budget period

budget period

The interval of time—usually 12 months—into which the project period is divided for budgetary and funding purposes.
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Senate, CRA and Treasury have been embroiled in major standoffs annually during the budget period prompting intensive negotiations to agree on the funds counties should get.
You can see that they want us to exit at the end of the budget period, the Prime Minister is suggesting two years.
The deadline coincides with the end of the EU's seven-year budget period and has long been expected as the end date of the transition.
Second, Barnier said Britain had clarified that an offer by May that the other 27 states should not lose out financially from Brexitduring the current EU budget period ending at the end of 2020 would cover payments only in 2019 and 2020.
would not lose out financially during the current EU budget period,
The PM also called for a "bold new strategic agreement" with a treaty on security and also vowed the UK would honour its commitments under the existing budget period - which lasts until 2020.
The structural problem in Oregon's public accounts can go on unaddressed in the two-year budget period that began July 1, but it can't go on forever, with double-digit spending increases every two years.
In the negotiations over the House and Senate plans for the next state budget, legislators are talking about delaying payments from one budget period to the next, a common accounting trick that requires future lawmakers to pay the money back.
UK withdrawal from the EU is unlikely to be before 2020, coinciding with the end of the EU's current budget period.
7 M will be used from the new budget period (2014-2020), even though the funds were initially allocated under the 2007-2013 framework, the Bulgarian National Radio reports.
Of that total, $344,498 has been awarded for the 2015 budget period.
Of the total planned NIH grant, about USD344,498 has been awarded for the 2015 budget period, added the company.

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