The percent of projects completing on time has increased steadily over the last eight quarters. Combined average exceeds the overall target of 60%. Programs include: CDBG, Capital Programs, CERB, Public Works Trust Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
Prior to FY12, each of the programs had individual targets.
The new target for the 11-13 Biennium is 70% completed on time.
A project is considered completed on time if the scope of work is completed by the original project completion date.
- Programs have no control over the selection of Capital Programs direct appropriation projects.
The chart shows results that include direct appropriation projects. If direct appropriation projects were omitted, overall completed on time results would be 86%.
- Construction projects usually take two to four years to complete. We are now seeing the impact from focusing on readiness in the selection criteria.
Improvements made over the last few years: