Saturday, July 09, 2005

Pay raises by the numbers: Who gets how much

The rich get richer:
Pay raises by the numbers: Who gets how much Cabinet officials: Currently ranges between $112,013 and $124,458, would rise to $153,085, or up to 37 percent, for all 18 officials.

Can you name any of the 18 officials in the cabnet? There are 18! Name em, please.

3 comments:

Mark Rauterkus said...

Governor's Cabinet on Children and Families has a Cabinet Chair: Secretary Estelle B. Richman, Department of Public Welfare

Members: The departments of Education, Health, and Labor and Industry; the secretary of the Budget; the Insurance commissioner; the directors of the Office of Health Care Reform and Governor's Office of Policy; the Governor's Chief of Staff; and the chairpersons of the Juvenile Court Judges' Commission and the Commission on Crime and Delinquency.

Mark Rauterkus said...

snip from another web site:

The top-level direction of the executive branch departments are, for the most part, held by officials appointed by, and serving at the pleasure of, the Governor. The Governor has responsibility for nominating the heads of Cabinet departments and other boards and commissions. The Senate confirms the Governor's appointments of Cabinet Secretaries.

Cabinet Secretaries are typically chosen from the ranks of the Governor's key political and financial supporters, although some departments do require specialized expertise (Health, Military Affairs, for example). As with the Governor's Office staff, the first loyalty of any cabinet officer is to the Governor, and key policy decisions are typically cleared with the Governor's Office. As a result, it is important to try to get a handle on the Governor's position on an issue, and to realize that trying to effect change through the cabinet official may not be productive. However, these are often long-time friends of the Governor, and they have the influence that goes along with being close friends and advisors.

Mark Rauterkus said...

Older Content Last Modified on 10/18/2004 (some of these people have changed):

Barbara Adams General Counsel

Francis Barnes Secretary of Education

Jeffrey Beard Secretary of Corrections

Allen D. Biehler Secretary of Transportation

Donna Cooper Secretary of Planning & Policy

Pedro Cort├ęs Secretary of the Commonwealth

Steve Crawford Secretary of Legislative Affairs

James P. Creedon Nominated as Secretary of General Services

Michael DiBerardinis Secretary of Conservation and Natural Resources

Nora Dowd Eisenhower Secretary of Aging

Gregory Fajt Secretary of Revenue

Rosemarie Greco Director of Health Care Reform

Calvin Johnson Secretary of Health

Adrian R. King, Jr. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Director

Catherine Baker Knoll Lieutenant Governor

Diane Koken Insurance Commissioner

Michael Masch Secretary of Budget & Administration

Kathleen McGinty Secretary of Environmental Protection

Col. Jeffrey Miller State Police Commissioner

Donald Patterson Inspector General

Estelle Richman Secretary of Public Welfare

William Schenck Secretary of Banking

Stephen Schmerin Secretary of Labor and Industry

Dennis Wolff Secretary of Agriculture

General Jessica Wright Adjutant General of Military and Veterans Affairs

Dennis Yablonsky Secretary of Community and Economic Development