Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 5.0127 ]
The local review procedures for the final budget estimates are the same as those used for the preliminary budget estimates. The differences are the quality of estimates and the end product. During the final budget estimating process, objectives become better refined and related cost estimates more accurate over time and experience gained from the fiscal year in progress. The end product for the preliminary budget estimates is a budget resolution while the final budget estimates result in an appropriation act.History: Rule 3-83, eff 4 Apr 83, § E.8.