Draft project management update to the Iowa DOT Project Development Manual : tech transfer summary.
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Draft project management update to the Iowa DOT Project Development Manual : tech transfer summary.

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      The Iowa DOT applied and was selected to receive User Incentive funding from the U.S. DOT Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for the SHRP 2 R10 Implementation Assistance Program. Through the program, the Iowa DOT plans to utilize the results from the SHRP 2 R10 project on the reconstruction of Segment 4 of the Council Bluffs Interstate System (CBIS), which is a major effort focused on improving the Interstate system in the Council Bluffs, Iowa metropolitan area. In May 2016, the Iowa DOT hosted a peer exchange with agencies that have implemented or are actively implementing R10 outcomes as well as other agencies that are reviewing their project management policies. As part of the assistance for the User Incentive funding, the Iowa DOT is interested in developing a statewide policy for managing projects based on the outline of R10 as well as the lessons learned from implementing R10 on the CBIS project. The work on this part of the project management implementation assistance supported drafting project management guidance for the Iowa DOT, and a technical advisory committee (TAC) was assembled to accomplish this effort. The TAC consisted of a group of Iowa DOT personnel familiar with the R10 project management concept, the Iowa DOT Project Development Process Manual, and the Iowa DOT project development process. TAC members represented as much as possible the various offices and levels involved in project development at the Iowa DOT—from planning through maintenance and operation. This spectrum represented the participants typically requested to participate in project meetings using the five-dimensional project management (5DPM) process developed as part of the R10 project. Once the TAC was identified, the group met frequently for targeted, facilitated sessions, which were documented, during the next several weeks. The TAC took into consideration the current status of project management with the Iowa DOT, their experience during the demonstration workshop held in Iowa as part of the implementation assistance in the spring of 2015, the project management peer exchange hosted by the Iowa DOT in May 2016, and additional examples of project management that were presented at the peer exchange. Author information: Jennifer S. Shane, orcid.org/0000-0002-2612-4269
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