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    Need help matching the 20 Budget terms with definitions.

    1. Match the following terms with the appropriate definition.
    Magna Carta

    Mercantilism

    Thomas Jefferson's famous phrase

    Public administration

    Budgeting and Accounting Act of 1921

    Full Employment Act of 1946

    Annual budget

    Comprehensive Budget

    Detailed Line Items

    Identification of all transactions

    Apportionment and Allotment

    Planned-programming budgeting

    Management-by-objectives

    Zero-base budgeting

    Target-base Budgeting

    Nondiscretionary spending

    Entitlements

    Sunset Legislation

    Permanent authority

    Earmarked revenue

    Answer
    1. All revenues and expenditures included in the budget
    2. "the best government is the least government"
    3. Requires the president to create a national budget and established an independent audit agency
    4. Called for economic planning and a budget policy directed toward achieving maximum national employment and production.
    5. Approach to budgeting which requires each year's activities to be considered without looking at past years or current year's activities.
    6. Top-down rationing process
    7. Government programs should automatically expire unless a legislature take positive action to renew the programs every few years
    8. Revenues and expenditures presented for one fiscal year period
    9. Commitment of federal funds outside the effective control of the appropriation process
    10. Presents the exact amount government planned to spend for every separate thing or service that government would purchase.
    11. Economic policy focused on trading relationship that required colonies to provide one or more cash crops such as sugar, indigo, tobacco, and cotton, to the mother country in Europe.
    12. Congress allows the program to spend whatever is necessary following congressional guidelines
    13. An executive branch mechanism to regulate the rate and actual spending of authorizing funds.
    14. Requires setting specific objectives for agencies and requires regular high-level periodic reports on the progress toward achieving those objectives.
    15. Records every obligation and transfer of money and liquidation of obligation
    16. Institutionalized analysis in the executive branch decision-making process.
    17. Food stamps, unemployment compensation, veteran' benefits
    18. Funds from a specific source to be spent in a particular way
    19. Treaty signed in 1215 which define the situation in which taxes could be levied.
    20. Study and practice such that the government will accomplish its policies in an economic and efficient manner.

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    1. Match the following terms with the appropriate definition.
    Magna Carta

    Mercantilism

    Thomas Jefferson's famous phrase

    Public administration

    Budgeting and Accounting Act of 1921

    Full Employment Act of 1946

    Annual budget

    Comprehensive Budget

    Detailed Line Items

    Identification of all transactions

    Apportionment and Allotment

    Planned-programming budgeting

    Management-by-objectives

    Zero-base budgeting

    Target-base Budgeting

    Nondiscretionary spending

    Entitlements ...

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