Budget formulation and apportionment of the Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy (SCN) appropriation.
Ebright, Arthur L.
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The budget process is the final phase in the Planning, Programming and Budgeting System (PPBS) . It is divided into three phases: Formulation, Justification and Execution. Of specific interest within the budget process is the Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy Appropriation (SCN) . This thesis describes the SCN budget formulation process along with the interaction of the Shipbuilding Cost Adjustment (SCA) review. The budget process for SCN is traced through to the President's budget and the Congress where the second phase, justification, occurs. After Congressional approval, the SCN appropriation is traced through the execution phase where Congressionally- appropriated funds are obligated and expended. Finally, some conclusions are made with respect to cost estimating and the SCN budget process.
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