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Milton Musicus

management consultant

Milton Musicus, Russian management consultant. Recipient A.E. Smith award outstanding public administration, 1959; award for outstanding contributor to professional service in New York State, Rockefeller College Public Affairs, 1985.

Background

Musicus, Milton was born on February 23, 1913 in Russia. Son of Boris and Sofia (Dorfman) Musicus.

Education

Bachelor of Science, City College of New York, 1933. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1934. Master of Public Administration, New York University, 1941.

Career

Assistant New York City Civil Service Commission, 1937-1942. Assistant director salary standardization New York State Civil Service Commission, Albany, 1942-1949. Assistant commissioner administration New York State Department Education, 1949-1959, 61-63.

Assistant secretary to governor for administration, Albany, 1959-1961. Executive director New York State Health Facilities Corporation, Albany, 1964-1970. Administrator municipal services New York City, 1970-1974, director city construction, 1970-1974.

President Milton Musicus, Ltd., since 1979. Visiting professor State University of New York, Albany, 1974-1980, St. Rose College, 1980-1981. Consultant administration Dominican Government, Ecuador, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Turkey, New York State Charter Revision Commission.

Consultant on energy New York Senate Finance Minority Committee, New York State Emergency Fuel Office, 1974. Associate Institute Public Administration, New York City, 1974. Associate Clapp and Mayne, Inc., Puerto Rico, 1974-1986.

Consultant United Nations, 1978. First vice president Council Community Services, Albany, 1968-1969. Member Governor's Construction Advisory Committee, Interdepartmental Committee on Management Improvement, State Advisory Purchasing Council, New York State Salary Standardization Board.

Member New York Senate Commission Services to the Aging, since 1990. Chairman New York City Mayor's Interdeptl. Committee Public Utilities, 1970-1974.

Chairman Mayor's Flatbush Task Force, 1970-1974. Member City University Construction Fund, 1970-1972. Board governors Building Congress, 1970-1974.

Membership

Member Governor's Construction Advisory Committee, Interdepartmental Committee on Management Improvement, State Advisory Purchasing Council, New York State Salary Standardization Board. Member New York Senate Commission Services to the Aging, since 1990. Member City University Construction Fund, 1970-1972.

Board governors Building Congress, 1970-1974. Member American Society Public Administration (district president 1956, director national council 1957), Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa. Died April 5, 2008.

Connections

Children– Josephine N., Barbara J. Examination.

father:
Boris Musicus

mother:
Sofia (Dorfman) Musicus

children:
Josephine N. Musicus

Barbara J. Exam Musicus