Government Capital Program Management: What to Consider

Presented on:
June 24, 2021 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

A government’s capital program is often its largest expense, but knowing if the investment in capital assets is being efficiently and effectively managed can be difficult.

Given the high value, long lifespan, and tangible nature of these capital assets, careful planning and maintenance are critical for meeting the needs of the community while maintaining a strong financial position.

Join us for an on-demand webcast that covers key capital-planning best practices, including the following:

  • Comprehensive and systematic planning
  • Procurement and contract-type strategies
  • Cost and budget management
  • Capital programming, financing, and deferred maintenance
  • Reserve policies and practices


Stephen Bacchetti, CPA, CIA, CCA, Director, Moss Adams

Steve has practiced public accounting since 2014. He focuses primarily on construction and performance audits for construction projects and capital improvement programs. Steve works closely with universities, K-14 school bond programs, hospitals, Tribes and casinos, and federal contractors on construction and capital improvement projects where project costs range from millions to billions of dollars.

Colleen Rozillis, PMP, Director, Moss Adams

Colleen has been advising local, state, and Tribal governments and not-for-profits on improving their operations and efficiency since 2005. She helps clients assess their organizational and program effectiveness and assists them with developing and refining their performance and level-of-service measures. Colleen works collaboratively with clients to develop policies, processes, and tools; and define organizational and programmatic changes to better equip and position them to achieve their goals and objectives.

Keith Simovic, CPA, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Keith has practiced public accounting since 2007. He provides assurance services to clients in the energy and utility, not-for-profit, government, forest products, manufacturing, distribution, and healthcare industries. Keith primarily works with utility companies and has significant experience in advanced utility accounting, derivatives, and power hedging.

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