PMB Overview

The Office of Policy, Management and Budget (PMB) is situated within the Office of the Secretary and is responsible for a variety of cross-cutting management and operational issues that directly affect the Department's ability to fulfill its mission. The Assistant Secretary-PMB leads the office and serves as the agency's Chief Financial Officer, Chief Acquisition Officer, and Chief Performance Officer.  

The office is broken into the following six issue areas, each led by a Deputy Assistant Secretary.

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Image of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument in Utah
Serves as the coordinating entity for internal and external stakeholders on a myriad of issues.
A healthy benthic community is protected within the Channel Islands National Park, CA. Image: Susanna Pershern, National Park Service
Responsible for the management of Department wide programs that support the response, clean-up, damage assessment, and restoration of lands and trust resources injured by hazardous substance releases and oil spills.
Wild Goose Island in Montanas Glacier National Park.
Coordinates the Department’s interactions with the House and Senate Appropriations Committees and the Office of Management and Budget,
Rangers Angie, Kait and Stephen at the visitor center
Responsible for the coordination of the equal employment, federally-assisted and -conducted, special emphasis, and affirmative employment activities and programs.
Serpentine Hot Springs in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Alaska
Oversees a number of major Department-wide transformational initiatives designed to promote greater efficiency and effectiveness of Departmental operations.
Fiefighters fight wildfire in Florida.
Responsible for leadership and strategic guidance in four primary areas: law enforcement, security, intelligence, and technology.
A wind farm in Idaho.
Responsible for collecting, accounting, analyzing, auditing, and disbursing revenues from energy and mineral leases and other monies owed for the utilization of public resources on the Outer Continental Shelf and onshore Federal and American Indian lands.