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The White House Publications collection includes policies, news releases, briefings, proclamations, speeches, reports, and handbooks. Learn how America's federal, state and local governments work to enact the will of the people, and how President Obama and his administration collaborate with the Legislative and Judicial branches to govern the United States.

 
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Unlevel Playing Field

By: Scott B. Gudes

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Purpose of the Program: Under No Child Left Behind, States and districts are able to transfer a portion of the funds that they receive under certain Federal programs to other Federal programs that better address their unique needs. These funds can then be used to support locally determined initiatives, including increasing teacher pay, reducing class size, and bolstering professional development and training for teachers.

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Progress Report on Implementing the Government Paperwork Eliminati...

By: Mark A. Forman

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Fy 2002 Report to Congress on Federal Government Information Secur...

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1. Pushinkamixed-breed puppy from Russia, given to Caroline Kennedy by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Pushinka means ?fluffy? in Russian. 2. Nannyone of the goats that pulled the Lincoln children around the White House grounds in a cart. Goats were kept by many presidents during earlier years.

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Office of Management and Budget 2003 Report to Congress on Combati...

By: Joshua B. Bolten

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The quality of information disseminated to the public by the Federal Government needs to be improved. Reflecting this need, Congress recently directed OMB to issue government-wide guidelines that provide policy and procedural guidance to Federal agencies for ensuring and maximizing the quality, objectivity, utility, and integrity of information (including statistical information) disseminated by Federal agencies. The Administration is committed to vigorous implementation...

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Managing Information Collection and Dissemination

By: Dr. John D. Graham

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: We present the narrative of this report and the recommendations that flow from it to the President of the United States, the United States Congress, and the American people for their consideration. Ten Commissioners five Republicans and five Democrats chosen by elected leaders from our nation?s capital at a time of great partisan division have come together to present this report without dissent. We have come together with a unity of purpose because ou...

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Fy 2003 Report to Congress on Implementation of the E-Government A...

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This table shows estimates of the number of taxpayers who will receive a check in 2001 based on their return filed for 2000, and the total dollar amount of the checks they will receive. The estimates for each state are based on tabulations from all individual income tax returns filed and processed through the IRS Individual Master File (IMF) during calendar year 2000. Most returns filed in 2000 were for tax year 1999. Classification by state was based on the address used...

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Implementing the President's Management Agenda for E-Government

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Introduction: Three months ago, the President directed a Cabinet-level review of U.S. climate change policy. Members of the Cabinet, the Vice President, and senior White House staff have been meeting to examine the science, technologies, current U.S. efforts, and a wide range of innovative options for addressing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. During that time, the Cabinet-level climate change working group has held regular and intensive sessions an...

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Managing Information Collection Information Collection Budget of t...

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Dear Mr. Speaker: I ask the Congress to consider the enclosed FY 2005 budget amendments for the Departments of Commerce, Health and Human Services, Justice, State, and Transportation; as well as the General Services Administration, the Election Assistance Commission, and the Federal Communications Commission. In total, these amendments would not increase the discretionary budget authority proposed in my FY 2005 Budget. The details of these proposals are set forth in the ...

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The Federal Government Is Results-Oriented a Report to Federal Emp...

By: Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr.

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1. Purpose: This Bulletin establishes guidance for agencies that collect or use aggregate data on race. It also establishes guidance for the allocation of multiple race responses for use in civil rights monitoring and enforcement. -- 2. Background: The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) announced revisions to the standards for classification of Federal data on race and ethnicity in a Federal Register Notice of October 30, 1997 (62 FR 58782-58790). Revisions to these s...

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Progress on Presidents Management Agenda Accelerates; Doe and Opm ...

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INTRODUCTION: The role that faith-based and other local, neighborhood-serving groups should play in meeting social needs through Federal Government programs has been debated for decades. These debates have often produced more heat than light because of insufficient evidence on matters ranging from the extent of Federal social service spending and the breadth of existing Federal collaboration with faith-and community-based charities to the existence of specific legal rest...

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Section 2207 Report

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Dear Mr. Speaker: I ask the Congress to consider the enclosed FY 2005 budget amendments for the Department of Defense reflecting the Army?s recommendation not to proceed further with funding for the Comanche helicopter program. Overall, the discretionary budget authority proposed in the FY 2005 Budget would not be affected by these amendments. The details of these proposals are set forth in the enclosed letter from the Director of the Office of Management and Budget.

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Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund (Irrf) Spending Plan

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Dear Mr. Speaker: I ask the Congress to consider the enclosed FY 2005 budget amendment to establish a $25 billion contingent emergency reserve fund to support operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Although we do not know the precise costs for operations next year, developments on the ground in Iraq indicate the need to plan for contingencies. We plan to pursue a full FY 2005 supplemental request when we can better estimate precise costs. In the meantime, this reserve fund ...

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Security and Law Enforcement

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Dear Mr. Speaker: I ask the Congress to consider the enclosed FY 2005 budget amendments for the Departments of Agriculture, Defense, Education, Energy, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, the Interior, Labor, and the Treasury; the Corps of Engineers; the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; and the Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition, I ask the Congress to consider the enclosed FY 2004 language proposals for the Departments of Health a...

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Enclosed You Will Find the First in a Series of Quarterly Reports ...

By: Joshua B. Bolten

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There is no magic formula to solve the problems of Iraq. However, there are actions that can be taken to improve the situation and protect American interests. Many Americans are dissatisfied, not just with the situation in Iraq but with the state of our political debate regarding Iraq. Our political leaders must build a bipartisan approach to bring a responsible conclusion to what is now a lengthy and costly war. Our country deserves a debate that prizes substance over r...

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Statement by Omb Director Joshua B. Bolten on Release of President...

By: Joshua B. Bolten

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PURPOSE: The ?Guidelines for Ensuring and Maximizing the Quality, Objectivity, Utility, and Integrity of Information Disseminated by Federal Agencies? require federal agencies to make available on their websites, no later than October 1, 2002, guidelines for ensuring and maximizing the quality, objectivity, utility, and integrity of information (including statistical information) disseminated by Federal agencies, including administrative mechanisms allowing affected pers...

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Statement on the Presidents Fiscal Year 2005 Budget by Office of M...

By: Mark W. Everson

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In the spring of 2001, the Administration announced its intention to open the commercial activities performed by the government to the dynamics of competition between the public and private sectors. Soon thereafter, the President's Management Agenda (PMA) designated this effort, known as competitive sourcing, as a major initiative. This designation reflected the Administration's commitment to market-based government, where competition drives improved performance and effi...

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Budget for Information Technology Reflects Administration Prioriti...

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Executive Summary: The welfare reform law of 1996 marked a turning point in national welfare policy. The new policy aimed to encourage personal responsibility by promoting work, reducing nonmarital births, and strengthening and supporting marriage. No longer could able-bodied adults remain on welfare year after year without working. Individuals were given strong financial incentives to leave welfare for work; families were given essential support for child care and healt...

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Omb Initiates Review of Manufacturing Regulations

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INTRODUCTION: Weapons of mass destruction (WMD) nuclear, biological, and chemicalin the possession of hostile states and terrorists represent one of the greatest security challenges facing the United States. We must pursue a comprehensive strategy to counter this threat in all of its dimensions. An effective strategy for countering WMD, including their use and further proliferation, is an integral component of the National Security Strategy of the United States of Americ...

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New Guide Released to Support the Successful Management of Competi...

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Omb Launches Task Force to Examine Government Lines of Business

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