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Service Units provide a mechanism for agencies to purchase fixed-priced units of AASHTOWare contractor assistance that can be used in the implementation of AASHTOWare products. AASHTOWare Service Units are product and contractor specific and are established by the corresponding AASHTOWare Product Task Force. Service Unit fees are documented in the annual AASHTOWare Catalog. Additional information on the service units for the individual products are detailed below.

AASHTOWare Project

AASHTOWare Project

For the period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, AASHTO has established an arrangement with its AASHTOWare Project contractors, Info Tech, Inc. and AECOM, Inc., to offer the opportunity for agencies to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support to assist an agency in implementing the AASHTOWare Project modules. During this period, an agency may commit to one or more units of service. The actual number of hours the contractor will expend for one unit may vary depending on the AASHTO billing level of the contractor staff involved and the location where the service is being provided. The number of Service Units remaining at the conclusion of a fiscal year will be carried forward into the next fiscal year, but could result in a difference in work accomplished as the AASHTO billing level is based on the year during which the work is performed.

Service Unit Work Plan Development

Service Unit Contractors (Info Tech and AECOM) are independent contractors and solely responsible for all aspects of the performance, delivery, quality and terms and conditions of service they provide to agencies.

AASHTO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE AND DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING PERSONAL INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, OR LOSS OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS, INFORMATION OR DATA, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF SERVICE UNIT CONTRACTORS, THEIR EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND SUBCONTRACTORS.

It is highly recommended that each agency review its service needs with the appropriate AASHTOWare Project contractor , develop a firm estimate of the number of units required and establish work plans and other terms and conditions of service, including the schedule for delivery, prior to submitting their commitment. Further, the AASHTOWare Project Task Force reserves the right to review work plans for Service Unit work to ensure conformance with the guidelines for their use.

This service is not a pre-requisite to license AASHTOWare Project software, nor does it affect in any way the normal support, maintenance and enhancement services provided under the AASHTO license agreement and normal fee structure for AASHTOWare Project. Choosing this special offering is strictly the prerogative of an agency. The intent of Service Units is to offer the opportunity for an agency to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support. AASHTO shall serve as facilitator only by accepting the commitment for such contractor-provided services, invoice and receive payment on behalf of the agency and forward the order and payment to the contractor for the appropriate number of units of services ordered.

Further, AASHTO assumes no responsibility or liability for any obligation of Service Unit Contractors, including scheduling or delivery of such units of service. It shall remain the responsibility of the subscribing agency to schedule their individual unit(s) of service and establish any other terms and conditions directly with the contractor.

Service Unit Work Options

These services provide for consultation and support to assist the agency in the implementation of the AASHTOWare Project products and can include the following:

  • Planning and conducting training events;
  • Implementation planning;
  • Technical assessment/technical planning;
  • Application installation and configuration;
  • Data mapping of current agency systems data to AASHTOWare Project (e.g. financial, pre-construction, materials management);
  • Configuring of generic field windows;
  • Configuring of custom templates/agency views (e.g. agency specific material test methods);
  • Hosted Services;
  • Interface development (e.g. from agency specific pre-construction systems and to agency specific financial management systems); and
  • Conversion development to take data from existing agency systems and load into AASHTOWare Project (e.g. materials management data).

In general, Service Units should not be used for work involving major new software development by member agencies. Service Units may be converted to provide additional enhancement funding under the guidance of the Task Force. To ensure that ownership issues are resolved, significant development work related to AASHTOWare products and enhancement requests utilizing service units should be reviewed by the Task Force prior to the work being performed. The use of Service Units to perform modifications that change AASHTO product source code must be reviewed and approved by the Task Force. Service units may not be used to provide reimbursement for travel expenses by agency personnel.

Fee for Service Units

Service Units can be ordered in unit increments of $13,500 that cannot be prorated and shall be paid upon receipt of the invoice. This fee includes the AASHTO administrative costs. Each service unit provides $12,200 in contractor services. For enhancement work requiring multiple service units, it may be better to consider the mechanism described in the Additional Funding for Development/Enhancement Items section.

