budget flush

budget flush

A recently coined term referring to the spending spree that occurs at the end of the fourth quarter in some departments in an enterprise, based on the concern that the money might not be available in the following year.
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With the way things are going, investors who are looking at the long term might even see a budget flush at the end of this year.
traditional budget flush on the buyer side were also key factors behind the
Due largely to a big fourth quarter budget flush by MSOs in all regions, worldwide CMTS revenue was up 13% from 3Q03 to 4Q03 at $126 million, and port shipments were up 31%.
With a budget flush with cash due to the past year's booming economy, Los Angeles city officials were warned Monday to save for the future and the uncertainties of a possible economic slowdown.
The typical end-of-year budget flush in that region did not occur, and, in fact, tape automation sales in the last two weeks of the quarter were flat.
His legacy also includes a city budget flush with surplus revenues and the Vision 2020 strategic plan he called for on the occasion of the city's 25th anniversary.
EMEA posted another negative quarter amid the ongoing fiscal crisis in Europe, and we may not see much of the usual final quarter budget flush, as it seems just as the European Commission gets closer to economic steadiness, more negative reports arrive.
There was no budget flush at the end of this year according to the latest poll," says Dr.
This week, DWP head David Freeman said he's willing to provide tens of millions of public dollars to keep the city budget flush.
Meanwhile, EMEA had a seasonally typical budget flush, with a 21% pop in router and switch spending, despite a poorer year and the ongoing euro/Greece/debt/etc.
27 /PRNewswire/ -- Due largely to a big fourth quarter budget flush by MSOs in all regions, worldwide CMTS revenue was up 13% from 3Q03 to 4Q03 at $126 million, and port shipments were up 31%.
Schmitt continues: "While the typical end-of-year budget flush failed to materialize in North America with AT&T and Verizon spending less, it did appear in full effect in EMEA, particularly Europe, up almost 11%.
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