That number comes from the Five-Year Construction Plan and can be obtained from your group manager. It may also be on the project-master form.
Divide the federal funds amount by the appropriate federal pro rata percentage (e.g., 0.943 for 94.3 percent) to get the “participating” dollars. Take that total amount and multiply by the match percentage (e.g., 0.057 for 5.7 percent) to get the entity’s match amount.
Check with your group manager first, then consult with JPA personnel who can inquire with the attorney general’s office on your behalf.
On average, it takes 120 days to process an agreement. If all parties are in agreement, it can go more quickly.
If it’s an electrical agreement (i.e., for a new traffic signal), email or fax an amendment request with the exact location of the new signal, including milepost data, to the JPA branch. This new location will be added to the current exhibit’s listing. Include details regarding all changes to this agreement in the Scope of Work section. Provide an updated maintenance exhibit, if needed.
Enter your non-scope-of-work information in the Additional Comments field.
The information on the project will be pulled from the Advantage system. The correct phase (01C) should be open so it can be referenced properly on the JPA draft. Construction charges don’t go into a 01D phase.