Home Office of the Comptroller Agency Associations Agency Associations Maryland Board of Public Works: In order to protect and enhance the State's fiscal integrity, the Board of Public Works ensures that significant State expenditures are necessary and appropriate, fiscally responsible, fair, and lawful. In reviewing and approving capital projects, procurement contracts, and the acquisition, use, and transfer of State assets, the Board assures Marylanders that executive decisions are made responsibly and responsively. Along with the Governor, and the Treasurer, the Comptroller of Maryland sits on the Board. Maryland Treasurer's Office: The State Treasurer's Office organization includes an Executive Office and seven Divisions, Administration, Banking Services, Data Processing, Debt Management, Insurance, Investments, and the Legal Office. The Treasurer is the principal custodian of the State's cash deposits, monies from bond sales, and other securities and collateral and directs the investments of those assets. In addition to her duties in connection with the operations of the State Treasury, the Treasurer has many external responsibilities. As mandated by statute, the Treasurer serves on approximately 14 different boards and commissions. Internal Revenue Service: The Internal Revenue Service is the nation's tax collection agency and administers the Internal Revenue Code enacted by Congress. Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation: In Maryland the valuation of all real and personal property for purposes of property taxation is a function of State government. The Director of Assessments and Taxation, appointed by the Governor, administers and enforces the property assessment and property tax laws of Maryland. This organizational structure allows for uniformity of property assessment throughout the State. Maryland Department of Labor: The Maryland Department of Labor protects and empowers Marylanders by safeguarding workers, protecting consumers, providing a safety net and cultivating a thriving workforce that can meet the demands of Maryland's dynamic economy. Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration: The MVA core mission is to deliver services to our customers in the most efficient manner possible, to ensure the safety of every driver we license and to maintain the integrity and security of our processes for every product issued by MVA. Internally, we refer to these mission goals as the three "S", which stands for Service, Safety, and Security.