This is occurring.
This is occurring even with teleworking.
Reviewed forecast summary in executive staff.
This month Fiscal basically produced a new forecast based on the need to scrub FY20 for COVID impact. This was presented to command staff as needed.
The forecast is no longer being reviewed by command staff prior to submission. The review stops at the Assistant Director level.
Providing weekly fiscal updates in Executive Staff.
Providing weekly updates in Executive Staff even remotely.
Gathered budget spreadsheets from all divisions and attended budget kickoff. Began analyzing FY21 budget requests against budget target.
The FY21 budget process is on hold due to COVID impact.
The FY21 budget process is being completed by the P&DA office.
This only happens in October.
This only happens in October.
This is occurring even while teleworking.
City is currently not distributing cash discounts reports.
City is still not distributing cash discount reports.
This is occurring. In March PCAS processed 28 travel requests, 9 denials and 64 travel expense statements.
This is occurring. Due to COVID travel ban, PCAS processed 1 travel request, denied 1 travel request, canceled 10 travel requests, postponed 19 travel requests, and processed 8 travel expense statements.
This is occurring. In March, PCAS processed 11 with no per diem advance, 5 with per diem, 1 that were received too late to submit for advance, and 1 under $100 which means no advance. There are also 10 advances on hold for being more than 30 days out.
Due to COVID, there were zero processed. There are 11 on hold until 30 days out.
Due to COVID, there were zero processed. There are 3 on hold until 30 days out.
This is occurring. 11 reimbursements processed in March.
This is occurring. 2 reimbursements processed in April.
This is occurring, but there were no reimbursements processed in May (COVID).
All accounts were monitored and reconciled regularly and timely. Journal entries were submitted and posted within deadlines of month end closing.
CCPD Quarterly Report and Quarterly Crime Reports were developed and provided for distribution purposes.
36% of Program Support Division employees received one or more training opportunities.
64% of Program Support Division employees received one or more training opportunities.
Implementation anticipated in FY21.
In April, GMU vetted 8 grants. 1 is still under review, 2 under development, and 5 were not advanced due to lack of capacity, competition, or programming.
In May, GMU vetted 3 grants. FWPD was not eligible for any of them.
The COPS Hiring Grant was awarded in May. The City is reviewing to determine acceptance.
Staff received new Administrative Regulation at end of March and began reviewing.
Staff continued to review new Administrative Regulation.
While working remotely, staff created training presentations for each new section of the AR in preparation for online training to be delivered.
City is not currently distributing improper and invoice aging reports.
City is still not distributing these reports.
Staff responds to multiple open records requests each week and typically responds within one day. Staff also processes multiple departmental and City requests for data.
FWPD website will have a similar platform as a new City website that is in development. In the interim, FWPD has updated the content and overall look of the current website. Strategic Plan progress, patrol division information, and crime data are included on the redesigned site.
Staff created a Strategic Plan Implementation Dashboard in ClearPoint for monthly reports; provided monthly updates for Business Plan, and finalized quarterly CCPD Performance Reports.
Strategic Plan includes prioritized list of major facility needs. Worked with Executive Staff and CMO to prioritize all facility projects.
Managing several projects including new South Division facility, new SWAT vehicle storage, new property room in training shell space, and KXAS lab renovations.
Provided updates to the Budget Unit.
Continued collecting data for the 2nd quarter CCPD Program Performance Report.
Finalized the 2nd quarter CCPD Program Performance Report.
Will begin collecting data for the 3rd quarter CCPD Program Performance Report in June.
Senior Planner reviews and makes updates to city limits, Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO) names, facility updates, and other data monthly as needed.
Continue to review.
Due to consolidation; need to resubmit with business process title description.
Technology needs reviewed as needed.
28 new technologies reviewed so far in FY20.
29 new technologies reviewed so far in FY20.