Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long
Dr. Bethany Hall-Long has served as Delaware’s 26th Lieutenant Governor since 2017. Dr. Bethany Hall-Long has served as Delaware’s 26th Lieutenant Governor since 2017. As a member of the Democratic Party, she served in the Delaware House of Representatives from 2002-2008 and in the Delaware Senate from 2008-2017. The other constitutional duty of the Lieutenant Governor is to serve on the Board of Pardons with the Chancellor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, and Auditor of Accounts.
Secretary Michael Scuse
The Department of Agriculture has a dedicated staff that strives effectively and efficiently to accomplish our mission, to sustain and promote the viability of food, fiber, and agricultural industries in Delaware through quality services that protect and enhance the environment, health, and welfare of the general public.
Secretary Dr. Mark Holodick
The Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) provides Delaware public schools – which includes 19 school districts and 23 charter schools – with resources, professional development, grant access and more so that all Delaware students are ready for success in college, career and life.
DDOE additionally manages educator licensure and certification, registers homeschools, facilitates adult and prison education programs, and additional programs as outlined in Delaware Code.
Acting Commissioner Terra Taylor
The Department is comprised of the Office of the Commissioner, Bureau of Administrative Services, Bureau of Correctional Healthcare Services, Bureau of Prisons and Bureau of Community Corrections.
Delaware provides a unified correctional system, with all correctional facilities and institutions falling under the jurisdiction of the State.
Secretary Rick Geisenberger
The Department of Finance promotes Delaware’s fiscal health fairly and efficiently by forecasting, generating, collecting and accounting for funds that are essential for state government services. Department Divisions include Revenue, Unclaimed Property, Accounting, and the Delaware Lottery.
Secretary Josette Manning
The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services aims to improve the quality of life for Delaware’s citizens by promoting health and well-being, fostering self-sufficiency, and protecting vulnerable populations.
DHSS divisions include: Aging and Physical Disabilities, Child Support Services, Social Services, Health Care Quality, Medicaid & Medical Assistance, Public Health, Human Trafficking Interagency Coordinating Council, Developmental Disabilities Services, State Service Center, Substance Abuse and Mental Health, and Visually Impaired.
Director Eugene Young
The mission of the Delaware State Housing Authority is to efficiently provide, and assist others to provide, quality, affordable housing opportunities and appropriate supportive services to low- and moderate-income Delawareans.
Secretary Claire DeMatteis
The Department of Human Resources is committed to providing current, retired or future state employees with comprehensive services and benefits.
The Department of Human Resources offers support and administers programs in Talent Management, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Employee and Labor Relations, Statewide Benefits, and Women’s Advancement and Advocacy.
Secretary Karryl Hubbard
The Delaware Department of Labor connects people to jobs, resources, monetary benefits, workplace protections and labor market information to promote financial independence, workplace justice and a strong economy.
The Department is made up of four main divisions: The Division of Employment and Training (DET), The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), The Division of Unemployment Insurance (UI), and The Division of Industrial Affairs (DIA).
Director Cerron Cade
The Office of Management and Budget provides leadership, partnerships, policy development, planning and objective analysis to maximize the value of state assets, including people, facilities, land and financial resources.
Major General Michael Berry
When Delaware National Guard units are not mobilized or under federal control, they report to the Governor of Delaware. Under state law, the National Guard provides protection of life, property and preserves peace, order and public safety. These missions are accomplished through emergency relief support during natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes and forest fires; search and rescue operations; support to civil defense authorities; maintenance of vital public services and counterdrug operations.
Secretary Shawn Garvin
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) envisions a Delaware that offers a healthy environment where people embrace a commitment to the protection, enhancement and enjoyment of the environment in their daily lives; where Delawareans’ stewardship of natural resources ensures the sustainability of these resources for the appreciation and enjoyment of future generations; and where people recognize that a healthy environment and a strong economy support one another.
Secretary Nathaniel McQueen, Jr.
The Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security aims to promote and protect the safety of people and property in Delaware.
DSHS includes the Office of the Alcoholic Beverage Commissioner, Division of Communications, Delaware E-911, the Delaware Emergency Management Agency, Division of Forensic Science, Office of Highway Safety, the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement, the Capitol Police, the Delaware State Police, and the Division of Gaming Enforcement.
Secretary Steve Yeatman
The Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (also known as the Delaware Children’s Department) primary responsibility is to provide and manage a range of services for children who have experienced abandonment, abuse, adjudication, mental illness, neglect or substance abuse. Its services include prevention, early intervention, assessment, treatment, permanency and after care.
The Department is comprised of four divisions: Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services (DPBHS), Division of Family Services (DFS), Division of Youth Rehabilitative Services (DYRS), and Division of Management Support Services (DMSS).
Secretary Jeffrey W. Bullock
The Secretary of State oversees an extremely diverse department with responsibilities in virtually every aspect of state government: economic development, finance, transportation, housing, education, culture and quality-of-life issues. In addition to providing direction such as budgetary and policy guidance to the various operating divisions of the Department, he also serves on the Board of Pardons as Secretary and is a member of the Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) and the Cash Management Policy Board.
Chief Information Officer Greg Lane
The Department of Technology and Information (DTI) is the state’s central IT organization, chartered to (1) deliver core services to other state organizations and (2) exercise governance over the technology direction and investments of the state.
DTI leadership is composed of seven different offices which are responsible for developing and supporting statewide Delaware Government technology: The Office of the CIO, the Office of Administration, the Chief Operating Office, the Chief Technology Office, the Chief of Partner Services, and the DTI Security Office.
Secretary Nicole Majeski
The department strives to be a transparent, efficient and accountable institution in which safety, performance management and customer satisfaction are of highest priority. Divisions include: The Delaware Transit Corporation (DART) and the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).