DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, & REGULATION

John P. O'Connor, Secretary of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation (410) 230-6020

Emelda P. Johnson, Deputy Secretary (410) 230-6018
John D. Jefferies, Assistant Secretary for Administration (410) 767-2961
Ellen Willis Miller, Assistant Secretary for Employment & Training (410) 767-2400
Kenneth P. Reichard, Commissioner of Labor & Industry (410) 767-2993
Mark Feinroth, Assistant Secretary for Regulatory Policy & Programs (410) 230-6008
Elizabeth Hartley Trimble, Principal Counsel (410) 230-6111

500 North Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21202 - 3651
(410) 230-6000
e-mail: dllr@dllr.state.md.us
fax: (410) 333-0853
tty: (410) 383-7555
web: www.dllr.state.md.us


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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

OFFICE OF SECRETARY

(P00A01, formerly 34.01.01)
FY2001 appropriation: $15,565,813
FY2001 authorized positions: 242
John P. O'Connor, Secretary of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation
(appointed by Governor with Senate advice & consent)
(410) 230-6020
e-mail: selbon@dllr.state.md.us

Emelda P. Johnson, Deputy Secretary
(410) 230-6018
e-mail: emjohnson@dllr.state.md.us

Dale J. Webb, Chief of Staff
(410) 230-6011
e-mail: dwebb@dllr.state.md.us

ADMINISTRATION

John D. Jefferies, Assistant Secretary for Administration
(410) 767-2961
e-mail: jjefferies@dllr.state.md.us

BOARD OF APPEALS

Appointed by Secretary of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation with Governor's approval to 6-year terms:
Hazel A. Warnick, Chair (chosen by Secretary of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation, 6-year term), 2003
Donna Watts-Lamont, Esq., 2001; Clayton A. Mitchell, Sr., 2005.

DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING

(P00G01, formerly 34.07.01)
FY2001 appropriation: $141,600,726
FY2001 authorized positions: 1,099
Ellen Willis Miller, Assistant Secretary for Employment & Training
(appointed by Secretary of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation with Governor's approval)
(410) 767-2400
e-mail: ellen@dllr.state.md.us
tty: (410) 767-2986
web: www.dllr.state.md.us/employment/

DIVISION OF LABOR & INDUSTRY

(P00D01, formerly 34.04.01)
FY2001 appropriation: $11,101,456
FY2001 authorized positions: 202
Kenneth P. Reichard, Commissioner of Labor & Industry
(appointed by Secretary of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation with Governor's approval)
(410) 767-2993
e-mail: dli@dllr.state.md.us
web: www.dllr.state.md.us/labor/

Ileana C. O'Brien, Deputy Commissioner (410) 767-2992

REGULATORY POLICY & PROGRAMS

Mark Feinroth, Assistant Secretary for Regulatory Policy & Programs
(410) 230-6008
e-mail: mfeinroth@dllr.state.md.us


DEFUNCT DEPARTMENTAL AGENCIES

ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT & SPECIAL OPERATIONS
Under Office of Employment Services, reorganized in 1997 as Management Support and Special Programs Team.

APPEALS DIVISION
Under Board of Appeals, reorganized as Lower Appeals Division in Oct. 1999.

INFORMATION SERVICES
Under Administration, its functions moved in 1997 to Information Technology within the Office of the Secretary.

MARYLAND OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION COORDINATING COUNCIL
The Council was discontinued due to loss of federal funding.

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SERVICES
Under Administration, its functions moved to Information Technology within the Office of the Secretary in 1997.

POLICY COORDINATION
The position of Assistant Secretary for Policy Coordination ended in 1998.

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