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GOP Pulls Dirty Trick To Make Tax Cuts Even Easier To Pass
GOP Pulls Dirty Trick To Make Tax Cuts Even Easier To Pass
DATE: 2015/01/10::
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CBO Confirms Health Care Law Reduces Workforce
CBO Confirms Health Care Law Reduces Workforce
DATE: 2011/02/10::
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CBO: President
CBO: President's "Stimulus" Hurts Long-Term Economic Growth
DATE: 2011/11/15::
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Congressional Budget Office leaks Healthcare bill Catastrophe
Congressional Budget Office leaks Healthcare bill Catastrophe
DATE: 2010/03/20::
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2013 Deficit To Shrink To $642 Billion  Congressional Budget Office
2013 Deficit To Shrink To $642 Billion Congressional Budget Office
DATE: 2013/05/15::
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House Budget Committee: Hearing on The Congressional Budget Office
House Budget Committee: Hearing on The Congressional Budget Office's Budget and Economic Outlook
DATE: 2014/02/05::
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Congressional Budget Office defends the stimulus
Congressional Budget Office defends the stimulus
DATE: 2012/06/07::
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United States News - Chris Brown, Congressional Budget Office, Eva Longoria, Kasich Backs Medicaid,
United States News - Chris Brown, Congressional Budget Office, Eva Longoria, Kasich Backs Medicaid,
DATE: 2013/02/06::
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Congressional Budget Office director explains how repealing Obamacare would add to deficits
Congressional Budget Office director explains how repealing Obamacare would add to deficits
DATE: 2013/09/18::
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MidPoint |  Dr. Elaina George to discuss how the Congressional Budget Office
MidPoint | Dr. Elaina George to discuss how the Congressional Budget Office
DATE: 2014/09/02::
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Congressional Budget Office Predicts Unsustainable Debt
Congressional Budget Office Predicts Unsustainable Debt
DATE: 2013/09/17::
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The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Says Obama Is Wrong
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Says Obama Is Wrong
DATE: 2009/07/16::
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11/18/09 Congressional Budget Office
11/18/09 Congressional Budget Office's Tooth Fairy Accounting
DATE: 2009/11/19::
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N the Know: What does the Congressional Budget Office do?
N the Know: What does the Congressional Budget Office do?
DATE: 2010/09/22::
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Medicaid News - Rick Snyder, Congressional Budget Office, Harry Reid, Medicare
Medicaid News - Rick Snyder, Congressional Budget Office, Harry Reid, Medicare
DATE: 2013/02/06::
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Doug Holtz Eakin -- Former Director of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
Doug Holtz Eakin -- Former Director of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
DATE: 2014/02/21::
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Non-Partisan Congressional Budget Office
Non-Partisan Congressional Budget Office
DATE: 2011/01/21::
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News - Deborah Hersman, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Congressional Budget Office
News - Deborah Hersman, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Congressional Budget Office
DATE: 2013/02/06::
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Douglas Holtz Eakin -- Former Director of the Congressional Budget Office
Douglas Holtz Eakin -- Former Director of the Congressional Budget Office
DATE: 2013/11/15::
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Senator Ensign Questions Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Elmendorf
Senator Ensign Questions Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Elmendorf
DATE: 2010/09/29::
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Economy of the United States News - Timothy Geithner, Congressional Budget Office, DELL, Bureau of t
Economy of the United States News - Timothy Geithner, Congressional Budget Office, DELL, Bureau of t
DATE: 2013/02/06::
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Political Soup: Environmental Policies, Obamacare, and Congressional Budget Office - segment 3
Political Soup: Environmental Policies, Obamacare, and Congressional Budget Office - segment 3
DATE: 2013/04/09::
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Scoring the Immigration Reform Bill: An Analysis of the CBO
Scoring the Immigration Reform Bill: An Analysis of the CBO's Numbers
DATE: 2013/06/20::
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CBO Director: ACA will *reduce* unemployment
CBO Director: ACA will *reduce* unemployment
DATE: 2014/02/05::
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CBO: President
CBO: President's Speech Not A Serious Budget Plan
DATE: 2011/06/23::
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Obamacare to Cost $50,000 Per Person CBO Says
Obamacare to Cost $50,000 Per Person CBO Says
DATE: 2015/01/27::
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The 2014 Long-Term Budget Outlook | House Budget Committee Hearing
The 2014 Long-Term Budget Outlook | House Budget Committee Hearing
DATE: 2014/09/12::
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Crapo To CBO Director: Can We Continue To Spend Ourselves Into Prosperity On Borrowed Money?
Crapo To CBO Director: Can We Continue To Spend Ourselves Into Prosperity On Borrowed Money?
DATE: 2015/01/28::
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Congressional Budget Office truthiness infects the traditional media
Congressional Budget Office truthiness infects the traditional media
DATE: 2014/02/05::
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CBO SLAMS Obama
CBO SLAMS Obama's recovery: No Jobs for YEARS
DATE: 2014/03/04::
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Van Hollen Opening Statement at Hearing on the CBO
Van Hollen Opening Statement at Hearing on the CBO's Long-Term Budget Outlook
DATE: 2012/06/06::
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Rep. Yarmuth Questions CBO Director Elmendorf
Rep. Yarmuth Questions CBO Director Elmendorf
DATE: 2014/07/17::
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Top 1% Doubled Income In Last 30 Years - CBO Report
Top 1% Doubled Income In Last 30 Years - CBO Report
DATE: 2011/10/26::
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CBO Director  ObamaCare Decreases Incentive to Work
CBO Director ObamaCare Decreases Incentive to Work
DATE: 2014/02/05::
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Ron Paul
Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 6/11/12: The CBO Sees the Economic Cliff Ahead
DATE: 2012/06/12::
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Medicare: Not Such A Budget-Buster Anymore
Medicare: Not Such A Budget-Buster Anymore
DATE: 2014/09/05::
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The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2014 to 2024 | Senate Budget Committee Hearing
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DATE: 2014/09/12::
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CBO--SNOWJOB!!
CBO--SNOWJOB!!
DATE: 2013/06/20::
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Terrible News About The Deficit (For Obama-Hating Republicans)
Terrible News About The Deficit (For Obama-Hating Republicans)
DATE: 2014/02/10::
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The Rising Cost of Healthcare in the United States lecture by Alice Rivlin
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DATE: 2015/03/17::
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Year Five of the Affordable Care Act: The Budgets, Deficit and Spending
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DATE: 2015/03/23::
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Sen. Harry Reid Press Conference 10/26/09
Sen. Harry Reid Press Conference 10/26/09
DATE: 2009/10/26::
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Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Conference Committee Meeting
Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Conference Committee Meeting
DATE: 2014/09/12::
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Students Loans Are HUGE Profit-Centers For The Government
Students Loans Are HUGE Profit-Centers For The Government
DATE: 2014/04/19::
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Senator Crapo Q&A with CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf
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DATE: 2010/06/30::
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Senate Budget Committee Hearing | 2.11.14 | Chairman Murray Opening Remarks
Senate Budget Committee Hearing | 2.11.14 | Chairman Murray Opening Remarks
DATE: 2014/02/12::
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Capital Account TV Exclusive Interview of CBO Mortgage Fraud Whistleblower!
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DATE: 2012/05/30::
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The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2015 to 2025 | Press Briefing
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I'M TALKING TO YOU
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How Fiscal Cliff Deal Cost Us Trillions
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Congressional Budget Office
Seal of the United States Congress.svg
Agency overview
Formed July 12, 1974
Headquarters Ford House Office Building, 4th Floor
Second and D Streets, SW
Washington, D.C. 20515
Employees 235
Annual budget $46.8 million
(FY 2011)
Agency executive Keith Hall, Director
Website www.cbo.gov/

