White House budget chief set to resign soon

By Andy Rice 22 June 2010

Peter Orzag, the head of the Office for Management and Budget, is likely to leave his position within the next few weeks, according to an anonymous source familiar with his plans. The date of Orzag's departure is not yet confirmed, but in all likelihood he will be the first member of US President Barack Obama's cabinet to resign. Read more: Washington Post

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