Daniel Scott Broder

Staff Member at Senate Committee on Appropriations

Daniel Scott Broder

Daniel Scott Broder

Staff Member at Senate Committee on Appropriations

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Senior Health Management Consultant at Clinovations LLC

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Class 1 Head Teacher at The Chapin School

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Editor, News Surveys at The New York Times Co.

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Former Assistant Secretary, Legislative & Intergovernmental Affairs at United States Department of Commerce

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Assistant Secretary of State, International Security & Non-Proliferation at United States Department of State

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Former Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of the Secretary at United States Department of State

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Senior Advisor at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC

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Vice President, Government Relations at Inova Health System

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Partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

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Daniel Scott Broder
Staff Member at Senate Committee on Appropriations
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Senior Health Management Consultant at Clinovations LLC

Clinovations LLC provides strategic, clinical, health information technology advisory and management consulting services. It offers strategic guidance and tactical support on how to leverage health information technology for population health initiatives. The company was founded by Trenor Williams in 2007 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

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Class 1 Head Teacher at The Chapin School

Chapin has a rich educational tradition dating back to 1901, when Maria Bowen Chapin founded the school. Our mission is to prepare a diverse and talented community of young women to thrive and lead in a global society through a dedication to academic excellence, personal integrity and community responsibility. No matter what path a Chapin student chooses to explore while at 100 East End Avenue, she does it under one roof with all of her peers, providing her with a wealth of opportunities for friendship and collaboration. At the heart of the Chapin community is our passionate faculty. Thoughtful and innovative, Chapin teachers encourage students to become self-directed learners who value scholarship and creativity. Faculty members also work closely with students as advisors, mentors and coaches, nurturing the girls’ social, emotional and physical well-being. Whether you’d like to explore our curriculum from Kindergarten to Class 12, learn more about our arts program or step in to a science class, you will find in these pages that Chapin is a school where young women flourish

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Editor, News Surveys at The New York Times Co.

The New York Times Co. is a media organization, which engages in creating, collecting, and distributing news and information. It operates through the news product and other interest-specific products, and related content and services. It offers newspapers, print, and digital products and investments. The firm manages The New York Times, NYTimes.com, and mobile applications. The company was founded by Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones on September 18, 1851 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP traces its roots back to 1885, when Worthington & Strong was founded by Judge William Worthington and Edward W. Strong. The firm practices across a wide range of industries, in virtually every area of law, including Business & Finance, Business Restructuring, Bankruptcy and Creditor Rights, Environmental, Health & Life Sciences, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Litigation, Private Client, Real Estate and Tax.

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The Senate Appropriations Committee is the largest committee in the U.S. Senate, consisting of 30 members in the 111th Congress. Its role is defined by the U.S. Constitution, which requires "appropriations made by law" prior to the expenditure of any money from the Federal treasury. The Committee, chaired by Barbara Mikulski (D-Maryland), writes the legislation that allocates federal funds to the numerous government agencies, departments, and organizations on an annual basis. Appropriations are limited to the levels set by a Budget Resolution, drafted by the Senate Budget Committee. 12 subcommittees are tasked with drafting legislation to allocate funds to government agencies within their jurisdictions. These subcommittees are responsible for reviewing the President's budget request, hearing testimony from government officials, and drafting the spending plans for the coming fiscal year. Their work is passed on to the full Senate Appropriations Committee, which may review and modify the bills and forward them to the full Senate for consideration. The Committee is also responsible for supplemental spending bills, which are sometimes needed in the middle of a fiscal year to compensate for emergency expenses. The Senate Appropriations Committee is located in S-128 of the Capitol.

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