The data submission should already be complete / BTS will map.
In FY 2011-12 we will map capital bureau spending according to the FY 2011-12 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) project list (which includes capital outlay as well as project-related personal services and materials and services dollars).
Capital spending will be displayed in two ways:
- Summarized CIP costs at the coalition level will be displayed as a color-coded range – as was done for FY 2010-11 – based on the total spending per user. Call out boxes will report detailed cost data by coalition (both the local share as well as the city-wide share in total and per user, consistent with last year’s approach).
- Individual CIP projects will be mapped in their specific locations (either with lines, dots or polygon areas) with a legend in the bureau notes section detailing the top 10 (by FY 2011-12 cost).
To reduce redundancy and encourage efficiency of effort, BTS will build these maps from the CIP mapping effort/database which should have already been completed. BTS will work with your CIP mapping database to:
- Display individual CIP projects
- Provide legend detail on the top 10 projects by FY 2011-12 dollar amount
- Summarize CIP spending at the coalition level
The budget mapping effort will include very few of the attribute columns included in the CIP mapping databases. These include:
- Project name (if applicable)
- FY 2011-12 total budget (portion of total budget to be spent this fiscal year)
Please take a moment to review your CIP data in the BTS system and confirm that it ties to the following (from the FY 2011-12 Adopted Budget):
- PBOT - $102,796,265
- Parks - $26,377,591
Email Lisa Shaw and Tess Jordan once your review is complete so that BTS can start CIP mapping.
Bureaus will be given an opportunity to review the maps once BTS has created a draft based on the uploaded CIP data.