Executive Chamber of Andrew Cuomo

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The cabinet of Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo consists of the executive chamber and the heads of the various departments of the Government of New York. Cuomo took office on January 1, 2011 as the 56th governor of New York.

Executive Chamber[edit]

The following people have been appointed for the respective positions.

  • Executive Deputy Secretary: Joseph Percoco[1]
  • Director of State Operations: TBD
    • Deputy Secretary for Public Safety: Elizabeth Glazer[1]
    • Deputy Secretary for Local Government: Dede Scozzafava[1]

Nomination requires Legislative approval.

Lieutenant Governor[edit]

Andrew Cuomo's Lieutenant Governor is Robert Duffy, the former Mayor of Rochester. Duffy did not run for re-election in the last gubernatorial race, and will be replaced by Lieutenant Governor elect Kathy Hochul in January.

Agencies, departments and divisions[edit]

The following people have been nominated for the respective positions. Their nomination requires Legislative approval.

  • Department of Environmental Conservation: Commissioner Joseph Martens[1]

Nomination requires Legislative approval.


  1. ^ a b c d "Governor Cuomo Announces Appointments and Nominations" (Press release). Office of the Governor of New York. 2011-01-04. Retrieved 2011-01-04.