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Office of Management and Budget

A U.S. federal government office charged with preparing the budget and measuring the effectiveness of government programs. It was established in 1970.

Office of Management and Budget

A White House office (www.whitehouse.gov/omb) charged with assisting the president in preparation of the federal budget and supervising its administration. It also evaluates the effectiveness of agency programs,policies,and procedures.

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* The OMB should not evade its responsibility to make a yes/no determination or opine why a submitted RIA does not comport with its established guidelines.
If it's published at OMB this week, that would be very helpful.
documents produced by OMB and the White House more generally-as well as
Sylvia Burwell, who is now the HHS secretary, was the OMB director from April 2013 through April 2014.
Given OMB's role in "coordinating and streamlining" agencies' regulations, the senators said, "We write to make you aware of the potential conflicts between these two regulations."
For more details, individuals may email paperwork@hrsa.gov to request copies of the HRSA BHPr information collection instruments, supporting statements, and supplemental documents, referred to as "OMB No.
The fallacy of the TSH test in determining the need for thyroid hormone replacement was another bone of contention with the OMB, despite the presentation of an alternative point of view that considers the safety of and many benefits of adequate thyroid hormone replacement.
The OMB, an administrative tribunal with members then appointed for life and without formal training, was involved in all steps of this monumental public works project in Metropolitan Toronto, from the Spadina Expressway's initial approval through to the tumultuous legal battles and its eventual cancellation by the province.
The differences in estimates between CBO and OMB stem from three broad differences in projections.
OMB said the first round of savings will total about $19 billion.
The NPP and OMB Watch have several things in common: They are relentless watchdogs of the federal government.
In January 2006, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) proposed