AASHTOWare Bridge

For the period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, AASHTO has established an arrangement with its AASHTOWare Bridge Design and AASHTOWare Bridge Rating contractor, Michael Baker International, to offer the opportunity for agencies to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support to assist the licensee in expediting conversion to the current generic releases of AASHTOWare Bridge Design/AASHTOWare Bridge Rating or any related bridge load rating or bridge design needs using the software. During this period, an agency may commit to one or more units of service. The fee for each unit of service provides approximately 80 total hours of labor by a contractor employee preparing for, spending up to four days at the licensee site, and providing follow-up support, and includes all other direct and related travel expenses. The actual number of hours may vary depending on the AASHTO billing level of the employees involved and whether or not any direct costs or travel costs are involved. Service Units remaining at the conclusion of a fiscal year will be carried forward into the next fiscal year. The number of Service Units carried forward will be adjusted to reflect the subsequent year’s price per unit, but the dollar value of the licensee’s Service Units available will remain the same.

Service Unit Work Plan Development

Service Unit Contractor (Michael Baker International) is an independent contractor and is solely responsible for all aspects of the performance, delivery, quality and terms and conditions of service they provide to agencies.

AASHTO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE AND DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING PERSONAL INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, OR LOSS OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS, INFORMATION OR DATA, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF SERVICE UNIT CONTRACTORS, THEIR EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND SUBCONTRACTORS.

It is highly recommended that each agency review its service needs with the appropriate AASHTOWare Bridge Design/AASHTOWare Bridge Rating contractor, develop a firm estimate of the number of units required and establish work plans and other terms and conditions of service, including the schedule for delivery, prior to submitting their commitment. Further, the AASHTOWare Bridge Task Force reserves the right to review work plans for Service Unit work to ensure conformance with the guidelines for their use.

This service is not a pre-requisite to license AASHTOWare Bridge Design/AASHTOWare Bridge Rating, nor does it affect in any way the normal support, maintenance and enhancement services provided under the AASHTO license agreement and normal fee structure for AASHTOWare Bridge Design/AASHTOWare Bridge Rating. Choosing this special offering is strictly the prerogative of an agency. The intent of Service Units is to offer the opportunity for an agency to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support.  AASHTO shall serve as a facilitator only by accepting the commitment for such contractor-provided services, invoice and receive payment on behalf of the agency and forward the order and payment to the contractor for the appropriate number of units of services ordered.

Further, AASHTO assumes no responsibility or liability for any obligation of Service Unit Contractors, including scheduling or delivery of such units of service. It shall remain the responsibility of the subscribing agency to schedule their individual unit(s) of service and establish any other terms and conditions directly with the contractor.

Service Unit Work Options

Service units are intended to provide consultation and support to assist the licensee in the implementation of the AASHTOWare Bridge Design/AASHTOWare Bridge Rating products, and may include the following types of activities, or work by the contractor:

  • Updating prior releases of the AASHTOWare Bridge Design/AASHTOWare Bridge Rating database;
  • Adding an analytical or specification engine to the AASHTOWare Bridge Design system;
  • Adding new agency-specific features to the system; and
  • Specialized training in the use of AASHTOWare Bridge Design or AASHTOWare Bridge Rating during a two-day workshop for up to 15 individuals.

Note: The contractor will provide the instructors and workshop materials and will work with the agency to set up the training (software installation, etc.) within reason. All travel related costs for the instructors are also included in the fee. The sponsoring agency shall provide the facilities, hardware and support for the training. The agency is also responsible for inviting the attendees and for their associated travel costs.

The examples listed above may require more than one service unit each, depending on specific agency requirements. Other work that can be performed using one or more service units includes addressing other database issues, performing software development tasks, developing custom reports, or other AASHTOWare Bridge Design/AASHTOWare Bridge Rating-related work as needed by the agency.

In general, Service Units should not be used for work involving major new software development by member agencies. Service Units may be converted to provide additional enhancement funding under the guidance of the Task Force. To ensure that ownership issues are resolved, significant development work related to AASHTOWare products and enhancement requests utilizing service units should be reviewed by the Task Force prior to the work being performed. The use of Service Units to perform modifications that change AASHTO product source code must be reviewed and approved by the Task Force. Service units may not be used to provide reimbursement for travel expenses by agency personnel.

Fee for Service Units

This service is offered and can be ordered in unit increments of $11,600, which cannot be prorated and shall be paid upon receipt of the invoice. This fee includes the AASHTO administrative costs.  Each service unit provides $10,000 in contractor services.

