CMF surveyed senior congressional staff on the impact of recent operational issues such as: budget reductions, furloughs, government shutdown, and the changes in healthcare benefits. The results indicate that the cuts in congressional office budgets and transitioning staff to a new healthcare benefit structure could lead to a significant number of staff departures.
House offices are facing an unprecedented management challenge – cutting their annual spending sharply in two successive years. To help offices manage this difficult process, CMF produced a short manual containing 46 budget-cutting ideas and strategies for saving on big-ticket and small-ticket items.
CMF's Partnership For A More Perfect Union is dedicated to enriching the relationship between citizens and Congress by comprehensively addressing the deteriorating relationship and communications challenges faced by both sides.
The Congressional Management Foundation (CMF) is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to helping Congress and its Members meet the evolving needs and expectations of an engaged and informed 21st century citizenry.
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