Opportunities to Reduce Expenses in Local Public Administration
The approached theme tackles the opportunities that the local public administration has to improve the expenditure based on modern scientific Public expenses clasify as : functional expenses and economic expenses. Functional expenses are reflected in the classification of financial indicators that apply in the public sector. Thus, functional expenses are grouped into chapters and subchapters which indicate a particular function performed by state institutions: public authorities, other general public services, government debt and borrowing transactions, public order and national security, education, culture, religion, sports, social welfare, environment and water, fuel and energy, transport and communications. methods. In terms of the current economic crisis that our country is facing too, the local public administration should consider these opportunities. In this work, there is a short presentation of the steps to be taken and the management analysis techniques which can contribute to achieving a program on expenses control within the local public administration.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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