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Fiscal year 1988 supplemental budget of the District of Columbia

Ronald Reagan

Fiscal year 1988 supplemental budget of the District of Columbia

communication from the President of the United States transmitting two requests for fiscal year 1988 budget supplementals for the District of Columbia, pursuant to Public Law 93-198, section 446; Public Law 98-473, section 101(b).

by Ronald Reagan

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Washington (D.C.) -- Appropriations and expenditures.,
  • United States -- Appropriations and expenditures, 1988.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHouse document / 100th Congress, 2d Session -- 100-223., House document (United States. Congress. House) -- 100-223.
    ContributionsReagan, Ronald., United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17672993M

      (WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser presented her Fiscal Year (FY21) Budget and May 13 Mayor Bowser Extends Stay at Home Order and Public Health Emergency Through June 8. Mayor Muriel Bowser issued Mayor’s Order to extend the District The federal government enacted the Cash Management Improvement Act of (CMIA) to ensure greater efficiency, effectiveness, and equity in the exchange of funds between the federal government and the states, territories, and the District of Columbia. The CMIA regulations require the calculation of an interest liability due to the federal government when the state receives federal funds in

      $39,, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (Washington, D.C.) $22,, Deed Tax Revenue Bonds Series A $12,, Series A Serial Bonds Year (June 1)   Forty-three states and the District of Columbia also maintain a separate emergency fund for natural or man-made disasters. Unspent disaster fund dollars carry forward to the next year in most cases, and 23 states allow the executive branch to transfer unspent appropriations from other budget areas into the fund if a disaster ://

      FY Approved Budget, Changes to Date, and Supplemental Budget (table) FY Approved Budget. The District’s FY budget was approved on Janu , as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, (P.L. ).   A fiscal year (or financial year, or sometimes budget year) is used in government accounting, which varies between countries, and for budget is also used for financial reporting by businesses and other organizations. Laws in many jurisdictions require company financial reports to be prepared and published on an annual basis, but generally do not require the reporting period to


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Fiscal year 1988 supplemental budget of the District of Columbia by Ronald Reagan Download PDF EPUB FB2

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President ( Reagan); United ://   In Fiscal Yearit reached: 94, District of Columbia residents, or 13% of the state population (1 in 8) 38, participants in the United States, or 12% of the total population (1 in 9)a Source: CBPP analysis of data from USDA Food and Nutrition Service, FY Many District of Columbia households struggle to put food on the :// /default/files/atoms/files/ Get this from a library.

Fiscal year budget supplemental of the District of Columbia: communication from the President of the United States transmitting a fiscal year budget supplemental of the District of Columbia budget, pursuant to Public Lawsec. (87 Stat. ) ; Public Lawsec. (b) (98 Stat. ):// The House and Senate Appropriations Committee held a conference meeting on the Fiscal Year supplemental budget for Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Pandemic Flu.

Members debated various ?/conference-fiscal-yearsupplemental-budget. The Board, as governing body, votes to adopt the Budget. The outcome is a legally adopted budget as published in the Budget Book.

Amending the Budget - Local Budget Law defines procedures and controls on allowed changes to the budget during the fiscal year, commonly referred to as supplemental budgets.

In supplemental budgets, the District may   Adopted Budget General Fund Expense Assumptions Maintain fiscal stability by keeping expenditures in-line with revenue expectations Honor treatment of faculty and staff Maintain benefits programs Increase pension contributions.5%), both employee and District (AED & SAED), per statute.

Adopted Budget 12 Adopted Book Final. House and Senate conferees meet to propose and vote on various amendments to the proposed fiscal year emergency war and hurricane relief supplemental appropriations ://?/supplemental-appropriations-conference.

The District of Columbia Income Tax Secured Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series B (the “Series B Bonds”), are issued as supplemented by a Nineteenth Supplemental Indenture of Trust between the District and the Trustee dated as of November 1, (the generated and to be generated in any Fiscal Year of the ://   For more information on the documents presented here, contact the Office of Budget and Planning at () View and explore the District's operating budget with the interactive CFOInfo dashboard.

Includes quarterly data on current-year operating budget and ://   Section (c-1)(10) of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act ofeffective March 3, (D.C. Law ; D.C. Official Code § (c-1)(10)), is amended by striking the phrase "Chairperson per year" and inserting the phrase "Chairperson per year; except, that for the remainder of following the   The District of Columbia Income Tax Secured Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series A (the “Series A Bonds”), are issued as Senior Bonds pursuant to (i) the Income Tax Secured Bond Authorization Act ofeffective Octo (D.C.

Law   With the close of Fiscal Yearthe District of Columbia balanced its budget and received an unqualified opinion for the 19th consecutive fiscal year. Perhaps more importantly, this CAFR represents the first time during that same period when the District has closed a fiscal year with no Yellow Book findings.

This is a Witnesses testified about the Treasury Department Budget, IRS Budget, and a draft of fiscal year financial May 7, Justice Department Fiscal Year Appropriations?/appropriations.

February 5, Fiscal Year Budget. Daniels testified about the president’s proposed budget. Among the issues he addressed were proposed tax cuts, ?/federal-budget-issues. Get this from a library. Proposed fiscal year supplemental budget for the District of Columbia: communication from the President of the United States transmitting a request for supplemental appropriations by the District of Columbia for the fiscal yearpursuant to 31 U.S.C.

[Ronald Reagan; United States. President ( Reagan); United :// The House and Senate Appropriations Committee held a conference meeting on the Fiscal Year supplemental budget for Ap Fiscal Year Defense Supplemental?/fiscal-yeardefense-supplemental.

Long-Range Capital Financial Plan Report - The Chief Financial Officer is pleased to present the long-range capital financial plan report for the District of Columbia, which discusses the District's infrastructure financing needs and possible funding solutions over the next several :// Get this from a library.

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President ( Reagan); United ://   inflation in each year beginning in FY Personal service costs for FY are based on the salaries that would be paid in the remaining three months of the fiscal year. Non-personal services costs for FY include all the one-time costs and a three-month pro-rated amount of the estimated annual costs for training materials, office Decision-Making for.

Compensation Review Board (CRB) in implementation of the District of Columbia Fiscal Year Budget Support Act ofTitle J, the District of Columbia Workers’ Compensation Administrative Reform and Anti-Fraud Amendment Act ofcodified at D.C.

Official Code § In accordance with the Director’s Directive, theBudget of the United States Government: Fiscal Year U.S. Office of Management and Budget, February 2, ; Budget and Economic Outlook: Fiscal Years to U.S. Congressional Budget Office, Janu ; Paying for Iraq's Reconstruction U.S.

Congressional Budget Office, Janu The CBO's baseline budget projections assume no change in current law and forecast a cumulative fiscal year to budget surplus totaling $ billion over the year interval. 46 Over the same interval however, the president's fiscal year budget request was projected to result in net cumulative deficits of $ billion through