Deputy Secretary of Budget and Fiscal Planning, 1979-81
Assistant Secretary for Operations, Department of Budget & Fiscal Planning, 1975-79
Assistant Secretary of Fiscal Planning, Department of Budget & Fiscal Planning, 1974-75
Chief of Fiscal Planning, Department of Budget & Fiscal Planning, 1973-74
Executive Director, Governor's Council of Economic Advisors, 1971-72. Member, Commission on the Functions of Government, 1972-75; Governor's Task Force to Review Reorganization of the Executive Branch of State Government, 1977; Governor's Commission to Study the Liability of Public Employees, 1977-78; Task Force to Study State-Local Fiscal Relationships, 1979.
Chair, Board of Trustees, Maryland Teachers and State Employees Supplemental Retirement Plans, 1987-93.
Chief Deputy Treasurer, 1989-92.
Member, Governor's Special Commission to Study Health-Care Procurement Practices, 1998-99; Council on Management and Productivity, 2001-02; Procurement Advisory Council, 2001-.
Born in Ohio, 1938. University of Notre Dame, B.A., magna cum laude, 1959; Purdue University, Ph.D. (economic history), 1970. Assistant Professor (economics), The Johns Hopkins University, 1963-64. Senior Vice President for Finance and Management, Washington College, 1995-2007. Life member, National Association of State Budget Officers. Co-author, "The New England Textile Industry, 1825-60: Trends and Fluctuations," in Output, Employment, and Productivity in the United States after 1800 (1966); "Colonial New England Demography: A Sampling Approach," in William and Mary Quarterly (1970). Author, "The New England Throat Distemper and Family Size," in Empirical Studies in Health Economics: Proceedings of the Second Conference on the Economics of Health (1970). Co-author, Sources of Increase in Selected Medical Care Expenditures, 1929-1969 (1970); "Ghetto Multipliers: A Case Study of Hough," in Journal of Regional Science (1971); "The Economic Implications of Area-Oriented Anti -Poverty Programs," Journal of Regional Science (1971).
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