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Title: Automated Review Management System
Authors: Kirby, Jeffrey G.
Hicks, Donald K.
Furry, Douglas A.
Koenke, Jeffrey A.
Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)
Keywords: Management information systems
Military Construction (MILCON)
Publisher: Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: ADP Report (Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.));no. P-87/08
Abstract: U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (USA-CERL) in response to a need by Corps of Engineers Project Managers for a tool to assist them in tracking constructibility and design reviews for milit ary construction projects . The results of a Corps-wide survey in 1983 indicated that 56 percent of contract modifications are inttiated to correct design deficiencies . Many of these deficiencies stem from the fact that management of the current Biddability, Constructibility, and Operability (BCO) review processes is difficult for the Project Manager because of time constraints , lack of an effective way to handle the comments generated by a review , and lack of a mechanism to effectively monitor the performance of those entities from which a review was requested . ARMS was designed to improve productivity by supporting the four primary levels of activity in the design review process : Project Manager, Review Manager, Reviewer, and the ArchttecUEngineer. The program accomplishes this by : Connecting all participants in the review process together via an electronic mail and message system. Providing a way for the review participants to enter, store, edit, and transmit comments. Providing the capacity to track all elements and phases of the project and to monitor the progress of participating agencies and reviewers. Providing for effective management of the entire process at the District level.
Description: ADP Report
Gov't Doc #: USA-CERL ADP Report P-87/08
Rights: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited
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