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Maryland Manual, 1981-82
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State Agencies Budget and Fiscal Planning/137

Thomas W. Schmidt, Secretary of Budget and Fiscal Planning

H. Louis Stettler III, Deputy Secretary of Budget and Fiscal Planning

Dennis H. Parkinson, Assistant Secretary for Operations

State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2114

The Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning, which was established by Chapter 78, Acts of 1969,
superseded the Department of Budget and Procurement, established by Chapter 64, Acts of 1939. Its
major responsibilities include budget development, supervision of budget execution, revenue estimating,
and coordination of State automatic data processing. The Secretary, who is appointed by the Governor
with the advice and consent of the Senate, has executive jurisdiction over the Department and appoints
all division chiefs. The Secretary serves as principal adviser to the Governor in fiscal matters and is a
member of the Board of Revenue Estimates, the Employees' Retirement System (ex officio), the State
Police Retirement System (ex officio), and a number of other commissions and committees. The Secre-
tary also prepares the Department's portion of the agenda for Board of Public Works meetings (Code
1957, Art. 41, sec. 71).


Harold I. Buskirk, Chief of Administration

State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2116

This division administers the internal fiscal op-
erations of the Department, verifies budget re-
quests and budget amendments, maintains master
State position control ledgers, prints the State
Budget Book and associated publications, and re-
cords monthly expenditure reports of all State
agencies. Through its Baltimore-based Central
Collection Unit, established by Chapter 355 of
the Acts of 1973, the division acts upon collec-
tion of delinquent accounts receivable due the
State (Code 1957, Art. 15A, secs. 19-21A, 24-27;
Art. 41, sec. 71).


Don 0. Nave, Chief of Budget Analysis

State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2271

This division aids the Secretary in the formula-
tion of the tentative State budget for the Gover-
nor's consideration and continually reviews and
analyzes the budget execution process. The divi-
sion promulgates and enforces rules and regula-
tions that ensure economical expenditures of State
fiscal resources, and also maximizes the benefits
derived from use of State-owned vehicles and en-

sures efficient utilization of plant operation and
maintenance as well as dietary and allied institu-
tional services (Code 1957, Art. 15A, secs.
17-23A, 24-27).


Ray N. Dearborn, Chief of Management Analysis
and Audits

State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2191

The division conducts management studies,
performance audits, and program analyses of the
various State agencies and programs. In addition,
the division provides technical assistance to State
agencies in management, planning, and program
evaluation and provides for the development and
monitoring of the executive planning process and
the executive evaluation system. The division also
is responsible for the promulgation of rules and
regulations for the economical and efficient use of
State-owned motor vehicles (Code 1957, Art.
15A, secs, 17, 20, 22-25).


David B. Williams, Chief of Management Infor-
mation Systems

State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2286


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