Browsing articles by "Staff, Author at Institute for Spending Reform"

NEW REPORT: Afghan Withdrawal Could Save Up to $386 Billion in Four Years

In what has been a blockbuster week for Afghanistan news with the release of the Afghanistan Papers by the Washington Post, a groundbreaking new analysis by the Institute for Spending Reform, Rethinking Afghanistan, shows that a troop withdrawal from the country could save up to $386 billion over the next four years. For context, that […] Read More >>

Bydlak to Testify on Capitol Hill

Institute President Jonathan Bydlak will testify this Wednesday on Capitol Hill about the rise of unauthorized appropriations. The hearing, titled “Rise of the Zombies: The Unauthorized and Unaccountable Government You Pay For” is being held by the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Federal Spending Oversight and Emergency Management and will be held on October 30th at […] Read More >>

This year’s budget deficit is already higher than last year’s

In news that should not be surprising for anyone following recent budgeting, the deficit is reaching historic highs. The Treasury Department noted in its monthly statement that it was up 27% from the same time period last year, reaching $866.8 billion in the first 10 months of the fiscal year. And this situation is only […] Read More >>