Pursuant to House Bill 307, the Maryland Lynching Truth and Reconciliation Commission is required to research cases of racially motivated lynchings and hold public meetings and regional hearings where a lynching of an African American by a white mob is documented. To date, the Commission has completed two public hearings. Together with OAG, the Commission seeks the services of a videographer and audio technician to record and live stream the remaining ten public hearings to be held across the State of Maryland. OAG and the Commission will use monies from the Emmett Till Cold Case Investigations Grant to fund this project.
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This Office represents the Maryland Department of Information Technology (“DoIT"), an agency of the State of Maryland. The Attorney General is seeking qualified attorneys with experience advising on information security and data privacy law matters, including international, national, and state/territorial laws involving information security and privacy requirements, to serve, through the OAG, as Assistant Information Security and Data Privacy Counsel to DoIT and other to-be-determined State of Maryland entities. Assistant Information Security and Data Privacy Counsel will provide legal support, including legal advice and services, under the direction of the Office of the Attorney General (“OAG") for DoIT, its agents and employees, and for other to-be-determined State of Maryland entities. Neither the OAG nor DoIT can make any estimate of the types or amounts of matters that may issue during the term of the contract which results from this Request for Proposals (“RFP").
The Office of the Attorney General is seeking assistant labor counsel to provide advice and counsel to various agencies and units of Maryland state government, primarily the Department of Budget and Management, in collective bargaining matters. Offerors are invited to submit proposals by 4:00 p.m. on July 15, 2022.
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