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Chapter : Public Administration
Office of Management and Budget (OMB) (Executive Office of the President), President’s Management Council,Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Bldg., #216, 20503; Fax, (202) 395-6102. Vacant, Deputy Director. Press, (202) 395-7254.
Membership: chief operating officers of federal government departments and agencies. Responsible for implementing the management improvement initiatives of the administration. Develops and oversees improved governmentwide management and administrative systems; formulates long-range plans to promote these systems; works to resolve interagency management problems and to implement reforms.
President’s Commission on White House Fellowships,712 Jackson Pl. N.W., 20503; (202) 395-4522. Fax, (202) 395-6179. Robert (Mike) Duncan, Director.
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Nonpartisan commission that provides professionals from all sectors of national life with the opportunity to observe firsthand the processes of the federal government. Fellows work ...