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OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.R. 3055 - Commerce, Justice, Science, Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA... →
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Russ Vought Jun 14
Today the Administration expanded health coverage options for small businesses and employees. HRAs will mean 11 million more will have better coverage at lower prices.
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Russ Vought Jun 14
Happy Birthday, Mr. President!
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Russ Vought Jun 12
I applaud the House GOP for standing up against the Democrats’ inaction on ' request for the emergency funding at the border. Congress needs to stop delaying and fund the emergency request today.
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OMB Press Jun 12
BLS reported today that the consumer price index +1.8% over the last year, while average hourly earnings +3.1% for the same period. Americans continue to benefit with more opportunities from ’ pro-growth economic policies.
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Russ Vought Jun 11
Today the Administration is issuing our statement opposing the upcoming minibus, a funding package by Congressional Democrats full of pork and wasteful spending. With a near $1 trillion price tag, this bill is full of bad ideas from the swamp. View →
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Russ Vought Jun 6
Congress was warned for months this would happen without emergency funding. We have a border crisis that cannot be ignored and this is what running out of funds looks like. Congress needs to fund the $4.5billion humanitarian aid request immediately.
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Russ Vought Jun 6
On the , let us remember the bravery and sacrifice of all those who fought for freedom at Normandy and honor their legacy.
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Russ Vought Jun 4
Today, OMB released the , a new framework of principles and best practices with data to help agencies advance their missions, improve their performance, and serve the public. Learn more at →
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OMB Press Jun 3
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.R. 6, American Dream and Promise Act of 2019 →
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OMB Press May 20
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.R. 1500 – Consumers First Act →
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Russ Vought May 14
Alice Rivlin was a remarkable public servant and the first female budget director at the Office of Management and Budget under President Clinton. She will be greatly missed.
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OMB Press May 14
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.R. 987, Strengthening Health Care and Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Act. →
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OMB Press May 7
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.R. 986 – Protecting Americans with Preexisting Conditions Act of 2019 →
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Russ Vought May 6
This weekend the editorial board correctly acknowledged that there is a crisis at our southern border. Why can’t Democrats do the same? Funding for food, shelter, & medical care is needed. This is not a political game, it’s a humanitarian crisis.
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Margaret Weichert May 6
Today we are announcing the GEARs of Government President’s Award Winners. This award recognizes federal employees who plays a pivotal role in making a difference in government and in the lives of the American people. 🏅
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OMB Press May 3
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“Today’s job report shows more good news for the American people! With 263,000+ jobs, lowest unemployment since 1969, this is good news for job seekers! And we think more good news is on the way.” –
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OMB Press May 3
At the start of the Administration, everyone said the economic growth that we are seeing today was impossible. They continue to be wrong. Through de-regulation, tax cuts, spending cuts, energy independence, and fair trade continues the economic boom.
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CEA May 3
The unemployment rate fell to 3.6 percent in April – the lowest it has been in nearly half a century. This also marks the 14th consecutive month where the unemployment rate has been at or below 4%.
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Russ Vought May 3
Today’s announced 263,000 new hires in April, a 3.6% unemployment rate, and the lowest unemployment rate since 1969. Once again our President delivered on his promise to reignite the economy!
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