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zero-base budgeting

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noun
a process in government and corporate finance of justifying an overall budget or individual budgeted items each fiscal year or each review period rather than dealing only with proposed changes from a previous budget. Abbreviation: ZBB
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Origin of zero-base budgeting

First recorded in 1970
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