Office of Management and Budget Director's Records, 1973-1993  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Seattle (Wash.). Office of Management and Budget
Title
Office of Management and Budget Director's Records
Dates
1973-1993 (inclusive)
1992-1993 (bulk)
Quantity
6.6 cubic feet, (18 boxes)
Collection Number
5001-03
Summary
Records of the Director of Mangement and Budget concerning City of Seattle budgets, finance, and other issues.
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

In 1967 the Washington State Legislature amended Title 35 of the Revised Code of Washington to give the executive branch of government, in cities with population over 300,000, the responsibility for budget preparation and execution. Prior to this, these powers were vested in the legislative branch. Pursuant to this legislation, the City of Seattle created the Budget Office as a part of the Executive Department.

In May 1971, the office was expanded in scope and responsibility and retitled the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The creation of OMB represented an attempt by the Mayor to establish a separate professional organization to allocate and oversee the management of City resources. The agency was organized into four areas of responsibility: program budget, revenue estimating and analysis, grants management and management systems.

The office served in this capacity until 1995, when it was merged with the Planning Department to become the Office of Management and Planning (OMP). In early 1998, the Mayor divided the OMP , with the budget function going into the newly-formed City Budget Office (CBO), located in the Executive Services Department. After a 2001 reorganization, the newly created Department of Finance (DOF) directed the city budgeting process. In May 2002, the existing DOF was reorganized to create two separate departments: Department of Finance and Department of Executive Administration. DOF focused closely on financial management and was responsible for budget development and monitoring.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Departmental Correspondence, subject files, committee files and related material of the Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Files concern City budgets, finance, personnel administrative issues, as well as OMB staffing and re-organization.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Seattle Office of Management and Budget Director's Records, Record Series 5001-03. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

