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The White House Publications collection includes policies, news releases, briefings, proclamations, speeches, reports, and handbooks. Learn how America's federal, state and local governments work to enact the will of the people, and how President Obama and his administration collaborate with the Legislative and Judicial branches to govern the United States.

 
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Omb Final Sequestration Report to the President and Congress for F...

By: Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr.

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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The Small Business Paperwork Relief Act of 2002 (SBPRA) was enacted June 28, 2002. The goal of the SBPRA is to reduce the burden of Federal paperwork on small businesses. The SBPRA requires the Federal government to (1) publish an annual list of the compliance assistance resources available to small businesses, (2) establish a single point of contact within agencies to interact with small businesses, and (3) establish an interagency Task Force to st...

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Office of Management and Budget

By: James G. Luehman

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Terrorists today can strike at any place, at any time, and with virtually any weapon. This is a permanent condition and these new threats require our country to design a new homeland security structure. The United States faced an enormous threat during the Cold War. We created a national security strategy to deter and defeat the organized military forces of the Soviet bloc. We emerged victorious from this dangerous period in our history because we organized our national ...

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The Subcommittee on Civil Service and Agency Reorganization of the...

By: Gale A. Norton

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Since 2001, the Administration: Reformed K?12 education through the landmark No Child Left Behind Act that is raising standards, improving accountability, and expanding parental choice; -- With this Budget, increased funding for Title I grants by $4.6 billion (or 52 percent) to help improve low-income schools and Special Education grants by $4.7 billion (or 75 percent) to better serve students with disabilities; -- Refocused education research so that parents, teachers, ...

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Statement of John D. Graham, Ph.D. Administrator Office of Informa...

By: Dr. John D. Graham

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Amending Executive Order 12866 on Regulatory Planning and Review By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered that Executive Order 12866, of September 30, 1993, is amended as follows: Section 1. Section (2)(b) is amended by striking ??, the Vice President, and other regulatory policy advisors?? and inserting in lieu thereof ??and regulatory policy advisors??. Sec. 2. Section (2)(c) is am...

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Testimony of Omb Director Joshua B. Bolten Subcommittee on Legisla...

By: Nancy Dorn

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Purpose of the Program: Early Reading First is designed to prepare young children to enter kindergarten with the necessary language, cognitive, and early reading skills for reading success when they enter school. Early Reading First will transform early childhood education programs into centers of excellence for young children, especially those from low-income families. Early Reading First will not only provide resources and training to pre-school teachers, but will also...

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission

By: Brenda Jo Shelton

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As part of a continuing effort to enhance the quality and credibility of scientific information that is disseminated to the public, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released today a revised draft of guidance to agencies and requested additional public comment on the appropriate use of peer review. Peer review is a highly-regarded quality-assurance measure in the scientific community that promotes independent review and critique by qualified experts. The Peer Rev...

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Entrepreneurship and the House Committees on Government Reform and...

By: Dr. John D. Graham

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Errata Overview: Page xi, Figure 4, U.S Economy is More Energy Efficient (Energy Intensity), should be as Figure 8-1, The U.S. Economy is More Energy Efficient (Energy Intensity) Page xv, column 2, line 11, ?Administration? should read ?Agency?.

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Statement of John D. Graham, Ph.D. Administrator Office of Informa...

By: Dr. John D. Graham

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: We present the narrative of this report and the recommendations that flow from it to the President of the United States, the United States Congress, and the American people for their consideration. Ten Commissioners five Republicans and five Democrats chosen by elected leaders from our nation?s capital at a time of great partisan division have come together to present this report without dissent. We have come together with a unity of purpose because ou...

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Statistical Programs of the United States Government

By: Joshua B. Bolten

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The budget system of the United States Government provides the means for the President and Congress to decide how much money to spend, what to spend it on, and how to raise the money they have decided to spend. Through the budget system, they determine the allocation of resources among the agencies of the Federal Government. The budget system focuses primarily on dollars, but it also allocates other resources, such as Federal employment. The decisions made in the budget ...

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Midsession Review Budget of the U.S. Government

By: Joshua B. Bolten

Government Reference Publication

INTRODUCTION: The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is well known for its role in budgetary matters and is becoming better known for its role in regulatory policy. Yet OMB?s responsibilities in the field of information policy are not widely recognized. Just as the importance of the word ?M? in OMB is poorly appreciated, the importance of the word ?I? in the title of my Office, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), is poorly appreciated. This mornin...

