Governor Michael S. Dukakis, 1975-79
Governor Edward J. King, 1979-83
Establishing a Governor's Management Task Force, and Defining its Powers and Duties.
Authorizing the Executive Office of Communities and Development to Apply for Federal Aid for Fuel Assistance to Low-Income Families.
Establishing a Governor's Commission to Simplify Rules and Regulation, and Defining its Powers and Duties
Establishing Emergency Regulations re the Distribution of Gasoline During National Energy Shortage.
Establishing Further Emergency Regulations re the Distribution of Gasoline During the National Energy Shortage; Sales of Gasoline by Motorists.
Requiring the Marine Fisheries Advisory Commission and the Division of Marine Fisheries to Develop a Comprehensive Fisheries Policy for the Commonwealth Under the Federal Fisheries Management and Conservation Act of 1976.
Providing for the Establishment of an Electronic Data Processing Center and Planning Unit in the Executive Office for Administration and Finance.
Establishing a Massachusetts Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee, and Defining its Powers and Criminal Justice as the State Agency to Implement the State Juvenile Justice Plan Under the Federal Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-415). Rescinded by 2 EO 204 .
Establishing a Development Permit Coordination Office in the Governor's Development Office, and Defining its Powers and Duties; Regulating State Agency Applications for Federal Funds.
Requiring State Permit-Granting and Regulatory Agencies to Provide Certain Information and Materials to the Governor's Commission to Simplify Rules and Regulations.
Establishing a Massachusetts Foreign Business Council in the Governor's Office, and Defining its Powers and Duties.
Taking Over the Direction and Control of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation During a Fiscal Emergency, and Designating the MBTA Board of Directors as Gubernatorial Agents to Administer the Authority.
Establishing Advisory Committees to Assist in Implementing the Recommendations of the Governor's Management Task Force, and Defining Their Powers and Duties.
Establishing a Task Force on Electric Utility Fuel Costs, and Defining its Powers and Duties.
State Office White Paper Recycling Program.
Defining Barrier Beaches, and Providing for the Administration of State and Federal Aid Therefor; Regulating the Management of Such Beaches Owned by the State.
Establishing a Government Service Careers Program and Administrative Unit in the Division of Personnel Administration; Defining the Objectives of Such Program; Defining the Powers and Duties of the Director of the Government Services Careers Program (an office created by this EO).
Establishing a Governor's Task Force on Probate and Family Court Procedures, and Defining its Powers and Duties.
Mandating That Secretariats of the Commonwealth Define the Scope, Intent, and Purpose of Regulations Being Adopted as Part of All Existing and Newly-Promulgated Regulations, and Resolve Any Inter-Agency Regulatory Conflicts.
Declaring a State of Emergency re the Financing and Continued Operation of the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority; Taking Control of the Authority, and Placing its Management in the Secretary of Transportation and Construction and the MBTA Board of Directors; Authorizing the Authority to Spend Not More Than $41 Million in Excess of the Budget Authorized by the MBTA Advisory Board for Fiscal 1980.
Regulating Off-Road Vehicle ("dune-buggy") Operation on Public Lands Containing Coastal Wetlands Resources.
Declaring that a natural gas emergency exists in the Commonwealth.
Seeking to mitigate the conversion of state-owned agricultural land to other use.
Establishing new guidelines for vendor contracts, including provision for state auditing of all vendor records held pertaining to state contracts.
Designating that the Board of Conciliation and Arbitration be within the Executive Office of Manpower Affairs, but not subject to its jurisdiction.