202 /Department of Budget & Fiscal Planning
(Code State Finance and Procurement Article, secs.
3-201 through 3-503, 7-101 through 7-404).
Michael J. Langrehr, Director
45 Calvert St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974-5787
Financial Management Information Systems
(FMIS) was organized in 1991 and is responsible
for creating a new, high-technology, administrative
management system. Financial Management Infor-
mation Systems will include computer applications
to manage the system of State government purchas-
ing, accounting, payroll, personnel, and budgeting.
DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT
ANALYSIS & AUDITS
John C. DuChez II, Director
45 Calvert St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974-2191
The Division of Management Analysis and
Audits conducts management studies, performance
audits, and program analyses of State agencies and
programs. It oversees the State Travel Management
Office and the State Fleet Management Office. In
addition, the Division provides technical assistance
to State agencies in management, planning, pro-
gram evaluation, and systems development (Code
State Finance and Procurement Article, secs. 3-501
through 3-503, 7-101 through 7-121).
Maryland Manual 1994-1995
DIVISION OF PRIVATIZATION
Deborah A. Photiadis, Director
45 Calvert St., Room 168
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974-5028
In 1993, the Governor delegated responsibilities
for State privatization efforts to the Department of
Budget and Fiscal Planning (Executive Order
01.01.1993.02). Privatization is the assignment of
certain public government functions to the private
The Division of Privatization was formed in
1993 to evaluate privatization proposals, review
specifications and evaluations criteria, and help
State agencies assess existing and potential privati-
zation opportunities. The Division also provides
technical assistance and staff support to the Gover-
nor's Advisory Council on Privatization.
DIVISION OF CAPITAL BUDGETING
Neil Bergsman, Director
301 W. Preston St., Room 1209
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 225-4530
In 1989, responsibilities for capital budgeting
were transferred from the Office of Capital Budget-
ing within the Department of State Planning to the
newly formed Division of Capital Programs in the
Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning (Chap-
ter 540, Acts of 1989). The Division received its
present name in 1990.
The Division prepares the Governor's Annual
Capital Budget and develops the Five-Year Capital
Improvements Program. The Capital Budget in-
cludes State-owned construction projects and nu-
merous grant and loan programs. For State-owned
construction projects, the Division reviews facility
programs and must approve them before design can
begin. The Division does not review Department of
For all capital projects, the Division also inspects
sites, holds hearings, and prepares testimony for the
The Division provides technical assistance to
State agencies in preparing master plans and studies
the feasibility and need for certain State facilities.
The Division also coordinates the purchase of all
capital equipment for State agencies.