Barry Anderson

Mr. Anderson served for over 30 years in various positions in the United States Federal Government dealing with federal budgeting. He started at the General Accounting Office, then served for 18 years at the Office of Management and Budget as the senior career civil servant, and most recently, as the Deputy Director at the Congressional Budget Office.

In these positions, Mr. Anderson helped draft and implement the Budget Enforcement Act, the Gramm-Rudman Act, and every other major budget control act considered by the Congress. He also has been active in representing the United States in international meetings of senior budget officials held by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and he has been a member of the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board.

Mr. Anderson is presently serving as an internal consultant on budgetary control mechanisms to the International Monetary Fund. He received his MBA from the University of Washington in 1970 and his BS from the University of Illinois in 1969.