clears way for planning transfer of Banks Lowman
road to state
Transportation Board this week authorized ITD staff
to begin developing a cooperative agreement with
Boise County to transfer the Banks Lowman highway
to the state.
employees honored for years of service
54 employees honored for their longevity with the
department Tuesday collectively represented about
850 years of service, announced Director Dave Ekern.
addition to the longevity awards, other honors were
presented to the Maintenance and Safety persons
of the year and employees who achieved a 1-percent
United Way contribution level.
site fosuses on technology transformation
Intranet site unveiled this week will enable ITD employees
to engage in the departments technology transformation
process, chronicle its progress and interact with
5 meeting to initiate move to new financial system
ITD is about to begin
a well-conceived, 15-month transition to a new Integrated
Financial Management System (IFMS) and its accompanying
software suite from American Management Systems (AMS)
called Advantage 3.
to participate in six-state disaster exercise
Earths bowels have been rumbling for the past
month near Mount St. Helens...
This artificial backdrop will serve as a foundation
for Cascade Fury II, a disaster drill that will be
staged May 25-27 in Alta, Wyo., east of Driggs.
maintenance ready to help with workplace needs
a safe, secure, efficient workplace is essential to
keeping the transportation department running smoothly
& crafts fair planned at Headquarters
the employee organization, will sponsor its first-ever
spring arts and crafts sale April 23 in the Headquarters
lobby. The event will include handmade arts and crafts
and quality, flea market items.
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concerned about distracted drivers
gains steam in Washington
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school students learn about fuel cells
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