|Name (click for metadata and to rate record)||Description||Agency||Subagency||Category|
|Federal Capital Improvements Program 2010||
The National Capital Planning Act empowers NCPC to review annual capital budgeting proposals from federal agencies for projects to be carried out over the next 6 years. NCPC evaluates the proposals for consistency with federal and local planning policies and prioritizes projects. The analyses and recommendations are compiled in the FCIP report, which is submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for use in preparing the President's annual budget.This dataset contains the capital project cost estimates for federal agencies participating in the FCIP program adopted in 2009. Each record contains the full attribution of cost data fields derived from project records or updated existing project records. This dataset is used by NCPC to facilitate analysis and reporting of FCIP request reported annually to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Text descriptions of the projects are contained in the annual report FCIP 2010-2015.
|NCPC||Construction and Housing|
|National Capital Planning Commission Library contents||
The National Capital Planning Commission library catalog is a compilation of titles, authors, years of publication and topics of books, reports and NCPC publications.
|National Capital Planning Commission Meeting Transcripts||
Transcripts of the monthly (with the exception of August) National Capital Planning Commission meeting transcripts are provided for research to confirm actions taken by the Commission.
|NCPC Central Files Information System database (CFIS)||
This dataset contains records from NCPC's Central Files Information System (CFIS). CFIS is a comprehensive database of projects submitted to NCPC for design review by federal and local agencies. The databse also contains records pertaining to NCPC's own planning initiatives.
|NCPC Commemorative Works Catalog||
The CWC is a complete list of Washington DC's commemorative works on federal land. Each record includes a work's title, location, a short description of its purpose, the landholding agency, the sponsor, the year of authorization, the year of dedication, the authorizing law, and the major themes represented in the work.
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