Spending Control

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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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We therefore introduced spending controls early on across county council operations while ensuring we protected vulnerable people in Staffordshire."
The 'AA+' IDR and GO rating reflect the county's economic concentration in the military, low long-term liability burden, solid spending controls, unlimited legal ability to raise revenues, and Fitch's expectation for natural revenue growth in line with to above the level of U.S.
Clients also gain spending controls and full visibility into spend while avoiding per-transaction fees associated with checks and ACH.
The economic blueprint for an independent Scotland would mean tight public spending controls and leaving monetary policy in the Bank of England's hands.
But Democrats have appeared blind to the primary condition Republicans attached to their support: Any tax increase needs to be accompanied by spending controls.
He said: "The fact the Department decided not to mirror the spending controls in GB has led to a very serious ongoing impact on the Northern Ireland Budget.
WASHINGTON -- Inflation in medication costs eased last year due to spending controls and fewer new blockbusters, although there are still numerous cases of sticker shock.
The premier talked about various local issues, such as national security, economic challenges, impacts of regional turmoil, the reform drive, spending controls, parliamentary elections, public debt, terrorism and other issues of public concern.
The report said: "Since 2009-10, the government has used spending controls to reduce its use of consultants and temporary staff, and by 2014-15 spending had fallen by PS1.5bn.
A statement from the club's board said they were striving to comply with UEFA's financial fair play (FFP) rules and the Premier League's new spending controls.
But the extra TV cash plus new spending controls could have significant beneficial effects for top-flight and Championship clubs if it is managed properly, says the report.