Publications

Oct. 11, 2013
Report

Because of the structure of defense spending, our national security forces and defense industry have been able to continue operating under sequestration, but not without permanent damage. The full brunt of the cuts hasn’t hit yet, and if we go down the sequester path for too long, we won’t be able to reverse the devastating impacts.

Oct. 10, 2013
Letters and Testimony

Today, experts from across the political spectrum called on Congress to replace the Medicare's sustainable growth rate (SGR) physician payment formula with approaches that promote higher-value care instead of greater volume of services.

Oct. 10, 2013
Research

In a joint effort with the Bipartisan Policy Center and the State Smart Transportation Initiative, the Eno Center for Transportation held a daylong meeting on June 20 in Washington, DC, to discuss federal performance measures for highways.

Sep. 24, 2013
Report

This paper reviews the key actions and decisions that the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has undertaken since it was first created by law three years ago.

Sep. 10, 2013
Report

On February 8, the statutory debt limit was reinstated; prior to that, it had been suspended since October 17, according to the terms of the

Sep. 9, 2013
Report

Al-Qaeda’s core in Pakistan exerts less control over its affiliated groups and the CIA’s campaign of drone strikes in Pakistan has decimated the group’s leadership. Al-Qaeda affiliates in Yemen and Somalia have also suffered significant losses as a result of U.S. and allied countries’ counterterrorism operations over the past three years. As a result, many counterterrorism officials believe the chances of a large-scale, catastrophic terrorist attack by al-Qaeda or an al-Qaeda-affiliated or -inspired organization occurring in the United States are small.

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