New York City capital project management is under fire now. The mayor’s 95.8 billion, 10 year capital strategy has gotten some calls from some selected officials and budget watchdogs for the city to execute its capital projects more efficiently. The city is being urged to get more bang out of its capital dollars and they have chided officials for what they say is poor coordination among the different agencies. There has also been misalignment of planned commitments.
- Officials have been taken to task for perceived poor coordination among city agencies.
- Some have suggested there’s been poor accountability throughout, aside from poor alignment of commitments.
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“Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposed record-high $95.8 billion, 10-year capital strategy has prompted calls from some elected officials and budget watchdogs for the city to execute its capital projects more efficiently.”