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OMB Director Joshua B. Bolten and Council of Economic Advisors Chairman N. Gregory Mankiw Testify on the FY 2005 Budget before the House Budget Committee

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President Bush discusses Budget after
Cabinet meeting.

OMB Director Bolten discusses the FY 2005 Budget with Television Reporters at the White House.
What's Happening At OMB

Mid-Session Review of FY 2005 Budget

FY05 Climate Change Expenditure Report to Congress

Competitive Sourcing Saved Agencies $1.1 Billion

Report to Congress: Managing Cost in the Federal Government

FY 2005 President's Budget
The Budget Message of the President
Summary of Accomplishments and Future Challenges
Overview of the President's 2005 Budget
Winning the War on Terror
Promoting Prosperity, Expanding Opportunity
Ensuring Fiscal Responsibility
Managing for Results
Upholding America's Values

News Releases
OMB Issues 2005 Release Date Schedule for Principal Federal Economic Indicators
Timothy K. Young Named Associate Administrator of E-Gov and Information Technology for the Office of Management and Budget
Results-Oriented: Report Shows Impact of New Management Habits and Disciplines Resulting from President’s Management Agenda

Statements of Administration Policy
S2845, National Intelligence Reform Act of 2004
HR1057, Adoption Tax Relief Guarantee Act
S2674, Military Construction Appropriations Bill, FY 2005
Current Charts [pdf]:
Cutting the Deficit in Half
Enhanced Security - Restraint Elsewhere


The Budget in Progress   The President's Management Agenda at Work

  See the President's FY 2005 Budget
  Mid-Session Review

  Budget and Performance Integration
  Agency Scorecards
  E-Government Initiatives
  New Program Initiative - Federal Real
Property Asset Management
Regulatory Oversight in Action Legislative Information
  General Information on OIRA
  Speeches, Testimony, and Press
Releases by the OIRA Administrator

  Recent Reports
  Letters to Agencies
  Statements of Administrative Policy
  Reports to Congress  
  Spending Control Act of 2004  

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