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Results-oriented budgeting for local public managers in the 1980s

Richard Joseph Stillman, II

Results-oriented budgeting for local public managers in the 1980s

a new strategy for effective local government performance : a clear, concise, comprehensive guidebook for improving local government effectiveness

by Richard Joseph Stillman, II

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Published by Bureau of Governmental Research and Service, University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Local budgets.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard J. Stillman II.
    SeriesFinancial management series ;, no. 8, Financial management series (University of South Carolina. Bureau of Governmental Research and Service) ;, no. 8.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ9111 .S85 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination89 p. :
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3001885M
    LC Control Number84620812

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their view is what separates public from private management theory. They note that the bottom line of a (local) public organization is to improve the economic base. Merl Hackbart and James R. Results-oriented budgeting for local public managers in the 1980s book Ramsey, in “The Theory of the Public Sector Budget: An Economic Perspective,” return to.

The need to address all three objectives of public expenditure management–fiscal discipline, strategic resource allocation, and operational efficiency—is emphasized in chapter 1.

This calls for a link between policy and budgeting and for a perspective beyond the immediate future. introducing results-oriented approaches to budgeting and management. Although the majority of OECD countries have engaged in some institutional reforms, the empirical evidence of their impact on efficiency is so far limited due to: the lack of resources to conduct evaluations; the lack of pre-reform.

• States that the old style was management budgeting, but the new style is planning budgeting (PPBS). This change to a planning orientation is due to three things: o Economic analysis (micro and macro) has had an increasing part in shaping of fiscal and budgetary policy.

New Public Management (NPM) is an approach to running public service organizations that is used in government and public service institutions and agencies, at both sub-national and national levels. The term was first introduced by academics in the UK and Australia [full citation needed] to describe approaches that were developed during the s as part of an effort to make the public service.

Strategic planning has become a fairly routine and common practice at all levels of government in the United States and elsewhere. It can be part of the broader practice of strategic management that links planning with implementation.

Strategic planning can be applied to organizations, collaborations, functions (e.g., transportation or health), and to places ranging from local to national to. The financial budget helps management plan the financing of assets and results in a projected balance sheet. The budgeting process involves planning for future profitability because earning a reasonable return on resources used is a primary company objective.

A company must devise some method to deal with the uncertainty of the future. Keywords: governance, New Public Management, managerialism, policy reform, public choice theory, decentralization, autonomous agency, accountability, administrative ethics, social entitlement.

Contents 1. Introduction 2. Origin and Globalization of New Public Management 3. Rationales and Causes of New Public Management 4. New Public Management that occurred in the s and s. From there was a discernible trend towards an emerging model variously termed the “new public service”, the “new public governance” or the “post-New Public Management” (Dunleavy and Hood, ; Denhardt and Denhardt, ; Osborne, ).

Emergence of New Public Management New Public Management is a vision, an ideology or a bundle of particular management approaches and techniques. In the s, the drivers of change, particularly financial pressures, pushed most Western countries towards a focus on making the public sector more competitive and public administrators.

Lewis asserts the advantages of this budgeting method include (1) changing the role of the administrator from pleader for a single budget plan to expert adviser on alternative budget plans; (2) allowing budget analysts to spend more time analyzing budget proposals instead of determining desirability or necessity; and (3) providing opportunities.

Books shelved as public-administration: Classics of Public Administration by Jay M. Shafritz, Street-Level Bureaucracy: The Dilemmas of the Individual in. Performance based budgeting encourages lawmakers to reconsider priorities and grants agencies the flexibility to make decisions that are not easily permissible under traditional budgeting systems.

This brief provides an overview of performance based budgeting. Preparing the M&E plan and budget The M&E plan The M&E budget Planning for Reporting and Feedback Written reports How would project/programme managers use reports Feedback for co.

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those of the State. The LG Public Financial Management Manual is not intended to replicate these guidelines, but rather to supplement them and moving a step further from the local government plan and budget, to budget execution procedures, accounting, reporting and audit as important elements of a Public Financial Management system.

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budget institutions and practices, the article proposes ways to establish sound relationships betwee n the executive and legislative branches of government. * Professor Paul Posner is the Director of the Masters in Public Administration Program at George Mason University, Virginia, United States, and.

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Budgeting in itself is a familiar process to even the smallest economic unit – the household - but it needs to be divided into two different classes: budgeting.management (NPM) in public administration that has had significant impacts on govern-ments worldwide since it came onto the scene in the early s.

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