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Assessing Your Capabilities 25 Project management CADD Tax information Environment Planning Legal Asset management Current Information Technology Policies Transportation agencies have commonly established policies associated with the purchase, development, and implementation of new technology. These policies cover everything from whom you need to buy from to how you request proposals or bids to the procedures you must follow for implementing a new system. You should identify which policies you will need to follow as early in the process as possible since this can drive the timeline and allocation of resources.