Administrative Budget

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Administrative Budget

A formal and highly detailed budget that a company's management uses to control daily expenses and operations.
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One aspect is the ever rising costs of institutions, following hefty investments in technology and increasing teacher salaries and administrative budgets.
Our due diligence on the charities ensures that our donations are primarily going directly to those in need, rather than big administrative budgets.
The Board also approved administrative budgets presented by the bank's management for the year 1435H including those for the Waqf Fund, the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), the 2nd Infrastructure Fund as well as the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD).
So we decided to reduce the so-called administrative budgets of the ministries, but to leave the opportunity for them to budget, on competitive basis, projects oriented towards concrete results using these appropriations," said the Minister.
The MEP responsible for administrative budgets, Ms Monika Hohlmeier (EPP, DE), welcomed the outcome of the vote: "We have achieved a real-terms cut in Parliament's budget.
The meeting will examine matters related to these institutions notably the adoption of yearly reports on financial activities, administrative budgets and the appointment of financial controllers.
4 million through staff layoffs; using $5 million in reserves; reducing central office and administrative budgets by $3.
In a survey conducted by the conservative Texas Public Policy Foundation, Texans strongly favored not only slashing administrative budgets, but delaying new facilities.
They offer a long list of suggested reforms, ranging from reviewing and simplifying the law to tying administrative budgets to needs, changing court fee structures, bundling claims, and making better use of the media and technology.
The Vice Chancellors of the four Universities were asked by the Council to budget for their respective administrative budgets.
Due to declining administrative budgets, which often translate to decreasing field staff, and increasing caseloads resulting from the recessionary pressures in the economy, state and local governments have turned to alternative methods of delivery service to their customers.
Shame on those schools who don't want to use these funds for need-based grants for their students, but instead on their inflated administrative budgets," he stated.
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