Establishing guidelines for incentive/disincentive contracting at ODOT.
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Establishing guidelines for incentive/disincentive contracting at ODOT.

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      Establishing guidelines for incentive/disincentive contracting at Oregon Department of Transportation
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    • OCLC Number:
      742410633
    • Edition:
      Final report.
    • NTL Classification:
      NTL-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION-Construction and Maintenance ; NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-PLANNING AND POLICY ;
    • Abstract:
      This report describes the results of a research project which explored the use of Incentive / Disincentive (I/D) contracting at

      the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). The research found that I/D contracting is a relatively rare practice

      within ODOT. When I/D contracting occurs, the special provisions and parameters (such as setting incentive amounts) are

      managed on a centralized basis by a small group of individuals. These individuals have used engineering judgment to

      develop these provisions and parameters in an environment of little historical data. Most of the knowledge of I/D

      contracting resides with these individuals, and there is little summarized written information that others could use to also

      develop similar provisions and parameters. Nationally, there is a wide mix in the use of I/D contracting amongst the

      various departments of transportation (DOTs). FHWA and NCHRP have published reports that compile these experiences

      and provide recommendations for I/D contracting. This work at the federal level is the basis for the development of an

      ODOT methodology for identifying project conditions that could lead to the use of I/D contracts. ODOT’s Office of

      Project Delivery uses Operational Notices to document and disseminate operational procedures. A draft I/D Operational

      Notice is included in this report as a potential tool for implementation of the findings.

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