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The White House Office

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20500

Phone, 202-456-1414

Chief of Staff to the President

Deputy Chief of Staff

Assistant to the President for Policy

Development

Assistant to the President and Press Secretary
Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs
Counsel to the President

Assistant to the President for Operations
Assistant to the President for Political and

Intergovernmental Affairs

Assistant to the President for Press Relations Assistant to the President for Communications and Planning

Assistant to the President

Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs

Assistant to the President and Cabinet Secretary Assistant to the President, Director of

Presidential Appointments and Scheduling, and Director of Private Sector Initiatives Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Personnel

Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs

Deputy Counsel to the President

Deputy Assistant to the President and Chief of

Staff to the First Lady

Deputy Assistant to the President

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director

of Speechwriting

Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (House)

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director

of Presidential Advance

Deputy Assistant to the President

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director,

Office of Political Affairs

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Military Office Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs

Deputy Assistant to the President

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Public Liaison

HOWARD H. BAKER, JR. KENNETH M. DUBERSTEIN GARY L. BAUER

JAMES S. BRADY

T. KENNETH CRIBB, JR.
ARTHUR B. CULVAHOUSE, JR.
RHETT B. DAWSON
FRANK J. DONATELLI

M. MARLIN FITZWATER THOMAS C. GRISCOM

CHARLES HOBBS

ALAN M. KRANOWITZ

LT. GEN. COLIN L. POWELL

NANCY J. RISQUE FREDERICK J. RYAN, JR.

ROBERT H. TUTTLE

DAVID S. ADDINGTON

PHILLIP D. BRADY
JACK L. COURTEMANCHE

DAN L. CRIPPEN ANTHONY DOLAN

JAMES W. DYER

JAMES L. HOOLEY

JAMES F. KUHN

FRANKLIN L. Lavin

JAMES C. MCKINNEY

JOHN D. NEGROPONTE

KATHLEEN OSBORNE REBECCA G. RANGE

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Special Assistant to the President for National
Security Affairs

Special Assistant to the President for Legislative
Affairs

Associate Counsel to the President

Special Assistant to the President and Director

of the White House Secretariat

Associate Counsel to the President

Special Assistant to the President for National
Security Affairs

Special Assistant to the President for National
Security Affairs

Special Assistant to the President and Executive
Secretary of the Economic Policy Council
Special Assistant to the President for Drug

Abuse Policy and Director of the White
House Drug Abuse Policy Office
Associate Counsel to the President
Special Assistant to the President for Domestic
Affairs

Special Assistant to the President for National
Security Affairs

Special Assistant to the President for White
House Operations

Special Assistant to the President and Deputy
Press Secretary

Special Assistant to the President for

Intergovernmental Affairs

Special Assistant to the President and Speech
Writer

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JAMES A. KELLY

NANCY M. KENNEDY

ROBERT M. Kruger
KATHERINE D. Ladd

WILLIAM J. LAnders
NELSON C. LEDSKY

ROBERT E. LINHARD

WILLIAM MARONI

DONALD IAN MACDONALD

C. DEAN MCGRATH
DAVID M. MCINTOSH

ROBERT B. OAKLEY

CLAIRE M. O'DONNELL

ROMAN POPADIAK

KAREN KAE RAIRDIN

PETER M. ROBINSON

PETER W. RODMAN

CHARLES N. ROSTOW

JOSE S. SORZANO

PAUL S. STEVENS

LISA STOLTENBERG

JOHN C. (JAY) STONE

ALAN T. TRACY

AGNES M. WALDRON

MARK D. WEINBERG

KAY W. WOODWARD

The White House Office serves the President in the performance of the many detailed activities incident to his immediate office.

The staff of the President facilitates and maintains communication with the Congress, the individual Members of the Congress, the heads of executive agencies, the press and other information media, and the general public.

The various Assistants to the President are personal aides and assist the President in such matters as he may direct.

