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White House set to unveil budget framework

CQ Budget, Ep. 195

One of the reasons the Biden administration is releasing spending proposals for the various departments and agencies that make up the discretionary portion of the federal budget is so that the annual budget and appropriations process can get going.
One of the reasons the Biden administration is releasing spending proposals for the various departments and agencies that make up the discretionary portion of the federal budget is so that the annual budget and appropriations process can get going. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

The Biden administration is set to share an outline of its fiscal 2022 discretionary budget request next week, kicking off the annual budget and appropriations process. CQ Roll Call’s David Lerman and Jennifer Shutt break down what to expect and how it will impact the budget and appropriations process.

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