United States. Office of Management and Budget

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The Director, assisted by the Deputy Director, the Associate Director, the Assistant Director, the Executive Assistant to the Director, the Secretariat, and other staff members of the Office of the Director, is responsible for the general direction and coordination of Office Activities, and for maintaining relations with the President, Congress, other Government agencies, and the public. The Office of the Director provides administrative services for the Office as a whole. The Director, as head of the Office, is responsible for all office actions and decisions. He determines Office policy and programs, defines the Office's organization, and personally or through his immediate assistants provides executive direction for the Office.

From the description of Records of the Office of the Director. (National Archives Library). WorldCat record id: 122597323

These records are primarily reference materials accumulated by Schwartz and relate to outdoor recreation, the Northeast water problem, research and development of natural resources, meetings with local interest groups, and related subjects.

From the description of Office Files of Carl H. Schwartz, Jr., Assistant Director for the Resources and Civil Works Division (BOB Series 61.11). 1961-1968. (National Archives Library). WorldCat record id: 122396191

The Office of Management and Budget was established in the Executive Office of the President by Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1970, 35 F.R. 7959, which became effective July 1, 1970. The Plan designated the Bureau of the Budget as the Office of Management and Budget and transferred to the President all functions vested by law in the Bureau of the Budget or the Director of the Bureau of the budget. By Executive Order No. 11541 of July 1, 1970, the functions thus vested in the President were delegated to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget. That Order also continued in effect all outstanding delegations, rules, regulations, and other forms of Executive or administartive action issued or taken by or relating to the Bureau of the Budget prior to the effective date of the Reorganization Plan.

From the description of Records of the Office of Management and Budget, a subgroup. (National Archives Library). WorldCat record id: 122370708

The Division, established in 1939, acted as a clearing house for legislation to be drafted and submitted, for analysis of bills that were already introduced in Congress, for obtaining departmental views on these bills, for determining the relationship of legislation to the program of the President, and for coordinating the departmental viewpoints to be expressed in testimony.

From the description of Legislative Reference Division Subject Files (BOB Series 39.39). 1939-1970. (National Archives Library). WorldCat record id: 122572455

The Legislative Reference Division reviews the annual programs of the agencies submitted with budget estimates, and agency recommendations for the President's legislative program as it is expressed in the State of the Union Message, the Budget Message, the Economic Report, and special messages. The Division assists the White House Staff and the Director on Presidential messages and statements relating to legislation. It maintains a continuing record of major legislative proposals under consideration in the Executive Branch and Congress.

The Division also assists in the exercise of the Office's responisbilities for clearing and coordinating agency legislative proposals and reports on pending legislation and for reporting to the President on enrolled bills, except appropriation bills, and reorganization plans. It acts primarily as a staff arm to the Director on such matters, developing policy alternatives when necessary, reviewing work performed by other divisions as part of the clearance process, and coordinating their views. The Division also maintains orderly and appropriate channels of communication to the agencies on legislation, except for appropriation bills and reorganization plans.

From the description of Legislative Reference Records (a subgroup). 1921-1972. (National Archives Library). WorldCat record id: 122503040

