The House Budget Committee just released its budget plan for 2016. The proposal seeks to balance budgets, cut deficits, and trim government excess.
According to GAO, “The 2015 update identified 2 new high-risk areas and introduced a rating system for tracking progress.”
On Feb. 5, The Washington Times reported millions worth of taxpayer funds was being wasted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
On Monday, President Obama released his proposed budget plan for 2016. Today’s Top 5 Things to Know will take a closer look at the president’s plan.
From 2016-2025, the president’s new proposals calls for the government to spend $50.3 trillion and collect $44.7 trillion in tax revenue. Today’s Breaking it Down will take a further look at some of the spending in the president’s plan.
Next week, the White House is expected to release the budget proposal for fiscal year 2016. Breaking it Down takes a closer look at the incoming reports.
On Monday, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its annual update to the financial outlook for the government over the next decade. We take a look at the top 5 takeaways.
Today’s post takes a closer look at the 1,063-page long, $1.01 spending bill that proposes to keep the government funded until the next fiscal year
The Department Of Defense doesn’t know what happened to $3.3 Billion Dollars meant to sustain the Afghan National Security Force.
On July 31, the Taxpayer Protection Alliance (TPA) released a report detailing billions of dollars worth of lawmakers pet projects found in the 2015 House and Senate defense appropriations bills. In total, the group identified more than 240 earmarks worth almost $20 billion.