Staying in Afghanistan could cost another $49 billion
Jonathan Bydlak is interim director of the Governance Program at the R Street Institute, director of the Fiscal and Budget Policy Project, and a member of the Legislative Branch Capacity Working Group. Previously, Jonathan was the founder and president of the Institute for Spending Reform and the Coalition to Reduce Spending, which advocated for spending and budget reform. He is the creator of SpendingTracker.org, the first ever real-time spending site that tracks the fiscal records of Members of Congress.
Jonathan received his bachelor’s degree in economics with minors in finance and political economy from Princeton University. He subsequently worked in finance at Bridgewater Associates and oversaw Ron Paul’s 2008 presidential fundraising operation. He and his wife Rebekah live in Maryland.