Jeffrey Zients, deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

“We’re continuing to spend a lot of time out and about talking to the business community about their interactions with the government,” Jeffrey Zients, deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget said in an interview Tuesday. “I think we’re in good shape and we’ll make our recommendations to the president on June 9.”

Obama last month ordered Zients and other officials to draft plans to revamp the trade and export agencies within 90 days. Zients is leading a government-wide review that includes regular conversations with business leaders, lawmakers, federal workers and their union leaders.

Today he’s focused on Obama’s new orders asking agencies to draft new technology and customer service plans.

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