Maryland State Government Agencies

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  • Allegany County Agency

    9 forms 1 contacts

  • Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

    20 forms 1 contacts

    The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is a multi-faceted Agency with a broad mission area that includes protecting and promoting U.S. agricultural health, regulating genetically engineered organisms, administering the Animal Welfare Act and carrying out wildlife damage management activities. These efforts support the overall mission of USDA, which is to protect and promote food, agriculture, natural resources and related issues.

    To protect the health and value of American agriculture and natural resources.

  • Anne Arundel County Agency

    16 forms 1 contacts

  • Assessments & Taxation

    11 forms 1 contacts

  • Attorney General

    4 forms 5 contacts

  • Bainbridge Development Corporation

    10 forms 1 contacts

    The Bainbridge Development Corporation (BDC) was created by the Maryland General Assembly via H.B. 1152 in 1999 to plan, initiate and oversee the activities necessary to convert the approximately 1,200 acre site (formerly the U.S. Bainbridge Naval Training Center) into re-use opportunities which would maximize the economic contribution from the re-development. The Board of Directors is comprised of 9 voting and 6 non-voting (ex-officio) members including representation from the Town of Port Deposit, Cecil County Council, State of Maryland, Economic Development Organizations, and citizens in Cecil County.

  • Baltimore City Agency

    17 forms 1 contacts

  • Baltimore City Community College

    11 forms 1 contacts

  • Business Resources

    According to the Maryland Department of Assessment and Taxation, the four most common business structures are the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation and limited liability company. Each structure has certain advantages and disadvantages. Choosing the appropriate organizational structure for your business is one of the most important decisions made and may require advice from an attorney, accountant or other professional advisor.

  • Calvert County Agency

    36 forms 1 contacts

  • Canal Place Preservation & Development Authority

    1 contacts

  • Caroline County Agency

    10 forms 1 contacts

  • Carroll County Agency

    12 forms 1 contacts

  • Cecil County Agency

    42 forms 1 contacts

    Cecil County Government enhances the health, education, safety, economic well-being, and quality of life for all citizens by providing public services in a fiscally responsible and efficient manner. The County will operate in a manner that is worthy of public trust and respectful of our rural heritage. The County embraces innovation, diversity, and collaboration in meeting citizen and community needs. The county government recognizes its stewardship role and strives to do what’s right, work as a team, get results

  • Charles County Agency

    15 forms 1 contacts

  • Commission on Civil Rights

    8 forms 1 contacts

  • Comptroller of Maryland

    31 forms 1 contacts

  • Department of Aging

    23 forms 1 contacts

  • Department of Agriculture

    527 forms 1 contacts 1 questions

    Employees provide administrative support services in the areas of budget, finance, human resources, information technology, procurement, property management, and related administrative services. Primary responsibilities are:

    -Developing administrative management policy and procedures

    -Implementing and operating administrative servicing systems

    -Providing administrative support to agency units and programs

    -Evaluating agency administrative systems

  • Department of Agriculture

    13 forms 1 contacts