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Title: CRLMS%20Civil%20Rights%20and%20Labor%20Management%20System


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CRLMS Civil Rights and Labor Management System
  • Wednesday, October 10, 2007
  • St. Louis, Missouri

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Before CRLMS
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Before CRLMS
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Before CRLMS
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Before CRLMS
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CRLMS The Beginning
  • Need for an AASHTO software product that would
    address all federal reporting requirements of
    Civil Rights and Labor Management
  • April 27th-28th, 2005 thirty-one (31) individuals
    representing 13 agencies came together in St.
    Paul, Minnesota to discuss the need for an AASHTO
    software product to track Civil Rights and
    Labor Compliance issues.
  • As a result of the Joint Application Development
    (JAD) session the Civil Rights and Labor
    Management System (CRLMS) was born to meet the
    common needs of the AASHTO member agencies.

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AASHTOWare Benefits
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AASHTOWare Benefits
  • States lack resources to develop their own system
  • All states have same federal requirements to meet
  • Cost for each participating state is less than
    the cost of a state creating their own system
  • Minimize cost to highway contractors

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AASHTOWare Benefits
  • State overhead costs for data collection and
    storage would be minimized
  • The software is being built on the same next
    generation Trnsport platform with the unified
    database
  • CRLMS being developed to integrate with
  • 1) AASHTO Trnsport modules or
  • 2) As a Standalone module

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CRLMS Benefits
  • AASHTO owns and licenses to state agencies
  • AASHTOWare provides long term support and
    maintenance of CRLMS
  • AASHTOWare allows for staying current with ever
    changing Federal Regulations

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AASHTOWare Technical Review Teams (TRTs)
  • Appointed by TTF
  • Assist TTF in working with contractor in
    development of new product/enhancement
  • Chaired by TTF member
  • CRLMS TRT consists of
  • Users familiar with product/functions nominated
    from agencies contributing funding

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AASHTOWare Technical Review Teams (TRTs)
  • CRLMS started with 10 TRT Members
  • Missouri added
  • Continue to receive interest from other agencies
  • Business conducted by
  • e-mail
  • conference calls
  • face-to-face meetings
  • Travel associated with TRT meetings are covered
    by AASHTO in the development costs

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AASHTOWare Technical Review Teams (TRTs)
  • Each individual on the TRT has to be committed
    and available to the project
  • Review software prototypes as software is
    developed
  • Provide contractor guidance on user needs
  • Review and recommend acceptance of results of the
    software testing
  • Review and prioritize Product Backlog

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AASHTOWare Technical Review Teams (TRTs)
  • Tony Bianchi AASHTO Project Manager
  • Todd Bergland TRT Chair / TTF / Minnesota

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AASHTOWare Technical Review Teams (TRTs)
  • Members of the TRT
  • Roger Bierbaum Special Committee on Joint
    Development (SCOJD) / Iowa
  • Rhonda Ringer Technical Application
    Architecture Task Force
  • Jim Ferguson Nebraska
  • Patricia Flowers Georgia
  • Patricia Collins Michigan
  • Shay Hope Virginia

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AASHTOWare Technical Review Teams (TRTs)
  • Members of the TRT (cont.)
  • Joe Weber New Jersey
  • Denis Glascock TTF / Missouri
  • Charles Groshens Minnesota
  • Art Wright Florida
  • Andy Penney Oklahoma
  • Leslie Wootan-Hartung Chair Civil Rights
    Technical Advisory Group (TAG) / Montana

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CRLMS TRT Team
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AASHTOWare Technical Review Teams (TRTs)
  • TRT meeting May 2007
  • TRT meeting August 2007
  • TRT meeting November 2007

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System Overview and Preliminary Requirements
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System Overview and Preliminary Requirements
  • CRLMS is intended to ultimately address the
    following functions
  • Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative
    Action monitoring
  • Payroll wage and labor monitoring
  • DBE/MBE/WBE program monitoring
  • Civil Rights, labor, on-the job training, and
    DBE/MBE/WBE federal reporting

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System Overview and Preliminary Requirements
  • Integration with, yet capability to operate
    independently of Trnsport
  • Access to and use of the system by external
    parties (for example, contractors,
    subcontractors, FHWA, cities, and counties)
  • Data migration from existing relevant Trnsport
    client / server modules
  • Provide the base data for DBE/MBE/WBE data
    analysis (Disparity Study)

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External Connectivity
Desired process for CRLMS currently awaiting
TTF approval
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Development Process
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Development Process
  • Agile Development
  • Agile Development The scope is defined as the
    work is being performed
  • Agile Development promotes involvement and
    interaction of the entire user community
  • Agile Development delivers working software
    frequently

