Budgeting and Financial Management for National Defense
Jerry L. McCaffery, Naval Postgraduate School
Lawrence R. Jones, Naval Postgraduate School
A volume in the series: Research in Public Management. Editor(s): Lawrence R. Jones, Naval Postgraduate School.
Acknowledgements. Chapter I: National Defense Policy and Resource Decision Making: Unique Challenges. Chapter II: The Federal Government Budget Process. Chapter III: Budgeting for National Defense: Complicated but Workable. Chapter IV: The Planning, Programming, Budgeting, Execution System. Chapter V: Congress and the Defense Budget: From the Cold War to the War on Terrorism. Chapter VI: Supplemental Appropriations for National Defense. Chapter VII: Defense Budget Execution. Chapter VIII: Budget Process Participants: The Pentagon. Chapter IX: Budget Process Participants: The Claimants. Chapter X: Financial Management and Defense Budgeting. Chapter XI: Budgeting and Management of Defense Weapons Acquisition. Chapter XII: National Defense and Federal Government Budgeting and Management Reform: History, Transformation and the Future. Appendix A: Definition of Acronyms. Bibliography. Index.
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