This memorandum provides a brief overview of the timeline of events related to the recommended closure of the Grand Junction Regional Center (GJRC) campus.
This memorandum summarizes a request from the Department of Human Services (DHS) to acquire a 15-acre parcel of land from Adams County for the construction of a new youth services center in the 17th Judicial District.
This staff document summarizes the Office of Information Technology Cedar Point Supplemental Capital Construction Request.
This Fact Sheet provides detailed information on the Colorado Correctional Industries (CCi), a self-supporting division of the Department of Corrections (DOC), which oversees and manages prison work programs in the state. Established in 1977, CCi’s purpose, as defined in state law, includes...
This Fact Sheet provides an overview of History Colorado, which acts as a trustee for the state in collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting collections and properties of state historical significance. Among its many and varied responsibilities, History Colorado administers historic...
This memorandum provides information about vacant buildings owned by the state of Colorado, as reported by the Office of State Architect (OSA) in December 2016. There are currently 129 state-owned vacant buildings managed by four state departments and four institutions of higher education....
Attached, please find the JBC staff issue brief titled, "Prioritizing Controlled Maintenance, Capital Renewal, and Recapitalization". In this issue brief, JBC staff has recommended that the JBC pursue legislation on a variety ot topics.
This memorandum discusses Colorado’s Digital Trunked Radio System (DTRS). The first section of the memorandum highlights the history and members of DTRS. The next section describes the components of DTRS. The final section notes the funding history of DTRS.
Capital Development Committee (CDC) Information and Procedures
Responsibilities and Definitions
The Capital Development Committee (CDC) was established in 1985 (House Bill 85-1070), and its statutory charge is found under Section 2-3-1301, et seq., C.R.S.