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  • 1. PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND BUDGETING SYSTEM MODELS (PPBS) SUMMARY: Planning, programming and budgeting system (PPBS) is a very important and effective way to need the some objective. I have tried to present this model for the learner/the persons who are related with the “Planning, programming and budgeting system” (PPBS) through an easy way. My goal is to make these persons to understand the value in the way of implantation of PPBS Planning, programming and budgeting system (PPBS) applies to public services organizations such as local authorities and hospitals, these organizations will run short- term departmentally based budgeting system to control expenditure within a financial year. The PPBS is a formal, systematic structure for making decisions on policy, strategy, and the development of forces and capabilities to accomplish anticipated missions. The PPBS is a cyclic process containing three distinct but interrelated phases INTRODUCTION: In the 1980s and early 1990s, the PPBS model was in favor in many institutions of higher education, it is based on an intensive planning process that defines all activities within the unit and provides an analysis of the cost effectiveness of those activities. PPBS are about how resources are going to be achieve the various objectives of the organization for example, the care of the elderly, once the objectives have been established programs are identified to meet those objectives and the cost/benefits of alternative programs are assessed. Planning, programming and budgeting system (PPBS) is a middle type of budget between the traditional character and object budget, on the one hand, and the performance budget on the other. The major contribution of PPBS lies in the planning process, I.E- the process of making program policy decisions that lead to a specific budget and specific multi-year plans. The preferred programs form in effect a long term plan to be pursued over a number of years; each program budget will disclose the cost of providing a service to satisfy an objective, Broken down into time periods, it therefore informs management in a manner allowing them to make judgments about such effectiveness that would not be possible it programs were fragmented in the departmental of budget concerned. Planning: which produces the Defense Planning Guidance (DPG); programming: which produces approved Program Objective Memorandums (POM) for the Military Department and Defense Agencies; and budgeting: budget is a budget in which expenditures are based primarily on programs of work and secondarily on character and object. Conclusion: Planning, programming and budgeting system (PPBS) is a budgeting system that Makes sense in theory is very difficult to implement and manage higher education selling 1
  • 2. A Major shortfall of the PPBS approach to budgeting methods to adequately measure outcomes, this is particularly true in higher education, where a number of factors contribute to the education of a student PPBS in practice are both “time and labor” intensive but it does link fiscal discussion directly to the planning processes and program implementations processes of the institution. Effective PPBS systems rely on agreed upon goals and objectives for the institution and the unit and achievement of goals is directly related to funding. Message: The PPBS is now being modified into the PPBE, which puts more emphasis on execution, thus the E instead of the S in the acronym. About The Author: Mohammad Wahid Abdullah Khan (MBA, CPFA, CPIA, CFC) Dhaka, Bangladesh Home Page: http://wahidbd.page4.me MOHAMMAD WAHID ABDULLAH KHAN Dhaka, Bangladesh, is a PhD Candidate in "Criminal Psychology" as well he is “freelance Author, online columnists, Human psychoanalyst, industrial psychotherapist, Certified Financial Consultant, & Certified Forensic Accountant, too dynamic entrepreneur, utilize creativity leadership and teamwork to design and execute solutions that creates customer value. Moreover Mr. Khan is CEO & Certified Consultant of” Wahid & co, Wak Business Solutions, Wak Business Support, “Wam Associates” & leader of the” Wahid Consulting Group”; Prior to consultancy Mr. Wahid has fulfilled more than 14 (fourteen) years working in various fields of Business like - Accounts, Finance, Auditing (Internal & External Audit), Project budgeting and Project costing related positions in some of the largest group & join venture companies in Bangladesh. Which experience encouraged him to work as a “professional consultant” from a few years, Mr. Khan is realistic and implements his assignment within the bounds, objectives and capabilities of the organization. His extraordinary quick understanding of strategic options helps find direction and supports management in decision making. He has a “doer” attitude and gets things done on the technical and functional side. As a “Consultant” Mr. Wahid believe that his study & physiological motivation is very strong, as well my confident level is high & my quantitative skills are well-built also he is crystal clear about my every single goal which helped me to be a very tough contestant “Consultant” in the business consultant arena 2
  • 3. Professional Membership: • Associate Member – Institute of Management Consultants Bangladesh (IMCB) •Member- Association of Proposal Management Professionals® (APMP®) • Member – The Next level Purchasing Association. •Member- The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) • Member - The Professional Risk manager’s international Association (PRMIA) • Affiliate Member- Global Association of Risk Professional (GARP) • Member - The International Association of Risk and Compliance Professionals (IARCP) • Lifetime Member - Dragon fire martial arts association “International” (DFMAA) • Individual Member: License Logic LLC • Associate Membership - The American Psychological Association (APA) • Member - The Global Community of Information Professionals 3