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OMB

abbr.
Office of Management and Budget

OMB

or O.M.B.,

Office of Management and Budget.
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Noun1.OMB - the executive agency that advises the President on the federal budget
executive agency - an agency of the executive branch of government
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Key Findings: Overruled: White House Overrules Department of Homeland Security Budget Request on Border Security Personnel: OMB rejected DHSs request for pay raises for all civilian DHS law enforcement officers, despite challenges the agency has faced to fill current shortages.
6770) empowers the OMB 'to investigate any serious misconduct in office allegedly committed by officials removable by impeachment, for the purpose of filing a verified complaint for impeachment, if warranted' in the House of Representatives.
Fortunately, the OMB can--and often does--hold agencies accountable for deficient RIAs.
In 2013, when OMB determined that Franklin County's population had grown enough to qualify the county as an MSA (called the Chambersburg-Waynesboro, PA, MSA), the question arose as to whether it also qualified to be merged into either the Washington-Baltimore CSA or the Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD CSA.
regulations is not the only policy lever OMB has to control executive
Sources said some OMB employees were now under investigation on suspicion that they may be involved in the racket.
Federal law and OMB guidance required HHS to appoint a CIO and make the CIO responsible for monitoring IT programs, and OMB was also supposed to be keeping close tabs on the HealthCare.
While the direct cost to the taxpayers is more or less straightforward--much of the work not completed by government workers will be done later by employees paid overtime wages, or by temporary workers--the White House's OMB next engaged in the far more speculative claim that the shutdown hurt the larger U.
The next step will be for OSHA to review and revise the Final Rule as directed by OMB prior to publication in the Federal Register.
OMB has not provided further written guidance on the use of administrative PAYGO in mandatory spending programs since issuing its May 23, 2005, memorandum, and since the memorandum's provisions were incorporated into OMB's Circular A-11.
This and much more was presented to the OMB and ignored.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget stated, "On the whole, CBO projects the president's proposals will increase the deficit substantially more than OMB does--about $1.