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US Office of Management and Budget

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

The agency tasked with preparing and evaluating the President's annual budget to Congress. Over 90% of their head count is filled by career staff, instead of political hires.

See also US Director, Office of Management and Budget.

Official Website:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

Location:
Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pete Aldridge
Business
18-Aug-1938   Under Secretary of Defense, 2001-03
Decker Anstrom
Business
2-Aug-1950   COO of Landmark Communications
Mitch Bainwol
Lobbyist
c. 1959   CEO of RIAA, 2003-11
James Brady
Government
29-Aug-1940   White House Press Secy. shot by John Hinckley
Frank Carlucci
Government
18-Oct-1930   US Secretary of Defense, 1987-89
Richard E. Cavanagh
Government
c. 1946   CEO of The Conference Board, 1995-2007
Carol T. Crawford
Business
25-Feb-1943   US Intl. Trade Commission, 1991-2000
Kenneth W. Dam
Government
10-Aug-1932   Deputy Treasury Secretary, 2001-03
Christopher DeMuth
Activist
5-Aug-1946   American Enterprise Institute
Nancy-Ann DeParle
Business
17-Dec-1956   Health care administrator
William M. Diefenderfer III
Government
3-May-1945   Deputy Director of OMB, 1989-91
Victoria Espinel
Government
c. 1967   White House Copyright Czar
Mark W. Everson
Administrator
10-Sep-1954   IRS Commissioner, 2003-07
Douglas H. Ginsburg
Judge
25-May-1946   US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit
Mary Graham
Author
c. 1944   Wife of Donald Graham
Wendy Gramm
Business
9-Jan-1945   Phil Gramm's wife, ex-Enron board member
Bill Halter
Politician
30-Nov-1960   Lt. Governor of Arkansas
Martha O. Hesse
Business
14-Aug-1942   Chairman of Enbridge Energy Partners
John A. Hill
Business
c. 1941   First Reserve Corporation
Constance J. Horner
Government
24-Feb-1942   Former Civil Rights Commissioner
Clay Johnson
Government
c. 1946   OMB Deputy Director
Joel D. Kaplan
Government
c. 1969   White House policy advisor
Daniel P. Kearney
Business
1939   EVP at Aetna, 1991-98
John A. Koskinen
Business
30-Jun-1939   President, US Soccer Foundation
Philip Lader
Government
1946   US Ambassador to the UK, 1997-2001
Arthur B. Laffer
Economist
14-Aug-1940   Reagan advisor, Laffer curve
Jacob J. Lew
Government
29-Aug-1955   Obama's White House Chief of Staff
Sylvia M. Mathews
Administrator
1965   Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Michael W. McConnell
Attorney
18-May-1955   Stanford Constitutional Law Center
Dudley C. Mecum
Business
c. 1935   Capricorn Holdings
Daniel N. Mendelson
Business
c. 1964   President of Avalere Health
Matthew Miller
Columnist
c. 1962   The Two Percent Solution
Walt Minnick
Politician
20-Sep-1942   Congressman from Idaho, 2009-11
Sean O'Keefe
Administrator
27-Jan-1956   NASA Administrator, 2001-05
Paul O'Neill
Government
4-Dec-1935   US Treasury Secretary, 2001-02
Gilbert S. Omenn
Business
30-Aug-1941   Professor, University of Michigan
Philip Perry
Government
1964   DHS General Counsel
Alan Charles Raul
Government
9-Sep-1954   Sidley & Austin
Donald B. Rice
Business
4-Jun-1939   Secretary of the US Air Force, 1989-93
David Safavian
Government
c. 1967   Former OMB administrator
Shawn H. Smeallie
Government
c. 1959   Lobbyist, American Continental Group
Daniel V. Speckhard
Diplomat
c. 1959   US Ambassador to Greece
Maurice H. Stans
Government
22-Mar-1908 14-Apr-1998 US Commerce Secretary, 1969-72
Fred Upton
Politician
23-Apr-1953   Congressman, Michigan 6th
John P. White
Government
27-Feb-1937   US Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1995-97
Karen Hastie Williams
Business
c. 1944   Retired Partner, Crowell & Moring
Frank G. Zarb
Business
17-Feb-1935   US Energy Czar, 1974-77


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