Drainage Identification Analysis and Mapping System (DIAMS) is a computerized database that captures and stores relevant information associated with all on-ground and under-ground hydraulic structures belonging to the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT). DIAMS retrieves relevant financial information for management so that NJDOT can remain compliant with Phase II of the Government Accounting Standards Board Statement 34, which is NJDOT's sole means of reporting all financial transaction, namely the value of infrastructure drainage assets on an accrual accounting basis. DIAMS also retrieves all relevant environmental information to comply with Clean Water Act and reports to New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). DIAMS is a critcal computational tool that requires enhancements. Phase II consists of three specific objectives, specifically to: rectify the compatibility issue related to the recent upgrades of NJDOT vendor software updates, update all collected data to make DIAMS current and link DIAMS to the NJDOT Video inspection van.
|Effective start/end date||8/1/15 → 1/31/17|
- U.S. Department of Transportation: $309,307.00
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