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Maryland Manual, 1977-78
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Chairman: Dr. R. Kenneth Barnes,
Secretary, Department of Budget and
Fiscal Planning
Henry G. Bosz, Secretary of Personnel;
Robert J. Lally, Secretary of Public Safety
and Correctional Services; George R.
Lewis, Secretary of General Services;
Alan M. Wilner, Chief Legislative Offi-
cer, Executive Department-Governor;
Olin M. Broadfoot, Department of Budget
and Fiscal Planning; A. Lawrence Lam-
bert, Department of Public Safety and
Correctional Services; Joseph H. Murray
and William H. McCaffrey, Department
of Health and Mental Hygiene; Capt.
Vaughn M. Pepper, Maryland State Po-
lice; William L. Shook, State Highway
Administration; William J. Stiles, Univer-
sity of Maryland; Robert L. Swann, Of-
fice of the Comptroller of the Treasury;
Robin J. Zee, Department of General
Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning,
State Treasury Building,
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2114
The Governor appointed the members of
the Task Force on Fleet Management by
Executive Order in 1971 to develop a plan
and to improve the management of the
motor vehicle fleet of the State. The Task
Force consists of representatives of State
departments and agencies operating signifi-
cant fleets of State-owned automobiles. The
group is charged with establishing the cri-
teria for assigning State vehicles to indi-
vidual employees or officials; determining
the terms and conditions of vehicle usage;
the types of vehicles to be purchased; the
method of procurement; fleet management
principles; maintenance and repair; and total
cost factors.
A Fleet Management Information System
(MFOMS), making use of electronic data
processing equipment, has been implemented
to provide information so that various de-
partments and agencies can improve their
fleet management and better utilization of
the State Automobile Fleet. As an out-
growth of the Task Force on Fleet Man-

agement, the State Fleet Review Board,
consisting of the Secretary of Budget and
Fiscal Planning, the Secretary of General
Services, and the Secretary of Personnel has
been created. This Board is charged with
the overall supervision of State Automobile
Fleet policies and procedures.
A preliminary report of the Task Force's
Activities was submitted to the Governor
and the Board of Public Works on February
1, 1972, and a final report is scheduled for
submission during the 1977 fiscal year.
Chairman: Frederick L. Dewberry
Harry J. McGuirk, Joseph J. Murnane, Carl
Richards, Edmond F. Rovner, Howard
Scaggs, David Scull, Jean E. Spencer,
Louis Stettler.
State House,
Annapolis 21404
The Governor appointed this Task Force
in 1976 by Executive Letter to review the
reorganization of the Executive Branch
which had taken place between 1969 and
1971. The Task Force was charged with
determining whether it should consider a
permanent system of monitoring the func-
tions as well as the growth of departments
and agencies in order to improve the per-
formance of government and to determine
whether the initial decisions and judgements
are still valid. The Task Force is to report
by December of 1977.
Chairman: William S. James, State Treasurer
William H. Adkins 11, Vaughn J. Baker,
Robert H. Bouse, Benjamin L. Cardin,
J. Joseph Curran, Jr., Michael J. Kelly,
Laurence Levitan, Solomon Liss, Ernest
A. Loveless, Marvin B. Miller, J. Max
Millstone, Wayne W. Ransom, Donald B.
Robertson, Thomas Schmidt, Madeline
Schuster, Basil Wisner, Alan M, Wilner.

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