Dr. F. Stevens (Steve) Redburn is a distinguished lecturer, budget advisor, and authority on financial management, government performance, budgeting processes, and public policy with over 25 years of experience as a senior government official in the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Prior to his government career, he directed the Center for Urban Studies at Youngstown State University in Ohio. As a Senior Executive in the Executive Office of the President (OMB), Steve Redburn advised the President and his senior staff on all aspects of budget, policy, legislation, program design and performance, and regulations concerning major Federal agencies and programs. He provided options and analyses for policy, regulation, management, and spending in the areas of housing, housing finance, economic development, community development, and urban policy. From 2002 to 2006, he participated with many other OMB staff in developing and administering the PART program assessment tool as a basis for budgeting. In 2006, he received the lifetime government service award from NeighborWorks America. In 2020, he was presented with the Howard Career Achievement Award by the Association of Budgeting and Financial Management.
Banking/Financial Regulation, Budget and Finance, Government Operations/Innovation, Housing, International Aid and Development, Poverty, Urban Affairs
Academic Faculty, Budgeting and Finance, Performance Measurement, Strategic Planning