Laszlo Bockh maintains this web site. He started Federal agency budgets and programs work after his Management Internship with the Public Health Service. He has worked at organizational levels ranging from entry level analyst to acting in senior executive (SES) positions.
Laszlo was a member of the team that developed the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) first budget. His extensive experience in obtaining resources for programs is complemented by his experiences in managing and leading a variety of governmental and private sector enterprises related to budgeting, information management and computers (including a paperless office), buildings and facilities, security, logistics and warehousing, procurement, purchasing, and contracting, ethics, farming (sheep, cattle, and hay), and human resources and relationships. Laszlo also served in the U.S. Army, with service in Korea, and engages in volunteer activities related to environmental matters.
Laszlo majored in Geography at Columbia University, earned a Masters in Public Administration from American University's Key Executive Program, and has engaged in extensive additional training in management. human resources and supervision, and ecology. He is a Smithsonian Gardens interpreter and he is currently working on becoming a Master Naturalist.