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What does BUBUD stand for?

BUBUD stands for Bureau of the Budget

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He served as Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers (1981-82) for the Reagan Administration; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy (1969-71) for the Nixon Administration; and fiscal economist for the Bureau of the Budget (1949-57) for the Truman and Eisenhower administrations.
Joyce, a professor of management, finance and leadership, served in the Congressional Budget Office and the Illinois Bureau of the Budget and is the author of the book, The Congressional Budget Office: Honest Numbers, Power, and Policy Making According to Joyce's analysis, it is true that deficits and debt are much higher now than they were in 2009 when Obama took office.
In 1939, Franklin Roosevelt moved the Bureau of the Budget, now called the Office of Management and Budget, under the direct control of the White House, and expanded its role, not just to oversee the finances of the various government agencies but to monitor the performance of their missions.
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.
Richard Ruggles was a member of the National Accounts Review Committee of the National Bureau of Economic Research, which in 1957 prepared a major review of the national accounts at the request of the Bureau of the Budget (the predecessor of the Office of Management and Budget); this review committee recommended the adoption of the five-account system.
He had achieved a string of real accomplishments: creating an open, accessible administration, establishing the Bureau of the Budget, negotiating the first international reduction of armaments at the Washington Naval Conference, sponsoring tax cuts that spurred the economic expansion of the 1920s, supporting the end of economic and political (though not social) racial discrimination, and pressuring the steel industry to end the 12-hour day.