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Job Descriptions for the Fy 2006 Budget Season Detailed Temporary ...

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O say, can you see, by the dawn?s early light, What so proudly we hailed, at the twilight?s last gleaming. Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fight, O?er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming. And the rockets? red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night, that our flag was still there. O say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave, O?er the land of the free, and the home of the brave.

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Tee Ball on the South Lawn

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Chairman McHugh and Chairman Moran and Members of the Subcommittees: Thank you for the opportunity to address an issue that is among the highest priorities of this Administration. One of President Bush?s campaign promises was to invest in health care, and a component of that promise was to better coordinate the programs and benefits of the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This commitment was first described weeks after the inaugura...

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Performance-Based Service Acquisition Interagency Task Force on Pe...

By: Angela B. Styles

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Foreword: Performance-based service acquisition (PBSA) has been articulated in regulation, guidance, and policy for over two decades. During that time, agencies have made moderate progress in implementing PBSA, also known as performance-based service contracting and performance-based contracting, but have experienced difficulties in applying PBSA effectively. In April 2002, the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) convened an interagency working group to establish...

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Statement of the Honorable Mark A.Forman. Administrator, Office of...

By: Mark A.Forman

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Although most critical infrastructures are in the private sector, governments at various levels perform many key functions. Among those key functions are national defense, homeland security, emergency response, taxation, payments to citizens, central bank activities, criminal justice, and public health. All of those functions and others now depend upon information networks and systems. Thus, it is the duty of governments to secure their information systems in order to pr...

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Statement of Angela B. Styles Administrator for Federal Procuremen...

By: Angela B. Styles

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Mr. Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee, Thank you for the opportunity to appear before the Subcommittee to discuss efforts by the Federal government to maximize our return from technology investments, nearing $60 billion, across agency boundaries. Because IT investments are so critical to the missions of government, I welcome the opportunity to inform you of the Administration?s efforts on this very important issue. On March 13th of this year, I testified that one ...

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Statement of Angela B. Styles Administrator for Federal Procuremen...

By: Angela B. Styles

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Chairman Voinovich, Senator Durbin, and Members of the Subcommittee, I appreciate the opportunity to appear before you today to discuss the Administration's competitive sourcing initiative. Two years ago, the Administration unveiled the President's Management Agenda (PMA), a bold strategy for improving the management and performance of the federal government. Opening commercial activities performed by the government to the dynamics of competition -- i.e., competitive sou...

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Testimony of Joshua B. Bolten Director Office of Management and Bu...

By: Pat Bitondo

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Thank you, Mr. Chairman: It?s a privilege to be afforded this opportunity to present on behalf of President Bush his proposed budget for fiscal year 2002. We earnestly hope that today marks the first step in producing a good product through a good process: a sound, responsible budget that matches the nation?s means to its goals and needs, and a process of cooperation and constructive give-and-take that conducts the public?s business in an orderly, admirable manner. This ...

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Results in Iraq : 100 Days Toward Security and Freedom

By: President George W. Bush

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Good morning, Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee. Thank you for inviting me here to discuss the lessons learned from implementation of the Government Information Security Reform Act (Security Act). Additionally, I would like to talk with you about the recent OMB report to Congress on Federal government information security reform, our findings in the report, and the next steps we are taking with agencies to improve IT security. Before I get to the substance of my ...

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Executive Office of the President Office of Management and Budget

By: Joshua B. Bolten

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Executive Summary: America?s economy leads the world because our system of private enterprise rewards innovation. Entrepreneurs, scientists, and skilled workers create and apply the technologies that are changing our world. President Bush believes that government must work to help create a new generation of American innovation and an atmosphere where innovation thrives. On April 26, 2004, President Bush announced a series of specific measures to inspire a new generation ...

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On Behalf of the President, I Omb Submitting the Third in a Series...

By: Joshua B. Bolten

Government Reference Publication

The documents in this volume- a selection fo 41 National Intelligence Estimates on Soviet strategic capabilities and intentions from the 1950s until 1983- pertain to the US Intelligence Community's performance of its most critical mission during the Cold War.

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