There are no typical days at CBO. Some days analysts write quick-turnaround cost estimates for legislation that is headed to the floor for a vote. Other days bring opportunities to work in-depth on studies of budgetary and economic issues. Still other days might involve preparing testimony for Congressional committee hearings, hosting a foreign delegation here to learn about how CBO does its analysis, or participating in a conference or seminar.

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