About Pam K. Haze
Pam Haze has been the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Budget, Finance, Performance, and Acquisition since the AS-PMB reorganization was approved by Congress in January 2010. Prior to that, she was the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Budget and Business Management. She was the Director of the Department’s Office of Budget since January 5, 2007. Prior to that she served as the Co-Director of the Office of Budget from October, 2005 to December 2006 and as the Deputy Director of Budget from December, 1999 to September, 2005.
Pam has spent the majority of her Federal career with the Department of the Interior. Ms. Haze has worked for several Interior bureaus, including the U.S. Geological Survey, the Bureau of Land Management and the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation. She worked for the Fish and Wildlife Service for over 12 years. Her experience with Interior agencies includes working as a planner, hydrologist, field biologist, contaminant biologist, program analyst, administrator, and budget analyst.
Pam was the Budget Officer for the Small Business Administration for a short period and she worked for several years as a compliance specialist with the Office of the Federal Inspector for the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation System, an agency that was in operation during the 1980’s to facilitate completion of the Alaska natural gas pipeline. She also worked for Cambridge Scientific Abstracts as an editor.
Pam received an undergraduate degree in wildlife biology and a graduate degree in environmental science at George Mason University.