OMB Coordination

Executive Branch Agencies are often required to interface with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), both formally and informally. The OMB review process can seem overwhelming and somewhat unpredictable, especially since it often comes on the heels of a lengthy intra-agency coordination process. Our veteran OMB analysts can help navigate the various OMB review processes, directives, and other requirements, including those listed below.

  • Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA)
    • PRA “package” writing and review
    • OMB coordination
    • Emergency submissions under PRA
    • Study design development and recommendations
    • Compliance with Statistical Standards and Guidelines
    • Report writing
  • Regulatory Development and Review
    • Regulatory development (ANPRM, NPRM and Final stages)
    • Negotiated rulemaking advising and management
    • Public meetings or forums
    • Comment analysis and response
    • Interagency coordination/review/comment drafting
  • Information Quality
    • Information Quality Guidelines
    • Peer Review Bulletin
    • Statistical Standards
  • Economic Analysis
    • Required analysis under EO 12866
    • Regulatory Flexibility analysis under Reg Flex Act
    • Federalism assessment under EO 13132
    • Compliance with OMB Circular A-4