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Each AASHTO fiscal year, the Trnsport Task Force (TTF) reviews and makes decisions related to enhancements and new development requests for Trnsport. 2005.

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1 Each AASHTO fiscal year, the Trnsport Task Force (TTF) reviews and makes decisions related to enhancements and new development requests for Trnsport Ballot Process

2 User input on the value and benefits of requested enhancements contributes to the TTF decision process Ballot Process

3 This user input is facilitated through a ballot process conducted each fiscal year as defined and administered by the Trnsport User’s Group (TUG) Ballot Process

4 The purpose of the ballot process is to ensure that end users have a voice in the on-going and strategic direction of the Trnsport product Ballot Process

5 Through an Automated Ballot System (ABS) on Cloverleaf, each member agency is given the opportunity to vote for improvements the agency regards as most important Ballot Process

6 The results of the voting are forwarded to the TUG Chairperson for review, then to the TTF to be considered for inclusion in the AASTHO Trnsport Long Range Work Plan (LRWP) Ballot Process

7 As the enhancements are submitted throughout the year, the TMR tracking system that supports the ABS is regularly updated to reflect the most current status of each request Ballot Process

8 During the fiscal year users, Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs) and Info Tech product experts review and comment on requested enhancements prior to the official ballot process Ballot Process

9 The current year’s ballot is a combination of newly reported enhancement items and the open ballot items from the previous year Ballot Process

10 This information is available throughout the year in theTrnsport Pre-Ballot on Cloverleaf. The pre-ballot is a replica of the ‘live’ ballot, without the functionality to cast a vote Ballot Process

11 The “live” ballot is activated once a year, immediately following the TUG conference Ballot Process

12 Each agency assigns one person to represent the agency during the TUG conference and the voting process.

13 Why VOTE?????? 2005 Ballot Process

14 REMEMBER - The purpose of the ballot process is to ensure that end users have a voice in the on-going and strategic direction of the Trnsport product Ballot Process

15 With the rewrite of the current Trnsport product to Next Generation Trnsport (NGT), some of the pending enhancements could be included into the rewrite Ballot Process

16 It is up to the Trnsport Users Group to let the TTF know which enhancements are important to us. We do this by voting!!!!!! 2005 Ballot Process

17 With the help of the TAGs and Info Tech, we have made changes to the ballot process based on alignment with NGT, Trnsport business areas and TTF directives Ballot Process

18 The 2005 Ballot Categories have been realigned based on business functionality. In the past they were based on Trnsport modules Ballot Process Summary of Changes

19 Alignment Matrix 2005 Ballot Process Summary of Changes

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21 Note - Civil Rights Category and TAG anticipated for Ballot Process Summary of Changes

22 You will still get 100 points per each ballot category to vote with. This year, those points may span across modules Ballot Process Summary of Changes

23 The “Scope” column has been replaced by a “Complexity” column. Prior to the TUG, Info Tech assigned Complexity values based on anticipated business intricacy and NGT development aspects 2005 Ballot Process Summary of Changes

24 We will no longer be using the <30% rule. In the past, items not receiving 30% of the vote over a two year period were dropped from the ballot Ballot Process Summary of Changes

25 All items submitted will remain on the ballot and be considered for the NGT product backlog unless removed by the reporting Agency or deemed obsolete Ballot Process Summary of Changes

26 Long Range Work Plan Reference removed Multiple Organizations 2005 Ballot Process Summary of Changes

27 TAGs and Info Tech reviewed Active Pending Enhancements for 2005 Ballot. – Removed Obsolete – Already Delivered – Aligned Ballot Items with new categories 2005 Ballot Process Summary of Changes

28 Example of Obsolete TMR # 7880 LAS - Could not correct bid within the application through the tabbed folder 2005 Ballot Process Summary of Changes

29 2005 Ballot Process 2004 System Edits

30 2005 Ballot Process Summary of Changes System Edits

31 Nothing is etched in stone……… 2005 Ballot Process

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