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Learn about what types of initiatives and programs are eligible for grants from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
By focusing fiscal policymaking more squarely on the long term and providing better tools to help enforce budget agreements over time, budget process reform could encourage long-term fiscal sustainability.
The budget of the U.S. Government is developed according to principles and statutory requirements defined by the Constitution and subsequent laws, including the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, which established the executive budget process, and the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974, which defined the congressional budget process. Further federal budgeting laws followed to help the Congress and the President manage the budget process and enforce budget decisions.
Peter G. Peterson Foundation Announces Second Phase of Solutions Initiative
In the summer of 2010, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation established its inaugural Fiscal Internship program in Washington DC, with the goal of supporting the development of young talent in the fiscal policy world. The program pairs college and graduate students interested in the nation’s economic future with public policy organizations working on fiscal issues.
To support CGI America's 2014 meeting and discussions on how to improve the nation's long-term economic competitiveness.
Grant Amount (FY 2014): $250,000
To support the second edition of the Nuclear Materials Security Index, a benchmarking project of nuclear materials security conditions on a country-by-country basis, along with the "Global Dialogue on Nuclear Security Priorities" forum.
Grant Amount (FY 2013): $500,000
To support a new initiative over a three year period to address federal fiscal issues by engaging the public and assisting policymakers on a non-partisan basis to help solve America's long-term fiscal challenges.
Grant Amount (FY 2011): $3,100,000
Policymakers use the federal budget process to establish spending priorities and to determine who will pay for those activities.