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The Bureau of the Budget has asked the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Co-operatives to provide 1,900 million baht to 63,947 families by July this year.
The section on the executive branch discusses White House staff, the cabinet, the Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget, Office of Management and Budget, and political appointees, as well as the president's removal power and the unitary executive theory.
Represented were the White House, Treasury Department, Federal Reserve System Board of Governors, Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae), Council of Economic Advisers, Housing and Home Finance Agency, Bureau of the Budget, Veterans Administration (VA), Federal Home Loan Bank Board and Department of Defense.
In 1921, the Bureau of the Budget was established in order to consolidate each bureau's budget under a single executive budget.
Wolfowitz graduated in 1965 with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and chemistry, and got a taste of government work as a management intern at the US Bureau of the Budget.
Bureau of the Budget, where he was a Budget Examiner for Defense programs, and Senior Budget Examiner and Acting Branch Chief of OMB's Environment Branch.
The writers, the director and assistant director of the Bureau of the Budget in the Johnson administration, continue: "As an enemy of big government, the chairman supports privatization of Social Security.
The act also established the Bureau of the Budget, now called the Office of Management and Budget, to assist the president in formulating the budget, in presenting it to Congress, and in monitoring the execution of the enacted budget by agencies.