Accrued Expenditures
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Accrued Expenditures
Accrued expenditures means the charges incurred by the recipient during a given period requiring the provision of funds for: (1) Goods and other tangible property received; (2) Services performed by employees, contractors, subcontractors, and other payees; and (3) Other amounts becoming owed under programs for which no current services or performance is required.
Accrued Expenditures
mean the charges incurred by the grantee during a given period requiring the provision of funds for: 1. Goods and other tangible property received; 2. Services performed by employees, contractors, subgrantees, subcontractors, and other payees; and 3. Other amounts becoming owed under programs for which no current services or performance is required, such as annuities, insurance claims, and other benefit payments.
Accrued Expenditures

Accrued expenditures mean the charges incurred by the grantee during a given period requiring the provision of funds for: 

  1. Goods and other tangible property received; 
  2. Services performed by employees, contractors, subgrantees, subcontractors, and other payees; and 
  3. Other amounts becoming owed under programs for which no current services or performance is required, such as annuities, insurance claims, and other benefit payments.
Accrued Expenditures

The term used for the credits entered into the budgetary accounts to recognize liabilities incurred for (1) Services performed by employees, contractors, other Government accounting entities, vendors, carriers, grantees, lessors, etc.; (2) Goods and other tangible property received; and (3) Items such as annuities or insurance claims for which no current service is required. Accrued expenditures are categorized as either paid or unpaid.

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Accrued Expenditures has been defined 4 different ways in documents like Electronic Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 1260, Subpart B, Regulation 97.3 Definitions, Office of the Secretary of Labor Terminology, and 1 more.

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