Public administration budget

The budget of public administrations is generally the resource available to an administration for a planning period to fulfill the specified tasks and shown in monetary terms. In the classic budget system, the budget was structured in an input-oriented manner in detail according to individual budget headings. In contrast, the new budget and accounting system is characterized by two fundamentally new features.
On the one hand, there is a global budget allocation (global budget) to the decentralized responsibility centers equipped with specialist and resource competence (decentralized resource responsibility). They are given a great deal of freedom in managing the budget. On the other hand, attempts are increasingly being made to develop budgets in an output-oriented manner, ie to derive them from the planned costs for the products / product catalogs to be created (output-oriented budgeting).

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