Governor Michael S. Dukakis, 1983-91
Implementation of the Developmental Disabilities Act of 1984, P.L. 98-527 . Revoking 2 EO 122 and 141 . Superseded and revoked by 2 EO 315 .
Creating Minority Business Development Commission to Promote Minority Business in the Commonwealth.
Recycled Materials Procurement Plan. Designation of the Center of Excellence at the University of Massachusetts Amherst to study chloroflourocarbons.
Establishing a Public Integrity Policy for the Commonwealth.
Establishes a Housing Assistance Pilot Program. The Secretary of the Office of Communities and Development Contracted with the Lynn Housing Authority to Administrate all Rental Housing Assistance Programs Funded through the Executive Office of Communities and Development Located in Lynn.
Software Copyright Compliance within State Government.
Establishment of the Massachusetts Housing Partnership. Because of the critical need for low and moderate income housing the Executive Office of Communities and Development will expand the development and preservation of housing through public/private partnerships.
Evelyn Murphy as Acting Governor signed the Open books and Balanced Budget EO Every month within 5 days of the final revenue receipts or the final payment of bills, whichever is later, A & F will submit a monthly balanced books report to the Governor and the Clerks of the House and Senate.
Evelyn Murphy signed this EO on the Reduction of the Size of the Executive Branch of State Government.
Policy on Permanent Paper. All departments and executive branch subdivisions shall use permanent paper in the preparation of public records and publications of enduring value.
No Contract in Excess of $100,000.00 shall be entered into by any agency within the Executive Department. This shall be in effect for 90 days or until amended, superseded or revoked.
No employee shall be hired without prior written approval of the Secretary of Administration and Finance. This does not apply to Governor's appointments. It will be in effect for 90 days or until amended, superseded or revoked.
Governor William F. Weld, 1991-97
Establishes a Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission of not more than 15 members for purposes of education and encouraging ceremonial celebrations.