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of the members is designated by the President as Chairman.
The Council analyzes the national economy and its various segments; advises the President on economic developments; appraises the economic programs and policies of the Federal
Government; recommends to the President policies for economic growth and stability; assists in the preparation of the economic reports of the President to the Congress; and prepares the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers.
For further information, contact the Council of Economic Advisers, Old Executive Office Building,
Council on Environmental Quality
The Council on Environmental Quality formulates and recommends national policies to promote the improvement of the quality of the environment.
The Council on Environmental Quality
The Council consists of three members appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate. One of the members is designated by the President as Chairman.
The Council develops and recommends to the President national policies that further environmental quality; performs a continuing analysis of changes or trends in the national
environment; reviews and appraises programs of the Federal Government to determine their contributions to sound environmental policy; conducts studies, research, and analyses relating to ecological systems and environmental quality; assists the President in the
preparation of the annual environmental
For further information, contact the Information Office, Council on Environmental Quality, 722 Jackson Place NW., Washington, DC 20503. Phone, 202-395–5754. Internet, http://ceq.eh.doe.gov/.
National Security Council
WILLIAM J. CLINTON
JOHN M. DEUTCH
Security Affairs and Staff Director
ROBERT E. RUBIN
LAURA D'ANDREA TYSON
SAMUEL R. BERGER
NANCY E. SODERBERG
ANDREW D. SENS
The National Security Council was are the Vice President and the established by the National Security Act Secretaries of State and Defense. The of 1947, as amended (50 U.S.C. 402). Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is The Council was placed in the Executive the statutory military adviser to the Office of the President by Reorganization Council, and the Director of Central Plan No. 4 of 1949 (5 U.S.C. app.). Intelligence is its intelligence adviser.
The National Security Council is The Secretary of the Treasury, the U.S. chaired by the President. Its statutory Representative to the United Nations, the members, in addition to the President, Assistant to the President for National
Security Affairs, the Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, and the Chief of Staff to the President are invited to all meetings of the Council. The Attorney General and the Director of National Drug Control Policy are invited to attend meetings pertaining to their jurisdictions; other officials are invited, as appropriate.
The Council advises and assists the President in integrating all aspects of national security policy as it affects the United States domestic, foreign, military, intelligence, and economic—in conjunction with the National Economic Council.
For further information, contact the National Security Council, Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20506. Phone, 202-456–1414.
For further information, contact the Office of the Director, Office of Administration, Washington, DC 20503. Phone, 202-456-2861.
Office of Management and Budget
ALICE M. RIVLIN
JAMES C. MURR
Analysis and Systems
Deputy Associate Director for Health
Deputy Associate Director for VA/Personnel Associate Director for General Government Deputy Associate Director, Transportation,
Commerce, Justice, and Federal Services
Treasury, and Finance Division
Energy, and Science
DONALD R. ARBUCKLE