Tag: Maryland Emergency Management Agency
The governor on Thursday submitted a supplemental budget for fiscal year 2021 that requests $10 million for emergency coronavirus preparedness expenses as well as funding for other state and local initiatives.Read More
House subcommittee kills proposal to tax some services as way to pay for Kirwan education reforms; meanwhile the House is on track to pass that sweeping education reform plan; as state raises it COVID-19 alert, Gov. Hogan seeks access to rainy day fund to help pay for fighting the virus; Board of Public Works OKs $8.9 million to three exonerees; citing Kavanaugh hearing ‘travesty,’ Republican lawmakers urged to vote against bill to give survivors of child sexual abuse more time to sue their abusers; Senate committee moves crime bills forward; Hogan meets with candidates in Baltimore’s mayor’s race; and Dem presidential candidate Joe Biden racking up endorsements in Maryland.Read More
The state military department violated state regulations when it paid a contractor almost $1 million without approval from the Board of Public Works, according to a state audit released Wednesday.
The department, which includes the National Guard and emergency management agency, bought information technology services for nearly three years without a contract, legislative auditors said.Read More
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