For the period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, AASHTO has established an arrangement with its AASHTOWare Bridge Management contractor, Bentley Systems, Inc. to offer the opportunity for agencies to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support to assist the agency in expediting conversion to the current generic releases of AASHTOWare Bridge Management. During this period, an agency may commit to one or more units of service. The fee for each unit of service can be used to provide for items such as: labor costs, on-site training, follow-up support, and direct/travel expenses. The actual number of hours may vary depending on the AASHTO billing level of the employees involved. Service Units remaining at the conclusion of a fiscal year will be carried forward into the next fiscal year. The number of Service Units carried forward will be adjusted to reflect the subsequent year’s price per unit, but the dollar value of the licensee’s Service Units available will remain the same.

Service Unit Work Plan Development

The service unit contractor (Bentley) is an independent contractor and is solely responsible for all aspects of the performance, delivery, quality and terms and conditions of service they provide to agencies.

AASHTO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE AND DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING PERSONAL INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, OR LOSS OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS, INFORMATION OR DATA, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF SERVICE UNIT CONTRACTORS, THEIR EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND SUBCONTRACTORS.

It is highly recommended that each agency review its service needs with the appropriate AASHTOWare Bridge Management contractor, develop a firm estimate of the number of units required and establish work plans and other terms and conditions of service, including the schedule for delivery, prior to submitting their commitment. Further, the AASHTOWare Bridge Task Force reserves the right to review work plans for Service Unit work to ensure conformance with the guidelines for their use.

This service is not a pre-requisite to license AASHTOWare Bridge Management, nor does it affect in any way the normal support, maintenance and enhancement services provided under the AASHTO license agreement and normal fee structure for AASHTOWare Bridge Management. Choosing this special offering is strictly the prerogative of an agency. The intent of Service Units is to offer the opportunity for an agency to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support. AASHTO shall serve as facilitator only by accepting the commitment for such contractor-provided services, invoice and receive payment on behalf of the agency and forward the order and payment to the contractor for the appropriate number of units of services ordered.

Further, AASHTO assumes no responsibility or liability for any obligation of Service Unit Contractors, including scheduling or delivery of such units of service. It shall remain the responsibility of the subscribing agency to schedule their individual unit(s) of service and establish any other terms and conditions directly with the contractor.

Service Unit Work Options

Service units are intended to provide consultation and support to assist the licensee in the implementation of the AASHTOWare Bridge Management products, and may include, but are not limited to, the following types of activities, or work by the contractor:

  • Importing data into a single-user database;
  • Adding agency-specific fields to the AASHTOWare Bridge Management database;
  • Developing custom reports and/or forms;
  • Migrating Elements to National Bridge Elements;
  • Addressing database issues; and/or,
  • Specialized training in the use of AASHTOWare Bridge Management

In general, Service Units should not be used for work involving major new software development by member agencies. Service Units may be converted to provide additional enhancement funding under the guidance of the Task Force. To ensure that ownership issues are resolved, significant development work related to AASHTOWare products and enhancement requests utilizing service units should be reviewed by the Task Force prior to the work being performed. The use of Service Units to perform modifications that change AASHTO product source code must be reviewed and approved by the Task Force. Service units may not be used to provide reimbursement for travel expenses by agency personnel.

Fee for Service Units

This service is offered and can be ordered in unit increments of $11,600, which cannot be prorated and shall be paid upon receipt of the invoice. This fee includes the AASHTO administrative costs. Each service unit provides $10,000 in contractor services.

 

Hosting and Add-On (HAO) Service Units

For the period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, AASHTO has established an arrangement with its AASHTOWare Bridge Management contractor, Bentley Systems, Inc. to offer the opportunity for agencies to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided services for hosting and optional add-on Bentley modules, Hosting and Add-On (HAO) Service Units, for AASHTOWare Bridge Management. During this period, an agency may commit to one or more units of service. HAO Service Units remaining at the conclusion of a fiscal year will be carried forward into the next fiscal year. The number of HAO Service Units carried forward will be adjusted to reflect the subsequent year’s price per unit, but the dollar value of the licensee’s HAO Service Units available will remain the same.

HAO Service Unit Work Plan Development

The HAO service unit contractor (Bentley) is an independent contractor and is solely responsible for all aspects of the performance, delivery, quality and terms and conditions of service they provide to agencies.

AASHTO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE AND DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING PERSONAL INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, OR LOSS OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS, INFORMATION OR DATA, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF SERVICE UNIT CONTRACTORS, THEIR EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, AND SUBCONTRACTORS.

It is highly recommended that each agency review its service needs with the appropriate AASHTOWare Bridge Management contractor, develop a firm estimate of the number of units required and establish work plans and other terms and conditions of service, including the schedule for delivery, prior to submitting their commitment.  Further, the AASHTOWare Bridge Task Force reserves the right to review work plans for Service Unit work to ensure conformance with the guidelines for their use.

