Baltimore, MD - The Department of General Services (DGS) does not monitor it’s the City’s fuel consumption effectively, which has led to documented cases of misuse and potential fraud,
Comptroller Bill Henry presented his priority list to the City Delegation for the 2024 Maryland General Assembly during the fourth annual Issues & Priorities pre-session hearing on November
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Baltimore, MD—Baltimore City’s Department of Transportation (DOT) does not fully monitor the Federal highway project contract closeout process to make sure they are completed within a reasonable ti
13 members named to new group tasked with recommending a modern framework for Baltimore region’s water and wastewater utilities operating under half-century old agreement
The Department of Real Estate (DORE), in partnership with the Department of Public Works (DPW) Solid Waste Operations and the Mayor's Office of Infrastructure Development (MOID) has announced a new
"Thanks to Commissioner Harrison’s dedication and hard work, we have a substantially better managed police department.