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also recommends to the Governor measures to
combat State and local problems in the administra-
tion of justice.
Appointed by the Governor, the Board consists
of thirty members. Twelve serve ex officio. One is a
member of the Senate nominated by the Senate
President. One is a member of the House of
Delegates nominated by the Speaker. Nominated
by the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, one
member represents the Circuit Court. Eleven mem-
bers are persons who have demonstrated concern,
interest, and/or knowledge in the area of criminal
justice. The remaining five members include one
representative from each of the following:
Maryland Association of Counties; Maryland
Municipal League; State's Attorneys' Association;
Chiefs of Police Association; and Maryland Sheriffs'
Association. The Governor designates the chairper-
son and vice-chairperson.

OFFICE OF MINORITY AFFAIRS

Vacancy, Director
John B. Covert, Deputy Director

One Market Center, Box 11
300 W Lexington St., 2nd floor
Baltimore, MD 21201 333-2459

BUDGET (CODE 23.01.05.03

PY1991 Total Appropriation ........ $463,799
General Funds ................... $463,799
FY1991 Total Authorized Positions ......... 10

MANDATED REPORTS

Annual Report to Governor & General Assembly due
15th day of regular legislative session.
Annual Report to Legislative Policy Committee of
General Assembly on procurement contracts
awarded to certified minority business enterprises
by State agencies due Dec. 31.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

DIRECTOR

Vacancy ............................. 333-2459

INTERDEPARTMENTAL ADVISORY
COMMITTEE FOR MINORITY AFFAIRS

Vacancy, Chairperson .............. 333-2459

The Office of Minority Affairs was created in
1980 (Chapter 25, Acts of 1980). It replaced the
Office of Minority Business Enterprise of the
Department of Economic and Community
Development.
The Office of Minority Affairs fosters expanded
participation by minority businesses. The Office
promotes and coordinates government programs
aimed at strengthening such firms, and provides
technical and management assistance to them. On
matters affecting minority employment, rights, and

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interests, the Office advises the Governor, and
provides assistance to minority citizens, as
authorized by the Governor (Code State Govern-
ment Article, sees. 9-301 through 9-306).
The Office issues the Maryland Business
Enterprise Certification Directory, available upon re-
quest.
The Office is assisted by the Interdepartmental
Advisory Committee for Minority Affairs.

INTERDEPARTMENTAL ADVISORY
COMMITTEE FOR MINORITY AFFAIRS

Vacancy, Chairperson

Ex officio: Wayne A. Cawley, Jr., Secretary of
Agriculture; Charles L. Benton, Jr., Secretary of
Budget & Fiscal Planning; J. Randall Evans,
Secretary of Economic & Employment
Development; Robert Perciasepe, Secretary of the
Environment; Martin W. Walsh, Jr., Secretary of
General Services; Nelson J. Sabatini, Secretary ot
Health & Mental Hygiene; Jacqueline H. Rogers,
Secretary of Housing & Community
Development; Carolyn W. Colvin, Secretary of
Human Resources; William A. Fogle, Jr., Secretary
of Licensing & Regulation; Torrey C. Brown,
Secretary of Natural Resources; Hilda E. Ford,
Secretary of Personnel; Bishop L. Robinson,
Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional Services;
0. James Lighthizer, Secretary of Transportation;
Ronald M. Kreitner, Director of Planning; Joseph
L. Shilling, State Superintendent of Schools; Shaila
R. Aery, Secretary of Higher Education.

333-2459

The Interdepartmental Advisory Committee for
Minority Affairs was created within the Office of
Minority Affairs in 1986 (Chapter 719, Acts of
1986). The Committee advises the Director of the
Office of Minority Affairs on proposals to imple-
ment the duties of the Office, promote the hiring of
minority persons in the State, and promote
minority business enterprises in Maryland (Code
State Government Article, sec. 9-303.1).

OFFICE OF PLANNING

Ronald M. Kreitner, Director a/Planning
Vacancy, Deputy Director
MichelA. Lettre,A)JUtant-Dmw
Shelley S. Wasserman, Counsel

301 W Preston St.
Baltimore, MD 21201-2365 225-4500

BUDGET (CODE 23.23.01)

FY1991 Total Appropriation $4,378,717
General Funds .................. $4,378,717
FY1991 Total Authorized Positions ........ 78

 



 
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