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Weaknesses this budget does not give differentiation

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Weaknesses: This budget does not give differentiation between the state and local expenditures and activities. This budget needs to provide more details on the goals, objectives and activities involved in the execution of program. Also information on how this budget compares from the previous year’s budget should be provided. Another weakness of this budget is that the number of FTEs was not identified. The period for this budget is not clearly mentioned. The details of medical equipment expenditures were not provided. This budget does not appear in line with my expectations of a good budget. There is need good tracking of expenditures. There also needs to be nationwide standards between the state and local government to constitute services or how they are to be delivered and organized (Sensining, 2007). Reference:
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Novick, L., Morrow, C., and Mays, G. (2008). Public health administration (2nd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett. Government Finance Officers Association [GFOA] (1999). Recommended budget practices: A framework for improved state and local government budgeting. Retrieved From www.gfoa.org/services/dfl/budget/RecommendedBudgetPractices.pdf Sensining, A. (2007). Refining estimates of public health spending as measured in national health expenditure accounts: The United States experience. Journal of Public Health
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