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Deficit Tracker

Economy / Research March 14, 2019

BPC’s economic policy team analyzes the government’s running budget deficit on a monthly basis, using data from the Congressional Budget Office’s Monthly Budget Review.

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Public Statement Before the U.S. Department of Energy, Secretary of Energy Advisory Board

Addison Stark / Research March 8, 2019

My name is Addison Killean Stark. I serve as Associate Director for Energy Innovation at the Bipartisan Policy Center. In this role I have the privilege of convening the American Energy Innovation Council (AEIC), which is a group of corporate…

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Advancing Interoperability, Information Sharing, and Data Access: Improving Health and Healthcare for Americans

Health / Research February 12, 2019

Supporting better health outcomes requires an interoperable healthcare system in which the patient is at the center of care and the right person has access to the right data.

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Testimony by Jason Grumet to the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

Jason Grumet / Research February 7, 2019

BPC President Jason Grumet testifies before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources regarding the status and outlook of energy innovation in the United States.

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Integrating Clinical and Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities

Health / Research January 24, 2019

BPC examines barriers to the integration of clinical health care and mental health services, and identifies policy options for consideration in advancing integration.

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Social Security & Medicare Explained: Top 10 Questions & Answers

Economy / Research January 22, 2019

This chartbook explains what you need to know about the status of Social Security and Medicare – who the programs cover, how they are funded, and what their financial outlook is – in 10 questions and answers.

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Early Head Start–Child Care Partnerships: Spotlighting Early Successes Across America

Education / Research January 16, 2019

This report highlights the inner workings of 12 EHS-CCP programs, draws lessons learned, and makes recommendations for improving the program moving forward.

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Ethno-Sectarianism and Political Order in the Middle East

National Security / Research December 14, 2018

The newfound faith in the ability of centralized governments to maintain order by brutalizing restive populations into submission is belied by the region’s recent history.

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Creating an Integrated Efficient Early Care and Education System to Support Children and Families: A State-by-State Analysis

Education / Research December 13, 2018

A state-by-state analysis to explore whether states, like the federal government, are making progress toward improved integration and governance in ECE programs.

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Immigrants and Public Benefits: What Does the Research Say?

Immigration / Research December 5, 2018

This literature review attempts to discern where the preponderance of research lies on immigrant use of public benefits.

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