CIP Budget

The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) pays for renovations, repairs and major maintenance to existing facilities, landscape improvements, new construction, land acquisition, and utility modifications. The CIP Budget is set by the state as part of a comprehensive program to manage state facilities, and is handled separately from the DOE’s Operating Budget.​Facilities staff work with principals directly to prioritize school-level needs.

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Section I: Operating Budget (click here to view cycle)
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→ Expenditure
Resources that have been or are in the process of being approved by the Legislature and have become law. (Legislative Reference Bureau - The Budget Process)
Appropriation amounts provided (“allocated”) to programs to create expenditures plans. Allocated amount could be less than Appropriation due to restrictions set forth by the Governor or by the Department depending on the fiscal conditions of the time.
Once the Expenditure plans are completed and approved, resources are loaded (“allotted”) into the Financial Management System allowing programs to begin spending their allotted resources.
Actual use of the resources for payroll and by either purchasing or encumbering goods or services.
Timeline
Allocation Reports
HRS 37.42 (pdf)
ESSA Reporting
Challenges
 
 
Annual Financial and Single Audit Reports
Reports:
  • FY 22 appropriation summary
  • Identification of General Fund Shortfalls in HIDOE’s Operating Budget Appropriations for Fiscal Biennium 2021-23
Archives
 
 

Reports:

Monthly CARES and ESSER Act Spending Reports

Section II: CIP Budget (Click here for information on CIP)
Section III: Federal Education Stabilization Funds
Section IV: Appendix


The Capital Improvements Program budget

Like the EDNs for the Operating budget, CIP appropriations are added into planning categories that direct how the funds can be used. Funds appropriated are expended in these buckets. They are:

  • Capacity: New Schools, new classroom buildings, classroom additions, expansions, portable replacement, land acquisition
  • Repair & Maintenance: Building envelope preservation, structural repairs
  • Health & Safety: Traffic safety and parking, flood mitigation, security/vulnerability, hazardous materials, heat abatement
  • Compliance: ADA, Title IX
  • Instructional: Facilities meeting particular program requirements of Career and Technical Education, STEM, Arts, Special Education, and EDSPEC instructional spaces
  • Innovation: Energy efficiency, alternative energy, revenue generation, public/private partnerships
  • Support: Administration, library, food service, PE/Athletics, electrical upgrades, state/district/complex offices, EDSPEC support spaces
  • Equipment: 21st Century furniture
  • Project Completion: Supplemental consultant services, project cost overruns
  • Technology Infrastructure: Network equipment, program bells, paging system

CIP BUDGET REQUESTS & APPROPRIATIONS
Amounts are rounded​. The chart shows Board-approved CIP budgetary requests (REQUESTED) and the Legislature's appropriation (APPROVED) for the next fiscal biennium. Amounts in the supplemental budget will change when that request is submitted and reviewed during the 2020 Legislative session. Special requests and line items are noted below the subtotal.


FY20 (Biennium Budget)

FY21 (Supplemental Budget)

  REQUESTED APPROVED REQUESTED APPROVED
Capacity
$252 million
0
$252 million
0
Repair & Maintenance
$175 million$110.7 million
$175 million
$110.7 million
Health & Safety
$36.9 million
$10 million
$38 million
0
Compliance
$27.7 million
$5 million
$14.4 million
0
Instructional
$156.1 million
0
$156.1 million
0
Innovation​
$1 million​0​$1 million​​0
Support​
$45.5 million​0​$45.5 million​​0
Equipment​
$4.2 million​0​
$4.2 million​
0
Project Completion​$30 million​$38 million
​$30 million​$38 million​
​Technology Infrastructure
$9.1 million​$8.5 million​$3 million​$2.5 million​
SUBTOTAL $737.5 million $178.7 million $719.2 million $ 150.5 million
Legislative Add-Onsn/a
$294.7 million
n/a
$52.7 million
​Mokapu Elementary
n/a
$92.5 million​n/a
n/a
​Renovation of Pre-K Classrooms
$14.3 million​$6.5 million​n/a​n/a
TOTAL $751.8 million $565.9 million $719.2 million $203.2 million


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