Presentation by Molly Dahl, CBO’s Long-Term Analysis Unit Chief, at the American Enterprise Institute’s panel discussion “Methodologies in Fiscal, Economic, and Health Spending Projections.”
Presentation by Lara Robillard, an analyst in CBO’s Budget Analysis Division, to the Leadership Fellowship Program at the National Hispanic Medical Association.
- Cost Estimate
As Posted on the Rules Committee Website on September 17, 2023 (https://rules.house.gov/bill/118/hr-0)
The federal budget deficit was $1.5 trillion in the first 11 months of fiscal year 2023, CBO estimates—$0.6 trillion more than the shortfall recorded during the same period last year.
In response to a request from Budget Committee Chairman Jodey Arrington, CBO provides information about the agency’s long-term projections of gross federal debt. By the end of 2053, such debt is projected to reach 192 percent of GDP.
Presentation by Sebastien Gay, CBO’s Director of Financial Analysis, to the MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy’s 10th annual conference.
- Blog Post
CBO Director Phillip Swagel discusses his most recent presentations on the U.S. economic and fiscal outlook.
CBO’s Projections of Federal Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts: 2023 to 2033
This report presents CBO’s projections of revenues and outlays for the 2023–2033 period translated into the framework of the national income and product accounts and their categories of current receipts and expenditures.
CBO estimates the costs of federal credit programs in 2024 in two ways—following procedures prescribed by the Federal Credit Reform Act and using a fair-value approach, which measures the market value of the government’s obligations.
In a report required by law, CBO provides information on the limits that apply to discretionary budget authority in 2024. Because no statutory caps are in place for fiscal year 2023, there will be no sequestration for the current fiscal year.