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Addressing our nation’s long-term fiscal challenges is essential to building an economic future that is dynamic, innovative, competitive, compassionate and full of opportunity for the next generation.
As CBO celebrates its 40th anniversary — and as Congress considers appointing a new director — there is a key opportunity for policymakers to reaffirm their support for the independence of this agency.
CBO finds that under the President’s budget, debt would remain at historically high levels over the next ten years, interest costs would climb sharply, and mandatory spending would continue to grow while funding for discretionary programs declines to historically low levels.
PGPF Solutions Initiative III plans from five think tanks show declining federal debt through 2039.
A new paper explores policy options that foster greater economic opportunity and mobility, specifically considering what they believe to be the most effective role government can play in achieving these goals.
The IMF raises concerns that progress on important fiscal issues is being hampered by political dysfunction in Washington, which “creates a level of fiscal uncertainty that is damaging to the U.S. economy."
A new report from The Volcker Alliance looks at fiscal practices at the state-government level.
Recently PGPF President and CEO Michael A. Peterson sat down with SiriusXM host Perri Peltz to discuss America's fiscal future.
An op-ed by PGPF Founder and Chairman Pete Peterson is featured today in USA Today.