Madison, Wis. — Governor Scott Walker will join the Institute for Reforming Government as national honorary chair, bringing his experience with state-based reform in Wisconsin and his national profile to the organization as it prepares to expand its efforts. The Institute for Reforming Government is committed to tackling tax reform, inefficiencies in government, and burdensome regulations.
“We couldn’t be more honored to have Governor Walker join the Institute for Reforming Government. The Governor’s experience implementing cutting-edge reforms in the State of Wisconsin makes him a valuable asset to our organization, and his passion for the future of our country and the success of the American people sets us up to achieve something great,” said Rob McDonald, Chairman of the Board for the Institute for Reforming Government.
“We turned Wisconsin around with bold conservative reforms that made government get out of the way, and the Institute for Reforming Government is all about furthering that mission across the country. Together we can implement bold reforms that reduce the tax burden, remove onerous regulations and provide a way forward for the American people,” said Governor Walker.
The Institute for Reforming Government is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization formed in November 2017, that seeks to simplify government at every level by offering policy solutions to thought leaders in American government in the areas of tax reform, government inefficiency, and burdensome regulations.