This Memorandum is concerned with problems of implementing program budgeting throughout the Federal Government. It deals principally with major barriers existing in the Congress and in the Executive branch, rather than with problems of detailed operations. (Chap. 11 in D. Novick (ed.), Program Budgeting, Harvard University Press, 1965.)
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