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S.Res. 41 (ats) Expressing the gratitude of the United States Senate for the service of Francis L. Burk, Jr., Legislative Counsel of the United States Senate. [Agreed to Senate] ...


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106th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 40

Commending James L. Blum for his service to Congress and to the Nation.


_______________________________________________________________________


                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                           February 12, 1999

 Mr. Domenici (for himself and Mr. Lautenberg) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
Commending James L. Blum for his service to Congress and to the Nation.

Whereas James L. Blum has served as the Deputy Director of the Congressional 
        Budget Office since December of 1991;
Whereas he has served in that office since its creation in 1975: from 1975 to 
        1991 as the Assistant Director for Budget Analysis and in the post of 
        Acting Director from December 1987 to March of 1989;
Whereas prior to his tenure at the Congressional Budget Office, he has held 
        numerous positions within the Executive Branch of the Federal Government 
        including the Office of Management and Budget and the Department of 
        Labor;
Whereas he is internationally recognized for his expertise in budget and 
        finance;
Whereas he has instilled professionalism and integrity in generations of staff 
        at the Congressional Budget Office by his personal conduct and 
        leadership and has encouraged high standards of scholarship and clarity 
        of presentation from them;
Whereas he was the 1990 recipient of the Roger W. Jones Award for Executive 
        Leadership;
Whereas he has performed his various duties within the Congressional Budget 
        Office with intelligence while displaying calm leadership;
Whereas he possesses irreplaceable institutional knowledge which has been 
        indispensable to the effective functioning of the Congressional Budget 
        Office extending over a period of almost 25 years; and
Whereas he has earned the respect and esteem of the United States Senate: Now, 
        therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate of the United States commends James L. 
Blum for his many years of dedicated, faithful, and outstanding service 
to his country and to the Senate.
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