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County Operations Project Summaries


SPLOST


 2004 | 2009 | 2015

 

2004 SPLOST 


 

2009 SPLOST 


Project: PR000-AB Administration Building

 

2009 project map1This project will construct a new Parks and Recreation Administration building to replace the one abandoned due to structural issues.

Project: 8C016 Public Safety Digital Network (PSDN)

 

It is proposed to modernize Clayton County's communications technology by providing, among other things, mobile voice and data services, greatly enhancing all of Clayton County's Public Safety services. In addition, the following will be updated/added: Fiber Optic, Digital Trunked Radio Subscriber Units, Safety Equipment, Countywide Voice Over Internet Protocol, Digital Trunked Radio System update and Digital Radio System.

 

2015 SPLOST 


Project: 8C001 COMPREHENSIVE JUSTICE MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION SYSTEM

 

A comprehensive criminal and civil case management system will track a case from initial citation or case initiation to final disposition. This project will include work flow automation, e-filing, case management, intelligent reporting, a modern e-mail solution that will be compatible with all potential solutions and customizable dashboards for reporting and statistical analysis. This modern system will replace the current comprehensive justice information system and will be available to Superior, State and Magistrate Court Judges and Clerks, Police Department, Sheriff Department, Solicitor General and District Attorney, along with other municipalities within Clayton County, and any other stakeholders that could be impacted by a case management solution. The solution will include costs associated with hardware, data migration, training, and system evaluation.

Project: 10000-15 COUNTY ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE SYSTEM

 

Plan, design, procure and implement an enterprise technology solution to include software, hardware, integration and training. This critical need will replace antiquated, stand-alone systems impacting operations within Finance, Human Resources, Tax Administration & Property Assessments, Business Intelligence and Records Management. A comprehensive solution will improve data management effectiveness through the provision of one central repository for all information promoting the smooth and efficient flow of data across county departments. Further, this solution will prompt a reduction in operating expense and provide a comprehensive snapshot to improve strategic planning, decision-making, data analysis and deliver clear and transparent reporting.

Project: 8C002 County Information Technology Center

 

2015 project map1Design and construction of a technology building to consolidate operations and staff, house computer systems, associated components, telecommunications infrastructure and data storage systems. Additionally, this new facility will function as a technology training center.

Project: 10000-RW HOSPITAL BONDS: SOUTHERN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER (SRMC) PROPERTY ACQUISITION

2015 project map2Clayton County will acquire the property on which Southern Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is located in an attempt to alleviate the financial hardship being experienced by SRMC as a result of large losses from citizens that are unable to pay for services and/or medical care. The County issued bonded indebtedness to be repaid from SPLOST revenues to acquire the property. Bond Resolution Budget was $50,000,000.
This project has two (2) major subprojects:
- Southern Regional Med Ctr Bond Issuance Cost - SPLOST Approved Budget $2,753,624.00 - Southern Regional Med Ctr Property Acquisition - SPLOST Approved Budget $47,246,376.00 (Current Budget equals $43,931,376.00 as $3,315,000.00 was transferred to "Other General Government-Undesignated"

Project: 10000-JS JAIL SECURITY/ACCESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

 

Plan, design and implement a comprehensive jail security/access control/video distribution system to include software, hardware, integration and training. This comprehensive system will replace the existing out dated proprietary system that is costly to maintain. Further, it will provide and enhance overall security and safety measures while improving effective operations.

Project: 10000-FM MODERNIZATION OF PUBLIC SAFETY & PUBLIC SERVICE FLEETS (BOND)

This project is on-going and has modernized aging public safety and public service fleet vehicles. This will reduce annual cost to maintain and repair vehicles, reduce major repairs and, improve vehicle availability. Modernization will allow for improved performance and response to both emergency and non-emergency service requests. Also, safety will improve for both county employees and the public.

Project: 2015-09 MODERNIZATION OF PUBLIC SAFETY & PUBLIC SERVICES FLEETS (NON BOND)

This project is on-going and has modernized aging public safety and public service fleet vehicles. This will reduce annual cost to maintain and repair vehicles, reduce major repairs and, improve vehicle availability. Modernization will allow for improved performance and response to both emergency and non-emergency service requests. Also, safety will improve for both county employees and the public.

Project: 10000-15B OTHER GENERAL GOVERNMENT (BOND)

 

Undesignated fund balance represents resources that can be used for:
- Any purpose consistent with the restriction placed on the fund
- Repaying any outstanding debt
- Financing any capital project

Project: 10000-SW TAX MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE SYSTEM

 

This project is part of the County Enterprise Software System to plan, design, procure and implement an enterprise technology solution to include software, hardware, integration and training. This critical need will replace antiquated, stand-alone systems impacting operations within Tax Administration & Property Assessments.

Project: 2015-02 WELCOME TO CLAYTON COUNTY SIGNS

 

Greeting signs with the verbiage "Welcome to Clayton County" will be strategically placed to cover the North, South, East, and West entrances into the County. The signs are anticipated to measure approximately 10 to 20 feet in width and be constructed of brick, stone or concrete. The greeting signs will showcase the County's new brand and image to provide our citizens and visitors with a more welcoming feel when entering into the County, including the airport area.