President's 2019 Budget Infographic

February 22, 2018

The White House released the President’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2019 on February 12, just days after President Trump signed a bill extending spending caps for military and domestic spending and suspending the debt ceiling. While the new law has already established government-wide tax and spending levels for the coming fiscal year, the specific proposals contained in the budget request reflect Administration priorities and may still be considered by the Congress. Here, we consider how such proposals may affect the Federal Government in its role as a lender, insurer, and financial regulator.

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City of Ryde

In 2017, City of Ryde has been recognised as a Winner for Employer of Choice in The Australian Business Awards. At the City of Ryde we have a diverse range of employees and a large breadth of opportunities to help deliver Council’s vision for the City. We require many people to make it all happen from planners, engineers and architects to strategists, policy advisors, marketers, accountants, event officers, library staff and pool attendants. Our people are genuinely passionate about the City of Ryde. When you join us you are not part of an organisation, you are part of a future that thousands of people depend on every day. Our employees benefit from a value-based culture within a supportive, inclusive, collaborative and progressive work environment.

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In 2017, City of Ryde has been recognised as a Winner for Employer of Choice in The Australian Business Awards. At the City of Ryde we have a diverse range of employees and a large breadth of opportunities to help deliver Council’s vision for the City. We require many people to make it all happen from planners, engineers and architects to strategists, policy advisors, marketers, accountants, event officers, library staff and pool attendants. Our people are genuinely passionate about the City of Ryde. When you join us you are not part of an organisation, you are part of a future that thousands of people depend on every day. Our employees benefit from a value-based culture within a supportive, inclusive, collaborative and progressive work environment.

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