Large Project Budget Standards
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Coordinated Investment and by the Water and Salmon Grant Program Coordination to increase the transparency and efficiency of large project budget development and revision. The aim is to have a single budget structure with definitions for project status and deliverables that can be shared among multiple grant programs. This allows a project manager to develop and maintain a single budget that can be used to apply for and manage multiple grants over a project life-cycle. This effort is focused on large multi-phase floodplain projects, or reach scale riparian zone projects, which typically depend on mixing multiple awards over multiple phases, such that a standard budget format would be useful.
- File:RCO & ECY 2019 DRAFT interagency agreement budget standards.pdf - add task to SPSSEG to include development of budget standards
- File:NOAA & SPSSEG 2018 DRAFT budget integration scope of work.docx - task breakdown and cost estimate with SPSSEG
- File:Cereghino 2018 DRAFT budget issue analysis.docx - analysis of problem is issues
- File:Cereghino 2018 DRAFT budget structure concept.xlsx - analysis of cost classification among grant programs (driven by ESRP and Salmon)
- File:Large project budget coordination A3.docx - original A3 used in Coordinated Investment process
- File:Cereghino 2015 grant administrative streamlining.docx describes an analysis of how to move toward a single regional application which includes identification of common language and budget structure.
- Water and Salmon Grant Program Coordination workgroup agreed that working with a Snohomish team would support this effort