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Development Process
  • Product Backlog
  • Prioritized list of requirements
  • Prioritized by TRT
  • 1 month sprints build highest priority items
  • Produce potentially-releasable product increments
  • Hands-on evaluation by TRT every iteration
  • Highly-disciplined process
  • Produces standard artifacts but in a different
    way
  • Measure productivity with burn down charts

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Development Process
  • Dedicated team of developers and analysts
  • Collective ownership by team
  • Co-location with everyone participating in
    interpreting requirements, defining backlog items
    and estimating them
  • Backlog items estimated relative to each other
  • Sprint plan and estimates reassessed daily based
    on team progress and knowledge gained
  • Retrospective at end of every iteration to
    identify and leverage lessons learned

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Priority Use Case Description Group Priority Appendix A Estimates
1 2043 Maintain Vendor Data DBE 1 7
2 3013 Maintain Wage Decisions Header Labor 2 20
3 3005 Associate Wage Decisions to a Contract Labor 3 45
4 3027 Enter/Edit DBE Commitments DBE 4 20
5 3028 Review/Approve Contractor DBE Commitment DBE 5 7
XX 3011 Maintain Field Interview Data Labor 14
11 2109 Enter Sub Contractor Sublet Data DBE 8 45
XX 2113 Enter Bidders List DBE 10
XX 3002 Create Modify Electronic Signature Labor NP
XX 3012 View Edit Contractor Labor Compliance History DBE NP
12 2110 Enter/Maintain Month End Trucking Data DBE 13 45
13 3029 Review/Approve Contractor Sublet DBE 10 7
14 3022 Import Payments to Prime Contractor DBE 16 45
20 2107 View Basic Contractor Information Contract 9 2
44   Alternate Screen Creation ITI   85
45   Recommend DB Tailoring ITI   7
46 3007 Export Contract Certified Payroll Labor   20
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8 2024 Maintain Contract Employee and Employment Data Labor 11 20
8 2031 Maintain Contractor Employee Data Labor 11 7
8 2082 Import Payroll File Labor 16 2
8 3001 Maintain Certified Payroll Labor 11 85
8 3014 Import Contractor Employee Data Labor 16 20
8 3021 View Certified Payroll Approvals Labor 15 20
9 3009 Maintain Certified Payroll Rules Labor 11 85
10 3004 Check Certified Payroll Labor 12 45
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6 2014 Maintain Contract Award Data Contract 7 7
7 2042 Maintain Contract Data Contract 6 20
14 3023 Import Contract Amendment (Change Order, Modifications) Data Contract 16 20
14 3024 Import Sub-Contractor Data Contract 16 20
14   Interface from SM to CRLMS Technical 16 45
14   Interface from FM to CRLMS Technical 16 45
14   Inferface from CAS to CRLMS Technical 16 45
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15 2037 Enter Payment Data by Contractor DBE 18 20
16 3025 Verify Payment DBE 18 20
17 2026 Maintain Sub Contractor Payment Data DBE 17 45
18 2032 Maintain OJT Trainee Data Labor 19 45
19 2050 Report OJT Employment Information Labor 20 7
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R 01 1024 Create Federal 1392 Report     20
R 02 1023 Create US DOT Quarterly and Semi-Annual DBE Award Commitments Report     85
R 03 1029 Create Contract Clearance DBE Participation Report     20
R 04 1097 Create DBE Availability Report     20
R 05 2054 Create Report On the Job Training by Contract and Trade Category     20
R 06 2056 Create Report Showing Payments Made on a Contract     7
R 07 2057 Create Report Showing Progress Toward Transp Agency Goals     7
R 08 2095 Report Contractor/Subcontractor Data     1
R 09 3010 View Month End Truck Report     7
R 10 3019 Create Verify Contractor Data Report     20
R 11 3041 Create Contract Payroll Activity Report     45
R 12 2034 Report Contract Employment Data (total hours, minority and women hours)     7
R 13 2019 Report Contract DBE Subs From Start to Finish     20
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Involvement
  • Sources for Involvement
  • wT/CRLMS Message Board
  • Preview Site
  • Acceptance Tests
  • Civil Rights TAG

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CRLMS Civil Rights and Labor Management System
  • User involvement is vital to this process and,
    therefore, participation by agencies is welcome.
    If you would like more information, please
    contact Tony Bianchi, the AASHTO project manager,
    at tbianchi_at_aashto.org or Todd Bergland of the
    Trnsport Task Force at TTF_at_cloverleaf.net. For
    more information on web Trnsport, please go to
    www.cloverleaf.net.

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