nonexpendable


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nonexpendable

(ˌnɒnɪkˈspɛndəbəl)
adj
(General Engineering) engineering relating to an item that is not consumed when it is used
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Indeed, permanent funds--such as the Texas "Permanent School Fund," which had $46.5 billion of assets in 2018--exist strictly to report fiduciary relationships that not only benefit the reporting government but also have a nonexpendable principal.
Available funds (AF, defined as cash and investments less certain nonexpendable restricted net assets) totaled $2.89 billion at fiscal year-end 2017, covering operating expenses ($11.5 billion) and pro forma debt (approximately $11.6 billion) by a low 25.1% and 25.0%, respectively.
Add to that: Plumly views the literal experiences that make up his poems as nonexpendable materials.
But in the context of a nonexpendable relationship, obfuscation promotes distrust.
The mission of the section is to maintain 100-percent property book accountability for all 51,000 nonexpendable, durable, and expendable but reportable pieces of equipment on 246 separate hand receipts.
Judge advocates must be aware that "[a]ll Army property, except real property, is classified for property accounting purposes as expendable, durable, or nonexpendable." Id.
Dear Half-Mast, What's the right way to account for Class 7, nonexpendable items that are components of end items (COEIs)?
Materiel release is required for all nonexpendable materiel; high-density military expendables; materiel procured by the Defense Logistics Agency; jointly developed materiel; materiel procured by another Service; and software or block updates.
These "nonexpendable" funds had a "capital maintenance" (or economic resources) measurement focus and reported expenses in their operating statements.
Another post saved money and improved internal controls by combining separate motor pool, facilities management and expendable supply operations with its nonexpendable operations.
Melting was carried out by a nonexpendable tungsten electrode into a copper water-cooled tank (hearth).