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Suggested Citation:"References." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2024. State DOT Product Evaluation Processes. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/27809.
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83   AASHTO (2021). AASHTO’s National Transportation Product Evaluation Program (NTPEP) Information and Operations Guide, Washington, DC. Retrieved from: /sites/66/2021/12/NTPEP-Information-and-Operations-Guide.pdf Burke, J. (1982). NCHRP Synthesis 90: New-Product Evaluation Procedures, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. Retrieved from: https://onlinepubs Caltrans (2019). Product Evaluation Program Vendor Submittal Guide. California Department of Transporta- tion, December 23. Retrieved from /mets/vendor-submittal-guide-a11y.pdf Carr, W. (2004). NCHRP Synthesis 328: State Product Evaluation Programs, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. Retrieved from: /10.17226/23363 Georgia DOT (2021). New Products Evaluation Committee Guidelines and Procedures. Georgia Depart- ment of Transportation. Retrieved from: /NewProductSubmission/NPEGuidelines_Procedures.pdf Gray, R.M., and Roback, J.G. (2007). New Products Evaluation Program for Lower-Volume Local Roads,” Trans- portation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC., 1989(1): 193-197. DOI: 10.3141/1989-22 Michigan DOT (2022). Materials Quality Assurance Procedures Manual, Construction Field Services Divi- sion, Michigan Department of Transportation. Retrieved from: /construction/materials-quality-assurance-procedures Michigan DOT (n.d.). MDOT New Materials and New Products Evaluation Requests Procedure. Retrieved from: _New_Materials_and_New_Products_Evaluation_Procedures.pdf?rev=41db9df9d5dd41f1be4f7ad55cd7ebce Minnesota DOT (2022). Approved/Qualified Product Policy, Office of Materials and Road Research, Minnesota Department of Transportation, April. Retrieved from: /DMResultSet/download?docId=16884981 Oregon DOT (2016). Definitions for the ODOT Qualified Products List (QPL) Product Status, Oregon Depart- ment of Transportation. Retrieved from: -Products.aspx Pennsylvania DOT (2022). Qualified Products List for Construction, Bulletin 15 (Publication 35), Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, December. Retrieved from: _MTD_LAB/PUBLICATIONS/PUB_35/Current_Edition/Bulletin15.pdf Smithwick, J., and Mayo, G. (2018). Product Evaluation Tracking Tools and Product Categories, North Carolina DOT Project 2018-08. Final Report RP 2018-08. Retrieved from: /RNAProjDocs/Product%20Evaluation%20Tracking%20Final%20Report.pdf Texas DOT (2022). Research and Technology Implementation Research Manual, Research and Technology Imple- mentation Division, Texas Department of Transportation, April 27. Retrieved from: http://onlinemanuals References

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The construction, maintenance, and operation of transportation infrastructure requires immense amounts of products and materials. New products, materials, engineered systems, and innovative technologies are presented to state departments of transportation (DOTs) by suppliers and manufacturers, as well as sometimes by contractors and internal DOT staff.

NCHRP Synthesis 616: State DOT Product Evaluation Processes, from TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program, documents current state DOT practices, funding, policies, management techniques, tools, and workflows of product evaluation processes.

Supplemental to the report is a dataset of various administrative documents from different state DOTs.


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