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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials reappointed three members to its Special Committee on AASHTOWare, which oversees the development of the organization’s cooperative computer software development program.

All three will serve new three-year terms that start on July 1 this year and end on June 30, 2022.

Those three reappointed committee members are:

  • Mark Dunn, director of the office of contracts for the Iowa Department of Transportation. He’s been reappointed to his first three-year term as a member of the SCOA.
  • Tim Armbrecht, chief of structural services for the Illinois Department of Transportation, also received reappointed to the committee for his first three-year term and will be designated SCOA’s vice chair.
  • Todd Bergland, director of software engineering with the Minnesota Department of Transportation, received reappointed to his second three-year term with the SCOA.

AASHTOWare is a system designed to help transportation professionals comply with Federal Highway Administration regulations and more efficiently monitor project costs, among other capabilities.

editor@aashto.org

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