ANNAPOLIS, MD (November 9, 2010) – Governor Martin O’Malley will address students, faculty, and other attendees tomorrow at Towson University, where he will discuss moving Maryland forward in education, our environment, and Maryland’s new economy.
Governor O’Malley’s commitment in 2006 was to make government work again for the people of our State. Since then, Governor O’Malley has instituted StateStat, the Governor’s Delivery Unit, and a series of innovative reforms to make our State government more accountable and efficient.
The O’Malley-Brown Administration’s 15 strategic and visionary goals <http://www.statestat.maryland.gov/gdu.asp> to improve the quality of life in Maryland require state agencies to align state and federal resources to achieve measurable results. The goals reflect the challenges and opportunities we face as a state in the 21st Century, including our ability to transition into a new economy.
Governor O’Malley will appear at Towson University with former Attorney General Joe Curran, a regular lecturer at the school.
WHAT: Governor O’Malley to address students, faculty at Towson University
WHEN: TOMORROW, Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 4:00 p.m.
WHERE: Towson University
Student Union, Potomac Lounge
8000 York Road