources, technology and security. Ms. Keeley is well known in the Delaware […]




Delaware Department of Finance Welcomes New Director of Accounting

Secretary of Finance Rick Geisenberger is pleased to announce the appointment of Jane L. Cole, CPA, as the new Director of Delaware’s Division of Accounting.




Delaware Personal Income Tax Returns Due May 1, 2017

Division of Revenue Director David Gregor has announced that Delaware tax season filing deadline this year is Monday, May 1, 2017. Citizens are encouraged to file their 2016 State of Delaware Personal Income Taxes or file an extension to Monday, October 16, 2017 by using our online services at www.delaware.gov.







 Pages Tagged With: "Department of Finance"

Governor Carney Announces Government Efficiency & Accountability Review (GEAR) Public Meetings

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor Carney on Friday announced the State of Delaware will host Government Efficiency & Accountability Review (GEAR) public meetings in each county as part of an ongoing review of state regulations. Governor Carney and members of his cabinet will host the meetings, and accept public comment on ways to improve state government […]




Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property Website Is Moving

State Escheator and Office of Unclaimed Property Director Brenda Mayrack this week announced that Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property will be moving its website to unclaimedproperty.delaware.gov. By federal policy, U.S. government-related domain names (“.gov”) are only available to official governmental organizations in the United States. Originally launched in October of 2015, delaware.findyourunclaimedproperty.com has provided the […]




State Lottery Appoints Deputy Director

The Delaware State Lottery today announced the appointment of Helene M. Keeley to the position of Deputy Director, effective November 12, 2018. As Deputy Director, Ms. Keeley will be responsible for overseeing a number of functions within the Lottery office; including finance, human resources, technology and security. Ms. Keeley is well known in the Delaware […]




Delaware Department of Finance Welcomes New Director of Accounting

Secretary of Finance Rick Geisenberger is pleased to announce the appointment of Jane L. Cole, CPA, as the new Director of Delaware’s Division of Accounting.




Delaware Personal Income Tax Returns Due May 1, 2017

Division of Revenue Director David Gregor has announced that Delaware tax season filing deadline this year is Monday, May 1, 2017. Citizens are encouraged to file their 2016 State of Delaware Personal Income Taxes or file an extension to Monday, October 16, 2017 by using our online services at www.delaware.gov.