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Program budgeting (PPBS): a resource allocation decision system for education [by] Stephen J. Knezevich.


Berkeley, Calif., McCutchan Pub. Corporation [1973] .
ISBN 9780821110140, 0821110144

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Subjects Education -- Finance.
Écoles -- Comptabilité
Éducation -- Finances.
Schools -- Accounting.
Description xi, 335 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Program budgeting and its many acronyms -- History and development of program budgeting -- The planning dimension of program budgeting -- Generating the quality and types of objectives needed to operate in the PPBS mode -- PPBS and its relationship to management by objectives (MBO) and accountability -- Programming and generating programmatic formats for educational institutions -- Budgeting and the budget document -- Budgeting in transition: evolution of performance and program budgeting -- Cost accounting and unit cost analysis in education: additional fiscal dimensions of PPBS -- Analysis dimension in program budgeting: generating alternatives and preliminary thought on systems analysis -- Analytic procedures and procedures in program budgeting -- PPBS as decision technology and its impact on the political process -- The total system: appraisal and state of the art -- Strategies for implementation and operation of PPBS -- Problems and promises after years of trying: why it doesn't work.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)700287
(OCoLC)ocm00700287
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WorldCat Identities Knezevich, Stephen J.
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