Introduction to Revenues and Revenue Spending (F130)


Type: Classroom
Duration: 15:00 hours
Status: Active

Financial officers must know the difference between revenues and the various types of other funding options available, and to know how and when to use them. This course introduces the different types of non-tax revenues and the other funding options in the federal government as well as their associated spending authorities, key delivery mechanisms and controls. Participants will get a basic understanding of non-tax revenue, including how it is managed within the public sector; when and how departments can re-spend revenues and use specified purpose accounts; and the roles and responsibilities of financial officers and program managers.

Topics include:

  • non-tax revenue
  • vote-netted revenue
  • revolving funds
  • specified purpose accounts
  • roles and responsibilities
More about this course
  • Topics: Finance
  • Community: Supervisors; Managers; Functional specialists
  • Audience: Financial officers
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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