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Senate Budget GOP
Official Twitter account for the Republican members of the Senate Budget Committee. Chaired by U.S. of Wyoming.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 6
Replying to @BudgetGOP
This can help the federal government carry out long-term initiatives in the most effective and efficient way possible and ensure taxpayer funds are being used responsibly.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 6
The can help modernize our financial management structures and make it easier for federal agencies to make better informed policy decisions using enhanced performance data.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 6
Replying to @USGAO
These recommendations from can help further improve government-wide financial management. Better financial management will lead to more efficiency, accountability, data, and ultimately better federal budgets.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 6
When the CFO Act was signed into law nearly 30 years ago, it laid a new foundation for federal financial management. Unfortunately, in many cases the government is unable to show the relationship between dollars spent and results achieved.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 6
ICYMI - New GAO Report Shows Need to Improve Federal Financial Management - Agency Points to Fixes Contained in Enzi’s CFO Vision Act
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 6
NEWS - New GAO Report Shows Need to Improve Federal Financial Management - Agency Points to Fixes Contained in Enzi’s CFO Vision Act
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 4
Replying to @BudgetGOP
(4/4)- The House virus bill includes billions for student loan forgiveness regardless of the person’s income and ability to repay.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 4
Replying to @BudgetGOP
(3/4)- The House bill includes a massive giveaway worth more than $136 billion for wealthy individuals living in high-tax states.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 4
Replying to @BudgetGOP
(2/4)- The House bill includes $60 billion bailout for union pensions.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 4
THREAD (1/4)- The Congressional Budget Office says the bill passed by the House could cost nearly $3.5 trillion. That is more than the cost of all of the combined COVID-19 legislation we’ve already enacted.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 4
ICYMI - Schumer ‘Demands’ Senate Pass Bill That Would Increase Deficit by $3.4 Trillion
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 3
Replying to @BudgetGOP
(4/4) Ballooning deficits have led to an explosion of new borrowing. Fitch noted that the Treasury Department borrowed just under $3 trillion dollars from the end of February to the end of June.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 3
Replying to @BudgetGOP
(3/4) The United States’ budget deficit hit a record $864 billion in June as the government continued pumping money into the economy to support workers and businesses slammed by the pandemic. Some analysts expect monthly deficits to soon top $1 trillion.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 3
Replying to @BudgetGOP
(2/4) Cratering tax revenues and surging expenditures have driven record levels of red ink for the federal government in recent months.
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Senate Budget GOP Aug 3
THREAD – (1/4) ICYMI - U.S. Debt Outlook is Downgraded - Credit rating firm Fitch downgraded its US outlook suggesting America's trusted borrower status could be at risk b/c of the enormous deficits federal government is running to combat the pandemic.
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Senate Budget GOP Jul 31
Paying people not to work not an economic stimulus via
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Senate Budget GOP Jul 31
VIDEO via - Why this economist says it's a 'major mistake' to continue $600 unemployment benefit
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Senate Budget GOP Jul 31
Interesting read from the Bipartisan Policy Center about the importance of removing disincentives to work - How Unemployment Insurance Could Support Work and Continue to Provide Financial Relief
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Senate Budget GOP Jul 31
Replying to @BudgetGOP
(3/3)- CBO found that five of every six workers can earn more on unemployment than at work, which will hurt the economic recovery and make it harder for businesses to find people to fill those jobs.
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Senate Budget GOP Jul 31
Replying to @USCBO
(2/3)- According to , extending $600 payments could slow our nation’s efforts to get Americans back to work and our economy back on its feet.
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