[nfbmi-talk] FW: Reorganization

joe harcz Comcast joeharcz at comcast.net
Thu Jan 27 07:44:21 CST 2011


Hi,

Though the DELEG issue is not resolved Nixon is formally head of DTMB now 
and Corrigan was appointed and approved at DHS. Her Supreme court 
appointment has been filled as well.

Just an update.

Joe
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> Hello everyone,
>
>
>
> Larry asked me to send the article below.  Please read the following.  We
> may need to make some quick decisions and you will need to be familiar 
> with
> this information.
>
>
>
> Warmest Regards,
>
>
>
> Fred
>
>  _____
>
> Amy Lane
>
> Capitol Briefings
>
> section/staffBlogAmyLane
>
> Originally Published: January 05, 2011 2:15 PM  Modified: January 05, 2011
> 5:17 PM
>
> Snyder temporarily keeps DELEG officials as government reorganization 
> rolls
> out
>
> As much changes with the new administration of Gov. Rick Snyder, one of 
> the
> state's
>
> biggest departments has yet to see permanent or new faces at the top. And 
> it
> won't
>
> for a little while.
>
> Top officials at the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic 
> Growth
>
> - Acting Director Andy Levin and deputy directors Susan Corbin and Curtis
> Hertel
>
> Sr. - have been asked to remain on a temporary basis as Snyder looks at 
> what
> needs
>
> to happen with the department, said Snyder communications director Geralyn
> Lasher.
>
> They will remain in their jobs in an acting capacity for about a month,
> Lasher said.
>
> "DELEG is massive," she said. "In order to have a little bit more time to
> sort through
>
> what is the most appropriate move in some of those areas.it's going to be 
> a
> little
>
> easier and a little more appropriate to keep them on."
>
> All of DELEG's functions, and the best way to approach them, are under
> review by
>
> Snyder's team and the DELEG officials are providing assistance, Lasher 
> said.
>
> In most other state departments, Snyder has named either new directors or
> acting
>
> directors. Not formally announced, but the case, is that State Budget
> Director John
>
> Nixon will also serve as the director of the
>
> Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget
>
> .
>
> Nixon is one of what will be six group executives in Snyder's new 
> management
> model
>
> for state government.
>
> The group executives, some of whom are also department heads, form an
> organization
>
> of government that is designed implement policy and vision in a 
> coordinated
> and strategic
>
> manner.
>
> They are:
>
> Nixon, group executive for value for money. The Department of Technology,
> Management
>
> and Budget and the
>
> Office of State Employer
>
> are among functions that fall under his purview.
>
> State Treasurer and
>
> Michigan Department of Treasury
>
> Director Andy Dillon, group executive for treasury. Operations under him
> include
>
> traditional treasury department functions, the
>
> Bureau of State Lottery and the
>
> Michigan Gaming Control Board
>
> .
>
> Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
>
> Director Dan Wyant, group executive for quality of life. He will oversee
> the DEQ,
>
> the
>
> Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the to-be-renamed
>
> Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
>
> . An executive order adding rural development to the agriculture
> department's official
>
> title is expected to be issued shortly.
>
> Michigan Economic Development Corp.
>
> CEO Michael Finney, group executive for economic growth. Areas of 
> oversight
> include
>
> the
>
> Michigan Department of Transportation
>
> , workforce development, unemployment and workers' compensation, and the
>
> Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation.
>
> Snyder deputy chief of staff Jeff Barnes, who will be public safety group
> executive
>
> and will coordinate the
>
> Michigan Department of Corrections
>
> , the Michigan Department of State Police and the
>
> Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
>
> .
>
> A sixth person, group executive for people, is yet to be named. Lasher 
> said
> that
>
> person will oversee the
>
> Michigan Department of Human Services
>
> , the Michigan Department of Community Health and the
>
> Michigan Department of Civil Rights
>
> .
>
> Lasher would not comment on reports that Michigan Supreme Court
>
> Justice Maura Corrigan will resign from the court to head the Human
> Services department.
>
> Snyder last week named Duane Berger, senior deputy director of department
> services
>
> in the Michigan Department of State
>
> , to be the Human Services department's acting director.
>
> C 2011
>
> Crain Communications Inc.
>
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