Prior to joining NIST MEP, Anne-Louise Marquis was a Senior Budget Analyst at the Department of Justice, working as program manager for the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Program. She provided recommendations for funding allocations to DOJ components, oversight of execution of no-year and two-year funds, reviewed performance reporting, and served as editor of the Annual Report. In addition, she was the DOJ lead in discussions with the Department of Health and Human Service (HHS), HHS Office of Inspector General, congressional appropriations committees, and the White House Domestic Policy Council. Before arriving at DOJ, Anne-Louise spent almost eight years as a budget analyst in the Department of Commerce Office of Budget, Office of the Secretary. There her accounts included the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and strategic planning and performance issues. While at DOC she did two details, one in the NIST Budget Office, and one at OMB Commerce Branch. Prior to becoming a budget analyst, she worked at the Smithsonian Institution in various capacities, including as a Program Specialist for the Under Secretary of Art working on budget formulation, performance issues, strategic planning, infrastructure planning, and World War II Cultural Property issues and related Web site. Anne-Louise began her career as an art historian at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and worked for 13 years at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden as a research associate and Web master. She holds a MBA and a MA in Art History both from George Washington University, and a BA in Art History and French from Kalamazoo College.