Bipartisan Policy Center Inc.
March 05, 2014
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To support the 2014 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

Grant Amount (FY 2014): $17,000


 

To support a joint project to promote a compromise and common understanding of proposed Medicare reforms.

Grant Amount (FY 2014): $330,000


 

To support the development of comprehensive and specific long-term fiscal policy solutions to address the nation’s long-term fiscal challenges as part of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation Solutions Initiative II, including the identification of top policy priorities for the new Administration and Congress, the means of implementing these proposals over the first ten years, and how these proposals address the "fiscal cliff."

Grant Amount (FY 2013): $150,000


 

To support a joint project to build common understanding and consensus on proposed health care reforms.

Grant Amount (FY 2013): $670,000


 

To support post-launch activities of the Debt Reduction Task Force's development and dissemination of its long-term budget plan to reduce projected federal debt.

Grant Amount (FY 2011): $200,000


 

To support the establishment of the Debt Reduction Task Force to develop a long-term budget plan to reduce projected federal debt and place the United States on a sustainable fiscal path, which was incorporated into the Peter G. Peterson Foundation Solutions Initiative.

Grant Amount (FY 2011): $200,000


 

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