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AASHTOWare Project

Contract Number 2519H002

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AASHTOWare Project is a suite of software created by AASHTO (American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials) specifically for state DOTs to manage their programs. The use of AASHTOWare Project (AWP) by Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) will result in several benefits:

  • Alignment of Business Processes across the state
  • Increased Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability
  • Increased Compliance with Federal and State Regulations

The AASHTOWare Project implementation consists of two components: analysis and implementation. The analysis component will explore regional differences with the goal of alignment. The implementation component consists of configuring and customizing the AASHTOWare Project modules, testing the software, and training personnel to use the software.

Core Teams for each phase, comprised of subject matter experts from across the state, will participate throughout the implementation of AASHTOWare. These teams will provide input during analysis and ensure the software is thoroughly tried and tested before it is launched.

AASHTOWare implementation and phasing schedule