2 edition of Report on the Seminar on Programme and Performance Budgeting System found in the catalog.
Report on the Seminar on Programme and Performance Budgeting System
Seminar on Programme and Performance Budgeting System (1976 Abeokuta, Nigeria)
|Other titles||Programme and performance budgeting system., Program and performance budgeting system.|
|Statement||organised jointly by the Ogun State Ministry of Establishments and Training and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Abeokuta, for management personnel of the Ogun State Public Service.|
|Contributions||Ogun State (Nigeria). Ministry of Establishments and Training., Ogun State (Nigeria). Ministry of Finance and Economic Development., Ogun State Public Service.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2184.7.Z9 O357 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||82240227|
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