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The Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) in the Office of Management and Budget plays a central role in shaping the policies and practices federal agencies use to acquire the goods and services they need to carry out their responsibilities.
(Beldon Fund 2001) </pre> <p>The Office of Management and Budget's recent peer-review guidelines agree with the National Academies and the U.S.
It also presents the recommendations of the AICPA Single Audit Working Group for the conduct of audits in accordance with the Single Audit Act Amendments of 1996 (the Single Audit Act) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-133, Audits et States, Local Governments, and Non Profit Organizations (Circular A-133).
Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget. (2002).
Commander Heath told the meeting that another inadequate budget "is more a product of the Office of Management and Budget than it is of Secretary Principi.
Government, which is available on the web site of the Office of Management and Budget, at www.whitehouse.gov/ omb/budget/index.html or telephone (202) 395-3080.
Most people don't know Mitch Daniels, director of the Office of Management and Budget, but they should.
Chief Financial Officers Council (www.financenet.gov) is an organization of the CFOs and deputy CFOs of the largest federal agencies, senior officials of the Office of Management and Budget and the Department of the Treasury, who collaborate to improve federal financial management.
In February, the Office of Management and Budget projected a fiscal year 1997 budget deficit of $126 billion.
But after subtracting 3 percent for inflation -- FY 1995's rate, as estimated by the Office of Management and Budget (see chart) -- federal R&D spending would actually decline by 0.2 percent.
Recent clients include the New York City Office of Management and Budget, Yale University, City University of New York, the U.S.

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