Federal Budget Reform Proposals

Dec 13, 2011


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New America Foundation

The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget and the Peterson-Pew Commission held a discussion on proposals for reforming the federal budget process. Speakers included House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan and Ranking Member Chris Van Hollen. The discussion focused on ideas such as multi-year budgeting, budgeting for emergencies and fiscal rules.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget and the Peterson-Pew Commission held a discussion on proposals for reforming the federal budget process. Speakers included House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan and Ranking Member Chris Van Hollen. The discussion focused on ideas such as multi-year budgeting, budgeting for emergencies and fiscal rules.

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  • Penny, Timothy J.
  • Joyce, Philip G.
  • Phaup, Marvin
  • Nussle, James
  • Spratt, John M Jr.
  • Redburn, Steve
  • Posner, Paul
  • Van Hollen, Christopher
  • Ryan, Paul
  • Frenzel, William Eldridge
  • Penny, Timothy J.

    Member President's Cmsn.to Strengthen Social Security
    02:22:00 of 01:54:12
  • Joyce, Philip G.

    Professor University of Maryland, College Park->School of Public Policy
    01:48:30 of 01:54:12
  • Phaup, Marvin

    Project Director Pew Charitable Trusts->Federal Budget Reform Initiative
    01:28:24 of 01:54:12
  • Nussle, James

    President and COO Growth Energy
    01:26:16 of 01:54:12
  • Spratt, John M Jr.

    U.S. Representative (Former) [D] South Carolina
    01:05:05 of 01:54:12
  • Redburn, Steve

    Project Director Peterson-Pew Commission on Budget Reform
    01:01:48 of 01:54:12
  • Posner, Paul

    Professor George Mason University->Public Administration
    30:26 of 01:54:12
  • Van Hollen, Christopher

    U.S. Representative [D] Maryland
    04:48 of 01:54:12
  • Ryan, Paul

    U.S. Representative [R] Wisconsin
    02:30 of 01:54:12
  • Frenzel, William Eldridge

    U.S. Representative (Former) [R] Minnesota
    01:28 of 01:54:12