TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Report 865: Guidance for Development and Management of Sustainable Enterprise Information Portals provides guidance for the development and management of effective Enterprise Information Portals (EIPs) at state departments of transportation. EIPs have become key tools for transportation agencies as they make available information about the transportation system and the agency’s activities. Such EIPs must be curated; that is, there are people responsible for establishing the portal architecture, ensuring the quality of information and data, and maintaining the reliability of access. The report is intended to enhance agency personnel’s understanding of the value, uses, design, and maintenance of EIPs, and the design principles, management practices, and performance characteristics that will ensure that a DOT’s EIPs effectively and sustainably serve its users and the agency’s mission.
NCHRP Web-Only Document 241: Development and Management of Sustainable Enterprise Information Portals as well as a PowerPoint presentation on enterprise information portals (EIPs) for transportation agencies supplements the report. Use case diagrams referenced in the report are available in Visio format through a zip file.
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Table of Contents
|Section 1 - Introduction||7-9|
|Section 2 - EIPs for State DOTs||10-30|
|Section 3 - Industry Practices for Sustainable EIPs||31-37|
|Section 4 - Next Generation EIP: Microservices Architecture||38-46|
|Section 5 - Design and Implementation for Sustainable DOT EIPs||47-63|
|Section 6 - DOT Portal Use Cases||64-69|
|Section 7 - Toward Successful Adoption of New IT Concepts||70-77|
|Section 8 - Strategies for Promoting Sustainable DOT EIPs||78-82|
|Acronyms, Abbreviations, and Initialisms||90-91|
|Appendix - PowerPoint Presentation on Development and Management of Sustainable Enterprise Information Portals||92-123|
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