Administrative budget definition

Administrative budget means the budget for administrative costs of the successor agencies as provided in Section 34177.
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Administrative budget means (i) the initial budget for the period from the Effective Date to December 31, 2010, setting forth in reasonable detail the anticipated Post-Confirmation Expenses of the FFR Trust, as prepared by the Liquidating Trustee and approved by the Trust Oversight Committee pursuant to Article IV.O of this Plan; and (ii) any budget for a subsequent six-month period, setting forth in reasonable detail the anticipated Post- Confirmation Expenses of the FFR Trust, together with any amendments or modifications thereto, as prepared by the Liquidating Trustee and approved by the Trust Oversight Committee pursuant to Article IV.O of this Plan.
Administrative budget means the annual administrative budget of the Fund referred to in article 6, section 10 of the Agreement Establishing IFAD, which shall consist of a regular budget, a capital budget and an Independent Office of Evaluation of IFAD budget;

Examples of Administrative budget in a sentence

Approval of the following Budget claims for the 2017-2018 fiscal year, to include Board Members in attendance at the 11/6/2017 and 12/20/2017 meetings; Administrative Budget Expense Summaries; and Treasurer’s Cash Account Summaries per Govt.


More Definitions of Administrative budget

Administrative budget has the meaning set forth in Section 9.1(g).
Administrative budget means the amount allocated, from time to time, to the Implementing Entity by the SCF Trust Fund Committee (or in the case of the Country Programming Administrative Budget and the Special Administrative Budget where the expenditures for the special activities or initiatives are to be incurred by more than one MDB, by the MDB Committee based on the authority granted by the SCF Trust Fund Committee) as administrative budget to cover administrative and other costs incurred by the Implementing Entity in connection with the performance of its administrative services and other activities in support of the SCF (other than the costs covered by Project Administration Fees or any fees received by the Implementing Entity from any Project Recipient), and may comprise: (i) Core Administrative Budget; (ii) Country Programming Administrative Budget; and (iii) Special Administrative Budget (each as the “Sub- category of the Administrative Budget”);
Administrative budget means a portion of the GEF’s administrative budget (other than Special Initiatives and UNIDO Fees), which is allocated to UNIDO, if applicable, in accordance with the applicable policies and procedures of the GEF;
Administrative budget means the wind-down budget of the Debtors approved by the DIP Lender for the post-Effective Date wind-down and dissolution of the Debtors and their Estates, which shall be filed as part of the Plan Supplement.
Administrative budget means the administrative costs of the Vendor as detailed in Schedule "A" which costs will be incurred in furtherance of developing the Business and ensuring that the Business Plan is implemented in a timely manner;
Administrative budget means (i) the initial budget for the six-
Administrative budget means the initial budget and any subsequent budget, each for a six-month period commencing on the Effective Date, setting forth in reasonable detail the anticipated Post-Confirmation Expenses of the Liquidating Trust, together with any amendments or modifications thereto, as prepared by the Liquidating Trustee.