The Commission Planning Division provides assistance in the development of plans for future facility and infrastructure needs and the development of capital funding requests. The Commission manages the facilities and programming assessment processes for capital project development, enabling agencies and institutions to develop more accurate scopes of work for their projects.
Commission staff provides design and program guidance, documentation of project needs and impacts, and cost evaluation. In K-12 projects, planners are especially active in the development of the foundation of the state’s school construction and renovation process: the Master Facilities Plan (MFP). Using their considerable expertise and the technical resources of various outside firms, planners work in conjunction with school administrators to develop an MFP that is comprehensive in terms of future needs, but is also unique for each school district. The MFP serves as the basis on which the budget is established for Committee-funded projects Master Plan Development. The Committee assists with the development and management of a facility's master plan for future facilities and infrastructure needs.
The FY 2017- FY 2018 Capital Appropriations Bill (SB 310) is effective August 15, 2016.
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The Commission assists state agencies and state supported colleges and universities in the development of capital projects for funding requests. Our staff provides design and program guidance, documentation of project needs and impacts, and cost evaluation.
The Commission manages the facilities assessment and programming process for capital project development enabling agencies and institutions to develop more accurate scopes of work for their projects.
The Commission manages the fiscal operations of capital projects for state agencies and institutions. This includes vouchering, escrow management, lien management and project financial reporting and reconciliation.
The Commission provides shared financial services support for state agency capital projects, including vouchering and financial reporting.