What We Do
The Financial Services group provides professional financial services in support of the Connecticut General Assembly and Legislative Commissions while ensuring compliance with financial standards as established by State Statutes, the State Comptroller, State Treasurer and agency policies and procedures.
All accounts payable / invoice correspondence should be emailed to OLM or mailed to
- Legislative Management, Accounts Payable
- Room 5100, Legislative Office Building
- 300 Capitol Avenue
- Hartford, CT 06106
|Susan A. Skehan, Financial Services Supervisor||(860) 240‑0104|
|Barbara Matthews, Accounts Payable Supervisor||(860) 240‑0275|
|Christy Gould, Accounts Payable||(860) 240‑0204|
|Leslie DelTosta, Accounts Payable||(860) 240‑0149|
Services provided by the Department include:
- Accounts Payable: Coordinating approval for and payment of vendor invoices in compliance with contracts and purchase orders.
- Expense Reimbursements: Review and processing of employee expense reimbursements.
- Accounts Receivable: Creating invoices for services rendered by or monies promised to the Connecticut General Assembly and Legislative Commissions.
- Grant Administration: Recording receipts from Grantors and processing expenditure payments in compliance with the stipulated terms of each Grant.
- Accounting: Monthly and annual reconciling of appropriated and allotted funds; recording of daily deposits; coordinating and completing monthly and annual closing entries; and completing requests for financial information.
- Budgeting: Coordinating and preparing biennial budgets and annual budget inquires.
Accounts Payable FAQ's
- A. Invoices may be submitted by email to Accounts Payable; or by postal mail to:
Legislative Management, Accounts Payable
Room 5100, Legislative Office Building
300 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
Did you know?
- The State of Connecticut has specific guidelines for what is considered an acceptable invoice. Each invoice should have a unique invoice number pre-printed on the face of the invoice. Your business's 'remit to' address should appear on the face of the invoice and should match the information previously provided when the business was established as a vendor for the State. The invoice should reference the purchase order number and the invoice detail by line should mirror that on the purchase order (i.e. description of goods and/or services, quantity, billed amount). If services were provided, the invoice should specify the dates the service was performed. Additional information regarding submitting your invoice can be found on the purchase order.
- A. The Central Accounts Payable Division of Connecticut’s Office of the State Comptroller has created a website especially for vendors. After establishing an account, vendors may use this resource to find answers to many of their payment related questions. It’s a fast and easy way to see when a payment has been made and by which State Agency. Vendors can also identify ACH credits deposited to their bank accounts to reconcile and appropriately apply to receivables. Follow this link for more information: Vendor Resources.
- A. By accessing the link to Vendor Resources vendors can follow step-by-step instructions to set up a new direct deposit or change existing direct deposit information.
- A. Vendors may contact the following staff from the Financial Services Department of Legislative Management’s Financial Services Unit.
Christy Gould (860) 240‑0204
Leslie DelTosta (860) 240‑0149
Q. How do I submit my invoice for payment?
Q. Can you tell me if our invoice has been paid?
Q. How can I receive payment as direct deposit?
Q. What if I have other questions- who can I contact?
Request for Information - FOIA FAQ's
Requests for information as allowed by the Freedom of Information Act must be submitted in writing to Jim Tamburro, Executive Director of Legislative Management.