bpa311 | undergraduate
Principles Of Governmental Accounting
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Budget Reform and Forecasting
- Explain public budget forecasting.
- Discuss the ethics of public budget management.
- Describe real-time budgeting.
- Discuss public budget reform.
Components of a Public Budget
- Differentiate between public and private sector budgeting.
- Discuss the impact of politics on public budgeting and taxation.
- Explain microbudgeting and macrobudgeting.
The Budget Process
- Differentiate between macro and micro politics.
- Describe the budget process at the local, state, and federal levels.
Impacts on a Public Budget
- Discuss expenditures and revenues in a public budget.
- Explain the impact of social issues on public budgeting.
- Describe the effects of deficits on public budgeting.
- Describe the components of a balanced budget.
A Balanced Budget
- Discuss the politics of adaptation.
- Explain the elements required for a balanced budget.
- Discuss the tools used for budget implementation and control.
- Describe the discretion-abuse-control cycle
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