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for the promulgation of rules and regulations and planning activities
for his office and he is authorized to approve, disapprove, modify or
revise the rules, regulations, plans, proposals or projects of the boards,
offices, divisions, commissions, and agencies within the Department.
The Director of Administration is responsible for general! overall
administrative coordination in the Department of General Services.
This office distributes plans and specifications to bidders for all State
building construction and purchasing. It also receives and tabulates
bids and furnishes the results to the Board of Public Works with the
Secretary's recommendations. The office contracts with all successful
bidders and maintains, cost records and accounting data on all bond
issue funds. Administrative staff support is provided by this office
in the areas of budget, finance, contract awards, personnel, legal
counsel and management service to all line programs in the Depart-
ment (Code 1957, 1971 Repl. Vol., Art. 41, sees. 231-231L).
Appropriations 1971 1972
General Funds................................... $261,871 $259,577
Staff: 21.
Paul L. Gaudreau, Chairman
Richard W. Ayers, Edwin F. Ball, Anthony N. Johns, Jr„ Arthur
M. Love, Dennis W. Madden, Van Fossen Schwab.
The Board of Architectural Review, established by Chapter 80, Acts
of 1949, consists of seven members appointed for four-year terms by
the Secretary of General Services from lists of nominations submitted
by the Baltimore Chapter, the Potomac Valley of Maryland Chapter,
the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
(Code 1957, 1969 Repl. Vol., 1970 Supp., Art. 78A, sec. 23). The
Board advises the Secretary about specifications related to proper
architectural treatment of proposed buildings. The Board also reviews
all architectural designs and drawings and recommends any changes
necessary to make the proposed buildings functional and practical
for the use intended.
Chairman: 3. Waters Parrish
E. Roy Bergholz, Andrew Heubeck, Jr.
Secretary: John W. Sause, Jr.
State Office Building, Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 267-5016
The Commission on Artistic Property, originally appointed by the
Governor with the approval of the Board of Public Works., was created
by Chapter III, Acts of 1969. It consists of four persons appointed by
the Secretary of General Services with the approval of the Governor
to keep a continuing inventory of valuable paintings and other decora-
tive arts in all State buildings in the Annapolis area. The Commission
also provides for the location, proper care, custody, restoration, dis-
play and preservation of these paintings and decorative arts. The
Commission is empowered, with the approval of the. Secretary or the
Governor, to receive and accept gifts and loans of paintings and other
decorative arts. With the approval of the Governor, the Commission
may accept gifts of money from any source, public or private, and
thereafter administer and expend the funds according to the condi-
tions and terms of the gift. The Secretary, with the approval of the

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