In September of 2012, the Office of Management and Budget issued a report detailing the upcoming sequester’s effects on various federal agencies. According to Reason, one of those listed cuts is to an agency that was closed three months before the report’s release.
The report, issued by the White House’s OMB, said that the National Drug Intelligence Center would lose 8.2 percent of its $20 million budget. But the center was shut down in June of 2012, according to its website. “Might there be other errors in the OMB’s report?” associate editor Mike Riggs wonders.