Editorial: Zero-based budget bill tar...

Editorial: Zero-based budget bill targets education

There are 1 comment on the Athens Banner-Herald story from Jan 11, 2011, titled Editorial: Zero-based budget bill targets education. In it, Athens Banner-Herald reports that:

Handled correctly, zero-based budgeting - which, in terms of governmental budgets, requires public agencies to submit new budgets each year with detailed explanations of all expenditures and revenues, rather than simply requesting a percentage increase over the previous year's budget - can be an important tool for controlling the cost of public ...

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