Sony Attack Underscores Evolving Nature of Cyber Threats

Jessica Michek January 23, 2015
The Sony hack illustrates a new reality for corporations: economic security is intertwined with cybersecurity.

FSOC to Consider New Transparency and Process Measures

Aaron Klein, Justin Schardin January 22, 2015
Although they only cover a portion of the concerns about the FSOC, the proposed changes appear to be important steps in the right direction.

State of the Union Against a Nuclear Iran

Blaise Misztal January 21, 2015
Preventing a nuclear Iran is one of the major national security challenges facing the United States for all the reasons the president listed in his speech.

What to Watch for: FSOC’s January 21 Meeting

Justin Schardin, Aaron Klein January 19, 2015
The preliminary agenda includes an open discussion of the FSOC’s process for considering companies for potential designation as systemically important financial institutions.

Policy to Promote Private Investment in Infrastructure Gaining Ground

Aaron Klein January 16, 2015
The administration announced a series of new initiatives to promote infrastructure investment, with a focus on enhancing private sector participation.

What We’re Reading in Financial Regulatory Reform, January 16

Financial Reform January 16, 2015
BPC’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative highlights news articles, papers and other important work which illuminate current and new thinking within financial regulation.

Congressional Fiscal Challenges Abound

Steve Bell January 15, 2015
If the 114th Congress wants to get anything done, bipartisanship is more important than ever.

Thanks to Chairman Thornberry for Speaking Sense about Sequester

Steve Bell January 15, 2015
Mac Thornberry (R-TX) raised some eyebrows with his recent statement that limiting defense spending to the Fiscal Year 2016 sequester caps increases national insecurity.

Bipartisan Tip Sheet – January 2015

Jonathan Yuan January 14, 2015
A monthly roundup of events featuring Bipartisan Policy Center founders, senior fellows, project leaders and staff

Do You Know How Much Your 401(k) Plan Costs the U.S. Government? (They Don’t!)

Alex Gold January 14, 2015
The system of “cash” scoring that the Joint Committee on Taxation uses only accounts for funds spent and revenues collected over the next few years, but saving for retirement is a lifetime process.