Office of Management and Budget
A libertarian group slammed the White House Monday for taking longer than usual.
A proposal has not been made publicly available.
The Obama administration is required to issue the standards by Nov. 30.
Lawmakers say billions of taxpayer dollars are being wasted due to poor management practices.
Officials from oil and gas drilling services giant Halliburton Co. lobbied White House officials...
The House on Monday passed a bill to require federal agencies to ensure that their websites are...
The Senate voted 75-22 to confirm the new White House budget director.
Donovan will likely be confirmed, but first he'll have to face the Senate Budget committee.
President Obama on Monday sent two nominations to the Senate to shore up his Cabinet.
Once again, the administration is releasing its Unified Agenda on cusp of a holiday weekend.
The House bill rejected most of the Pentagon's efforts to reduce spending.
Omnibus includes small spikes to CFTC, SEC despite Dodd-Frank workload.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute says this is the longest the White House has taken to release...
The analysis projected that the trust fund will run dry in 2031.
Gina McCarthy warned the GOP legislation would have "far-reaching consequences."
Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) objects to Monday's Senate-passed bill.
A regulation setting the required volumes of ethanol and biodiesel that fuel refiners must use was...
Lawmakers on Thursday urged OMB to consider the budget on a two-year basis instead of annually.
The Senate Budget Committee signed off on Shaun Donovan’s bid to lead the Office of Management and...
The Senate Banking Committee will hold a hearing next on two of President Obama’s housing nominees.
Republicans call the shift an attempt to disguise the impact of ObamaCare.
Sen. Jeff Sessions said Donovan had "no relevant budgetary or economic experience."
The bill would mandate further analyses before rule-making.
The event Wednesday will give lawmakers an opportunity to put officials on the spot.