Office of Management and Budget

President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Office of Management and Budget was in danger of not being confirmed by the Senate.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is undecided on Joe Biden's pick to lead a key White House office. She could be the decisive vote.
Joe Biden's nominee to run the White House Office of Management and Budget has elicited criticism for her partisan rhetoric online.
Neera Tanden, the Democratic nominee for director of the Office of Management and Budget, has elicited criticism for her partisan rhetoric.
Former Clinton and Obama adviser Neera Tanden, the likely nominee for director of the Office of Management and Budget, is drawing opposition on Capitol Hill.
The Office of Management and Budget violated the Impoundment Control Act in the summer of 2019, the U.S. Government Accountability Office said.
The agency said it temporarily delayed the funds as part of a common and lawful process to ensure the spending was in line with U.S. policy.
Employees of the White House's Office of Management and Budget had failed to receive an answer on why the military assistance was being withheld.
The federal judge issued a preliminary injunction ordering them to comply with a records request relating to the president's freeze on military aid to Ukraine.
The president has claimed that he was one to release the funds, and that there was no quid pro quo for his call to investigate Joe Biden.
But federal workers will hopefully receive retroactive pay "by the end of this week," the White House budget director said.
The White House budget director hinted that Trump's rocky relationship with Washington city officials played a role.
Former Obama-era officials say the two agencies have completely different missions and should stay separate.
The budget director has done some seriously gauche government spending.
Mick Mulvaney has been criticized for his cozy ties to the financial industry.
Redacted records for four White House offices will be made public after Public Citizen sued for them.
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“Now is not the time to slash funding for this promising research," a Democratic senator said.
The shutdown is now extending into the work week, and the effects will be far more visible.
Lost wages, canceled vacations, and dampened consumer confidence all make government shutdowns the ultimate own goal.