This white paper highlights the top 5 strategies for IT infrastructure spending that organisations need to adopt if they are to reap the benefits of new technologies whilst maximising IT investments.
Uploaded by redstonemanagedsolutions on 08/31/2010
Digital publication details: 8 pages.
Edited by Andrew Lilico, Hiba Sameen and Ed Holmes The Coalition government plans to cut departmental budgets by 25% by 2014/15. This major report considers how to achieve this for six key departments: Education, Business, Innovation and Skills, Communities and Local Government, the Ministry of Justice, the Home Office and Energy and Climate Change. For these, we examine the status, feasibility and merit for spending reduction for each programme and consider alternatives means of provision, categorising each new cut as “intrinsically desirable”, “plausible” or “unpalatable”.
Uploaded by policyexchange on 10/16/2010
Digital publication details: 114 pages.
The Spending Review is a Treasury-led process to allocate resources across all government departments, according to the Government's priorities. Spending Reviews set firm and fixed spending budgets over several years for each department. It is then up to departments to decide how best to manage and distribute this spending within their areas of responsibility.
Uploaded by hmtreasury on 10/19/2010
Digital publication details: 106 pages.
Defense Budget and Spending: Alignment and Priorities/Revisiting the Policy Environment on Peace and Security
Uploaded by axdpdesigns on 03/29/2013
Digital publication details: 28 pages.
Heritage Foundation has issued a set of five simple actions Congress must take in order to meet the electoral mandate of the American people. These five priorities represent the bare minimum of what is expected of our new representatives.
Uploaded by heritagefoundation on 11/02/2010
Digital publication details: 6 pages.
Regional IT Priorities Latin America and the Caribbean
Uploaded by visionmundial on 06/13/2012
Digital publication details: 6 pages.
The complete Budget Report as presented to the House of Commons on 22 June 2010, by the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne
Uploaded by hmtreasury on 06/21/2010
Digital publication details: 122 pages.
This report provides the results of research carried out by the Policy Studies Institute (PSI), on behalf of Green Alliance and four other environmental organizations, into UK government environmental targets and associated spending. The Treasury publishes a spending review, deciding how public money will be allocated over the following three years. While environmental protection and improvement doesn’t require the level of public finance pumped into the NHS or education, some funding is crucial. The spending review is, therefore, an important process in determining short and medium term spending levels, including expenditure on environmental protection and improvement. For the 2004 spending round this report analyses the spending needed in five major areas: sustainable energy; waste management; biodiversity; food and farming; and marine protection.
Uploaded by greenallianceuk on 11/02/2003
Digital publication details: 67 pages.
What conditions determine the success of Medium Term Expenditure Frameworks (MTEFs)? How should the implementation of MTEFs be sequenced and coordinated with other budget reforms? What role should organizations such as the World Bank, bilateral development partners, and other international agencies play in supporting MTEF adoption? How can country authorities implement a new MTEF or strengthen an existing one?
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 11/02/2012
Digital publication details: 262 pages.
City of Redmond Budgeting by Priorities
Uploaded by cityofredmond on 02/27/2011
Digital publication details: 250 pages.