In line with his goal of doubling U.S. exports by 2015, President Obama reiterated his plan to consolidate various federal offices charged with facilitating international trade in his proposal for the fiscal year 2014 budget. The administration believes that combining the offices will eliminate redundancies, while simplifying interactions between domestic businesses and the myriad federal agencies. The proposal aims to consolidate Commerce's core trade bureaus, Small Business Administration, USTR, Export-Import Bank, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, and Trade and Development Agency into a single department that has yet to be named. The budget also includes modest spending increases for all agencies included in the proposed consolidation. This element of the budget has met with support from both parties, however, concerns remain over including the USTR in the consolidation. Critics fear that the USTR, which has been highly effective negotiating trade deals as a small office within the Executive Office of the President, might be impaired by joining the new agency.