Content Partners

Our content partners are established non-partisan organizations that contribute their subject-matter expertise to the review of technical content on the site that is typically found in the problem briefs and storylines. Each organization volunteers one of their staff or a member (if it is a membership organization) to serve as the editorial liaison responsible for conducting review of material relevant to their area of expertise. Reviews occur as needed to ensure that the content reflects the best available knowledge.

Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Logo for Committee for a Responsible Federal BudgetThe Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget is a nonpartisan, non-profit organization committed to educating the public on issues with significant fiscal policy impact. Over its 40-year history, the Committee has proven itself as an authoritative voice for fiscal responsibility and an educational resource for policymakers and the general public. It is also a trusted budget watchdog that assists journalists across the country in understanding fiscal developments in Washington.

Editorial liaison: Tyler Evilsizer is the Deputy Policy Director for the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, where he handles tax, budget, and economic policy. He previously assisted with research on tax and budget issues for the Senate Finance Committee. Tyler received a bachelor’s degree from Carroll College in Helena, Montana, and a master’s degree in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress

Logo for Center for the Study of the Presidency and CongressThe Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to applying the lessons of history to the challenges of today. Founded in 1965 at the behest of President Dwight Eisenhower, the CSPC originally set out to provide case studies of presidential leadership to inform national leaders and assist policy makers in decision making. Through Triumphs and Tragedies (a series of case studies on presidential and congressional history) and Presidential Studies Quarterly (a journal of academic studies of the presidency), we maintain this original mission while expanding upon it through our reports on pressing national challenges. Among these issues are political reform, global technological competition, and national security space policy.

Editorial liaison: Chris Condon serves as a Policy Analyst on the policy team of the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress. In this capacity, he develops content for the Center’s policy reports and presentations, develops content for communications and external relations, and assists senior staff in analyzing policy challenges and recommendations. His primary focus is political reform, advocating for proposals such as gerrymandering reform and ranked-choice voting. Prior to his time with the CSPC, Chris served as an Office Assistant at the Eisenhower Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting nonpartisan dialogue on complex public policy challenges. He also served as a Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Democracy and Liberalism, a nonprofit in Brookville, New York. He earned a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Art History from Gettysburg College in 2018.

Museum of History and Holocaust Education

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The Museum of History and Holocaust Education comprises one unit within the Kennesaw State University Department of Museums, Archives, and Rare Books (MARB). The Museum presents public events, exhibits and educational resources focused on World War II and the Holocaust in an effort to promote education and dialogue about the past and its significance today.

Editorial liaison: Adina Langer has served as the curator of the Museum of History and Holocaust Education at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, since 2015. A 2009 graduate of the MA program in Archives and Public History at New York University, she has focused her career on interpreting traumatic historical events for diverse audiences while emphasizing the dignity and individuality of the people who experienced them. In 2018 she curated the exhibit Refuge or Refusal: Turning Points in U.S. Immigration History which was nominated for the BackStory Prize in public history in 2019. You can follower her on Twitter @Artiflection and find her on the web at


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Logo for MisinfoconMisinfoCon is a global movement focused on building solutions to online trust, verification, fact checking, and reader experience in the interest of addressing misinformation in all of its forms. MisinfoCon started as a large gathering at MIT in February 2017. That conference brought together ambassadors from technology platforms, news organizations, as well as experts in social science, media literacy, policy, advocacy and cybersecurity. Ever since then, MisinfoCon has focused on bringing people together in similar meetups, while facilitating online community and resource sharing.