Budgeting and Financial Management in the Federal Government

Budgeting and Financial Management in the Federal Government

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qBudgeting and financial management in the U.S. federal government is highly complex and highly differentiated, e.g., in the process employed by the Executive branch versus those used by Congress. In this book we attempt to cover the processes of both the Executive and Congress and the relationships between the two. The book provides views from several perspectives, e.g., managerial and political. We attempt to provide readers with an understanding of how federal budget and financial management processes are supposed to operate. However, we then go a step further to show how these processes actually operate often in contrast to the intended template. Additionally, this book is intended to capture and combine the views of the academic and the practitioner, including those of the participants in the process.q--Introduction.SOCOM apparently chose a threshold of $100, 000 above which to report watercraft asa#39; ships. ... NAVFAC believes they have no reporting requirement as the Naval Comptroller Manual only requires activity-level, not claimant level reporting.

Title:Budgeting and Financial Management in the Federal Government
Author: Jerry McCaffery, L. R. Jones
Publisher:IAP - 2001-01-01

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