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Performance Budgeting System

Performance-based budgeting is the practice of developing budgets based on the relationship between program funding levels and expected results or anticipated outcome from that program. A Performance-based budgeting system (PBS) allocates funds based on programmatic results that contribute to the organizational goals. The system refers to a single or a set of performance target(s) which must be achieved at a given expenditure level.

History of Budget Approach

Performance budget systems

Features & Benefits

  • Both Top-down and Bottom-up Approach
  • Budgeting Forecasting (3 Year & 5 Years)
  • Budget Planning – Framework Process
  • Budget Preparation – Draft Estimation
  • Budget Approval – Budget Submission
  • Budget Reporting
  • Open Architecture
  • Light weight using client side technologies
  • Compatibility with Tablets and Mobiles.
  • PBS increases transparency on how government policies translate into spending. 
  • The PBS Dashboard provides critical insights for quicker analysis, decision-making and execution.
  • PBS eliminates manual consolidation across Government Ministries.
  • The system can be customized and adapts to unique requirements.
  • The systems functional integration is simpler and less costly to maintain. 
  • Provides access to historical budget data by users within Ministry Agencies and Institutions.
  • Our clients fully own the system therefore, they can make changes within the budget framework.
  • PBS prevents unauthorized access as the entire system is protected by various security levels and access controls.
  • The system facilitates the preparation of budget documents.
  • PBS gives you the flexibility to choose the deployment that best suits your unique process flow needs.
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