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Four public agencies are authorized to manage and oversee the 21st Century School Buildings Plan:

 

Maryland Stadium Authority (MSA) – MSA’s primary responsibilities under the plan are to manage financing and to procure and manage the projects for new schools, and major renovations, as required. More information about the Maryland Stadium Authority


 

 

Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools) – City Schools’ primary responsibilities under the plan are to establish the Educational Facilities Master Plan, to approve the design specifications for all schools under the plan, to procure and manage renovated schools under the plan, and develop a Comprehensive Maintenance Plan for all public school buildings. More information about Baltimore City Public Schools


 

 

The City of Baltimore (The City) – The City’s primary responsibilities under the plan are to ensure that pledged funding is paid into the Financing Fund, and to coordinate site planning, community and economic development and inclusion of recreation and other partnerships. More information about the City of Baltimore,  Baltimore City Planning Department, Baltimore City Housing Department, Baltimore City Recreation and Parks


 

 

Maryland Interagency Committee on School Construction (IAC) –  The IAC’s primary responsibility under the plan is to approve the educational program, feasibility studies, school closure plans, and maintenance plans for each school project. IAC also approves design submissions for city schools’ renovation projects, provides guidance on cost issues and estimates, and approves that the utilization objectives for the district have been attained. More information about the Maryland Interagency Committee on School Construction (IAC)


 

The specific roles and responsibilities of each agency are outlined in the Memorandum of Understanding.