A two-year period of time; in Kentucky accountability is calculated every two years.
The budget period that comprises two fiscal years.
A 2-year term of legislative activity by the General Assembly. Each 2-year term of the General Assembly is numbered. For example, the General Assembly elected in November 2000 for the term 2001-2002 is the 92nd General Assembly. The General Assembly elected in November 2002 for the term 2003-2004 is the 93rd General Assembly.
A two-year period used by the state for financial and budget purposes. It includes two fiscal years, running from July 1 in an even-numbered year to June 30 of the next even-numbered year. For example, the 2004-2006 biennium runs from July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2006.
A period of two years. For TCA purposes, these are the two fiscal years corresponding to TCA's legislative appropriation from September 1 of an odd-numbered year to August 31 of the next odd-numbered year.
The Commonwealth budgets on a two year basis. A two year (biennial) budget runs from July 1 of an even numbered year until June 31 of the next even number year. The period from July 1, 2002 through June 31, 2004 is called the 2002-2004 Biennium. From July 1, 2002 through June 31, 2003 is considered fiscal year 2003 even though it begins in calendar year 2002.
A two-year period. The Legislature meets once per biennium.
A 24-month fiscal period. In Washington, the biennium extends from July 1 of odd numbered years to June 30 of odd numbered years.
A two-year period. This term is used to describe the two-year term of the Legislature that begins in an odd-numbered year and ends in an even-numbered year. With respect to the State budget, the fiscal biennium begins on July 1 of an odd- numbered year and ends on June 30 of an odd-numbered year.
A period of 24 consecutive months, beginning on September 1 of each odd numbered year. Example: September 1, 1997 through August 31, 1999.
A span of two years. | In Nebraska, a budget is adopted for a biennium. [ Lesson 4
Any two-year period, used mostly in school funding to refer to the two fiscal years that make up each state budget.
A two-year period. In a legislative context â€œbienniumâ€ is most often used to describe the two-year term of the Florida Legislature that begins after a general election and continues until the next general election two years away.
1) the two-year period by which the state budget is set. Money is appropriated for a two-year budget cycle during the odd-numbered years. The fiscal biennium runs from July 1 in an odd-numbered year to June 30 in the next odd-numbered year. 2) the two-year legislative term, which begins in January of an odd-numbered year and ends in December of an even-numbered year.
A two-year term of legislative activity, usually used in association with the budget.
Two year budgeting period. Begins July 1st in odd-numbered years and ends June 30th of odd-numbered years.
A two-year period. As used in the ARRT renewal process, the start of the radiologic technologist's birth month every other year marks the beginning of a biennium. Because the ARRT renewal process is linked to a technologist's birth month, the biennial period is likewise linked to a technologist's birth month. Radiologic technologists must earn 24 CE credits every two years.
A two-year period. This term is used to describe the two-year cycle of a Legislature or the period of the state budget.
The two fiscal years beginning in an even-numbered fiscal year which represents the period covered by the biennial budget of the State (e.g., we are currently in the "2002-2003 biennium", the 2-year budgeting period ending June 30, 2003).