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Accountability: January 2015
|Performance measure||How we measure it||Current report period||Goal||Goal met||Trend||Comments|
|Accountability: The continuous effort to use public dollars in the most efficient and cost-effective way.|
Transportation Economic Assistance
Calendar year 2014
|Capital investment dollars achieved per grant dollar awarded||$60.09||$50.00||No grants awarded in fourth quarter; measure exceeded $50 target for the year, overall.|
Timely scheduling of contracts
State fiscal year 2014
|Percent of highway program funding scheduled during the first six months of each fiscal year||64.5||60.0||DOT has made improvements to ensure our processes allow sufficient time for effective resource planning and competitive bidding. A new goal of 54 percent will be established in SFY 2015.|
Calendar year 2013
|Percent of highway projects completed on-time||96.1||100.0||Construction administration staff have stepped up efforts with project communication to head off problems and keep projects on-time.|
State fiscal year 2014
|Final highway project cost as percent of original contract amount||101.2||103.0||In the last four years the department has successfully minimized project costs, with final highway project costs at 103 percent or less of the original contract amount (a lower number is better).|
State fiscal year-to-date 2015
|Dollar value of surplus land sold||$2.14 mil.||$2.75 mil.||The surplus land sales measure is on track to meet the FY 2015 sales goal. Fifty-five parcels have been sold through the 2nd quarter.|
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