capital budgeting

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capital budgeting

[′kap·ət·əl ′bəj·əd·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Planning the most effective use of resources to obtain the highest possible level of sustained profits.
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While the Federal Reserve has already published capital planning supervisory expectations that are tailored to the size and complexity of these firms, the proposal would reinforce the Federal Reserve's less stringent expectations for these less systemic firms, which are generally engaged in traditional banking activities.
Capital planning complexity is exacerbated by the fact that most companies have several finance and cross-business unit participants who all utilize manual, non-integrated spreadsheets for the planning process.
Through its capital planning efforts, VA has taken steps to realign its real property portfolio from hospital based, inpatient care to outpatient care, but a substantial number of costly projects and other long-standing challenges also remain.
To make better long-term decisions, many building owners and managers are turning to ongoing capital planning as an integral part of their operations.
Conversely, those that do beautiful 3-D modeling are likely light on the capital planning and cost analysis applications.
Using a transparent capital planning process and strengthening the corporate role can achieve superior capital productivity.
Capital planning aside, developing such an assessment is a useful exercise in its own right.
This would encompass adopting a long-range view of capital planning and the targeting of long-term growth benefits.
Capital planning and stress testing for HSBC North America may impact HSBC USA's future capital and liquidity.
Interested in ensuring that good investment decisions are made, the Chairman and Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Government Efficiency and Financial Management, House Committee on Government Reform, asked GAO to evaluate agency experiences with the capital planning principles embodied in the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Capital Programming Guide and GAO's Executive Guide on leading state, local, and private sector capital investment practices.
Budget Planning: Enables capital planners to allocate budgets, review annual budgets against targets, recommend priorities, and model strategies to manage long-range capital planning requirements.

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