5001-03:  Director's Records, 1973-1993,   (bulk 1992-1993) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Correspondence: Diana
1992-1993
1/2
Correspondence: Stephen
1993
1/3
Accountability Contract
1992-1993
1/4
Accountability Work Team
1993
1/5
Administrative Services Department
1992-1993
1/6
Agreements / Contracts
1992-1993
1/7
Agreements / Contracts - Wellons Contract
1993
1/8
Americans With Disabilities Act
1991-1992
1/9
Appointments
1991-1993
1/10
Articles
1993
1/11
Arts Commission
1992-1993
1/12
Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Conference
1993
2/1
Asian Youth At Risk
1993
2/2
Assault / Sexual Assault
1992-1993
2/3
Assault / Violence
1992-1993
2/4
Boeing
1993
2/5
Bond Information
1992-1993
2/6
Bond Information: Museum Development Authority
1992-1993
2/7
Bond / King County Bond Issue
1992
2/8
Budget: Automated Budget System
1992
2/9
Budget: Biennial Budgeting
1992
2/10
Budget: 1993 Budget Process, Biennial Budgeting "Guinea Pigs"
1992
2/11
Budget: Other Cities
1993
2/12
Budget: Processes / Approaches
1993
2/13
Budget: Tracking
1992
2/14
Bumbershoot
1992
2/15
Business Climate
1993
2/16
Cabinet Retreat
1992
2/17
Cable TV
1993
2/18
Cable TV Refranchising
1992
2/19
Capital Facilities
1992
2/20
Capital Finance
1993
3/1
Capital Finance
1992-1993
3/2
Charter Amend
1974-1979
3/3
Children's Action Plan
1992
3/4
Children And Youth Action Plan (CYAP) Issues
1993
3/5
City And State
1992
3/6
City Auditor
1993
3/7
City Council
1992-1993
3/8
City Council: Business Meetings
1993
3/9
City Council Retreat
1992
3/10
City Council: Tom Weeks
1992
3/11
City Light Department
1993
3/12
Clean Washington Center
1992-1993
3/13
Combined Charities Campaign
1992-1993
3/14
Community Development
1991
4/1
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) / Human Services Program
1993
4/2
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) / Human Services Program
1992
4/3
Community Redevelopment Financing
-
4/4
Comprehensive Plan
1992-1993
4/5
Conservation Task Force
1992
4/6
Construction And Land Use
1992
4/7
Consultants Guidelines
1992-1993
4/8
Cost Allocation
1993
4/9
Criminal Justice Funding
1992-1993
4/10
Cultural Diversity
1992
4/11
Cumulative Reserve Fund
1993
4/12
Cumulative Reserve Fund: Rainier Community Center Second Gym
1992
4/13
Data Processing Advisor Committee
1992
4/14
Debt Management Policy Advisory Committee (DMPAC)
1992-1993
4/15
Debt Management Policy Advisory Committee (DMPAC)
1992-1993
5/1
Downtown Seattle Association Issues
1993
5/2
Downtown Seattle Association Issues
1993
5/3
Economic Advisory Board
1993
5/4
Economic Advisory Board
1994
5/5
Economic Development
1992-1993
5/6
Economic Development: Strategic Plan
1992-1993
5/7
Economic Forecasting
1993
5/8
Economic Stimulus
1993
5/9
Economic Stimulus
1993
6/1
Economic Stimulus
1993
6/2
Economic Stimulus
1993
6/3
Economic Stimulus
1993
6/4
Emergency Procedures
1987-1993
6/5
Engineering Department
1992-1993
6/6
Environmental Stewardship
1993
6/7
Ethics And Elections Commission
1992
6/8
Executive Work Programs
1993
6/9
Executive Work Programs
1993
6/10
Executive Work Programs
1993
7/1
Expenditure Survey
1992
7/2
Families And Education Levy
1991-1993
7/3
Finance Committee (Council)
1992-1993
7/4
Finance Department
1992-1993
7/5
Finance Managers
1993
7/6
Finance Transition
1992
7/7
Finance Transition Project
1992
7/8
Finance Transition Project
1992
7/9
Finance Transition Project
1992
7/10
Financial Outlook
1991-1993
7/11
Fire Department General Issues
1992
7/12
Firefighters' Pension
1992-1993
7/13
General Fund
1993
7/14
General Fund Cost Allocation
1992
7/15
Growth Management
1993
7/16
GSPA
1993
7/17
Guidelines / Policies / Procedures
1992
8/1
Health Care
1992
8/2
Health Care Reform
1993
8/3
Health Department
1992-1993
8/4
Health Department Study
1993
8/5
Health: Medicaid Managed Care
1992-1993
8/6
Health: Overhead Issues
1992
8/7
Health Policy
1993
8/8
Historic Theater: Transfer of Development Rights
1993
8/9
Housing And Human Services
1992-1993
8/10
Housing And Human Services: 8th And Dearborn Interdepartmental Task Force
1992-1993
8/11
Housing And Human Services: Comprehensive Housing Affordability Survey
1992
8/12
Housing And Human Services: Employer-Assisted Housing
1992-1993
8/13
Housing And Human Services: Summer Youth Employment
1992
8/14
Housing And Urban Development (HUD)
1992-1993
8/15
Human Rights Department
1993
9/1
Industrial Development Corp
1992-1993
9/2
Initiative 601 / 602
1993
9/3
Innovation Project
1993
9/4
Intergovernmental Relations Office
1992-1993
9/5
Intergovernmental Relations Office: Federal Update Report
1993
9/6
Intergovernmental Relations Office: Testimony
1993
9/7
International Life Sciences Institute
1992
9/8
Investment Committee
1992
9/9
Investment Committee: First Quarter Meeting
1992
9/10
Investment Committee: Financial Policies
-
9/11
Investment Committee: 1992 Investment Plan
1991
9/12
Investment Committee: 1st Quarter Investment Reports, Comptroller
1992
9/13
Investment Committee: 1st Quarter Investment Reports, Treasurer
1992
9/14
Judgment Claims
1992
9/15
King County
1993
10/1
Labor Relations Policy Committee
1992-1993
10/2
Law Department
1992
10/3
Law: Hughes Settlement
1992
10/4
Legislation / Ordinances
1992-1993
10/5
Levinson, Anne
-
10/6
