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    Measure Overview

    # Performance Measure Strategic Plan Goal Business Strategy
    P46

    Project entries are cross referenced between the State of NM Infrastructure Capital Improvement Program (ICIP) database and the Bernalillo County CIP database, Annually Aug./Sept. (Y/N)

    Government Accountability

    Increased Efficiency

    Why is this measure important?

    The State of NM ICIP database is consulted annually by the State of NM when considering capital outlay requests by different local governments. The County's CIP database is also updated annually and is used to support annual projects' updates to the State ICIP. It is also used to prepare the biennial technical evaluations of certain project types and the biennial General Obligation bond package presented to voters. Unfortunately the two databases do not "speak" with each other so they have to be manually cross-referenced each year. 

    Where does the data come from?

    Bernalillo County's CIP database; Future capital projects in the CIP database have their records updated once per year

    How is the measure calculated?

    Manually, by using a CIP update done annually by June 30 and using this info to update ICIP by mid-Sept.

    Who to contact if you have questions?

    Phyllis Thormahlen

    Clay Campbell

    Additional Information

    Cross-referencing each data base occurs annually. From these databases, Bernalillo County can inform elected officials and the general public on the:

    1. Total estimated dollar value of each project
    2. Total committed funding, by source, toward each project
    3. Total amount needed for each project
    4. Approximate dollar value of the future operational and maintenance impact of the future capital project

    This information is needed to determine which capital projects are close to becoming 100% funded, and hence should be capital outlay and general obligation bond funding priorities.


     

    FY17 Target

    Yes

    FY18 Target

    Yes

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