savings of $480,000
consultants now perform 43% of all bridge inspection work. ITD performs
the remaining inspections work at approximately 60% of the cost
savings of $541,583
On-going savings of $400,000 annually
to cross train employees.
savings of $340,000
Ongoing savings of $55,000 annually
with private contractors to perform all Interstate striping work.
BUY BACK PROGRAM
savings of $2 million
On-going savings of $300,000 annually
102 pieces of large equipment (loaders, backhoe/loaders, and tractor
trucks) utilizing the vendor buy-back method. For calendar year
2007 the buy-back program will save ITD $492,972 in depreciation
expenses alone. An average of $300,000 per year is estimated as
on-going savings. This does not include savings associated with
the elimination of maintenance costs since the equipment purchased
with a buy-back contract is under warranty for the duration of the
CUSTOMER SERVICE IMPROVEMENT
savings of $240,000 annually
legislation that was later enacted, allowing the department to send
notification of department actions such as driver license suspensions,
and registrations/title cancellations via regular first class mail
instead of via certified mail. This provides an approximate savings
of $4 per letter on approximately 70,000 letters annually.
IT CONTRACTORS TO FTPs
savings of $198,300 annually
two positions to replace the full-time contractors who were providing
the UNIX system administration and database administration for the
Oracle Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS). The contract
positions were previously costing ITD approximately $320,000 per
MANUALS TO CDs
savings of $135,000 annually
nine manuals, 10 guide books, and two training tutorials to electronic
distribution on CD rather than printing hard copies. This has generated
savings of $135,000 per year in publication costs.
savings of $128,000 annually
a high-speed, high-capacity network connecting and automating all
major department offices and installed a new data management platform
for improved efficiency. The migration to client/server continues
to provide benefits in sharing data among department work groups.
savings of $88,730 annually
the Audit Unit to the State Tax Commission.
savings of $80,000 annually
functions of the two materials laboratories and eliminated duplicate
functions where possible. Federal law requires the department to
have two separate facilities.
savings of $65,000 annually
methods for self-certification by local jurisdictions for the local
road inventory program. Moved the local road inventory program to
the GIS Section to better align skills for in-office support for
self-certification. Stopped all field-data collection conducted
PROC SERVICE CENTER
savings of $61,600 annually |
functions to streamline document production and records management