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Meeting Name: Subcommittee on Capital Budget Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/12/2019 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Committee Room - City Hall
Jointly with the Committee on Finance
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Int 0032-2018 *Andrew Cohen  Electronic notification of capital project delays and cost changes.IntroductionThis local law would require all City agencies, with respect to capital projects under their jurisdiction, to provide electronic notification to the affected council member, borough president and community board within 30 days of learning of any projected or actual project phase delay of sixty days or more, or of any projected or actual change of 10% or more of the total estimated cost of the project. The notification would be required to include the original and total estimated cost of the capital project, the projected or actual start and end date of each project phase, the total amount spent on the project as of the date of the notification, and a clear explanation of the reasons for any projected or actual change in cost or delay.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0032-2018 *Andrew Cohen  Electronic notification of capital project delays and cost changes.IntroductionThis local law would require all City agencies, with respect to capital projects under their jurisdiction, to provide electronic notification to the affected council member, borough president and community board within 30 days of learning of any projected or actual project phase delay of sixty days or more, or of any projected or actual change of 10% or more of the total estimated cost of the project. The notification would be required to include the original and total estimated cost of the capital project, the projected or actual start and end date of each project phase, the total amount spent on the project as of the date of the notification, and a clear explanation of the reasons for any projected or actual change in cost or delay.Laid Over by Subcommittee  Action details Not available
Int 0113-2018 *Brad S. Lander  Creation of a database to track capital projects citywide, and to repeal section 18-145 of such administrative code.IntroductionThis bill would require the establishment of an interagency task force consisting of representatives of at least seven Mayoral agencies and offices to create and implement a public online capital projects database. The database would consist of an interactive and searchable public database (updated on a triannual basis) containing information about capital projects citywide. The bill would also require an advisory board, consisting of representatives from the Mayor’s office, the Council, and the Comptroller, that would advise the task force on the development of the public online capital projects database. To the extent deemed practicable by the task force, the database would include information for each project including the name, location and current phase, as well as information related to the project schedule and cost. Upon publication of the database, this bill would require any agency implementing a capital project for which information or data is published in the database to include a link to the public online capital projects database on that agency’s website.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0113-2018 *Brad S. Lander  Creation of a database to track capital projects citywide, and to repeal section 18-145 of such administrative code.IntroductionThis bill would require the establishment of an interagency task force consisting of representatives of at least seven Mayoral agencies and offices to create and implement a public online capital projects database. The database would consist of an interactive and searchable public database (updated on a triannual basis) containing information about capital projects citywide. The bill would also require an advisory board, consisting of representatives from the Mayor’s office, the Council, and the Comptroller, that would advise the task force on the development of the public online capital projects database. To the extent deemed practicable by the task force, the database would include information for each project including the name, location and current phase, as well as information related to the project schedule and cost. Upon publication of the database, this bill would require any agency implementing a capital project for which information or data is published in the database to include a link to the public online capital projects database on that agency’s website.Laid Over by Subcommittee  Action details Not available
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