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OMBOffice of Management & Budget (US government; also seen as USOMB)
OMBOntario Municipal Board (Government of Ontario)
OMBOregon Medical Board (Portland, OR)
OMBOracle Meta Base
OMBOriginal Muscle Beach (Santa Monica, CA)
OMBOne Man Band
OMBOnly Make Believe (theater group; New York)
OMBOh My Bad (fault slang)
OMBOh My Bieber
OMBOptical Media Board (Philippines)
OMBOwner Managed Business (various companies)
OMBOfficial Match Ball (Adidas)
OMBOpen Media Boston (Media Working Group; Boston, MA)
OMBOperational Management Board (infrastructure; EU)
OMBOnline Marketing Blog
OMBOsteopathic Medical Board (California)
OMBOpen Manufacturing Backbone (software; UGS)
OMBOregon Marching Band (University of Oregon)
OMBOfficial Message Board
OMBOh My Buddha
OMBObtuse Marginal Branch
OMBOh My Bob
OMBOperations Manual Bulletin
OMBOuter Marker Beacon (aviation)
OMBOptical Mounting Board
OMBOriginating Message Buffers
OMBOrganizational Mailbox (US Air Force)
OMBOrder of Mapungubwe: Bronze (South Africa)
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During investigation, the OMB found that there were no free medical or dental mission conducted by the National Children's Hospital for KACI in 2009.
Although this proposal can be described in just four steps (the public submits an RIA, the regulatory agency submits the public comment to the OMB, the OMB makes a determination, and the regulatory agency includes this determination in the rulemaking record), some points are important to stress:
Once OMB releases DOL's proposal to the public in the Federal Register, "we will know the length of the delay of the rule's applicability date and whether stakeholders will have an opportunity to provide comments before or after the delay is effective," Zanotti along with her colleagues wrote in a recent client alert.
In sum, OMB has several ways of constructing regions and the MSAs that populate them.
regulations is not the only policy lever OMB has to control executive
OMB brought CMS and its federal partners and helped oversee the project's budget, but OMB officials did not conduct a thorough review of the project, even though HealthCare.gov was designated as a high-risk project and an OMB technical project dashboard showed that the project was running into problems seven months before the October 2013 launch date, Melvin says.
But the real political motivation behind the OMB study was to help demonize the Mama administration's political opposition.
Once DOL sends OMB its reproposed fiduciary rule, OMB then checks the proposal's cost-benefit analysis and gives DOL feedback on the proposal, asking for changes if necessary.
Grantees are familiar with the PRGCA, a data management tool used to ensure compliance with legislative requirements and to report to OMB and other decision makers on grantee success in achieving project objectives and cross-cutting programmatic goals.
The OMB wants to decide what is the safest of the choices, or what constitutes an alternative medical practice.
"I do not believe that citizens have a right to overrule their elected representatives," Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) chairman Joseph Aloysius Kennedy argued in February 1971, "but I do believe this Board has a duty to intervene in cases such as this one." (1) In delivering the OMB's first dissenting opinion in its sixty-five years of existence, Kennedy noted the unusual nature of the case before him.
In response, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued updated guidance, including additional actions and strategies, designed to assist agencies in carrying out their responsibilities to enforce recipient reporting compliance.