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Project Name: This is the descriptive project title for each project.

Photos: Camera icon indicates there are photos available of the project.

Phase: This is the current phase for each project. Projects normally begin in Planning, progress to Design, then Procurement or Construction and finally Completion. Long-term rehabilitation projects with multiple overlapping phases and general maintenance projects are classified as Ongoing.

Original Cost Estimate: This is the amount the full project was anticipated to cost at the time the project was initially developed.

Current Cost Estimate: This is the amount the full project is anticipated to cost based on the latest available information.

Original Estimate vs. Current: This percentage change shows the difference between the Original Cost Estimate and the Current Cost Estimate as a percentage of the Original Cost Estimate. A cost decrease exceeding 10% is indicated by green text; a cost increase exceeding 10% is indicated by red text.

Current Appropriation: The current level of authorization to make expenditures and to incur obligations for the project.

Scope Change: This indicates a change in overall project scope.

An up arrow indicates a significant increase in scope.
A down arrow indicates a significant decrease in scope.
If the project scope has not changed or the change is not significant, this column is blank.

Original Start: This is the proposed start date of the project at the time the project was initially developed.

Current Start: This is the actual date the project was started.

Original Completion: This is the estimated date the project would be completed at the time the project was initially developed.  A project is considered complete when it is in beneficial use.

Current Completion: This is the actual date the project is expected to be completed based on the latest available information.  A project is considered complete when it is in beneficial use.