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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 subjects assumed the role of a budgeteer in a hypothetical, medium-sized urban city and were assigned to provide the mayor with budget analysis and recommendations for the library system.
FMBL focuses on the appropriators and budgeteers while LL handles all other members and committees.
And when there were at least 2,500 people on the very same spot almost exactly two weeks earlier--calling on the budgeteers to reconsider the slashing and burning--those people were, and apparently remain, ignored.
This is going to be a different experience for everybody in the chain of command, not just the budgeteers, because it is going to drive how we perceive the force, how we operate the force, how we deploy the force, and how we sustain the force into the future.
Budgeteers sometimes assume that in the short-term, only direct support costs (e.
Pentagon budgeteers are quietly skimping on even the small stuff for our soldiers.
As you shift gears, you will already have had a good deal of practice getting around in, and getting around, large-scale bureaucracies: foiling the personnel classification system, outwitting the budgeteers, hoodwinking the organization analysts, suffering the auditors, and even getting some better furniture for your office.
After years of under-funding, the service programmers and budgeteers face the same dilemmas each budget cycle--what to fund fully, what to fund partially and what to cancel.
The budgeteers (the Office of Management and Budget) also expressed some anxiety about Fan and Fred's increasing dependence on derivatives.
Rough cost estimates are assigned to them, which the budgeteers in the Pentagon and Congress accept as well-crafted figures--but they are not, because they lack the thorough analysis and pessimism needed for good cost estimates.
With its involvement with the National Advisory Council on State and Local Budgeting (NACSLB), GFOA has encouraged governments to adopt recommended practices that provide guidance to elected officials, public managers, and budgeteers.