Budget Preparation Specialist
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The "budget preparation specialist" designation is a job title within the GS-560 "budget analyst" series that was specifically developed to recognize the unique duties of certain analysts within the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Organizationally, these analysts comprise the majority of the staff of the Budget Review and Concepts Division of OMB.

The budget preparation specialist participates in a variety of functions related to the preparation, execution, and analysis of the President's budget. Generally, the work encompasses problem identification and resolution; compilation and analysis of program and budgetary information gathered from a variety of sources; technical and substantive review of budgetary data, appropriations language and related Congressional reports, and other information; preparation of associated tables, reports, letters, memoranda, and the like; liaison functions within and outside of the OMB; representation of Branch work at varying levels of government; and a variety of data/information management and administrative tasks associated with budget analysis.

Examples of specific work assignments include:

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