The Obama administration reported last week that it had achieved an initial goal of moving the Medicare payment system towards one that rewards value instead of volume.
House leaders head back to the drawing board after failing to convince reticent lawmakers to support a budget resolution that adheres to discretionary spending levels set in last fall’s b
On the verge of presidential primary voting in Georgia and other Super Tuesday states, former U.S. Comptroller General David M. Walker and Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L.
The economy has shown “substantial strength” in the past year, with rapid job growth, rising wages and growing consumer confidence, according to the 70th annual Economic Report of the Pre
House Republicans continue to debate how to approach this year’s budget work, with a large faction -- the Republican Study Committee (RSC) -- joining in the opposition to additional spend
House Republicans have pushed back their schedule for approving a budget resolution as some conservatives continue to oppose additional spending that was part of a bipartisan budget deal
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has told lawmakers that “mandatory” spending programs that are means-tested are expected to grow more slowly over the next 10 years than those that a
There is ample opportunity to make federal spending on highways more productive, according to a new Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report.
The administration is seeking roughly $1 billion in additional IRS funding that the agency says could improve customer service and step up enforcement work, resulting in billions of dolla