Writing in The Hill, Institute founder & president Jonathan Bydlak discusses the “unknown knowns” of process reform. The Institute for Spending Reform has conducted original research that provides a useful guide for legislators who want to reform the nation’s broken budget process. We might not know what a good budget looks like, but we know what to avoid.

In today’s fraught political climate, it should be little surprise that nothing is immune from the ugliest of political battles. But this latest standoff is a particularly timely reminder of the realities of our broken budgeting process — and the biggest risk that comes when Congress attempts to reform.

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