The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, in coordination with the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, is now soliciting proposals for the U.S. Domestic Scan Program for 2014.
The Domestic Scan Program allows for technology transfer among state transportation departments on multiple topics. Scans allow for faster dissemination of information among states and allow for accelerated implementation of new practices and technologies. The program was developed by AASHTO and is administered through NCHRP by using consultant contracts to manage the scans identified by the NCHRP Project 20-68A panel.
Proposals must be submitted by Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013. The panel will select between three and five proposals in mid-December.
Instructions for submitting a proposal for 2014 can be found here. Questions regarding the submission process may be directed to Marty Vitale, AASHTO engineering program specialist, by email at mvitale AT aashto.org. Additional information on the Domestic Scan Program is available at DomesticScan.org.