In recent years, Congress has had record high disapproval ratings and record low productivity levels. If it is to recover its vitality and esteem, it must change significantly. To do so, it should create a bipartisan Joint Committee on the Congress of Tomorrow with the authority to propose revisions to the rules, procedures, and structures of the Congress. The Congressional Institute, consistent with its mission to help Members of Congress better serve their constituents, has initiated the Congressional Reform Project to provide a forum to discuss a Joint Committee on the Congress of Tomorrow, a history of congressional reform, and proposals to fix the legislature’s problems.