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  1. PUMA Overview Jim Weingartz, Steward Linda Moline, Assistant Steward

  2. Overview • After the presentation, participants should be able to • Describe the purpose of PUMA • List the benefits of PUMA • Explain the impact to business processes and other systems • Run reports from PUMA

  3. PUMA Objectives • Provide the New State Accounting System (SWIFT) a Link to all Mn/DOT projects. • Provide a Single Source for Generating all SP Numbers • Identify Groups of Projects – the “Bundle” • Data Hub to Operational Data Systems about Projects

  4. The Bundle Concept

  5. Existing SP Numbers • Source Application: • Project Tracking - ~57,000 SP Numbers (State Aid) • PPMS - ~25,300 SP Numbers • MAPS - ~20,800 SP Numbers • STIP - ~2,300 SP Numbers • REALMS - ~3,500 SP Numbers • Aeronautics - ~3,670 SP Numbers

  6. Prime S.P. vs Low S.P. • No longer using low S.P. • Prime S.P. can be determined by • longest control section • most important control section • control section with the largest cost • Control section most likely to remain in the project

  7. Application Interfaces • MAPS • New process for requesting Job Numbers on the Project Authorization Form (PAF) • PPMS • New process for entering SP Numbers on a Header Record • Prime Element’s SP Number • New Process for entering and maintaining Associated SP Numbers • Non-Prime Element’s SP Number • Project Tracking (State Aid’s Project Application) • Will Push State Aid SP/SAP Numbers into PUMA • REALMS • New process for creating Project records (Asset Management)

  8. Implementation Plan • Training for coordinators • Go Live September 1, 2010

  9. PUMA Coordinators -Districts • Duluth (1) – Lorraine Kramer • Bemidji (2) – Donna Pence, back up – Joe McKinnon • Brainerd (3) – Claudia Dumont • Detroit Lakes (4) – Milt Wilson • Rochester (6) – Laurie Nagle • Mankato (7) – Debra Yates, back up – Peg Hentges • Willmar (8) – Tony Pfau • Metro – Kha Vue, back up – Jon Solberg, Sherry Narusiewicz

  10. PUMA Coordinators - CO • CPPM – Deb Pena and Sandy Kamnikar • Freight & Commercial Vehicle Ops – Marge Braun • Transit – Trudie Gustad • Light Rail – Kha Vue (Metro) • Bridge – Jackie Fredrick, back up - Colleen Harer • Land Mgmt – Lanette Zaiger • Aeronautics – Gene Scott, Michael Ferry, Harris Baker, Cathy Huebsch, Don Berre, Dan Boerner, Peter Buchen • TBD= Traffic

  11. Training Curriculum • Log In/Log Out • Search for existing Bundles/Elements • Create new Bundles/Elements • Move Elements to another Bundle • Promote or Demote Elements • Request to Delete or Drop a Bundle or Element • Run Reports

  12. Search Screen

  13. Search Result

  14. Add a Bundle

  15. Add the Prime Element

  16. Add Non-Prime Elements

  17. Element Types

  18. Other Icons

  19. Reports

  20. Sample of a Bundle and Element Report

  21. Questions?