Library Department
1992
10/7
Licenses And Consumer Affairs
1991-1993
10/8
Licenses And Consumer Affairs
1991-1993
10/9
Management Accountability
1993
10/10
Management Compensation
1988-1992
11/1
Management Compensation
1988-1992
11/2
Management Compensation
1991-1992
11/3
Management Excellence
1993
11/4
Mayor's Office
1992-1993
11/5
Mayor's Office: Cabinet
1993
11/6
Mayor's Office: Cabinet Retreat
1992
11/7
Mayor's Office: Letters
1993
11/8
Mayor's Office: Mayor's Retreat
1993
11/9
Mayor's Office: Project Management
1993
11/10
Mayor's Office: Property Management
1992-1993
11/11
Medical Waste Incineration
1993
11/12
METRO
1992
11/13
Municipal Court
1992
11/14
Municipal Court: Compensation
1992
11/15
Municipal Court: Fines And Forfeitures
1993
12/1
National Cooperative Highway Research Program
1992-1993
12/2
Neighborhood Business Council
1992
12/3
Neighborhoods
1992-1993
12/4
Noise Control
1992-1993
12/5
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Biographies
1993
12/6
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Budget
1992-1993
12/7
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): General
1992-1993
12/8
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Hiring Process
1992-1993
12/9
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Organizational Chart
1993
12/10
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Positions
1992
12/11
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Questionnaires And Position Descriptions
1992
12/12
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Retreat
1991-1992
12/13
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Retreat
1992-1993
13/1
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Staffing Issues
1992-1993
13/2
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Temporary Employment Service (TES) Employment
1988-1991
13/3
Office Of Management And Budget (OMB): Work Program
1993
13/4
Parks Department
1992-1993
13/5
Performance Appraisal
1990-1993
13/6
Personnel: Classification / Compensation
1992-1993
13/7
Personnel: Executive Leave
1993
13/8
Personnel: Executive Leave
1993
13/9
Personnel: Fair Labor Standards Act
1991-1993
14/1
Personnel: Health Care Benefits
1992-1993
14/2
Personnel: Health Care Rates
1992
14/3
Personnel: Out Of Class
1992
14/4
Personnel: Payroll, Personnel Systems (PPS / Human Resource Information System
1993
14/5
Personnel: Payroll, Personnel Systems (PPS) Policy
1992
14/6
Personnel: Policies / Guidelines
1992-1993
14/7
Personnel: Salary Schedule
1992-1993
14/8
Personnel: Union Information
1992
14/9
Personnel Department: EEO / Affirmative Action
1992-1993
14/10
Planning Department
1992-1993
14/11
Planning Department: Sandpoint Reuse
1993
14/12
Police Department
1992
14/13
Police Department - Civilianization Study
1992
14/14
Professional Council
1993
14/15
Project Management - Briefing Paper
1992-1993
14/16
Promenade 23 Project
1992-1993
14/17
Public Defender
1992
14/18
Public Development Authority (PDA)
1992
14/19
Public Development Authority (PDA) - Pike Place Market
1993
14/20
Public Hearings
1992
14/21
Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1992
14/22
Reconciliation Project
1992-1993
15/1
Retirement / COLA
1992
15/2
Retirement / COLA
1992
15/3
Revenue
1992-1993
15/4
Revenue: Business And Occupation Tax
1993
15/5
Revenue Forecasting Coordinating Team
1993
15/6
Revenue Update
1992
15/7
Risk Management
1993
15/8
Salary Savings Information
1993
15/9
Salary Settlement
1992-1993
15/10
Salary Step Exemption
1984-1993
15/11
Schools Capital Improvement Program II
1993
15/12
Seattle Center
1992
15/13
Seattle Commons
1992-1993
15/14
Seattle Commons: Increment Financing
1993
15/15
Seattle Financial Management System (SFMS)
1992-1993
16/1
Seattle Housing Authority
1992
16/2
Seattle-King County Convention And Visitors Bureau
1992-1993
16/3
Space Moves
1992-1993
16/4
Special Events Study
1990-1992
16/5
Special Projects Work / Program
1992
16/6
Speeches
1991-1992
16/7
Speeches - Misc Mayor's
1990-1991
16/8
State Auditor
1991-1993
16/9
State Proposed Budget
1993
16/10
State Tax
1993
16/11
State Tax
1993
16/12
Statements Of Legislative Intent Information
1992-1993
16/13
Statements Of Legislative Intent Information
1992-1993
17/1
Subcabinet: Housing And Human Services
1992-1993
17/2
Subcabinet Planning
1992-1993
17/3
Sustainability
1992-1993
17/4
Tax Information
1992-1993
17/5
Training: Policy Analysis
1993
17/6
Training: Policy Analysis
1993
17/7
Training / Seminars
1992-1993
17/8
Urban Agenda
1993
18/1
Variance Reporting
1992
18/2
Water Department
1992-1993
18/3
Water Shortage (Drought)
1992
18/4
Whistle Blower
1992
18/5
Women And Minority Business Enterprise
1993
18/6
Women's Rights Office
1992
18/7
World Affairs Council
1993
18/8
Year-End
1992-1993
18/9
Year -End
1992
18/10
Year-End-Carryover
1993

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Budget--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Public investments--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Personal Names :
  • Agostini, Stephen
  • Gale, Diana
  • Corporate Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.). Office of Management and Budget
  • Geographical Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.)
  • Seattle (Wash.)--Politics and government