Monthly Archives: November 2013
Throughout the most recent government shutdown, business leaders bemoaned the fact that uncertainty significantly detracts from economic progress. Unless recent political history serves us wrong, Congress will hurdle toward the February 7 debt-ceiling limit in the same manner it has during the past few economically-disastrous occasions. Although national politics might make municipal, state, and international […]
Now that we are all set up in our new office in Bethesda, Maryland, and the newest employees (numbers 12 and 13!) are settling in, we’ve decided that it’s about time to get in the groove of much more frequent blogging. We plan on hitting upon a plethora of different subjects with our writing — some topics will directly correlate with our business and others will identify greater trends and subjects that will (hopefully!) interest our readers.
We look forward to stimulating larger conversations on the topics of politics, government, and big data, and hope to actively engage the blogosphere with our perspective. Our plans also include providing some insight on the exciting and often hectic nature of our day-to-day operations in and out of the office. In addition, we plan on welcoming some guest bloggers to the site as well.
We can’t wait to hear from you!
– The FiscalNote team