A Political Scientist as the Administrator of OIRA: The Modernization of Centralized Regulatory Review

The Modernization of OIRA: A Political Scientist to Head OIRA —  Historically a profession long on holistic research

I was instrumental in the establishment of the regulatory review office, OIRA, in the White House Office of Management and Budget. OIRA is often referred to as the most important office that you “never heard of”. The position as the Administrator of the office is vacant. I am writing to encourage you and your colleagues  to examine the aforementioned position and pursuant to the President’s directive to modernize OIRA that you encourage those who wish to serve in the position and who also have a background in political/social science to take the necessary steps to be considered as  a candidate.

Public Comments on Bringing New Disciplines to Manage the Administrative State

                    The Multidisciplinary Management of the Administrative State



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 Congressional Review of Judge-Made Common Law

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