Make a Public Request: please email our Records Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-828-4872.
The department's records officer serves as the initial point of contact for individuals making public records requests. The department is obligated to follow the Vermont Public Records Act and to provide access to public records for inspection and copying unless the records are exempt by law from public access. The procedure for requesting a public record is set forth in 1 VSA §318. There may be a fee for records, in some instances, in accordance with 1 VSA §316. The Records Officer will communicate and coordinate with the requestor on all aspects of the public record request.
Vermont Public Records Act: to learn more about the Vermont Public Records Act, please visit the Vermont Secretary of State, Vermont State Archives and Records Administration.
Statewide Public Records Requests: view all state public record requests online in the Statewide Public Records Requests database.
Contact the Public Information Officer: please email email@example.com or call 802-828-4872.
The department's information management officer is the point of contact for reporters and journalists.
Press Releases: view press releases online. The department periodically issues press releases on matters of public interest.
Mailing List: if you wish to be on the press release mailing list, please email the Information Management Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-828-4872.
The department has created a monthly newsletter for industry partners in banking, captive insurance, insurance, and securities. Find recent bulletins, changes in financial regulations, and other industry news.
In an effort to maintain government transparency, DFR is providing link to state and department budget information.
FY2019 DFR Budget Proposal, including highlights, goals, and measures.
Budget Public Forum, the Governor's process for public participation in the development of goals and a general prioritization of spending and revenue initiatives as part of the development of the state's budget.
The state of Vermont and the department, at times, have the need to engage vendors for specific work. You can find more information about contracts, vendors, and request for proposals below.