This service is not a pre-requisite to license AASHTOWare Bridge Management, nor does it affect in any way the normal support, maintenance and enhancement services provided under the AASHTO license agreement and normal fee structure for AASHTOWare Bridge Management. Choosing this special offering is strictly the prerogative of an agency. The intent of these special Hosting and Add-On Service Units is to offer the opportunity for an agency to acquire contractor-provided services and modules to improve the AASHTOWare Bridge Management experience and functionality. AASHTO shall serve as a facilitator only by accepting the commitment for such contractor-provided services, invoice and receive payment on behalf of the agency and forward the order and payment to the contractor for the appropriate number of units of services ordered.

Further, AASHTO assumes no responsibility or liability for any obligation of Service Unit Contractors, including scheduling or delivery of such units of service. It shall remain the responsibility of the subscribing agency to schedule their individual unit(s) of service and establish any other terms and conditions directly with the contractor.

Hosting and Add-On Service Unit Options

These service units are intended to provide a means for allowing AASHTOWare Bridge Management licensees to supplement their existing system with hosting services and/or advanced inspection modules that may further enhance their AASHTOWare Bridge Management solution. Examples of possible options for usage include:

  • Hosting and maintenance of AASHTOWare Bridge Management 5.2.3/5.3 on contractor servers; and/or,
  • Purchase of approved plug-in modules for AASHTOWare Bridge Management 5.2.3/5.3 for content as it becomes available.

Fee for HAO Service Units

This service is offered and can be ordered in HAO unit increments of $3,000, which cannot be prorated and shall be paid upon receipt of the invoice. This fee includes the AASHTO administrative costs.  Each HAO service unit provides $2,500 in contractor services.

Agencies interested in online hosting services should contact the contractor, Bentley Systems, for more information.

AASHTOWare Pavement

AASHTOWare Pavement

For the period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, AASHTO has established an arrangement with the AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design contractor, ARA, to offer the opportunity for agencies to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support to assist the agency in preparing data and using AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design. During this period, an agency may commit to one or more units of service from ARA. The fee for each unit of service provides approximately sixty-five (65) total hours of labor by the contractor. Related travel expenses for on-site tasks will be converted to equivalent service units. The actual number of hours may vary depending on the AASHTO billing level of the employees involved. Service Units remaining at the conclusion of a fiscal year will be carried forward into the next fiscal year. The number of Service Units carried forward will be adjusted to reflect the subsequent year’s price per unit, but the dollar value of the licensee’s Service Units available will remain the same.

Service Unit Work Plan Development

The service unit contractor (Applied Research Associates, Inc.) is an independent contractor and solely responsible for all aspects of the performance, delivery, quality and terms and conditions of service they provide to agencies.

AASHTO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE AND DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING PERSONAL INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, OR LOSS OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS, INFORMATION OR DATA, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF SERVICE UNIT CONTRACTORS, THEIR EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND SUBCONTRACTORS.

It is highly recommended that each agency review its service needs with the appropriate AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design contractor, develop a firm estimate of the number of units required and establish work plans and other terms and conditions of service, including the schedule for delivery, prior to submitting their commitment. Further, the AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design Task Force reserves the right to review work plans for Service Unit work to ensure conformance with the guidelines for their use.

This service is not a pre-requisite to license AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design, nor does it affect in any way the support, maintenance and enhancement services provided under the AASHTO license agreement and license fee structure for AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design. Choosing this special offering is strictly the prerogative of the agency. The intent of Service Units is to offer the opportunity for an agency to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support. AASHTO shall serve as facilitator only by accepting the commitment for such contractor-provided services, invoice and receive payment on behalf of the agency and forward the order and payment to the contractor for the appropriate number of units of services ordered.

Further, AASHTO assumes no responsibility or liability for any obligation of Service Unit Contractors, including scheduling or delivery of such units of service. It shall remain the responsibility of the subscribing agency to schedule their individual unit(s) of service and establish any other terms and conditions directly with the contractor.

Service Unit Work Options

Service units are intended to provide consultation and support to assist the licensee in the implementation of the AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design and may include the following types of activities, or work by Applied Research Associates, Inc.

  • Customization of the user interface including:
  • Setting language preferences;
  • Tool tip help;
  • User defined field names;
  • Local calibration settings;
  • