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Synonyms for budget

Synonyms for budget

a measurable whole

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a sum of money allocated for a particular purpose

a summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for how to meet them

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Other offices which may also have reduced budgets for 2020 are the Department of Science and Technology (-0.39 percent), Joint-Legislative-Executive Council (-2.95 percent), the Judiciary (-2 percent) and the Commission on Human Rights (-0.86 percent).
PESHAWAR -- The budget outlay of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) has shown that out of 19 years of provincial budgets, five budgets have been listed deficits, while 14 of them have been found to be surplus budgets in the ongoing years, starting from the year 2000.
Debates on the budgets are raging both inside the respective legislatures and outside.
Budget and Appropriation Committee chairman Francis Kibe directed the executive member for Finance and Planning David Waweru to tame raising recurrent expenditure and allocate more funds to development programmes.ITEMISE BUDGET"It has also been a concern that budgets brought for approval are not itemised as the Public Finance Management Act demands," said Mr Kibe.
A case-based budget means that agencies would have to use their approved budgets within the fiscal year while the traditional obligation-based system allows budget spending within a two-year period.
- Morarji Desai has presented the maximum number of budgets so far- ten.
He said budget padding, as insertion of unauthorised items in the 2018 budget, could not arise because MDA's took direct responsibility or uploaded their budgets on the GIFMIS.
Operation and Investment The sovereign budget would divide into the budgets of the three presidencies, ministry of defense, ministry of foreign affairs as well as numerous other institutions.
Bush submitted the original budgets for FY1994 and FY2002 as incoming Presidents (on April 8, 1993 and April 9, 2001, respectively).
Most organizations recognize budgets as a key element in their management control systems, but the usefulness of budgets has generated much recent discussion and debate.
Overlay surplus, also considered to be a one-time source, was used to balance budgets in fiscal 2004 through fiscal 2008.
Opponents of the motion called it "unrealistic," while others stated that dioceses have already drawn up their budgets and "have no room to manoeuvre."
How does the litigator create the actual budget? 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.
The bottom-up approach allows each department to build its own budgets, which are then compared to the corporate goals.