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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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The Assembly voted 45-32 in favor of the Democratic version of the budget, falling nine votes short of the two-thirds support needed from its 80 members.
CoGS did not act on a recommendation from the financial committee that the national church no longer include unspecified bequests (funds willed to General Synod) in future budgets.
Some litigators go back to budgets that they've created previously for "similar" cases and just plug in new numbers, based on any perceived differences between the new and the old case.
Each approach is an iterative process, involving much deliberation as staff seeks to make its preliminary budgets fit into the organization's strategic goals.
Part II deals with budget, schedule, contractor relations, and a slew of points covering the many other parts of project management that you have to worry about--communications, setting expectations, quality assurance, and testing, to mention just a few.
SACRAMENTO - Barring a miraculous end to political gridlock, the constitutional deadline for a new state budget will come and go tonight, and California will start the new fiscal year without a spending plan - for the 16th time in the past 20 years.
Regarding repair and maintenance budgets, a facility can develop these from known or easily acquired data.
Unfortunately, these faculty members often have been the first to go when states move to cut "nonessential" personnel to balance their budgets.
Many school districts across the nation are cutting programs, closing schools and firing teachers to stay within their budgets.
The most common types of multi-year budgets used by local governments are biennial budgets.
Parker says Fujitsu's system of linking roughly 40% of managers' compensation to successful execution of departmental plans and budgets motivates them.
In a typical business setting, though, all the budgets discussed in the book would rarely be developed.