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Maryland Manual, 1994-95
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584 /Executive Commissions


Chairperson: O. James Lighthizer, Secretary of
Vice-Chairman: George F. Brigham, Jr.

Appointed by Governor (who names chair & vice-chair):
Robert J. Brugger, Ph.D.; J. Henry Butta; Agnes Kane
Callum; Thomas G. Clemens; H. Grant Dehart; John
W. Durel, Ph.D.; Steven F. Ernst; Lester G. Fant III,
Esq.; Frances H. Kennedy; Alvin Luckenbach, Ph.D.;
Charles McC. Mathias; Brig. Gen. Harold W. Nelson;
Donald P. Patterson; Richard E. Roulette; Rosalyn
Terborg-Penn; A. Elizabeth Watson.

Appointed by Senate President: Howard A. Denis
Appointed by House Speaker: John P. Donoghue

Ex officio: vacancy, designee of Governor; Torrey C.
Brown, M.D., Secretary of Natural Resources;
Ronald M. Kreitner, Director of Planning; J.
Rodney Little, State Historic Preservation Officer.

P.O. Box 8755
Office of the Secretary
Dept. of Transportation
BWI Airport, MD 21240 (410) 859-7600

Annual Report to Governor due Dec. 1.

The Governor started the Maryland Civil War
Heritage Commission in February 1992 (Executive
Order 01.01.1992.07). In keeping with the Ameri-
can Battlefield Protection Program of the U.S. De-
partment of the Interior, the Commission works to
protect Civil War sites and structures in Maryland.
The Commission coordinates Maryland's participa-
tion in the Program with the federal government
and private foundations to secure support and fi-
nancial resources for protecting these sites and
structures. The Commission also advises State gov-
ernment agencies on matters relating to Civil War
sites and structures.


J. P. Blase Cooke, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Frank
Campitelli; Frank Chaney; N. Frederick
Churchman; J. Roland Dashiell; Ralph C. Dettor,
Jr.; John Driggs; Clarence Gross; Roy Kirby, Jr.;
Leonard A. Kraus, Sr.; Kenneth Lundeen; John M.
McMahan; Cap Mona; Marilyn B. Rainey; Wayne
T. Ruth; Renato E. Ventura; Perry Winchester.

Ex officio: Mark L. Wasserman, Secretary of Economic
& Employment Development; Martin W. Walsh, Jr.,
Secretary of General Services; Jacqueline H. Rogers,

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

Secretary of Housing & Community
Development; William A. Fogle, Jr., Secretary of
Licensing & Regulation; Torrey C. Brown, M.D.,
Secretary of Natural Resources; Joseph Adler,
Secretary of Personnel; Charles O. Middlebrooks, Jr.,
Director, Office of Employment & Training; Henry
Koellein, Jr., Commissioner of Labor & Industry;
Ronald M. Kreitner, Director of Planning.

c/o Harkins Builders, Inc.
12301 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904 (301) 680-4205

Annual Report to Governor due in Dec.

The Governor's Construction Industry Employ-
ers' Advisory Council was established in February
1988 by the Governor (Executive Order
01.01.1988.04). The Council assists the Governor in
devising strategy to foster a healthy and expanding
construction industry in Maryland. The Council also
reviews State and local problems affecting the industry
and recommends solutions to the Governor.


Acting Chairperson: Alexius O. Bishop, Dept. of
Budget & Fiscal Planning

Appointed by Governor. Thomas J. Chenoweth;
Joseph Distinti; Alphonse J. Giunta; Christian
Granger; David D. Harrington; Thomas F.
McCabe; John J. Seldgeski; Peggy V. Short.

c/o Division of Budget Analysis
Dept. of Budget & Fiscal Planning
45 Calvert St.
Annapolis, MD 21401—1985 (410) 974-2307

Semi-annual Reports to Governor & chairpersons of
appropriate legislative committees.

The Governor created the State Data Security
Committee in 1983 (Executive Order 01.01.1983.18).
The Committee establishes computer security poli-
cies and standards for State government agencies in
the Executive Branch. The Committee regularly
evaluates and tests the security of computerized
records systems of State agencies.
The Committee consists of nine data professionals
within State service. One member is appointed from
each of the following agencies: Comptroller of the
Treasury; Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning
(whose representative serves as chairperson); Depart-
ment of Public Safety and Correctional Services; De-
partment of Transportation; and University of
Maryland System. Four members are appointed by the
Governor upon recommendation of the chairperson.
Any agency security officer assigned to the Committee
may not participate in any computer system security
analysis of that officer's own agency by the Committee.


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