Capital Project Tracking is a configuration of ArcGIS that can be used by local government staff to track project performance, and share project status with key stakeholders and the general public. Capital projects are typically defined for water, sewer, stormwater, and transportation assets in a community; and used to maintain, improve, and/or enhance public assets.
Individual capital projects are scoped by engineers, reviewed by local government staff, and organized in to a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). A governing body will review the CIP and approve a budget for specific projects. Once a project is funded, engineers, and/or project coordinators will then begin project design and construction. During design and construction, project performance will be monitored and shared with key stakeholders and the general public.
Capital Project Tracking complements Capital Project Planning and leverages project information defined by local government staff. If your organization is not using Capital Project Planning to publish capital project information approved by your governing body, publish your project information to your ArcGIS organization before configuring the Capital Project Tracking maps and apps.
Capital Project Tracking requires specific software.
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Capital Project Tracking is a configuration of Crowdsource Polling, Crowdsource Manager, Local Perspective, and Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS applications and can be configured in ArcGIS Online without downloading any applications. However, if you want to host the ArcGIS Online configurable application templates on your own server they are available to download from GitHub.
Sign in to ArcGIS Online with the following credentials if you'd like to take the Capital Project Tracking maps and apps for a test drive.
This read-only try it now experience has been configured to help you set up the Capital Project Tracking maps and apps in your local government.
Below are the release dates and notes for Capital Project Tracking.