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Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

ORGANIZATION

Bipartisan nonprofit group, founded in 1981.

Official Website:
http://www.crfb.org/

Founding Date:
1981

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roy L. Ash
Business
20-Oct-1918 14-Dec-2011 Director of the OMB, 1973-75
Richard Darman
Government
10-May-1943 25-Jan-2008 Carlyle Group member, former OMB Director
Cal Dooley
Politician
11-Jan-1954   Congressman from California, 1991-2005
William E. Frenzel
Politician
31-Jul-1928   Congressman from Minnesota, 1971-91
William H. Gray
Politician
20-Aug-1941   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1979-91
Douglas Holtz-Eakin
Economist
3-Feb-1958   McCain chief economic advisor
James Thomas Lynn
Government
27-Feb-1927 6-Dec-2010 US HUD Secretary, 1973-75
David Minge
Politician
19-Mar-1942   Congressman from Minnesota, 1993-2001
Leon Panetta
Government
28-Jun-1938   US Secretary of Defense
Tim Penny
Politician
19-Nov-1951   Congressman from Minnesota, 1983-95
Peter G. Peterson
Business
5-Jun-1926   Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations
John J. Rhodes III
Politician
8-Sep-1943   Congressman from Arizona, 1987-93
Alice Rivlin
Economist
4-Mar-1931   Founding director, Congressional Budget Office
Jim Slattery
Politician
4-Aug-1948   Congressman from Kansas, 1983-95
John Snow
Government
2-Aug-1939   US Secretary of the Treasury, 2003-06
Charlie Stenholm
Politician
26-Oct-1938   Congressman from Texas, 1979-2005
David Stockman
Government
10-Nov-1946   Ronald Reagan's chief economist
Robert S. Strauss
Diplomat
19-Oct-1918   US Ambassador to Russia, 1991-92
Paul Volcker
Economist
5-Sep-1927   Chairman of the Federal Reserve, 1979-87
Carol Cox Wait
Business
c. 1943   Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget


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