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Flexible Budgeting 

The process of developing a budget based on different workload levels. Often used after the fact to calculate the amount that would have been budgeted for the actual workload levels attained.

(Graham, Andrew. 2007. Canadian Public-Sector Financial Management. Kingston, ON: School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University; Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.)

 

     

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