Today CBO released a letter that contains an estimate of the change in federal costs, adjusted for the cost of market risk, that might result from enactment of the Presidents proposal to prohibit new federal guarantees of stud
Today CBO released a letter responding to a request from the Ranking Members of four House committees for additional information about the effects of health insurance coverage specifications reflected in the Americas Affordable
Yesterday CBO released a letter to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer analyzing some possible approaches for giving the President broad authority to make changes in the Medicare program.
In this years discussion of health reform, many people have put forth the goals of bending the curve of the federal budgetary commitment to health care, the federal budget deficit, or overall national health expenditures.
In the past few days, I've received many calls and e-mail messages from people around the country commenting on my participation in a meeting this past Monday at the White House.
This morning President Obama said that he had met with the Congressional Budget Office regarding cost savings in health reform legislation. A number of people have asked me what happened, so heres the story:
Yesterday CBO released a preliminary analysis, conducted with the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT), of H.R. 3200, the Americas Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009, as introduced by several House committees on July 14.
CBO released a study today that examines alternatives to current Navy and Coast Guard long-term procurement strategies for their small surface ships known as small combatants.
Today I hadthe opportunity to testify before the Senate Budget Committeeabout CBOs most recent analysis of the long-term budget outlook.