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Budget Director Featured as Guest Columnist

Budget Director Andrew Kleine was asked to share his experience reinventing budgeting in Baltimore as a guest columnist for the consulting firm, Barrett & Greene, Inc.

Good Government Book Club Presents Mayor Catherine Pugh's Selection

Mayor Pugh has selected Comeback Cities: A Blueprint for Urban Neighborhood Revival by Paul Grogan for the next meeting of the Good Government Book Club on September 6th, 2017.

Innovation Fund Project highlighted by ILSR

Baltimore's Camp Small Zero Waste Initiative recognized by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) for its contribution to environmental sustainability. ILSR's mission is to "provide innovative strategies, working models and timely information to support environmentally sound and equitable community development."

Fiscal 2018 Agency Detail Available

The Fiscal 2018 Agency Detail, Volumes I & II are now available. 

Join Us: FY18 Budget Pop-Up @ BOE Taxpayer's Night!

The third annual Budget Pop-Up will take place at the War Memorial Building (101 N Gay Street) from 6:00-7:00PM on April 12, 2017, immediately prior to the annual Board of Estimates Taxpayers’ Night Hearing with Mayor Catherine E. Pugh from 7:00-8:00PM.  

FY18 Preliminary Budget Plan Released

On March 29th, the City of Baltimore released its Fiscal 2018 Preliminary Budget Plan.

Three BBMR Employees Recognized for Service

Robert Cenname, Kirsten Silveira and Emma Tessier, employees of the Bureau of the Budget and Management Research were recognized Tuesday for their service to the City of Baltimore and its res

RFS Deadline Has Passed

The deadline for submitting proposals to the City has passed.

The City of Baltimore is no longer accepting proposals for its RFS.

 

Fiscal 2017 Citizen's Guide to the Budget

The Fiscal 2017 Citizen's Guide to the Budget provides residents with a four-page overview of how the City is allocating its resources. 

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