A study into the origins and nature of performance and program budgeting
Weisskopf, William M.
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Performance budgeting has been a by-word within the Department of Defense for over ten years. It was proposed as a means of finding out what was done with the money expended for military programs. The program budget is now being introduced in order to achieve this same purpose. This study sought to define both of these terms as they relate to military budgeting. In the course of this study, the major proposals for program or performance budgeting were reviewed. The program budget was found to be a meaningful and useful concept. The performance budget did not meet either of these criteria, nor was it subject to an exact definition.
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