Budgetary Accountability

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Budgetary Accountability

The act or requirement to record the reasoning behind all recommendations or decisions when preparing a budget. This includes both estimates of revenue and desired expenditures. This is used to help ensure the budget is prepared in the most responsible way possible. How well a company or government does this may be published in the budget report.
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Sonnefeldt: I support re-amortizing the pension debt in a fashion as proposed by the Center for Tax & Budget Accountability.
This will also help to promote the culture of information sharing and budget accountability.
The Network for Budget Accountability presented a report on creating awareness about budget allocations.
The workshop was organized under the collaborative venture of Citizen Network for Budget Accountability (CNBA), center for peace and development initiatives (CPDI) and Development Alternatives Foundation at Umerkot.
gt; Hawke's Bay DHB's chief nursing and midwifery officer does not have direct budget accountability for the nursing and midwifery workforces (this is held by the executive director of provider services), but is part of the executive management and health services leadership teams, with input into budget decisions, particularly about the nursing and midwifery workforces.
The first bill Daines introduced in the 115th, 114th and 113th Congress is the Balanced Budget Accountability Act requiring that Congress pass a balanced budget or members wont get paid.
The data was collected from all 36 districts of Punjab by 25 member non-governmental organizations of Citizens' Network for Budget Accountability (CNBA), including Rawalpindi.
The Supreme Court entire budget accountability reports (BARs), have been uploaded on the highest tribunal's website and regularly updated.
Budget accountability follows a similar pattern, given that 47.
Oregon's 1995 Budget Accountability Act says tax exemptions (expenditures) "provide special benefits to favored individuals and thus result in higher tax rates for all.
The ability to harness marketing mix modeling effectively, in order to deliver ROI and budget accountability, has become a critical business process for today's marketers.
Ralph Martire of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability on the state of Illinois, quoted in The New York Times, July 2