Accountability: July 2018

MAPSS Performance Scorecard
Performance measure How we measure it Current report period Goal Goal
Trend Comments ​Date last reported
Accountability: The continuous effort to use public dollars in the most efficient and cost-effective way.
Transportation Facilities Economic Assistance  and Development (TEA) Grants 
Calendar year 2018
Capital investment dollars achieved per grant dollar awarded$46.42$50.00               Performance is trending in a favorable direction For the first six months of 2018, the department has issued four grants for a total of $1,789,125, allowing for a capital investment of $83 million and resulting in the creation of 182 new jobs. As a result, every grant dollar leveraged $46.42 in capital investments.​7/2018
Timely Scheduling of Contracts
State fiscal year 2017
Percent of highway program funding scheduled during the first six months of each fiscal year50.854.0 Trend is holding WisDOT advanced $145 million in lets from FY17 into FY16 to spend additional federal funds and let savings. It negatively impacted the measure but allowed more miles of pavement to be treated earlier.​10/2017
On-time Performance
Calendar year 2016
Percent of highway projects completed on time91.3100.0  Trend is holding WisDOT continues to focus on improving communication between contractors and project management staff in order to resolve project issues in a timely manner. ​10/2017
On-budget Performance
State fiscal year 2017
Final highway project cost as percent of original contract amount102.7103.0         Performance is trending in a favorable direction A lower number is better for this measurement, and the department recorded a value below 103 percent.​4/2018
Surplus Property Management
State fiscal year 2018
Dollar value of surplus land sold$7.04 mil.$2.75 mil.   Performance is trending in a favorable direction The surplus land sales surpassed the FY2018 sales goal. 149 of the 183 parcels on the department’s marketing plan were sold.​7/2018