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Biennial Budgeting and Appropriations Act

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A bill to provide for a biennial budget process and a biennial appropriations process and to enhance oversight and the performance of the Federal Government.


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01/13/2015Introduced in Senate

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Date
11/04/2015Committee on the Budget. Hearings held.
01/13/2015Read twice and referred to the Committee on the Budget. (Sponsor introductory remarks on measure: CR S202)
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Introduced in Senate (01/13/2015)

Biennial Budgeting and Appropriations Act

Amends the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 to require biennial (currently, annual) budget resolutions, biennial appropriations Acts, and biennial government strategic and performance plans.

States that budget biennium is the two consecutive fiscal years beginning on October 1 of any odd-numbered year.

Requires the Office of Management and Budget to report to Congress on the impact and feasibility of changing the definition of a fiscal year and the budget process based on that definition to a two-year fiscal period.