Washington The newly elected US President Joe Biden may appoint Indian-American Neera Tandon as the director of the 'Office of Management and Budget' at the top post of the White House. The job of this office is to manage the budget of the administration. This information has been given in the local media's news on Sunday. If Tandon (50 )'s name is confirmed for the post in the US Senate as well, she will be the first black woman to head the influential 'Office of Management and Budget' in the White House. Tandon is currently the CEO of the left-leaning 'Center for American Progress'. According to 'The Wall Street Journal' news, Tandon's possible appointment is part of Biden's plan to form a team of liberal economic advisors to work with potential finance minister Janet Yellen. Many news reports said that Tandon,
According to the 'Washington Post', Tandon will be pressurized to curb government spending, but will likely play an important role in preparing the Biden administration's plan to deal with the current economic slowdown. According to the news, she has been a close aide of former US Secretary of State and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. Tandon helped pass the 'Affordable Care Act' in the Obama government. "The prospect of Neera Tandon being nominated for a cabinet-level position in the next administration is another proud day for Indian Americans," said MR Rangaswamy, founder of non-profit organization IndiaSpora. Their responsibility will be very wide.
Now there is no doubt that our community has become politically strong. "According to the Washington Post news, Cecilia Rouse, an economist at Princeton University, is likely to be appointed as the chair of the Economic Advisory Council. African-American Rouse will be the first black woman to become the president of the council, who will be instrumental in advising the president on the economy. Biden also plans to nominate Adewale Valley Adeyimo as Deputy Finance Minister. Jared Bernstein and Heather Boosey are likely to be named as members of their Economic Advisory Council. These announcements are likely on Tuesday.