Federal Reserve Board Vice Chairman Alice M. Rivlin's resignation last week doubled the work load for the notoriously slow White House nominations machine, which now has two slots to fill on the seven-member board.

Susan M. Phillips quit the Fed board a year ago to become dean of George Washington University's business school. But the White House is still at least a month away from nominating Carol J. Parry to succeed her, an administration official said.

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