20301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-0301
Director: Trudi Walend
300 Haywood Building
46 Haywood St., Suite 337
Asheville, N.C. 28801-1512
310 N. Blount St.
Raleigh, N.C. 27603
20401 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, N.C. 27699-0401
Office of Constituent Services: The Constituent Services Office responds to requests and questions that the Governor’s Office receives from citizens throughout North Carolina. (800) 662-7952
Boards & Commissions Office: The governor appoints individuals to serve on more than 400 different boards and commissions. The Boards & Commissions Office handles applications for potential appointees and the schedules of appointments. Applications available here. (919) 715-0275
Clemency Office: The Clemency Office handles clemency requests and questions. (919) 715-1695
Hispanic Affairs Office: The Hispanic Affairs Office works with the Hispanic community throughout North Carolina. (919) 733-5361
Legal Counsel’s Office: The Legal Counsel’s Office advises the Governor’s Office on legal and ethical issues and coordinates judicial appointments. (919) 733-9080
Policy Office: The Policy Office works with state agencies, experts, advocates, and community and business leaders to develop and implement the governor’s policy agenda. (919) 733-9805
Press Office: The Press Office helps communicate the governor’s message and significant state government news to the public. (919) 733-5612
Scheduling Office: The Scheduling Office coordinates the governor’s daily schedule and handles scheduling requests. All scheduling requests must come in written form. (919) 715-2306; form to submit a request
COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS
Office of State Budget and Management: Prepares the governor’s recommended budget through budget and policy research and analysis, and presents it to the General Assembly. After the final budget is determined, OSBM administers the budget by monitoring state agencies’ expenditures. OSBM ensures the budget remains balanced. It forecasts and monitors state revenues and population through research and modeling to ensure the proper basis for budgeting. OSBM conducts management and program analysis of agency operations and provides internal audit services to smaller agencies. It also promotes strategic planning and statewide performance management.
Office of Information Technology Services: Provides technology services to state agencies, local governments and educational institutions. Services include hosting, network and video services, telecommunications, and enterprise services such as e-mail and calendaring. Service offerings are described in the ITS Service Catalog. The State Chief Information Officer, appointed by the governor, provides direct management over ITS operations and has statewide IT responsibilities, including technical architecture, procurement, project management and security.
Office of State Personnel: Facilitates human resource systems through a partnership with managers and personnel directors in the agencies, universities and institutions of North Carolina. OSP researches, designs and develops human resource management practices for state agencies.
North Carolina Business Committee for Education: Is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit comprised of business leaders from across the state. NCBCE’s mission focuses on ensuring that every student in North Carolina graduates from high school ready for life and work in a global society.
North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service: Works to create a culture of service and civic participation in North Carolinians of all ages and backgrounds. The Commission administers federal funds to the AmeriCorps and Citizen Corps programs in North Carolina, as well as manages the Governor’s Page Program, the North Carolina Mentoring Partnership, the Governor’s Volunteer Service Awards and local volunteer centers.
Governor’s Crime Commission: Is part of the Department of Crime Control and Public Safety, the commission serves as the chief advisory body to the governor on criminal justice. The GCC administers the state’s criminal justice and juvenile justice federal block grants that are awarded to the state of North Carolina. Federal block grants are awarded each year to government, education and social service agencies to start new and innovative programs in a variety of focus areas. Visit the website for more information.
Additional research contributed by Marysa Burchett