Executive Office of the President


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Michael Holland, fusion budget examiner from the Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President, also presented a talk.
Executive Office of the President -- was brought in January 1989 as an effort to preserve, under the Federal Records Act electronic records on National Security Council (NSC) PROFS, e-mail backup tapes that pertained substantially to the Iran-Contra Affair.
Watson: There ar about 1,500 people in the Officeof Management and Budget, which is part of the executive office of the president.
WASHINGTON -- Today, Magistrate Judge John Facciola ordered the White House to search the entire Executive Office of the President (EOP) and the Office of Administration (OA) to collect and preserve all emails sent or received between March 2003 and October 2005.
He also was Co-Chair of Health Information Technology in the Office of Science and Technology Policy for the Executive Office of the President of the United States.
The author describes how FY2008 applies to the Department of the Treasury, the Executive Office of the President, the judiciary, the District of Columbia and independent agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission and the Morris K.
Executive Office of the President and Its Aftermath Pasterczyk, Catherine E.
In 2002, the Executive Office of the President (EOP) stopped using the Automated Records Management System (ARMS) that had been in place since 1994, which automatically backed up all emails, but failed to install any other backup program.
Most recently, she served as the Portfolio Manager in the Executive Office of the President (White House) in the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Office of E-Gov and Information Technology, overseeing the IT portfolio of three federal agencies.
Nearly 38,000 names, titles, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of senior and mid-level government officials in the Executive Office of the President, all 15 Cabinet level Federal departments, Independent Agencies, US Congress, and the Federal Court System.
He brings extensive experience in this area, having served for the last two years as a co-chair of the Subcommittee on Forensic Science at the National Science and Technology Council within the Executive Office of the President.
The 16 chapters of the second volume discuss the structure and functioning of the executive office of the president, the office of the vice president, the cabinet and executive departments, presidential commissions and also include discussion of relations between the executive branch and the other branches of government.
Nearly 52,000 names, titles, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of senior and mid-level government officials in the Executive Office of the President, all 15 Cabinet level Federal departments, Independent Agencies, US Congress, and the Federal Court System.
Roberto Rodriguez, special assistant to the president for education, Domestic Policy Council, Executive Office of the President
Federal offices include Executive Office of the President, cabinet departments, independent agencies, quasi- governmental organizations, congress, and US federal courts.
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