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Third Annual Capital Improvement Plan Report Published

FY 2012-13 CIPAR ReportFor the third year in a row, the Portland Water Bureau’s Engineering Services Group has published the Fiscal Year (FY) 2012-13 Capital Improvement Plan Annual Report (CIPAR).

The purpose of this report is to increase transparency and accountability, and provide current CIP project status details.

The report summarizes the Portland Water Bureau’s progress on its capital projects in the past fiscal year and lays the groundwork for upcoming budget discussions for continuing projects. The CIPAR contains “profiles” for all projects recording costs during FY 2012-13. Major projects with a total cost of more than $500,000 each have a single page profile of project scope, schedule, budget and recent photos. 

The report compiles and reconciles multiple data sources including: SAP, AtTask, 903 Mains, GIS, Synergen and team knowledge. Similar to previous years, CIP Planning partnered with many colleagues from the Water Bureau's Administration, Finance and Support Services, and Resource Protection and Planning work groups to ensure data quality as well as a user-friendly presentation.

There is also a separate Appendix of smaller projects that fall below the $500,000 threshold.

Access the complete FY 2012-13 CIP Annual Report on the Water Bureau website at: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/water/CIPAR.

Lindsay Wochnick
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