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1. OMB Circular on Economic Analysis.
2. It is the OMB, rather than the Treasury, that allocates government spending and estimates the size of future budget deficits.
3. Democratic officials stressed that the OMB statement was a mundane if not uneventful maneuver.
4. OMB now expects total government receipts to decline nearly 15%, or $368 billion, this year.
5. The OMB numbers actually show an increase in the debt in 2012, turning into a small decrease in 2013, once the effects of the job stimulus are included.
6. What the OMB statement did do, however, was up the stakes in what is setting up to be a contentious, high-stakes period before the government runs out of money in a matter of weeks.
7. "It's very heavy-handed of the OMB to come in and regulate peer review, " Waxman charges.
8. I named the other finalist for the OMB job, Alice Rivlin, as Leons deputy.
9. According to OMB historical documents,(sentencedict.com) the budget deficit averaged just under 2 percent of GDP during those three years.
10. He points out that whereas the heads of the NIH and other far-flung agencies are all political appointees, the OMB is part of the White House.
11. By mid-2009, the economy had improved a bit. So in the midsession review, issued in August 2009, the OMB pegged the deficit for FY 2009 at $1.58 trillion.
12. Specifically, she needs to know if she should concur with the OMB recommendation or go against it.
13. Additionally, the state ranks second worst, just behind Florida, for hazardous waste violations since 2000, as reported by the nonprofit group OMB Watch.
14. CIOs throughout the sprawling federal government are challenged with appeasing the varied interests of OMB, subject-matter stakeholders, and technologists.
15. Both of these "clearance" procedures typically give rise to extensive negotiations between OMB staff and agency officials, and usually a compromise solution is reached.
16. Raines had the right combination of intellect, knowledge of the budget, and political skills to succeed at OMB, and was the first African-American ever to hold the job.