Upcoming Events

Nov. 5, 2014
Bipartisan Policy Center

On the morning after the midterm elections and following several hotly contested Senate races, please join former Senate Majority Leaders Tom Daschle and Trent Lott for a conversation about the future of the Senate and prospective areas for progress during the lame duck.  The former majority leaders, who worked together the last time the Senate was evenly divided, will also focus on governing in a closely or evenly divided Senate during this polarized era for American politics.

Nov. 19, 2014
Bipartisan Policy Center

Do we need to institutionalize the U.S. government’s cyber threat information sharing before a catastrophic cyber attack? Governor Kean and Congressman Hamilton, co-chairs of BPC's Homeland Security Project, asked this question in their most recent op-ed, calling for the creation of a cyber NCTC. Please join the BPC as we discuss the frameworks currently facilitating cyber threat information sharing across government agencies, the gaps and failures in this system, the threat those gaps pose, as well as what changes, if any, need to be made.

Dec. 3, 2014
Bipartisan Policy Center

Health information technology (IT) plays a critical role in improving the health and wellness of individuals and the quality, cost-effectiveness and patient experience of care. Calls for a risk-based, regulatory framework for health IT that promotes innovation, protects patient safety and avoids regulatory duplication have been bipartisan. They have also had the support of clinicians, consumers, employers, hospitals and health systems, patient safety organizations and technology companies.