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The Office of Policy Development comprises the Domestic Policy and the National Economic Councils, which advise and assist the President in the formulation, coordination, and implementation of domestic and economic policy. The Office of Policy Development also supports other policy development and implementation activities as directed by the President.
A document that the Office of Policy Development published in the Federal Register is accessible online.https://www.federalregister.gov/agencies/office-of-policy-development
EDITORIAL NOTE: A DEDICATED WEBSITE FOR THE DOMESTIC POLICY COUNCIL IS NOT AVAILABLE.
Room 469, Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20502
DOMESTIC POLICY COUNCIL
|DIRECTOR||Susan E. Rice|
|Economic Mobility||Carmel Martin|
|Health and Veterans Affairs||Christen L. Young|
|Racial Justice and Equality||Catherine Lhamon|
On August 16, 1993, President William J. Clinton signed Executive Order 12859 to establish the Domestic Policy Council (DPC). The DPC oversees development and implementation of the President's domestic policy agenda, and it ensures coordination and communication among the heads of relevant Federal offices and agencies.https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/WCPD-1993-08-23/pdf/WCPD-1993-08-23-Pg1638.pdf
EDITORIAL NOTE: A DEDICATED WEBSITE FOR THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC COUNCIL IS NOT AVAILABLE.
Room 235, Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20502
NATIONAL ECONOMIC COUNCIL
|DIRECTOR||Brian C. Deese|
|DEPUTY DIRECTORS||Sameera Fazili|
|David C. Kamin|
|Bharat R. Ramamurti|
|Chief of Staff||Leandra English|
On January 25, 1993, President William J. Clinton signed Executive Order 12835 to establish the National Economic Council (NEC). The NEC coordinates the economic policymaking process and advises the President on economic policy. The NEC also ensures that economic policy decisions and programs remain consistent with the President's stated goals, and it monitors the implementation of the President's economic goals.https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/WCPD-1993-02-01/pdf/WCPD-1993-02-01-Pg95.pdf
Documents that the NEC has published in the Federal Register are accessible online.https://www.federalregister.gov/agencies/national-economic-council
The William J. Clinton Presidential Library posted video footage of President Clinton signing Executive Order 12835 and giving remarks on the establishment of the NEC. The signing and the remarks took place on on January 25, 1993. The President singled out the efforts of Robert E. Rubin, who served as the NEC's first Director after leaving the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., in 1992.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39XBertis9A