INDIANA OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL

  • Overview

"On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away" the Executive Office of the State of Indiana serves as the executive branch of the 19th US state. Simply known as the governor's office, it manages state agencies, boards, and commissions; enacts (or vetoes) laws passed by Indiana's General Assembly; upholds state judiciary rulings; and prepares and manages the state's budget for its more than 6.5 million residents. The governor, who is elected for a four-year term, also acts as the commander-in-chief of the state's National Guard and performs ceremonial duties, such as dedicating state-owned highways and facilities, attending dignitaries' funerals, and proclaiming special days.



INDIANA OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL


2002 S Holt Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46241-4804
Phone: 1 (317) 247-3559
www.in.ng.mil

STATS


  • Employer Type: Unknown
  • Payroll Clerk: Jennifer See
  • General: Martin Umbarger
  • Principal: Roy Umberger

Major Office Locations

  • Indianapolis, IN

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