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Transportation Performance Management

Transportation Asset Management Case Studies
The Arizona Experience

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Connecting Business Process and Information Technology Improvements, long description is below.

The illustration shows the relationships between Guiding Principles and Improvements Implementation as related to Business Process and Information Technology. Business Process' "Transportation Asset Management Guiding Principles" are connected to Information Technology's "Information Resource Management Guiding Principles", and Business Process' "Business Process Improvements Implementation" is connected to Information Technology's "Data Integration Activities Implementation." In each case, Guiding Principles applies directly to Implementation.

Under Business Process,"Transportation Asset Management Guiding Principles" include the following: Policy-Driven; Performance-Based; Long-Term View; Tradeoff Analyses; and Decisions Supported by Data. "Transportation Asset Management Guiding Principles" apply directly to "Business Process Improvements Implementation," which includes the following: Process Descriptions; Cross-Functional Mapping; Improvement Tracking; and Identification of Data Needs.

Under Information Technology,"Information Resource Management Guiding Principles" include the following: Data Is a Valuable Resource; Clear Data Ownership; and Information Technology Driven by Business Practices. "Information Resource Management Guiding Principles" apply directly to "Data Integration Activities Implementation," which includes the following: Data Warehouse; Business Process Tools; Geographic Information System; Metadata; and Data Dictionary.

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