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is a federal agency within the legislative branch of the United States government that provides budget and economic information to Congress.[1] The CBO was created as a nonpartisan agency by the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974.

History[edit]

The Congressional Budget Office was created by Title II of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act (P.L. 93-344), which was signed into law by President Richard Nixon on July 12, 1974. Official operations began on February 24, 1975, with Alice Rivlin as director.

Mission[edit]

The CBO's mandate is to provide Congress with:

  • Objective, nonpartisan, and timely analysis to aid in economic and budgetary decisions on a wide array of programs covered by the federal budget;
  • And the information and estimates required by the Congressional budget process.[2]

With respect to estimating spending for Congress, the Congressional Budget Office serves a purpose parallel to that of the Joint Committee on Taxation for estimating revenue for Congress, the Department of the Treasury for estimating revenues for the Executive. This includes projections on the effect on national debt and cost estimates for legislation.[3]

Operations[edit]

Section 202(e) of the Budget Act requires submission by CBO to the House and Senate Committees on the Budget periodic reports about fiscal policy and to provide baseline projections of the federal budget. This is currently done by preparation of an annual Economic and Budget Outlook plus a mid-year update. The agency also each year issues An Analysis of the President's Budgetary Proposals for the upcoming fiscal year per a standing request of the Senate Committee on Appropriations. These three series are designated essential titles distributed to Federal Depository Libraries and are available for purchase from the Government Printing Office. CBO also prepares reports and issues briefs and provides testimony often in response to requests of the various Congressional Committees. It also issues letters responding to queries made to it by members of Congress....

