"Since its founding in 1974, the Congressional Budget Office has produced independent, nonpartisan, timely analysis of economic and budgetary issues to support the Congressional budget process." This analysis is now more accessible on the Congressional Budget Office's new website. Under the "Topics" tab, researchers can search by topics such as health care, finance and national security, by Congress and by publication type such as background paper, testimony, or cost estimate.
The CBO is most known for the cost estimates they produce to show how a proposed Congressional bill would affect spending or revenues in the federal buget. On the new website, the "Cost Estimate" tab allows users to search by topic and Congress, but also by bill number, committee and date.
To monitor the newly released analyses, users can sign up for an RSS feed. Georgetown Law Library's Policy Research Guide identifies other resources to follow when researching policy issues.