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FTC's Miller to OMB

Executive Summary

President Reagan announced July 19 his intention to nominate Federal Trade Comission Chairman James Miller III as Office of Management and Budget director. Miller's appointment to the post, which will be vacated Aug. 1 by current OMB Director David Stockman, is subject to Senate confirmation. Nominated FTC chairman in September 1981, Miller has been considered an important team player in the Reagan Administration's effort to reduce government regulation of industry. He helped draft Executive Order 12291, which tightens the administration's control over federal agencies' regulatory policies, goals and objectives. Before joining FTC, Miller headed OMB's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. . . .

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