Program Budgeting in International Organizations: A Comparative Analysis.
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The report discusses the group of United Nations organizations as both disparate and duplicative, needing greater unity despite diversities. Each agency has evolved particular procedures for program planning and budgeting for its own operations, rending difficult system coordination. The writer describes resulting problems in five of the largest U.N. organizations, and suggests techniques for achieving a better information system.
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