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Budget AnalystCongressional Budget OfficeWashington, DCHelpDutiesCBOs Budget Analysis Division seeks an analyst to work in its Finance, Housing, and Education Cost Estimates Unit, which prepares multiyear budget projections and cost estimates for legislative proposals related to education, housing, commerce and banking, community and regional development, and administration of justice programs.Budget AnalystUS Congressional BudgetWashington, DCCBO's Budget Analysis Division seeks an analyst to work in its Finance, Housing, and Education Cost Estimates Unit, which prepares multiyear budget projections and cost estimates for legislative proposals related to education, housing, commerce and banking, community and regional development, and administration of justice programs.Budget AnalystOffice of Budget And Program AnalysisWashington, DCThis position is located in U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Budget and Program Analysis, Office of the Director, Deputy Director for Budget Execution Division. $122,530 a yearBudget AnalystDeputy Assistant Secretary for BudgetWashington, District of ColumbiaExamples of specialized experience would typically include, but are not limited to: Expertise and understanding of the federal and congressional budget and annual federal assistance listing processes and thorough understanding of applicable policies, directives and regulations required for budget formulation/justification and execution functions. $121,316 Full-time
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