Office of Management and Budget: the division of the Executive Office of the President that prepares and administers the federal budget and improves management in the executive branch.
Contemporary Examples

Fantasy League for Economic Policy Wonks Rob Cox October 2, 2012
Obama Finds’s New Hero Daniel Gross October 23, 2013
CBO’s Case for Immigration: $197 Billion Cut in U.S. Deficit Daniel Gross June 18, 2013
Supercommittee’s Double Agent? Patricia Murphy August 10, 2011
No GOP Candidate Is Closing the Revenue Gap Ryan Prior February 22, 2012
Meet the Beliebers: Justin Bieber’s Insane Twitter Fans Brian Ries September 9, 2010
The (So Far) Failed Promise of Electronic Medical Records January 20, 2013
Jack Lew and the Obama Administration’s Finance-Friendly Status Quo Lloyd Green February 18, 2013
Are These Breasts Deductible? Sandra McElwaine July 29, 2009
Kathleen Sebelius Resigning From HHS Ben Jacobs April 10, 2014

Office of Management and Budget


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