Deputy Secretary A. Leigh Williams is Luncheon Speaker at National Conference Focused on Crafting a Plan that will Protect Critical Infrastructure
Deputy Secretary of Energy A. Leigh Williams was the luncheon speaker at a March 16, 2017 conference hosted by the National Guard Association of the U.S. Attendees included stakeholders from around the country, including Homeland Security, FBI, National Guard, hospitals, water utilities and private businesses.
They gathered with the goal of creating a strategy for protecting critical infrastructure and were focused ... Learn more
Becky Vodusek is a valued employee at the Maryland Capitol Police Baltimore headquarters. Since her first day about three years ago, she has shown a willingness and desire to assist however she can. She keeps day-to-day functions running smoothly and is involved in every facet of MCP’s operations. Among her many duties, she is the receptionist, Human Resources liaison, hiring ... Learn more
Although Michele Sanders is a new addition to the Maryland Capitol Police Annapolis Detachment, she has worked for the Maryland Capitol Police for four years. She is an outstanding employee who takes courteous customer service very seriously and can always be counted on to treat people with respect and professionalism. Ms. Sanders portrays the department in a very positive light ... Learn more
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Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, Maryland Judiciary Celebrate Groundbreaking for New Catonsville Courthouse
BALTIMORE – The Department of General Services today hosted the groundbreaking for the new Catonsville District Courthouse in Baltimore County. The 130,000-square-foot facility, located on 5.9 acres in the Rolling Crossroads Professional Park, will have eight court rooms and will also house four state judicial agencies. General Services, who will oversee construction of this project, provides a wide variety of ... Learn more
DGS Celebrates Women’s History Month
“Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business”
Maryland history boasts trailblazing women in labor and business who remain an inspiration and serve as role models to this day. Many of the represent firsts: the first woman publisher, Mary Catherine Goddard; the first woman to run a print shop, Anne Catherine Hoof Green; the first American-born saint, ... Learn more
For the past 30 years, Security Officer George Gibson has been providing excellent service to the employees and visitors at the Baltimore Complex. He is always on time for his shift and presents a positive, professional image. When asked to work overtime, he doesn’t hesitate to say “Yes.”
Security Officer Gibson’s regular post at 500 Centre St. can be demanding, as ... Learn more
Enoch Pratt Free Library
Secretary Churchill and members of his staff received a tour of the iconic Enoch Pratt Library from John Durcan, Gilbane Construction project manager, on Tuesday, February 28. The top to bottom tour illustrated the huge undertaking, overseen by DGS, to renovate this historic Baltimore City gem.
Constructed in the 1930s, the Enoch Pratt Library is a fine example ... Learn more
DGS keeps its Customer Service Promise to be courteous, responsive and transparent with its clients.
Quoting from the article below, “DGS has been a strong supporter of the AIA and ACEC.” …. “In particular, Secretary Churchill and Assistant Secretary Buckler have been strong advocates for efficient and effective design services, intelligently aligning best practices with State policy.”
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Born a slave on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Harriett Tubman became famous as a “conductor” on the Underground Railroad during the 1850s. She fled north from Maryland in 1849 to escape a harsh existence as a field hand who endured brutal beatings. Armed with determination, fearlessness, the pistol at her side and her faith in God, she returned south at least ... Learn more