Archival Resources
Role Title Holding Repository
referencedIn United States. Fiscal and Monetary Advisory Board. Daniel Bell's Records From the Fiscal and Monetary Advisory Board, (a series). 1938-1940. National Archives Library, National Archives Records Administration
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Division of Administrative Management. Records of the Division of Administrative Management, (a subgroup). 1939-1952. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Niskanen, William A., 1933-2011. William A. Niskanen papers, 1959-1985. Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library
referencedIn O'Dell, C. Robert (Charles Robert), 1937-. Oral history interview with Charles Robert O'Dell, 1985 May 21 to 23. American Institute of Physics, Niels Bohr Library
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Records of the Estimates Division Program to Save Manpower in Federal Agencies, (a subgroup). 1942-1943. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Division of Administrative Management. Project and Internal Records, (a subgroup). 1939-1952. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Photographs of Directors and Assistant Directors of the Bureau of the Budget (a Series). 1921-1977. National Archives Library, National Archives Records Administration
creatorOf Anderson, Annelise Graebner. Annelise Graebner Anderson papers, 1968-1988. Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Annual Budget Requests for the Post Office Department (BOB Series 39.15b and 51.7b). 1941-1960. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Regan, Donald T. Papers of Donald T. Regan, 1919-1993 (bulk 1981-1987). Library of Congress
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Fiscal Analysis Records (a subgroup). 1939-1969. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Miller, James Clifford. James C. Miller papers, 1972-1988. Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Records of the Office of Management and Budget, a subgroup. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Supplemental and Deficiency Budget Estimates for the Post Office Department (BOB Series 39.15c). 1941-1952. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Records Relating to the General Administration of the Federal Government Branch (BOB Series 21.6a). 1921-1939. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Civil Aeronautics Board Air Route Certificate Docket Files, (a subgroup introduction.) 1940-1952. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn William Howard Taft IV Papers, 1958-1989, (bulk 1970-1989) Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Sound Recording of President Johnson's Press Conference (a Series). May 3, 1968. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Office for Emergency Management. Records of the Liquidation Advisory Committee (BOB Series 46.1). 1946-1946. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Records Relating to Administrative Management and Organization (BOB Series 21.6b, 39.29, 52.2, 61.6). 1921-1968. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Legislative Reference Division. Legislative Clearance Files (BOB Series 21.6e). 1929-1939. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Case Files of Determination of Personnel Ceilings (BOB Series 43.3b). 1943-1950. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. General Budgetary Records (BOB Series 21.6c). 1921-1940. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn William A. Niskanen Papers, 1959-1985 Hoover Institution Archives.
referencedIn Annelise Graebner Anderson Papers, 1968-1988 Hoover Institution Archives.
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Director's Office Chronological Files (a Series). 1957-1970. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Labor/Manpower Branch Program Records. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Nathan, Richard P. Richard P. Nathan papers, 1957-1979. Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Early Administrative Management Records, (a subgroup). 1921-1939. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Records Relating to Eric H. Biddle's Missions to Great Britain, (a subgroup). 1941-1946. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Legislative History Files, Public Laws (BOB Series 47.1a-c, 53.2a-d, 61.2a-b, 65.2a-b, 69.2c, 69.2e). 1947-1972. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Malek, Frederic V. (Frederic Vincent), 1936-. Frederic V. Malek papers, 1968-1977. Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Office Files of Carl H. Schwartz, Jr., Assistant Director for the Resources and Civil Works Division (BOB Series 61.11). 1961-1968. National Archives Library, National Archives Records Administration
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Records of Eric H. Biddle's Mission to Great Britain (BOB Series 41.2). 1941-1941. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Legislative Reference Division. Executive Orders Relating to Individuals (BOB series 47.2d). 1947-1952. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Division of Administrative Management. Administrative Project Files (BOB Series 39.35). 1939-1950. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Records of the Office of the Director. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. General Subject Files, (a series). 1921-1938. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Taft, William Howard, 1945-. William Howard Taft papers, 1958-1989 (bulk 1970-1989). Library of Congress
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Federal Board of Hospitalization. Site Files, (a series). 1921-1948. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Richard P. Nathan papers, 1957-1979 Hoover Institution Archives.
referencedIn Field, George B., 1929-. Oral history interview with George Brooks Field, 1980 July 14 and 15. American Institute of Physics, Niels Bohr Library
referencedIn Frosch, Robert A. (Robert Alan), 1928-. Oral History interview with Robert Alan Frosch, 1981. American Institute of Physics, Niels Bohr Library
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Legislative History Files, Unenacted and Vetoed Public Bills (BOB Series 39.1, 47.1, 53.2, 61.2, 65.2, 69.2a). 1939-1972. National Archives Library, National Archives Records Administration
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Administrative Records for Particular Programs (BOB Series 21.6d). 1926-1939. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Sound Recordings of Speeches, Press Conferences, and Briefings by the Director (a Series). 1970-1973. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Legislative Reference Division Subject Files (BOB Series 39.39). 1939-1970. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn James C. Miller papers, 1972-1988 Hoover Institution Archives.
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Speeches and Testimony of Directors, Deputy Directors, and Assistant Directors (BOB Series 61.1c). 1961-1968. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Frederic V. Malek papers, 1968-1977 Hoover Institution Archives.
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Records of the Advisory Committee on Fiscal Relations Between the United States and the District of Columbia (BOB Series 36.1). 1936-1937. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Federal Board of Hospitalization. Records of the Federal Board of Hospitalization, (a subgroup). 1921-1948. National Archives Library, National Archives Records Administration
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Director's Office Chronological Files of Memorandums Sent to the White House (a Series). 1961-1969. National Archives Library, National Archives Records Administration
creatorOf McIntyre, James T. (James Talmadge), 1940-. James T. McIntyre collection, 1976-1981. Jimmy Carter Library
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Executive Orders and Proclamations Files (BOB Series 39.1a-b, 47.1d, 53.2e, 61.4, and 65.4). 1939-1969. National Archives Library, National Archives Records Administration
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Division of Administrative Management. Records re Project 16 (Budgetary and Fiscal Administration and Financial Reporting) (BOB Series 39.8). 1939-1942. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn National Emergency Council (U.S.). Economic Adviser's Records, (a series). 1933-1935. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Donald T. Regan Papers, 1919-1993, (bulk 1981-1987) Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
referencedIn Weinberger, Caspar W. Caspar W. Weinberger papers, 1910-2005 (bulk 1951-2005). Library of Congress
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Public Works Projects (BOB Series 40.1). 1940-1952. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Caspar W. Weinberger Papers, 1910-2005, (bulk 1951-2005) Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
referencedIn Regan, Donald T. Papers, 1919-1993 (bulk 1981-1987). Library of Congress
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. General Records (BOB Series 42.5a). 1942-1943. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Records of the Special Mission to Great Britain (BOB Series 42.4). 1942-1946. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Legislative History Files, Private Bills (BOB Series 21.3, 39.2, 47.2, 51.3, 53.3, 65.3, 69.2). 1921-1972. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Shultz, George Pratt, 1920-. George Pratt Shultz papers, 1909-2011. Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Subject Files of the Director (69.1), 1969-1974. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Legislative Reference Records (a subgroup). 1921-1972. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. General Records in Determination of Personnel Ceilings (BOB Series 43.3a). 1943-1950. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn Herbers, John. John Herbers papers, 1950-1996. Emory University Library, Special Collect Department
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Records of the Fiscal Analysis Division (BOB Series 39.3) and Fiscal Analysis Branch (BOB Series 52.10 and 61.15). 1939-1969. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn United States. Bureau of the Budget. Legislative Reference Division. General Legislation Files (BOB series 21.2). 1921-1938. Denver Art Museum
referencedIn National Emergency Council (U.S.). Records of the National Emergency Council, (a subgroup introduction.). 1933-1935. Denver Art Museum
creatorOf United States. Office of Management and Budget. Legislative History Files, Private Laws (BOB Series 47.2a-c, 53.3a-d, 61.3a-b, 65.3a-b, 69.2b, 69.2d). 1947-1972. Denver Art Museum
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