Brad Fitch: Here’s how Congress can reorganize itself
A survey of 100 senior congressional staffers makes recommendations on what Congress can do to rethink the way it’s organized.
September 25, 20177:38 am
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A new report by a bipartisan think tank says after years of cutting its own budget, Congress has left it in a situation where it has too many responsibilities with too few people and two little time to manage them. The conclusions are based on a survey of more than 100 of the people who actually run Capitol Hill: senior congressional staffers. Brad Fitch, president of the Congressional Management Foundation, spoke with Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the findings, and what Congress can do to rethink the way it’s organized.