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John Pasquantino




John Pasquantino, Acting Deputy Controller and Deputy Associate Director, Office of Management and Budget. As a Senior Executive at OMB, John successfully translates broad policy aspirations of multiple Administrations into the workings of government by redirecting and redesigning government programs, transforming the way the Federal government does its business, and driving initiatives that make the government more transparent, accountable, and effective. John manages a division of professional and support staff engaged in continuous review and analysis of U.S. Government energy, science, and water resources development programs of the Department of Energy, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the National Science Foundation, Army Corps of Engineers, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Smithsonian Institution, and other related agencies. He is the lead Senior Executive coordinating the U.S. Government’s $160 billion annual research and development enterprise. John has served at OMB since 2003. Prior to assuming his current duties, he served as Chief of the Health, Education, Veterans, and Social Program Branch, Acting Chief of the Recovery and Transparency Branch in the Office of Federal Financial Management, and as a program examiner. Prior to joining OMB, John worked for 15 years with the U.S. Forest Service, including service as a wildland firefighter. John has also served on the staffs of two U.S. Senators and as the Legislative Director for a Member of Congress. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and the Widener University Commonwealth Law School.

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