operating budget


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operating budget

A good-faith estimate regarding the size and sources of future income, and the amounts and types of future expenses necessary for the day-to-day operation of a business or project.Contrast with a capital budget,which is an estimate of the capital needs of a project,such as new equipment,unusual repairs,additional property,or other such matters.

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PERCENT OF OPERATING BUDGET IN RESERVES Less than 20% 13.
This model proposes, therefore, to transform libraries into flexible organizations adept at coping with change for an annual investment of less than 5 percent of their operating budgets.
To ensure the independence of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), its budget is presented to the Board and reported on separately from the regular operating budget.
Suspending Rule 23(a), Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature, relating to measures in possession of standing committees and special committees of the Alaska House of Representatives, and Rules 20, 21(c), and 24(a), Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature, restricting committee meetings of the Alaska House of Representatives to measures that substantially relate to and have as their primary purpose appropriating, raising, or allocating state revenue, until the Alaska House of Representatives passes a state operating budget to the Alaska Senate.
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At last year's annual town meeting I suggested the outlines of a compromise -- if school officials negotiated a teachers' contract that would substantially lower the growth rate of total teacher salaries for three to five years, and if they modified their SPED inclusion policies in order to reduce the annual growth rate in SPED costs, then a reasonable operating budget override could be supported.
Adopting the ECSC Operating Budget for 2002, the European Commission has followed the European Parliament in increasing credits available for rehabilitation in the steel sector.
Lofton's first priority was to streamline his $487 million operating budget while maintaining quality.
In addition to the operating budget, which may also include endowment and similar special funds, there may also be capital budgets.
The Distinguished Budget Presentation Award was given to West Basin for its high quality preparation of Operating Budget documents and the Certificate of Excellence Award was given for developing a model investment policy.
Jay Inslee signed the two year operating budget Friday night as the fiscal year came to a close.
In short, in ten years the operating budget has increased by over 135 percent; in the last five years alone it has increased by in excess of 50 percent.

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