Senate Amendment 2652 as proposed by Senator McConnell on September 8, 2020
As ordered reported by the House Committee on Natural Resources on July 29, 2020
As ordered reported by the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on October 1, 2020
As ordered reported by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on September 16, 2020
As reported by the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works on May 11, 2020
As ordered reported by the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on May 20, 2020
As ordered reported by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on July 22, 2020
As passed by the House of Representatives on October 1, 2020
This paper describes key methods that the Congressional Budget Office used to estimate the effects on economic output of the laws enacted in response to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
This interactive workbook allows users to see how revenues and outlays that differed from those in CBO’s September 2020 baseline budget projections would increase or decrease net interest costs and thus affect deficits and debt.
Presentation by Molly Dahl, Chief of the Long-Term Analysis Unit in CBO’s Health, Retirement, and Long-Term Analysis Division, to the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology and the Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics.
In a cost estimate prepared in October 2000, the Congressional Budget Office estimated that spending for new health care benefits for military retirees would total about $57 billion over the 2003–2010 period; actual costs over that period were about $55 billion.
Presentation by Joshua Shakin, Chief of the Revenue Estimating Unit in CBO’s Tax Analysis Division, to the Federation of Tax Administrators.