For Support Of The Building Consensus For Budget Process Reform Project

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  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    20 Months
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Efforts to use budget process reforms to help break the deadlock in federal budgeting present a major opportunity and a major challenge. Polarization and distrust mean many stakeholder groups are resistant to changes that might disadvantage them, even if there could be long-term benefits to the nation and positive impacts on governance. This project by Convergence, a nonprofit organization focused on solving social and political challenges through collaboration, will engage groups on different sides of the budget debate to identify and air their concerns, hopes, and priorities in order to achieve an agreed framework for designing federal budgets that balance competing interests, as well as current and future needs.
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Convergence convenes people and groups with divergent views to build trust, identify solutions, and form alliances for action on critical national issues. Current projects are focused on economic mobility, the federal budget process, health reform both in California and nationally, and incarceration. Work over the next two years will include efforts to deepen relationships and increase the effectiveness of Congress, to develop and promote proposals for budget process reform within Congress, and to research new projects on issues of public concern, such as the role of the media in polarization and voter integrity.

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