Oversees the President’s “Management Agenda” and develops the President’s annual budget request.
Mulvaney initially joined the Trump Administration as Director of the Office of Management in Budget. He also served briefly as Acting Director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from 2017-2018. After the departure of former Chief of Staff John Kelly, President Trump announced that Mulvaney would fill in as acting Chief of Staff, increasing the former Congressman’s influence in the White House.
Prior to his time in the Office of Management and Budget, Micky Mulvaney represented South Carolina from 2011 to 2017 in Congress, where he served on the Financial Services and the Oversight & Government Reform committees. In addition to his work at the federal level, Mulvaney previously served in the South Carolina Senate and in the private sector as a trained lawyer and businessman.