Five Reasons for the CBO's Success
History is chock full of instances where key initiatives of a majority party were called into question by the Congressional Budget Office. Yet it survives.
Our Management Insights colleague Philip Joyce writes that it is nothing short of amazing that the United States Congress -- as partisan an institution as it is possible to imagine -- actually tolerates the Congressional Budget Office. READ MORE
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