This is a guest post by Concord Coalition intern Rob Ryan
Congress and the Trump administration could save tens of billions of dollars by acting to improve efficiency and effectiveness in dozens of federal programs that range from Medicare to mi
As lawmakers start to move forward on spending legislation for the Fiscal 2019, it seems increasingly likely that they will skip an essential first step in the congressional budget proces
The United States has earned a dubious distinction, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF): It is the o
Guests on “Facing the Future” last week lamented new projections of trillion-dollar federal deficits beginning in Fiscal 2020 and discussed how recent tax and spending decisions had contr
The GOP-led Congress failed to pass a budget by April 15 this year, violating a federal law and earning another black mark on the party’s record of fiscal stewardship. . . .
WASHINGTON -- The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) today released projections that show sharp increases in the federal deficits and de
The budget agreement reached by Congress and signed on Friday by the president is what we feared.
It probably isn’t a good sign when a political project is initially mistaken for a joke.
The Trump administration unveiled its long-awaited infrastructure plan with great fanfare last month.