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Title Improving asset management in the public sector
Published Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, [1991]
©1991

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Description xii, 54 pages ; 25 cm
Series MAB-MIAC publication series ; no. 1
MAB-MIAC publication series ; no. 1
Summary The paper identifies, through a review of the institutional environment and the use of case studies, the program which has occurred in improving asset management in the Commonwealth, it also identifies areas where there is scope for further improvement. CONTENTS : Executive summary. Asset holdings and capital expenditure. The impact of existing reforms; Main issue arising form case studies. Potential of accrual accounting. The budget and asset management. Impact of the budgetary reforms and the way ahead. Case studie. Public finance management. User charging. Accrual accounting. assets, accounting, management, asset holdings, capital expenditure, reforms, receipts retention, running costs, asset registers, accrual accounting, budget, asset management, budgeting reforms
Analysis Accrual accounting
Asset management
Assets
Budgets
Case studies
Comparisons
Federal issue
Government agencies
Reform
Notes "A joint publication of the Management Advisory Board and its Management Improvement Advisory Committee" --Cover
"May 1991."
"Originally published in 1990 in the Department of Finance discussion paper series" -- Foreword
AGPS Cat. no. 9101461
Commonwealth of Australia 1991
Issuing Body A joint publication of the Management Advisory Board and its Management Improvement Advisory Committee
Notes MAB-MIAC publication series no:1
Subject Assets (Accounting)
Assets (Accounting) -- Management.
Civil service -- Australia -- Management.
Finance, Public -- Australia -- Management.
Government property -- Australia -- Management.
Author Australia. Management Advisory Board
Australia. Management Advisory Board. Management Improvement Advisory Committee
LC no. 2334000011
ISBN 0644138238