fiscal year

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fiscal year

(FY) (fiskăl yēr)
Any 12-month cycle that a business or other enterprise chooses to organize its financial reporting.
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The total budget grew to $623 million from $550 million as the city carried over projects and contracts that have been approved in previous budgets by the City Council but will not be completed by Thursday, the final day of the current budget year.
The explanations should enable us to conduct an analysis of the assumptions adopted in order to forecast particular items of the MFP and to verify whether in the next budget years the accepted method of forecasting was modified and whether these modifications had substantial foundations.
During the three Obama budget years that have been completed (2010-2012), spending as a percentage of GDP has been 24.
While the new federal budget year began on October 1, the only research appropriations that were approved and signed into law this year were for the Dept.
And even in healthier budget years, city departments including the LAPD have stomached cuts to their budgets.
The Smaller Learning Communities grant distributed over $473,000,000 for the 2000-2003 budget years.