Biden puts OMB director search on back burner even as first spending plan delay outstretches Trump's

Biden puts OMB director search on back burner even as first spending plan delay outstretches Trump's


The White House still has no plans to nominate an Office of Management and Budget director after Neera Tanden withdrew her name and as its first spending plan remains delayed.

Asked Monday if a permanent nominee would be announced soon, press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters she does not expect a second nominee will be sent to the Senate any time soon.

The Biden administration has yet to complete and release any details of its fiscal 2020 budget blueprint.

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After vowing to ditch many of the norm-busting practices of the Trump administration, the Biden team’s spending plan performance most resembles that of its predecessor when it took office in early 2017.

The Trump administration released its first budget proposal on March 16 of that year.

The incoming Obama and George W. Bush administrations did so in late February.

Shalanda Young is the acting Office

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