Spending Control

Spending Control

Any tactic or strategy designed to reduce or otherwise discipline the spending of an organization. Spending controls may be adopted in a corporation, a non-profit, or even a government.
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The objective of the project is to improve the efficiency of the State s fiscal management through the strengthening of the quality of the information and the simplification of steps in the registry for contributors, the establishment if the fiscal management based on results, and the improvement of quality and the flow of financial information for the spending control.
The Committee for Tax and Spending Control filed a lawsuit against Nevadans for Nevada, claiming that members used intimidating tactics to urge voters to sign their petitions instead of their opponents'.
Cocoa, gold, and timber still comprise three-quarters of exports, while private sector credit has reached 14 percent of output with increased public spending control.
In-depth reporting for budgeting and spending control.
Even worse: Managers rarely review spending control issues until after a problem occurs.
The lesson in a nutshell is: Tax limitation without serious spending control is not enough to stop the growth of government.
Although the city has been able to reduce general fund expenditures through significant layoffs and attrition, escalating overtime costs for public safety have hindered effective spending control.
8 special election, has said his spending control measure is needed, in part, to prevent Democratic lawmakers and their union allies from approving the kind of growth in government expenditures that could ultimately lead to tax hikes, including a wholesale or partial overhaul of Proposition 13.
If passed by voters, the spending control would prohibit state expenditures from exceeding revenues.
District voters passed an operating levy in the fall of 2004 which supported a budgetary surplus in fiscal 2005 (June 30 year-end), but the district's continued financial success will depend on strong budgetary spending control and improved academic performance.
Schwarzenegger insists a spending control measure, a public-employee pension overhaul, and paying teachers on merit are among major solutions for ending deficit woes.
Recent spending control efforts included a hiring freeze, reduction of services, and very limited increases to general fund supported departments.