What is the typical schedule for development of the CIP?

What is the typical schedule for development of the CIP?

  • In the spring, OMB routes project lists to the community councils for comments.
  • Each department evaluates projects identified and develops a prioritized needs list.
  • In May, OMB provides departments with proposed funding levels for next six years.
  • In June/July, departments submit a draft CIP to OMB for distribution and review by other departments.
  • In August, the Administration reviews the consolidated preliminary CIP.
  • In late summer, adjustments are made by each department to reflect Administration comments.
  • In September and October, the proposed CIP is submitted to the Assembly.
  • In November and December, following public hearings on the budget, the Assembly approves the CIP.
  • In December, the administration proposes and the assembly adopts the Legislative Program.
  • In February, the Assembly holds a public hearing and approves bond propositions to be on April ballot.
  • In April, voters decide on bond propositions in a municipal election.
  • In April, the Legislature finalizes its capital budget.
  • In June, the Governor adjusts and/or approves the State legislative capital budget.
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