Think of it as the world’s biggest bookkeeping project: The process by which the United States itemizes its plan for spending on public expenditures each year.
It’s supposed to get put together in February, but that hasn't happened for years.
While partisanship in recent decades has made crafting annual federal spending particularly challenging, even without political discord, the process is by its nature complex, exhaustive, and lengthy.
So what can we expect for this year? Join CQ’s budget experts on this webinar to break things down for us.