The Peterson-Pew Budget Commission met from 2009 to 2011 to make recommendations about how to improve the nation’s fiscal future. This site is historical and not regularly updated.

Peterson-Pew Commission Recommends Major Revisions to Federal Budget Process

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The Peterson-Pew Commission has released a series of recommendations for reforming the federal budget process as a way to help stabilize the nation’s debt as a share of the economy. The report, Getting Back in the Black, concentrates on three primary areas of improvement: fiscal targets, budgetary triggers, and improved transparency.

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