Appointed by Governor: Luis Borunda; Sharon Bradford; Robert Lee Clay, Sr.; Wayne K. Curry; Patrice Diamondidis; Brian Holmes; Franklin Lee, Esq.; Matthew Lee: Shelonda Stokes; Robert L. Wallace; Garland O. Williamson; Rosetta Kerr Wilson.
Appointed by Senate President: Patrick J. Hogan; Verna L. Jones.
Appointed by House Speaker: Jill P. Carter; Michael L. Vaughan.
Contact: Sharon R. Pinder, Executive Director
c/o Office of Minority Affairs
6 St. Paul St., Suite 1502, Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 767-8232; fax: (410) 333-7568
tty: (410) 333-3098
The Governor established the Governor's Commission on Minority Business Enterprise Reform on June 12, 2003 (Executive Order 01.01.2002.16). The Commission's charge was to develop a plan to reform the State's Minority Business Enterprise Program.
Minority business enterprise procedures used by State government agencies were reviewed by the Commission. Further, an examination was made of reporting, monitoring and compliance practices, as well as barriers to certification, access to capital, and current procurement practices for minority-owned businesses. The Commission also assessed the role and effectiveness of the Office of Minority Affairs, and how accurately and often State agencies report to the Office.
On December 31, 2003, the Commission submitted its report to the Governor.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Garland O. Williamson, Chair
Luis Borunda, Chair
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF MINORITY AFFAIRS STRATEGY COMMITTEE
Shelonda Stokes, Chair
Franklin Lee, Esq., Chair
PROCUREMENT & COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE
Robert L. Wallace, Chair
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