Goal: Decrease budgeted funding for ineffective or unnecessary expenditures

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Budgetary reporting requirementsCity of New York
Country of United States of America
Advocates - Good Government
Government Agencies - Independent Budget Offices
Electeds - State and Provincial Legislators
Electeds - Local Legislators
Government Agencies - Departments of Budgets
Debt limit restrictionsCountry of United States of America
State of Washington
Advocates - Regressive Taxation
Advocates - Fiscal Conservatives
Labor Unions - Civil Service
Advocates - Progressive Taxation
Earmark restrictionsCountry of United States of AmericaAdvocates - Fiscal Conservatives
Government Agencies - Departments of Budgets
Electeds - Local Legislators
Electeds - State and Provincial Legislators
Associations - Building and Construction
Labor Unions - Construction Workers
Labor Unions - Road Workers
Electeds - National Legislators
Participatory budgeting proceduresCity of New York
City of Chicago
City of Vallejo
City of Boston
City of Saint Louis
Advocates - Disadvantaged and Minority Groups
Advocates - Good Government
Government Agencies - Departments of Budgets
Associations - Finance
Electeds - Local Legislators
Performance-based budgeting proceduresState of Florida
State of Kentucky
State of Texas
State of Minnesota
City of Sunnyvale, CA
Electeds - Local Legislators
Electeds - State and Provincial Legislators
Government Agencies - Independent Budget Offices
Constituents- All taxpayers
Government Agencies - Departments of Budgets
Government Agencies - All Departments of Direct Public Service Provision
Zero-based budgeting proceduresState of Georgia
State of Illinois
State of California
State of Ohio
Electeds - Local Executives
Electeds - State and Provincial Executives
Electeds - National Executives
Constituent Groups:All taxpayers
Government Agencies - Departments of Budgets
Government Agencies - Departments of Service Provision