Upcoming Webinar: CBO's Role in the Budget Process

Join us Thursday, June 22, to hear from the Congressional Budget Office’s Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel, Mark Hadley, and Former Director of Budget Analysis, Teri Gullo, on CBO’s role in the federal budget process and how it has provided nonpartisan and objective information to the Congress during turbulent times.

Please join us for AABPA’s next webinar on Thursday, June 22, at 12 pm (ET) to hear from two leading experts from CBO:

  • Mark Hadley, CBO’s Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel

  • Teri Gullo, CBO’s Former Director of Budget Analysis

  • Robert Reese, Principal Analyst at CBO (moderator)

This webinar will cover what CBO’s role is in the federal budget process and how that role has evolved over time. The panelists will discuss their experiences with providing the Congress budgetary analysis on high-priority legislation in recent years while also navigating the immense managerial challenges created by the pandemic. This discussion is a lead-up to AAPBA’s future symposium on budgeting during uncertain times.

Your registration entitles you to attend both live sessions and provides access to the recorded versions once they are posted on the website. We look forward to seeing you again!

Send any inquiries regarding this event to [email protected].



The American Association for Budget & Program Analysis is an independent nonprofit association incorporated in Washington DC in 1976 to highlight the importance of thorough and professional analysis for government decisions. We are an all-volunteer organization and our programs are funded through membership dues, member contributions, and registration fees.

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The American Association for Budget and Program Analysis (AABPA) invites master’s students in public administration, public policy, and related disciplines to submit proposals for the annual Marykathryn Kubat Award for graduate research.  Students are encouraged to submit research topics that analyze the fiscal, political, and social landscape at the core of budget and program analysis at the federal, state, or local levels. Students may include historical references to the evolution of the budget process, performance measures, accountability or fiscal policy when appropriate.  Click here for the 2019 Announcement.

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A major goal of the American Association for Budget and Program Analysis (AABPA) is to advance knowledge and understanding about the profession of budget and policy analysis processes in the public sector. The AABPA Speakers Bureau is a significant means of fulfilling that goal.

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