Posted February 08, 2020 06:11:13Michigan State Business Administrator Dan McGrath has been hired by the Michigan State Department of Business Administration (M-BSA) to head its administration of the state’s Business Administration.
The new hire, who is the first official of his kind for the M-BSPA, is expected to oversee the MSA’s operations.
M-BAA is a department that oversees all aspects of the administration of M-Business, from contracts to tax filing and marketing.
Its a department with a budget of nearly $1.6 billion.
“It’s been an honor and privilege to work at the MBSA, a state institution and one that will be of great value to the State of Michigan,” McGrath said in a statement.
“It is an organization I’ve enjoyed working with and I look forward to helping the state achieve the highest levels of quality and effectiveness.”
McGrath will be in charge of overseeing the MBA’s financial operations, which are also run by the MSP.MBSA officials have worked closely with the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) since 2013, according to a statement from the department.
The MBA was formed by the legislature in 2008 to manage and manage Michigan’s business-related regulations.
Under McGrath’s leadership, the MBIA has grown from a tiny office to one of the largest in the nation.
In 2019, McGrath became the first full-time M-BA employee to earn an MSA bachelor’s degree.
McGrathan will also oversee a number of other departments, including the State Economic Development Agency (SEDA), the State Health Agency, the State Education Agency and the Office of Community Colleges.MBA’s new head is the fifth in the MMB’s recent history.
In 2016, former CEO and MMB board member Mark Loeffler stepped down after more than five years on the job.
Loefler was succeeded by MMB President and CEO Steve Schaller, who took over from McGrath in 2017.