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OMB Press Feb 14
Director Mulvaney made it clear in today's hearing that he would, without reservation, vote for the President's FY19 Budget.
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OMB Press Feb 13
Just to be clear, Director Mulvaney was referring to the recent caps deal when answering Senator Murray’s question this morning. Naturally, he would vote for the President’s FY19 budget that he released yesterday.
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OMB Press Feb 12
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The proposals in the , along with the historic tax reform The President signed last year, will help grow the economy while substantially reducing the deficit over the budget window and beyond.
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OMB Press Feb 12
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This document provides for a strong national defense, promoting a healthy American economy and curbing wasteful Washington spending. It also supports the President’s innovative and opioid initiatives.
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OMB Press Feb 12
OMB has released the President's Fiscal Year 2019 Budget of the United States Government. This Budget is an : Efficient, Effective and Accountable. →
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OMB Press Feb 8
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: Senate Amendment to H.R. 1892, Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 →
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OMB Press Feb 6
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: House Amendment to H.R. 1892, Further Extension of Continuing Appropriations Act, 2018 →
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OMB Press Jan 29
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: S. 2311, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act →
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OMB Press Jan 29
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: House Amendment to H.R. 695 – Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2018 →
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OMB Press Jan 23
The Administration's deregulation and tax reform efforts are getting us closer to our goal of 3% sustained GDP growth, and will have a long lasting positive impact on the American economy.
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OMB Press Jan 22
The OMB Director has signed a memo reopening Federal Departments and Agencies. All employees who were on furlough due to the absence of appropriations should now return to work. →
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OMB Press Jan 22
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OMB Press Jan 22
ICYMI: Director discussed the government shutdown on .
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OMB Press Jan 17
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.J. Res. 125 – Extension of Continuing Appropriations Act, 2018 →
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OMB Press Jan 9
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: House Amendment to S. 139, FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act of 2017 →
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OMB Press Dec 20
. was happy to be able to help the team, and play a small part explaining the . This led victory for America was a tremendous team effort!
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OMB Press Dec 20
Statement from OMB Director on passage of H.R. 1 – Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
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OMB Press Dec 18
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: Conference Report on H.R. 1, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act →
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Mick Mulvaney Dec 15
During his 8 years in office, President Obama added more than $80 billion of regulatory burden on the American economy. Since he took office, has reversed that trend to below $0. And we're just getting started.
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Mick Mulvaney Dec 14
Today delivered on his promise to eliminate two existing regulations for each new one created. I'm happy to announce we blew it out of the water with a 22-to-1 ratio!
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