Every year federal agencies, the White House's Office of Management and Budget, and Congress work on a budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which runs from October 1 through September 30. It is a complicated and confusing process, one that government affairs teams have to follow closely to make sure their issues are represented fairly.
While the federal budget process has an official timeline, it doesn't always go according to plan.
Watch our recorded webinar to learn how the budget is created and approved and what to know about this year’s budget.
Experts will discuss:
What we can expect in the federal budget process over the coming months
Where the disagreements and concessions will be made
What proposed additions and cuts will be finalized
Peter Cohn, Policy Editor, CQ Roll Call
Lindsey McPherson, Senior Reporter, CQ Roll Call
Laura Weiss, Tax and Economic Policy Reporter, CQ Roll Call
John Donnelly, Senior Writer, CQ Roll Call