The Brookings Institution

Sep 17, 2019

To update and support The Fiscal Ship, an online game that challenges players to put the federal budget on a sustainable course.
Grant Amount (FY 2020): $155,000


To support the 2019 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2019): $5,000


To support the 2018 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2018): $4,500


To support the US 2050 project, which will explore demographic, fiscal, and socioeconomic trends that will shape the U.S. in the decades ahead
Grant Amount (FY 2018): $150,000


To support the 2017 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2017): $4,500


To support the 2016 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2016): $4,500


To support an update to the budget game Budget Hero.
Grant Amount (FY 2016): $350,000


To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2015): $4,500


To support the 2014 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.
Grant Amount (FY 2014): $4,500


To support a joint, bipartisan paper on the impact of taxes on economic growth.
Grant Amount (FY 2014): $100,000


To support the Budget for National Priorities Project, an accessible analysis of the country's fiscal situation that documents the problem and features possible solutions.
Grant Amount (FY 2009): $50,000


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