Six-year capital improvements program, fiscal years, 1972-1977
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Six-year capital improvements program, fiscal years, 1972-1977 District of Columbia Government. by District of Columbia. Capital Improvements Program Technical Advisory Committee.

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Published in [Washington] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Washington (D.C.)

Subjects:

  • Capital budget -- Washington (D.C.)

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsHJ9215 .A7 1971
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 144 p.
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5393085M
LC Control Number72610419

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The six-year Capital Improvements Program is prepared during even-numbered calendar years. Fiscal policy and procedures are developed to assure conformity with generally accepted accounting principles and County policies. 6 YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. A Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a multiyear plan that provides a planned and programmed EDAB recommendations, the six year Transportation Improvement Plan, the Water, Sewer, and: Stormwater Plans, etc. underfunded projects are included for fiscal periods through This inclusion of. Six-Year Capital Improvements Program Fiscal Years - J Omar M. Boulware, Chair Hon. Adrienne A. Mandel, Vice Chair Gene W. Counihan, Commissioner Mary Hopkins-Navies, Commissioner Chris Lawson, Commissioner Dr. Roscoe M. Moore, Jr., Commissioner Jerry N. Johnson, General Manager/CEO. Improvements Program (CIP). This is the CIP book. The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is a projection of the City’s capital investments plan over a six-year period. The CIP is both a fiscal and planning device that allows the City to monitor all capital project costs, funding sources, departmental responsibilities, and timing schedules.

This document represents the Capital Improvement Budget and Program of the City of Tampa covering the fiscal years - 74 through - Capital improvement programming is an annual undertaking invol-ving the review of the prior year's program and the making of modifications and. A capital improvements program is composed of two parts -- a capital budget and a capital program. The capital budget is the upcoming year's spending plan for capital items (tangible assets or projects that cost at least $10, and have a useful life of at least five years). The capital program is a plan for capital expenditures that extends File Size: 62KB. Six Year Capital Program for Fiscal Years 20 20 – roadways, and over this six‐year capital program, over $ million will be invested in reconstruction and resurfacing of City streets, notice a dramatic improvement in the quality of our streets. Capital improvements program Capital Improvements Program total Cip Budget Fiscal Year Budget – $ million (in millions) engineering and Capital Projects $ (%) Metropolitan Wastewater $ (%) • $ million or 25% decrease from the Annual Fiscal Year Capital Improvements Program (CIP) budget.

provisions for amending the Capital Budget during the fiscal year, the Capital Improvement Program is reviewed and revised each year. An additional year is added to maintain the full five-year period of the program. The first year projects are reviewed and a recommendation is made from this list to be. This biennial Capital Improvements Program takes effect for the six-year period which begins in each odd-numbered fiscal year. The Charter provides that the County Executive shall submit a Capital Budget to the Council, not later than January 15 of each year. This section of the CIP lists capital improvements approved by the Assembly for FY Resolution number (c)(am) adopting the City and Borough of Capital Improvement Program for fiscal years through , and establishing the capital improvement project priorities for fiscal year is shown along with a table that shows the. The Capital Budget and Capital Improvements Program (CIP) cover larger long‑term investments in facilities & infrastructure, or Capital Projects. Examples include the construction of public schools, street maintenance, and parks improvements. These investments often take years to build, and their costs may be distributed over time.