Maryland Gov. Wes Moore announced an ambitious plan to reshape state government and better measure the progress toward serving residents during his second State of the State address in Annapolis Wednesday. The Democratic governor said he’ll issue a “state plan” that will lay out performance goals for state government and how they will be tracked. He plans to hold a meeting with tens of thousands of state workers on Thursday to explain it, and eventually there will be an online dashboard for the public to view progress.
Moore promises plan to revamp state government in State of the State speech
February 8, 2024