Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
National Quantum Initiative would cost $1.1B over 4 years, CBO says
CBO officials said the bulk of the costs would come from increased QIS education and research funding to the Department of Energy, NIST and NSF.
House FITARA Enhancement Act receives a clean CBO score
“This is an important step forward in making the FITARA Enhancement Act reality and in our efforts to realize the full potential of FITARA," Rep. Gerry Connolly, the bill's lead sponsor, told FedScoop.
Gov Actually Episode 14: Everything you need to know about CBO
Launched in 1975, the CBO serves as an independent office analyzing and "scoring" budgetary and economic issues for congressional legislation.
Modernization bill gets new $500M price tag prior to House vote
The Congressional Budget Office issued a cost estimate of $500 million over a five-year window for the bill by Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas.
Bill could save $1 million by cutting automatic Federal Register prints, CBO says
Some old-fashioned IT savings are still possible in government: Ending automatic delivery of printed copies of the Federal Register would save about $1 million, the Congressional Budget Office says in an estimate released publicly Wednesday.
Hurd: Multibillion-dollar cost estimate hampering tech bill
Congress’ budget analysts are saying the most recent bill designed to modernize legacy systems would cost billions of dollars — a roadblock that even the bill’s author has said will make it virtually impossible to pass the legislation in the few remaining days Congress is in session.