Examines the checkered history of program budgeting (PPB) as a means of rationalizing the allocation of resources within and across government agencies. This book includes a study of the adoption and effects of PPB at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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William F. West is a professor and Sara Lindsey Chair in the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University.
1. Introduction: Lessons Not Learned 2. A Brief History of Planning, Programming, Budgeting Systems 3. The Survival and Evolution of Program Budgeting at Department of Defense 4. NOAA's Adoption of PPB and Matrix Management 5. Evaluating NOAA's Management Initiatives 6. PPB and the Holy Grail of Performance Management 7. Administrative Doctrine and Administrative Reality Appendix References Index
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