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Measuring What Matters, September 21st, 2011

When it comes to measuring the economic progress we’re making as a State and as a nation, we usually rely on our nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), or here in Maryland, our Gross State Product (GSP). But what if we want to measure a broader kind of progress? The progress that comes from breathing cleaner  Read the Rest…

We’re Listening, July 7th, 2011

Over the past couple of years, we’ve done our best to let you know what we’ve been up to. We’ve sent out emails, printed publications, recorded PSAs and hosted town halls. And what I always like best about these communications is when I get to hear from you. Some of the most innovative ideas we  Read the Rest…

2 Week Deadlines, April 26th, 2011

There are a few lessons that I’ve learned in managing large organizations and people. One is that people work against deadlines and that it’s best to have deadlines that come up every two weeks,  instead of every two years. Another is that when you have a system that is open and transparent where everyone knows  Read the Rest…

Governor Martin O’Malley, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown Convene “Maryland Forward” Series with Forum for Veterans, March 28th, 2011

CHARLOTTE HALL, MD (March 28, 2011)–Governor Martin O’Malley, Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown and U.S. Congressman Steny H. Hoyer joined local veterans and veteran-serving organizations from around Maryland today at Charlotte Hall Veterans Home for an important discussion on our shared progress on veterans issues and ongoing opportunities for further collaboration to support our troops  Read the Rest…

Watch the Budget Presentation Live, January 21st, 2011

Today, members of my budget team and I will formally roll-out our FY 2012 budget.  Watch it live here

Our Military Heroes, August 16th, 2010

Last week, Maryland’s Secretary of Veterans Affairs Ed Chow, and the Adjudant General of the Maryland National Guard, General James Adkins, issues correspondence to active military members, veterans, and military families throughout Maryland regarding our efforts to protect the right to vote – particularly for those who are defending our democracy overseas. General Adkins issued  Read the Rest…

Interactive Cultural Map unveiled at ‘Capital for a Day’, June 17th, 2010

Today, Silver Spring is Maryland’s “Capital for a Day.” During the Cabinet meeting in Montgomery County, Governor O’Malley hosted a presentation unveiling the Visit Maryland Interactive Map, which portrays Byways, Heritage Areas, Main Streets, Arts and Entertainment Districts, Civil War Trails, agri-tourism businesses, state and national parks, historical and cultural museums, art venues, master artists  Read the Rest…

Maryland’s Capital – East Baltimore County!, May 18th, 2010

Today, we brought our monthly “Capital for a Day” series to East Baltimore County, where we joined Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith and others for a tour of Middle River Aircraft Systems, an exciting announcement on the health of the Chesapeake Bay at Gunpowder Falls State Park, and a Cabinet Meeting held at Parkville’s Oak  Read the Rest…

Capitol Heights – Maryland’s Capital for a Day, April 16th, 2010

I want to thank the people of Capitol Heights for their hospitality yesterday, as we joined Mayor Darryl Miller, Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson and others to declare Capitol Heights Maryland’s “Capital for a Day”.  It’s more important than ever for Maryland’s families to see that their state government is working for them each  Read the Rest…

WeConnect: Maryland launches, March 22nd, 2010

March 18 – This week, Governor O’Malley announced the launch of the ”We Connect: Maryland” web site to expand access to programs and services during these tough economic times. The WE Connect campaign is a public-private partnership designed to help the nation’s working families become more financially secure by connecting them to vital resources. Maryland  Read the Rest…