Office of Management and Budget

Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20503

Phone, 202-395-3080

Director

Deputy Director

Executive Assistant to the Deputy Director
Executive Associate Director

Executive Assistant to the Director
Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy
General Counsel

Associate Director for Economic Policy
Assistant Director for Public Affairs
Associate Director for Legislative Affairs
Assistant Director for Legislative Reference
Assistant Director for Budget Review
Assistant Director for Administration
Associate Director for National Security and
International Affairs

Deputy Associate Director, National Security
Division

Deputy Associate Director, International

Affairs Division

Deputy Associate Director, Special Studies
Division for National Security and
International Affairs

Associate Director for Human Resources,
Veterans and Labor

Deputy Associate Director, Health and

Income Maintenance Division

Deputy Associate Director, Labor, Veterans and Education Division

Deputy Associate Director, Special Studies
Division for Human Resources, Veterans
and Labor

Associate Director for Economics and
Government

Deputy Associate Director, Transportation,
Commerce and Justice Division

Deputy Associate Director, Housing,
Treasury and Postal Division

Deputy Associate Director, Special Studies
Division for Economics and Government
Associate Director for Natural Resources,
Energy and Science

JAMES C. MILLER III

JOSEPH R. WRIGHT
MARYANN FERKO
(VACANCY)

DAVID MELCHER
ROBERT BEDELL

ROBERT DAMUS, Acting
JOHN WEICHER
TERRY BAXTER
GORDON WHEELER
JAMES MURR, Acting
DAVID MATHIASEN
DARRELL A. JOHNSON
L. WAYNE ARNY

ROBERT HOWARD

PHILIP DUSAULT

DANIEL H. TAFT

ARLENE HOLEN, Acting

DAVID KLEINBERG

BERNARD MARTIN

BARBARA S. SELFRIDGE

CAROL CRAWFORD

KENNETH L. SCHWARTZ

KENNETH F. RYDER

HARRY MEYERS, Acting

ROBERT DAWSON

Deputy Associate Director, Natural

Resources Division

Deputy Associate Director, Energy and
Science Division

Deputy Associate Director, Special Studies Division for Natural Resources, Energy and Science

Administrator, Office of Information and
Regulatory Affairs

Deputy Administrator for Information and
Regulatory Management

Associate Director for Management
Deputy Associate Director, Government
Operations Division

Deputy Associate Director, Financial
Management Division

The Office of Management and Budget
(OMB) was established in the Executive
Office of the President pursuant to
Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1970 (5
U.S.C. App.), effective July 1, 1970.

By Executive Order 11541 of July 1, 1970, all functions transferred to the President of the United States by part I of Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1970 were delegated to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Such functions are to be carried out by the Director under the direction of the President. Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1977 (5 U.S.C. App.) and Executive orders issued pursuant to that plan amended further the functions of OMB. The Office's functions include the following:

-to assist the President in his program to develop and maintain effective government by reviewing the organizational structure and management procedures of the executive branch to ensure that they produce the intended results;

-to assist in developing efficient coordinating mechanisms to implement Government activities and to expand interagency cooperation;

-to assist the President in the preparation of the budget and the formulation of the fiscal program of the Government;

-to supervise and control the

administration of the budget;

-to assist the President by clearing

and coordinating departmental advice on

DAVID GIBBONS

JOSEPH HEZIR

KENNETH G. GLOZER

JAY PLAGER, Acting

JAMES MACRAE

GERALD RISO JOHN W. MERCK

DENNIS C. BOYD

proposed legislation and by making recommendations as to Presidential action on legislative enactments, in accordance with past practice;

-to assist in the development of regulatory reform proposals and in programs for paperwork reduction, especially reporting burdens of the public;

-to assist in the consideration and clearance and, where necessary, in the preparation of proposed Executive orders and proclamations;

-to plan and develop information systems to provide the President with program performance data;

-to plan, conduct, and promote evaluation efforts to assist the President in the assessment of program objectives, performance, and efficiency; and

-to keep the President informed of the progress of activities by Government agencies with respect to work proposed, initiated, and completed, together with the relative timing of work between the several agencies of the Government, all to the end that the work programs of the several agencies of the executive branch of the Government may be coordinated and that the moneys appropriated by the Congress may be expended in the most economical manner with the least possible overlapping and duplication of effort.

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