The Budget Document is a Priority Document and a Political One

Courtney Bublé and Eric Katz join the podcast to discuss Biden's budget blueprint.

These Are the 11 Most Significant Agency and Program Reforms in Biden's Budget

See how the president is prioritizing his proposed budget increases at nearly every agency in government.

Workforce and Service Delivery Still Front and Center in Biden’s 2024 Budget

The White House’s fiscal roadmap continues to focus on rebuilding the federal workforce and making it easier to obtain services from agencies.

How Would Your Agency Do Under Biden's 2024 Budget Request?

Only two Cabinet level departments would see decreases under the plan.

Accountability and Cost Efficiency Goals Amplified in Biden’s $6.9 Trillion Budget Proposal

This is just a wish list, as the administration still has to hammer out an agreement with a divided Congress.

Biden Officially Proposes an Average 5.2% Pay Increase for Federal Workers and the Military in 2024

The largest proposed pay raise for federal employees since the Carter administration still falls short of the demands of some Democrats and unions.

Biden Reportedly Will Propose a 5.2% Pay Raise for Feds in 2024

This would mark the largest boost federal employees have seen since the Carter administration, but still falls short of union and Democrats’ demands.

New Estimate: Lawmakers Have Until mid-August to Avoid 'Cataclysmic' Debt Ceiling Breach

In most likely scenario, federal employees are either furloughed or forced to work without pay.

Commission Looks for Ways to Speed Up Pentagon Budget Process to Keep Pace With China

The goal of the review is to adapt a decades-old way of doing things for the modern era.

In Preview of Debt Limit Fight, House Republicans Target Climate Funds

A House Environment subcommittee voted to claw back $27 billion from President Biden’s climate law, signaling what the GOP may demand in future budget negotiations.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Sues Joe Biden Over Signing Federal Spending Package

The attorney general argued the House unconstitutionally passed its federal spending bill because not enough members were physically present to vote. Both Republicans and Democrats voted by proxy throughout the pandemic.

U.S. Likely to Default on Debt between July and September unless Congress Acts, CBO Says

Congressional Budget Office cautioned that the window is uncertain, since amount of money flowing into federal government from taxes, other revenue fluctuates

Biden and McCarthy Hold ‘Productive’ and ‘Frank’ Debt Limit Talks as Fiscal Cliffs Loom

“I thought this was a very productive conversation,” the Speaker of the House said.

The Debt Limit Fight May Have Long-Term Budget Consequences

Doug Criscitello joins the podcast to discuss the effects of a prolonged fight and how it will affect government operations.