Posted by Phil Swagel on September 29, 2023.
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Phillip L. Swagel is CBO’s Director
Lara Robillard, an analyst in CBO’s Budget Analysis Division, to the Leadership Fellowship Program at the National Hispanic Medical Association.
As ordered reported by the House Committee on Veterans Affairs on July 26, 2023.
H.R. 4278 would make several changes to disciplinary policies for employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Aa Presented by Richard DeKaser, Congressional Budget Office Director of Macroeconomic Analysis, to Economic and Financial Counselors from the European Union on September 14, 2023.
Forecast for 2023 to 2025:
A Report issued by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO):
“In CBO’s latest projections, economic growth slows and then picks up over the 2023–2025 period. That initial slowdown in economic growth drives up unemployment. Inflation continues to gradually decline.”
New from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
August 28, 2023 – Cost Estimate.
As ordered reported by the House Committee on Veterans Affairs on July 26 2023.
H.R. 3874 would make changes to education benefit programs administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The costs of those programs are paid from mandatory appropriations. Enacting the bill would decrease net direct spending by $5 million over the 2023-2033 period, CBO estimates.