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PS&E Acceptance Formal Measures and Informal Metrics
QBR Measure: PS&E Acceptance
In November 2007, the Project Delivery Leadership Team (PDLT) issued a memo detailing three new metrics, used to measure Project Delivery performance.  The Office of Project Letting (OPL) does not own these metrics; however OPL staff is involved in the Plans, Specifications and Estimating (PS&E) Acceptance tracking and reporting measures.  Because the PS&E Acceptance milestones are captured in OPL, we are including the current PS&E Acceptance procedure for collecting the data here, for your reference.
November 2007 PDLT Memo 
PS&E Acceptance Lock-in Procedure 
Data from the January-March 2008 PS&E Dashboard Metrics was presented to PDLT at the June 2008 meeting for the teams review.  As with any measure, PDLT may choose to alter or adjust the PS&E acceptance measures or recording methods.  As OPL receives updated information, we will include it here.

Informal Metrics: Feedback to Delivery Organizations
In an effort to provide feedback to the Delivery Organizations, OPL has developed three informal metrics.   Included here are the definitions of these metrics and the distribution methods.  The data and frequency of the informational metrics are on the same rotation as the Quarterly Business Review (QBR) Measures.
PS&E Informal Metrics
Comparison of QBR performance measures and PS&E informal metrics
The informal metrics, including the raw data, is now available for ODOT use only.  To locate the informal metrics from previous years, please contact the Office of Pre-Letting for assistance.
2015 PS&E Dashboard Metrics
2016 PS&E Dashboard Metrics
If you have questions or concerns on any of the above metrics, please contact the OPL Manager, Larry McKinley.