#4: Program Transparency - 6 ROI Indicators of Owner-Centric PMIS

In public sector construction programs, there are oftentimes audit or reporting requirements to reflect how funding was allocated or special procedures for processing changes. PMIS allows government agencies to automatically track and put controls in place to stay within and prove compliance. In addition to this, when public sector construction programs can show quantitative data supporting projects being on time, on budget, and within scope, it makes it easier to obtain federal, state, and raise local funding through bond and other financial levers.

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