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budget

noun accountancy, accounts, allocation, allowance, appropriation, balance sheet, balance statement, distribution, estimated expenditures, planned disbursement, profit and loss account, provision, ration, statement, statement of account
Associated concepts: budget bill, budget notes, itemized budget, municipal budget, public debt limitations
See also: allotment, appropriation, estimate, finance, overhead, program
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While we've done better than we had budgeted, that's not the end of the line.
Its department managers budgeted at the detail level before the company had agreed on strategic objectives.
Other environmental programs budgeted in 2006/2007 include: wetlands mitigation projects; protection and cleanup of Port soil and groundwater; water circulation enhancements at Cabrillo Beach; water improvement programs; enhanced air quality monitoring; new air emissions inventory; Clean Marina program; and an updated Port-wide Health Risk Assessment.
Losing the already budgeted mega item funds would cost the district about $70,000, which would have to be pulled from the general fund.
8 million and nineteen positions budgeted for the Office of the Inspector General, which I will cover at the end of this statement.
Among the few new initiatives budgeted for NOAA is the $15 million Global Geosciences Program to study and improve prediction of Climate change.
E[acute accent]- The components of operating budget like sales budget, production budget, production cost budget, ending inventory budget, cost of goods sold budget, selling expenses budget, administrative expenses budget and budgeted income statement E[acute accent]- The components of financial budget like capital expenditure budget, cash budget, budgeted balance sheet, and cash flow budget
For 1990, the Federal Reserve System has budgeted operating expenses of $1.