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Dr. Rajnish Barua named Executive Director of the Delaware PSC

DOVER – Dr. Rajnish (Raj) Barua has been selected to serve as the new executive director of the Delaware Public Service Commission (PSC), filling the position to be vacated by Robert Howatt this month. Dr. Barua will begin his tenure as executive director on June 1. “Raj brings an amazing depth and breadth of regulatory […]




Deadline Approaches for Delaware Unclaimed Property Voluntary Disclosure Agreement

The clock is ticking for Delaware companies that may wish to convert their abandoned and unclaimed property audits to a Voluntary Disclosure Agreement offered by the Secretary of State. Eligible firms have until Dec. 11, 2017 to choose a VDA conversion.




Governor Carney Announces Grant Funds Available to Promote Financial Literacy Education

For the seventh consecutive year, grant funds for Delaware schools and nonprofits to promote financial literacy across the state are now available through the state’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF).




Governor Carney Announces Strategic Plan to Restructure Delaware’s Economic Development Efforts

Plan will create new public-private entity and new economic development division at the Department of State WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney announced a plan on Wednesday to create a public-private partnership and strategically realign Delaware’s economic development efforts, with a new focus on promoting innovation, supporting Delaware’s entrepreneurs, and leveraging private sector resources to […]




Delaware Patient Protections Rank Best in Nation

DOVER, DE – Delaware has the most complete and effective system of laws and regulations in the country to govern medical practice and protect patients from abuse and unprofessional conduct, according to a 50-state investigative reporting project recently completed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Where gaps often exist in other states that allow medical practitioners to […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Department of State"

Dr. Rajnish Barua named Executive Director of the Delaware PSC

DOVER – Dr. Rajnish (Raj) Barua has been selected to serve as the new executive director of the Delaware Public Service Commission (PSC), filling the position to be vacated by Robert Howatt this month. Dr. Barua will begin his tenure as executive director on June 1. “Raj brings an amazing depth and breadth of regulatory […]




Deadline Approaches for Delaware Unclaimed Property Voluntary Disclosure Agreement

The clock is ticking for Delaware companies that may wish to convert their abandoned and unclaimed property audits to a Voluntary Disclosure Agreement offered by the Secretary of State. Eligible firms have until Dec. 11, 2017 to choose a VDA conversion.




Governor Carney Announces Grant Funds Available to Promote Financial Literacy Education

For the seventh consecutive year, grant funds for Delaware schools and nonprofits to promote financial literacy across the state are now available through the state’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF).




Governor Carney Announces Strategic Plan to Restructure Delaware’s Economic Development Efforts

Plan will create new public-private entity and new economic development division at the Department of State WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney announced a plan on Wednesday to create a public-private partnership and strategically realign Delaware’s economic development efforts, with a new focus on promoting innovation, supporting Delaware’s entrepreneurs, and leveraging private sector resources to […]




Delaware Patient Protections Rank Best in Nation

DOVER, DE – Delaware has the most complete and effective system of laws and regulations in the country to govern medical practice and protect patients from abuse and unprofessional conduct, according to a 50-state investigative reporting project recently completed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Where gaps often exist in other states that allow medical practitioners to […]