Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Robert Neall To Head Committe
Former Anne Arundel County Executive Robert Neall, who has also served as a state senator and General Assembly delegate, has been hired to lead an effort to reorganize Maryland's "unwieldy and unmanageable" state government, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday.
Neal has been given the task of reviewing the state government and recommending ways to make it more efficient. Neall is respected on both sides of the aisle as one of the state's sharpest minds on fiscal matter,
Neal has said the effort would be government wide and focus on updating a bureaucracy that had not been substantially revamped since the 1970s with the goal to create a system that "serves Marylanders well and at a price they can afford."