Brozen finishes OMB detail, returns to NASA

Richard Brozen, a special advisor on the federal government's enterprise architecture efforts since last April, ended his stint with the Office of Management and Budget and returned to NASA last week.

Brozen came to OMB in April 2003 on detail after serving as deputy CIO for management at NASA. Now back at the space agency, he will be working in the CIO's office, but his specific functions have not been determined.

'Working at OMB was a wonderful series of challenges and opportunities,' Brozen said.

During his tenure with OMB, Brozen helped finish the Data Reference Model, the fifth and final piece to the Federal Enterprise Architecture, and helped update the other four reference models.

In addition to his work on the FEA, Brozen assisted in developing the agency guidance and reporting requirements for the implementation of the E-Government Act.

Brozen, who also has worked for the Environmental Protection Agency and the Government Accountability Office, received a master's degree in finance and administration and a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Denver.

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