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PUB 5473 Public Budgeting Online Fall 2013
Finance & Accounting
Pages 15 (3765 words)
Introduction For the purpose of this research paper the adopted public budget chosen for detailed analysis and examination is from the Bureau of Fire & Police Disability & Retirement (FPDR). The main responsibility of this bureau is to direct and oversee the provision of disability, death, and retirement benefits to firefighters, law enforcement agency officers and their fighter working in Portland.
This research paper guides us through the functions and the objective of each program along with their budget requirements and also analyses how the budget requirements of the organization have varied from time to time. For the year 2013-2014 the Bureau of Fire & Police Disability & Retirement (FPDR) adopted a budget of 162,853,770. In this paper it is analyzed how the bureau reached this figure and what were the steps involved in the process. It is also examined how the budget requirement for the year 2013-2014 has varied compared to previous years Literature Review A lot of research is done on Public Budgeting and administration. Schick (1966) wrote that, depending upon conditions at a given time in history; budgets have tended to emphasize financial control, managerial improvements, or planning. ...
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