Barack Obama Announced Three Nominees to Help Tackle "Our Most Important Challenges

Barack Obama and Three Nominees
Today, President Obama declares his applicant for director of the Office of Management and Budget, Secretary of Energy and administrator of the EPA.

Sylvia Matthews Burwell, the President's select for Office of Management and Budget Director is a specialist on budgetary and domestic policy. She provides as Deputy Director of the OMB from 1998 to 2001, as well as Deputy Chief of Staff to the President and Chief of Staff to the Secretary of the Treasury through the Clinton management.
President Obama said that Burwell "understands that our goal when we put mutually a budget is not just to make the numbers add up. Our goal is also to reignite the true engine of economic enlargement in this country, and that is a strapping and increasing middle class to offer ladders of occasion for anybody willing to climb them."

Those goals are particularly important to remember now, "As we prolong to try and find a way forward in light of the budget cuts that are already preliminary to cost us jobs and hurt our wealth," he said.

The President also declare two nominees who will help build on the work his Administration has previously done to control our power future, while dropping the pollution that contributes to climate change: Ernie Moniz, who will reinstate Steven Chu as Secretary of Energy and Gina McCarthy to replace Lisa Jackson as administrator of the EPA.