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Recovery Act Listening

Wednesday, November 15 2011
10:15 to 11:50

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Highway Information Seminar
   November 2011

  • Thank you!
    • 13,381
    • 9 Quarters of 1512 Reporting
    • 30 Monthly updates
    • Less than 40 non-reporters
    • 4 Two-Time non-reporters
    • 2 consecutive quarters w/Zero non-reporters
  • Other DOT Modes

 

 

  • Prior Efforts
  • Reporting Multi State Committee
    • 1512 Reporting
    • RADS to 1512 Crosswalk
    • 1512 Verification Report
    • RADS Job Calculations
    • RADS Guidance improvements

 

  • What should be different?
    • Data elements which not used?
    • Address additional functionality needs?
  • Crawford Slip???

 

AREAS OF FOCUS

  1. Financial Level
  2. Project Level
  3. Contractor Level
  4. Sub-contractor/Sub-Vendor Level

 

FINANCIAL LEVEL

  • FMIS
  • Delphi
    • TIGER
    • Federal Lands
    • Other
  • OTHER

 

PROJECT LEVEL

  • Project estimations (cost estimates, timeframe,etc)
  • Project Information
    • Dates (authorization, advertise date, Work Start, Work Complete, etc)
    • Location (Lat/Long, Zip Codes, Cong Dist, Route IDs)
    • Descriptions/Improvement types/Rural/Urban
    • Other (NEPA, EDA, etc)
    • Percent Complete (financial, contract dates, work)
  • Projects Statuses (Obligated, Underway, Completed, Final)

 

CONTRACT/AWARD LEVEL

  • Contractor Information (DUNS #, Name)
  • Work Being performed (look up list?)
  • Location for each area of work (i.e. GIS Locations)
  • Non-Contractor Classification (State forces, Utilities, Local Municipalities, etc)
  • Progress of work for each entity (awarded, NTP, Work Started, Work Completed, etc)

 

CONTRACT/AWARD LEVEL (CON'T)

  • Payments
    • Tracking payments to contractors
    • Payments to non-contractors
    • Reimbursement from Federal Government
  • Monthly Information
    • Hours
    • Payroll
    • # of Employees (with jobs descriptions?)
    • Percent Complete

 

SUB CONTRACTOR LEVEL

  • Subcontractor information (DUNS Number, name, etc)
  • Tracking payments to sub-contractors
  • Monthly Information
    • Hours
    • Payroll
    • # of Employees (with jobs descriptions?)
    • Percent Complete

Thank You!

Everyday…

  • Baby steps
  • Commit to nothing
  • Take your pain early and often

Situational…

  • Stay calm
  • Communicate the Sense of Urgency
  • The only easy day was yesterday