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OMB

(Office of Management and Budget) See healthcare IT.
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More generally, the OMB should require a quantitative, data-driven determination of whether important regulations are major rules.
Most of the claims of "negative economic impact" of the shutdown are based upon defective economic analysis, as the OMB calculations have no way to account for what would have been done with the money used from the subsidies had the funds been left in the free market.
In fact, more than 35 years ago Bloomberg News's predecessor, BNA, addressed this same question about the propriety of agencies providing their regulatory documents to OMB for pre-submission review during the Carter Administration.
Grantees are familiar with the PRGCA, a data management tool used to ensure compliance with legislative requirements and to report to OMB and other decision makers on grantee success in achieving project objectives and cross-cutting programmatic goals.
The fallacy of the TSH test in determining the need for thyroid hormone replacement was another bone of contention with the OMB, despite the presentation of an alternative point of view that considers the safety of and many benefits of adequate thyroid hormone replacement.
Details of the agencies' plans won't be made public until spring, but OMB did release some highlights:
administration of what role OMB should play regarding agency risk
To access an electronic version of the supplement, visit the OMB Web site at: www.
All sides are closely watching the OMB to see how it proceeds.
The DON reports FISMA status to the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Networks and Information Integration) (ASD/NII), which consolidates all Department of Defense (DoD) input and reports to OMB.
EPA officials will evaluate these recommendations and offer their feedback to the OMB.
Last summer, when the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released its annual mid-session review of the budget, OMB director (and former assistant to the president) Joshua Bolten had some great news: "Because the president's economic policies are working, we are ahead of pace to meet the goal of cutting the deficit in half within five years.