Center for the Study of Environmental Endocrine Effects

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Thorne G Auchter, at one time Ronald Reagan's director of the OSHA and James J Tozzi ex Reaganite deputy administrator of Office of Management & Budget (OMB) and head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) were both forced out of their jobs by years of inaction in providing any useful services (other than to the libertarian wing of the Republican Party).

Along with their close friend George L Carlo they went on a think-tank-formation spree -- which provided a multitude of services to companies and industries with poisoning and polluting problems.

This group also ran Federal Focus, Multinational Business Services (MBS), Health Policy Institute (HPI), Institute for Regulatory Policy (IRP), Center for the Study of Environmental Endocrine Effects (CSEEE), Center for Epidemiological Studies (CES), and Center for Regulatory Effectiveness (CRE)

It is not clear how much Carlo was directly involved with the above organisations, but Auchter was a partner in at least one of Carlo's impressive suites of think-tanks and fake scientific projects.