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50 /Legislature Maryland Manual 1994-1995

SPECIAL JOINT COMMITTEES & TASK FORCES

Staff: Michael I. Volk
Legislative Division
Department of Legislative Reference
90 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 841-3870

The Legislative Policy Committee periodically establishes special joint committees and task forces for
particular purposes. These special committees meet during the interim between sessions of the General
Assembly. Annually, at the end of the legislative session, the Legislative Policy Committee reviews the work
of each committee and decides whether or not a committee should be continued. Staff for the committees
is provided by the Department of Fiscal Services and the Department of Legislative Reference. A
committee membership roster is published each summer and is available on request.

JOINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON
LEGISLATIVE DATA SYSTEMS

John A. Cade, Senate Chairperson
Thomas E. Dewberry, House Chairperson

Staff: Theresa Tuszynski (410) 841-3736

The Joint Advisory Committee on Legislative
Data Systems was created in 1988.

JOINT OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE ON JUVENILE
SERVICES INITIATIVES
Barbara A. Hoffman, Senate Chairperson
J. Ernest Bell II, House Chairperson

Appointed by Senate President: Thomas L. Bromwell;
Charles H. Smelser.

Appointed by House Speaker.John J. Bishop; Norman
H. Conway.

Appointed by Senate President & House Speaker:
Robert H. Mason; David B. Mitchell.

Staff: Douglas R. Nestor (410) 841-3870
Douglas R. Mann; Kristin I. Terchek
(410) 841-3710
Created in November 1992, the Joint Oversight
Committee on Juvenile Services Initiatives oversees
programs of the Department of Juvenile Services.

JOINT SUBCOMMITTEE ON ARTICLE 2B

American Joe Miedusiewski, Senate Chairperson
Leon Albin, House Chairperson

The Joint Subcommittee on Article 2B was
formed in September 1992 to review Article 2B of
the Annotated Code of Maryland. This Code article
concerns the laws on alcoholic beverages.

JOINT SUBCOMMITTEE ON PROGRAM OPEN
SPACE & AGRICULTURAL LAND PRESERVATION

C. Bernard Fowler, Senate Chairperson
George C. Edwards, House Chairperson

The Joint Subcommittee on Program Open
Space and Agricultural Land Preservation was cre-
ated in 1991.

Staff: MarkTrogdon (410) 841-3710

SPECIAL JOINT COMMITTEE ON PENSIONS

William H. Amoss, Senate Chairperson
Richard N. Dixon, House Chairperson

Staff: Paul Ballou (410) 841-3710

The Special Joint Committee on Pensions has
functioned since 1985.

JOINT TASK FORCE ON MARYLAND'S
PROCUREMENT LAW

Clarence W. Blount, Senate Co-Chairperson
John A. Cade, Senate Co-Chairperson
Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., House Co-Chairperson
D. Bruce Poole, House Co-Chairperson

Appointed by Senate President: William H. Amoss;
Walter M. Baker; F. Vernon Boozer; Arthur
Dorman; Barbara A. Hoffman; Laurence Levitan;
Thomas Patrick O'Reilly; James C. Simpson;
Charles H. Smelser; Norman R. Stone, Jr.

Appointed by House Speaker: Joel Chasnoff; Elijah E.
Cummings; Ronald A. Guns; Sheila E. Hixson;
James E. McClellan; Howard P. Rawlings; Casper
R. Taylor, Jr.; Virginia M. Thomas; Joseph F.
Vallario, Jr.

Staff: Carol L. Swan; Simon Powell
(410) 841-3870
Mark Trogdon (410) 841-3710

Begun as a Senate task force in August 1993, the
Joint Task Force on Maryland's Procurement Law
was formed in September 1993. The Task Force
reviews State procurement laws and regulations,
and determines how to prevent abuses and the
appearance of undue influence, especially in emer-
gency procurements, where contracts are awarded
without competitive bidding. The Task Force also is
studying how State agencies, particularly the Board
of Public Works and the Office of Attorney General,
can better oversee the procurement process.

 



 
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