RAMP. RAMP. Responsible Asset Management Program. Why Transportation Asset Management?.
Responsible Asset Management Program
“As government providers and operators of transportation systems, we face an increasingly complex challenge of improving safety, mobility and the aesthetics of our highway system in an environment of constrained resources. Implementing an asset management approach is essential to ensure that we invest the public funding entrusted to us wisely, and that we minimize long-term costs in achieving our desired service level objectives.”
Neil J. Pedersen, Administrator, Maryland State Highway Administration
and Vice-Chair, AASHTO Subcommittee on Asset Management
Common Data Model
Core AgileAssets Functions
(e.g., SAP. Advantage, PeopleSoft., etc)
Base Linear Reference
Am I on track?
Am I efficient?
Where am I spending funds?
What activities are being accomplished now?
Kevin Green, Project Director
Arif Beg, Senior Project Manager
Onsite Project Manager
Kathy Donnelly, Tech. Lead
Vijay Jauvadi, Customizations
Brad Rieke, Reporting
Nang Huynh, Data Conversion
Katie Carruth, Interface Lead
Cheri Kitchens, Payroll
Paul Sanguinetti, PR Tech.
Hardware Setup - OSF Servers/Network
Data Conversion - AgileAssets/TSD
UFA - User Familiarization Area
Testing (Environment) Setup
Production (Environment) Setup
Configuration to ODOT Specs
Interface to PeopleSoft Financials and HR/Payroll
Interface to Pavement Management and PONTIS
Training (Environment) Setup
Train the Trainer – 4/19/2010
End User Training – 5/24/2010
System Integration Testing with PeopleSoft
Go Live – 7/1/2010
Jan 1 – Bi-weekly payroll using PS leave
July 1 – Time Entry:
Maintenance employees – Agile
All other Agency employees – PS
Employees will enter their own time thru PS – ESS (Employee Self Service).
Purchasing – Payables
Item Maintenance Project:
Over 120,000 items (All Agencies) in PS consolidated to 14,000.
Over 16,000 items in ODOT W.H. system being consolidated to 12,000.
PO’s and contracts must be evaluated to address new item codes prior to “go-live”.
Agile Assets Training: (T.T.T.)