Assessing Options for Changing the Federal Government Budget Process
L. R. JONES AND JERRY MCCAFFERY
PFM, Vol. 2 No. 3, (2002)
The authors examine the enduring difficulties of reforming the
budgetary process, explain some of the causes of these difficulties and
recommend budget reforms as starting points to improve U. S. federal
government budgeting. They also report on initiatives of the Bush
Administration and Congress to implement performance measurement in
federal management and budgeting.
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