The Central Budget Management System (CBMS)
CBMS is the system used to manage the flow of financial information between Finance and Australian Government agencies to facilitate agency cash and appropriation management, the preparation of budget documentation and financial reporting.
CBMS modules are used for Appropriation and Cash Management (ACM), Annual Estimates updates (BEAM), Monthly Estimates Profiles (BEAM), Monthly and Annual Reporting (BEAM) and recording of Budget measures (BPCD).
CBMS Training and Support
Training courses for the Central Budget Management System (CBMS) are scheduled according to the budget process timetable and user demand. Details of training courses scheduled are emailed to all users on a monthly basis.
- Phone: (02) 6215 2205
- Fax: (02) 6267 3567
- E-mail: CBMSTrainingTeam@finance.gov.au
The CBMS Service Desk provides a single point of contact for CBMS support matters, including user access, incident management, and usage assistance.
- Phone: (02) 6215 3535
- Fax: (02) 6267 3444
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hours: 8.00am - 5.00pm, Monday - Friday, except ACT public Holidays
The Government announced in the 2010-11 Budget that it will comprehensively redevelop the Central Budget Management System (CBMS). The CBMS is the core whole-of-government ICT system underpinning the budget and financial management of the Australian Government.
Read more about the CBMS Redevelopment.
Contact for information on this page: email@example.com