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Hyperion Training Workshops: Capital Outlay Request Submission
The planning cycle for the FY2017-2024 Capital Improvements Plan and FY2017 Capital Budget opens April 1, 2015. OMES is hosting several workshops to train agencies how to enter capital outlay requests into the new Hyperion budget system. All agencies participating in the state’s capital planning process are encouraged to attend one of the following workshops. All workshops will be held in Room C-06 (basement level) of the Will Rogers Building at the Capitol Complex in Oklahoma City. Agencies desiring to attend need to register by completing two tasks: 1) contact their OMES budget analyst to reserve a seat in the desired workshop, and 2) fill out and submit OMES Form 301EUPK located at http://ok.gov/OSF/Forms/Business_Application_Services _(CORE)_Security_Forms/index.html. On the security form, please mark the box for “UPK Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Planner”. The form must be submitted as soon as possible so you can receive your login credentials prior to the workshop.
During the workshop, participants will learn how to create and submit capital outlay decision packages in the Hyperion system. Participants will also learn about the capital planning process, project submittal requirements, how submittals will be evaluated and the timeline for development and approval of the capital improvements plan and annual capital budget. In May and June, OMES will host budget work sessions that agencies can attend and receive assistance in entering information into the Hyperion system. Budget Work Session dates will be announced at a later date.
Workshop dates and times for non-higher education agencies:
Wednesday, March 25, 2015, 9 a.m. – noon
Workshop dates and times for higher education only:
Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 9 – noon
FY 2016 Capital Budget Recommended by the Long Range Capital Planning Commission
The FY2016-2023 Capital Improvements Plan and FY2016 Capital Budget were recently recommended by the Long Range Capital Planning Commission for the State Legislature’s review in the 2015 session. The FY2016 Capital Budget, as recommended, would provide $34.9 million to implement 60 capital projects for 14 State agencies. The plan also recommends a $349.6 million bond issue to address 53 projects across 11 agencies. Also included was a set of recommended demolitions for underutilized properties to reduce the state’s liability.