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What is the difference between performance budgeting, line item budgeting and program budgeting?
Performance budgeting refers to a budget that reflects the input of resources and the output of services for each unit of an organization. [ This type of budget is commonly used by the government to show the link between the funds provided to the public and the outcome of these service while line-item budgeting is eventually retained by most public entities, because it is the first step in
identifying costs, whether governments make a move to programme so the budget depends on their needs and program budgeting helps achieve performance evaluation, i.e. how much street cleaning costs, how much does it cost to clean 1 km of street, how is the current dpt performing against other similar units, and relate outputs to costs. ]
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