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Maryland Manual, 1991-92
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The Secretary of Economic and Employment
Development is chief executive officer of the
Department and is appointed by the Governor with
Senate advice and consent. The Secretary sets
policy, promulgates rules and regulations, and
determines the strategies necessary to fulfill the
Department's mandate. The Secretary is respon-
sible for the budget of the Department and for the
budgets of the boards, commissions, and offices
under the Department's jurisdiction.
The Secretary is assisted in the administration of
the Department by the Deputy Secretary The
Deputy Secretary is appointed by the Secretary with
the approval of the Governor.

J. Henry Bucta, Chairperson, 1992

Appointed by Governor (who also designates chair):
Ronald L. Bowers; Ernest R. Grecco; Sheila E.
Hixson; William P. Kaczorowski; Thomas R.
McNutt; Freddy L. Mitchcll; Edward A. Mohler;
Kenneth C. Montague, Jr.; John P. O'Connor;
Robert C. Schleiger, Ph.D.; Kenneth L. Wade;
Joslyn N. Williams. Terms expire 1991.

William D. Boden; Jack B. Castle; Jerome S.
Doubroff; Leo E. Green; Sharon W. Hornberger;
Dana M. Jones; Stanley MazarofF; George V.
McGowan; James H. McLean; Kenneth J. Miller;
Marion W. Pines; Joseph Puhalla; Oscar Schuiz;
Carl W. Struever; William G. Troxler, Ph.D. Terms
expire 1992.

Carolyn W. Colvin; Rose Marie Coughlin; J.
Randall Evans; Nancy S. Grasmick, Ph.D.; Jack M.
Hix; Lucille Maurer; Joseph L. Shilling, Ph.D.;
Peter P. Thomas, Sr.; James D. Tschechtelin,
Ph.D.; Duane E. Yoder. Terms expire 1993.

James E. Callahan, Executive Director

1100 N. Eutaw St., Room 604
Baltimore, MD 21201 333-5606

By Executive Order, the Governor created the
Council in March 1983 as Maryland's job training
coordinating council under the federal Job Training
Partnership Act (EL. 97-300). Later char year, the
Council was established by statute (Chapter 268,
Acts of 1983). In 1985, the Governor gave addi-
tional responsibilities to the Council and made it a
unit within the Executive Department (Executive
Order 01.01.1985.14). In 1987, the Council be-
came part of the Department of Economic and
Employment Development (Executive Order
01.01.1987.24). The Council helps plan, coor-
dinate, and monitor the State's workforce invest-

ment programs and services in accordance with
federal law.
The Council consists of not more than forty
members appointed by the Governor for initial
terms of from one to three years. The Governor
designates the chairperson, who may not be an
elected official or an employee of State or local
government (Code 1957, Art. 100, sec. 121).

Robert N. Schoeplein, Director

217 E. Redwood St.
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-6947

In order to provide quantitative and analytical
bases for economic policy-making, the Office of
Research studies the performance of the State's
economy The Office conducts research for Depart-
ment divisions and, in compiling technical data, serves
as a statewide information center for Maryland sodo-
economic and demographic data. It acts as a liaison
between State government and data sources such as
the U.S. Bureau of the Census, the U.S. Depart-
ment of Commerce, the Federal Reserve Districts,
trade associations, nonprofit organizations, and
various State and local organizations. The Office
also compiles data specifically oriented toward busi-
ness, industry, and the public and prepares a month-
ly series of economic indicators.


Joseph D. Burruss, Jr., Assistant Secretary

1100 N. Euraw St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 333-7915

Created in 1987, the Division of Administration
provides advice, guidance, and technical support on
administrative management to senior program
directors and agencies of the Department. It bears
prime responsibility for developing departmental
budget proposals and projections.
The Division maintains fund accounts, ad-
ministers personnel matters, and purchases and
procures products and services required by the
Department. The Division also provides mailroom
services, monitors the use of departmental motor
vehicles, and maintains liaison with building
management on upkeep of grounds and facilities.
Requests for proposals and contract awards are
reviewed by the Division for compliance with State
purchasing regulations. Additionally, the Division
coordinates data and word processing, operates the
Department's central computer, and carries out
Labor Market Information functions.


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