Okla. city manager looks to overhaul budgeting process

01/18/2013 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

Broken Arrow, Okla., City Manager Thom Moton says he aims to make the budget process similar to personal budgeting by planning based on how much each department can expect to have, instead of what it wants. Departments have been working the opposite way, determining what they want, then cutting items based on how much money they have. Moton says he hopes to have the process in place by 2014.

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