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OMB Rotation Opportunity

Rotation Available: Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Commerce Branch, Washington, D.C.
Time Frame: 3 months (June-August, 2002)
Title: Program Examiner
Issues: International trade and domestic economic development
Contact: Bea Reaud, 202-395-1099,


Beginning the first week in June, an excellent 3-month rotational opportunity will become available working on international trade and domestic economic development issues for accounts in the Department of Commerce and related agencies totaling over $1 billion. The candidate will be performing the functions of a program examiner and is assured to be working on issues of substance. Please contact Bea Reaud (202-395-1099) for further information and to submit a resume for consideration.


OMB's predominant mission is to assist the President in overseeing the preparation of the Federal budget and to supervise its administration in Executive Branch agencies. In helping to formulate the President's spending plans, OMB evaluates the effectiveness of agency programs, policies, and procedures, assesses competing funding demands among agencies, and sets funding priorities. OMB ensures that agency reports, rules, testimony, and proposed legislation are consistent with the President's budget and with Administration policies. In addition, OMB oversees and coordinates the Administration's procurement, financial management, information, and regulatory policies. In each of these areas, OMB's role is to help improve administrative management, to develop better performance measures and coordinating mechanisms, and to reduce any unnecessary burdens on the public.