The OMB org chart ensures that the President's vision is carried out across the Executive Branch. The OMB org chart depicts its mission through five major functions distributed across executive departments and agencies. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is the largest office of the President of the United States' Executive Office (EOP). The President's budget is the most visible function of OMB. Still, it also examines agency programs, policies, and procedures to ensure they comply with the President's policies and coordinates inter-agency policy initiatives. The five Resource Management Offices, organized along functional lines similar to the federal government and each led by an OMB associate director, are the largest components of OMB. Approximately half of all OMB staff are assigned to these offices, and most of them are women.