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Maryland Manual, 1971-72
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The records formerly in the custody of the Land Office have now
been transferred to the Hall of Records Building. The Hall of Records
Commission serves as the official depository for the duplicate copies of
subdivision plats formerly sent to the Land Office as insurance against
the loss of the originals (Code 1957, 1966 Repl. Vol., 1970 Supp., Art.
17, secs. 59-62).
The Records Management Division of the Hall of Records operates
a computer-output-microfilm (COM) service for State agencies. Thirty-
five programs for seven agencies are now converted directly from
magnetic tape to microfilm. The magnetic tapes are generated by
Data Centers in Annapolis, Baltimore and Pikesville. Computer effi-
ciency is increased from seventy-five percent to ninety percent by the
use of COM print options. Over 200 computer hours are made avail-
able for other purposes each month through the use of COM. Data
processed information is made more accessible through the use of
microfilm. The program, offered through the Annapolis Record Center,
is supported on a service bureau basis, with participating State agen-
cies being charged for the number of microfilm images converted and
the number of duplicate copies made.
Appropriations 1971 1972
General Funds .................................... $339,252 $380,670
Staff: 1971, 31; 1972, 32.
Henry G. Bosz, Secretary of Personnel
Wayne W. Ransom, Deputy Secretary of Personnel
Anthony M. Carey, Executive Secretary, State Board of Ethics
Christ G. Christis, Assistant Secretary of Personnel for
Retirement Systems
Richard K. Coggins, Superintendent, State Accident Fund
Betty W. Klare, Director, Examination Division
Otto A. Klier, Director, Classification and Compensation Division
James T. Manning, Fiscal Officer
Robert E. Matthews, Special Assistant for Equal Opportunities
Mario C. Pizzillo, Data Processing Manager
William H. Schoenhaar, Director, Employee Training and
Joseph Shane, Director, Employer-Employee Relations
William J. Smearman, Director, Administrative Division
James F. Truitt, Jr., Special Attorney IV
Nathan F. Needle, M.D., Medical Director
301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-4614
The Department of Personnel, created by Chapter 99, Acts of 1970,
is the successor department to the State Commissioner of Personnel,
established by Chapter 310, Acts of 1953. The position had been pre-
viously known as the Commissioner of Employment and Registration
(Chapter 41, Acts of 1920). The head of the department is the Secre-
tary of Personnel who is appointed by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Senate. The Secretary serves at the pleasure of
the Governor and is directly responsible to him and by law, is charged
with the responsibility of counseling and advising the Governor on all
matters relating to State employees. The Deputy Secretary is ap-
pointed by the Secretary with the approval of the Governor, and
serves at the pleasure of the Secretary (Code 1957, 1971 Repl. Vol.
Art. 41, sees. 213-220; 1968 Repl. Vol., Art. 64A).

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