Take charge of the bottom line

Coleman, Ronny J.
July 2003
Fire Chief;Jul2003, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p22
Trade Publication
Focuses on the budget and purchasing management tasks of fire chiefs. Preparation of justifications for acquisition; Development of specifications for items; Recommendation on the use of capital outlays in the budget; Completion of purchase after approval.


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