[photo, Earl F. Seboda, Maryland Secretary of General Services] EARL FRANK SEBODA
Secretary of General Services, 1983-90
Assistant Secretary for Capital Programs, 1983
Assistant Secretary, 1977-83

Secretary of General Services, 1983 to November 1990. Resigned November 1990. Member, Governor's Executive Council, 1983-90. Chair, Asbestos Insulation Problems Task Force, 1983-84.

Member, Ad Hoc Committee to Study Article 21 (Procurement), 1983; State Commission on the Capital City, 1983-90; Commission on Correctional Standards, 1983-90; State Energy Conservation Board, 1983-90; Maryland Food Center Authority, 1983-90; Hall of Records Commission, 1983-90; Interagency Committee on School Construction, 1983-90; State Use Industries Advisory Committee, 1983-90; Task Force to Examine the School Construction Program, 1985; Joint Executive/Legislative Task Force on Corrections, 1985-86; Maryland Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 1985-90. Chair, Interdepartmental Committee for Telecommunications Master Planning, 1986-87; Council on the State Capital, 1986-90. Member, Interdepartmental Advisory Committee for Minority Affairs, 1986-90; Procurement Advisory Council, 1986-90; Governor's Special Committee on the Port of Baltimore, 1987; Task Force on School Construction Finance, 1987; Task Force on Chesapeake Bay Ferries, 1987-88; Advisory Committee on Utility Lines in Annapolis, 1987-88; Asbestos Oversight Committee, 1987-90; Governor's Construction Industry Employers' Advisory Council, 1988-90. Chair, Governor's Mansion Trust, 1988-90. Member, Governor's Commission on Protocol for the Maryland State Flag, 1989-90.

Building engineer, Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning, 1968-71.

Chief, Capital Budget, Engineering and Maintenance, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 1971-77.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, August 10,1938. Attended Baltimore Polytechnic Institute; University of Maryiand, B.S. (mechanical engineering), 1961; Rutgers University, 1965; Stevens Institute of Technology, 1966-67; The Johns Hopkins University, 1967-69; University of Baltimore, 1984-86. Served in U.S. Navy (lieutenant), 1961-65. Mechanical engineer. Project engineer, E. I. DuPont Company, 1965-67. Plant engineer, National Brewing Company 1967-68. Senior Project Manager, NARDI Construction, Inc. President, National Association of State Facilities Administrators, 1988-89. Member, U.S. Naval Institute; American Institute of Plant Engineers; Building Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA); Maryland Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE). Faculty (part-time), Community College of Baltimore, 1973-77. Widower; three children, four grandchildren.

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