The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is a body within the Executive Office of the President of the United States which is tasked with coordinating United States Federal agencies. The OMB performs this coordination by gathering and filtering budget requests, and by issuing circulars which the agencies must then implement as regulations.

Related Legislation

  • 1964 - Presidential Transition Act PL 88-277
  • 1970 - Postal Reorganization Act PL 91-375
  • 1978 - Civil Service Reform Act PL 95-454
  • 1982 - Federal Managersí Financial Integrity Act PL 97-255
  • 1984 - Competition in Contracting Act PL 98-369
  • 1990 - Chief Financial Officers Act PL 101-576
  • 1993 - Government Performance and Results Act PL 103-62
  • 1994 - Federal Acquisitions Streamlining Act PL 103-355
  • 1998 - Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act PL 105-206

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