Leadership[edit]

The Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President pro tempore of the Senate jointly appoint the CBO Director, after considering recommendations from the two budget committees. The term of office is four years, with no limit on the number of terms a Director may serve. Either House of Congress, however, may remove the Director by resolution. At the expiration of a term of office, the person serving as Director may continue in the position until his or her successor is appointed.

Divisions[edit]

The Congressional Budget Office is divided into eight divisions.[4]

  • Budget Analysis
  • Financial Analysis
  • Health, Retirement, and Long-Term Analysis
  • Macroeconomic Analysis
  • Management, Business, and Information Services
  • Microeconomic Studies
  • National Security
  • Tax Analysis

Directors of the Congressional Budget Office[edit]

Ford House Office Building
Name[5] Begin Date End Date
Hall, KeithKeith Hall April 1, 2015 Present
Elmendorf, Douglas W.Douglas W. Elmendorf January 22, 2009 March 31, 2015
Sunshine, Robert A.Robert A. Sunshine (Acting) November 25, 2008 January 22, 2009
Orszag, Peter R.Peter R. Orszag January 18, 2007 November 25, 2008
Marron Jr., Donald B.Donald B. Marron Jr. (Acting) December 29, 2005 January 2007
Holtz-Eakin, DouglasDouglas Holtz-Eakin February 5, 2003 December 29, 2005
Anderson, Barry B.Barry B. Anderson (Acting) January 3, 2003 February 5, 2003
Crippen, Dan L.Dan L. Crippen February 3, 1999 January 3, 2003
Blum, JamesJames Blum (Acting) January 29, 1999 February 3, 1999
O'Neill, June E.June E. O'Neill[6] March 1, 1995 January 29, 1999
Reischauer, Robert D.Robert D. Reischauer March 6, 1989 February 28, 1995
Blum, James L.James L. Blum (Acting)
March 6, 1989
Gramlich, EdwardEdward Gramlich (Acting) April 28, 1987
Penner, Rudolph G.Rudolph G. Penner September 1, 1983 April 28, 1987
Rivlin, Alice M.Alice M. Rivlin February 24, 1975 August 31, 1983

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sullivan, Arthur; Steven M. Sheffrin (2003). Economics: Principles in action. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458: Pearson Prentice Hall. p. 388. ISBN 0-13-063085-3. 
  2. ^ "CBO Fact Sheet". Congressional Budget Office. Retrieved 10 June 2011. 
  3. ^ http://www.cbo.gov/about/overview
  4. ^ "Staffing and Organization". Congressional Budget Office. Retrieved 19 February 2014. 
  5. ^ "Congressional Budget Office: Appointment and Tenure of the Director and Deputy Director" (PDF). 
  6. ^ Garrett, Major (February 8, 1995). "Professor chosen as CBO director; O'Neill worked for Nixon, Ford". The Washington Times. p. A11. 
    "Leader chosen for Congress Budget Office". The New York Times. Associated Press. February 11, 1995. p. 9. 
    Piain, Eric (February 11, 1995). "Professor named new CBO head; June O'Neill favors price index change". The Washington Post. p. A4. 
    Hill, Patrice (February 11, 1995). "Chambers compromise on pick; Conventional economist O'Neill gets nod to head CBO". The Washington Times. p. A4. 
    Wines, Michael (April 23, 1995). "From the Bronx to the Budget Office; A free-market theorist is Congress's new top number cruncher". The New York Times. p. 20. 
    Piain, Eric (September 4, 1995). "Honeymoon over for Kasich and handpicked budget maven". The Washington Post. p. A23. 
    Stevenson, Richard W. (October 29, 1998). "$70 billion surplus as U.S. closes books on 1998 fiscal year". The New York Times. p. A20. 
    Piain, Eric (October 29, 1998). "June O'Neill to depart CBO early; Embattled director to return to academia". The Washington Post. p. A25. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Allen Schick, Felix LoStracco The Federal Budget: Politics, Policy, Process. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 2000.
  • Phillip Joyce, "The Congressional Budget Office: Honest Numbers, Power, and Policymaking". Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2011.

External links[edit]

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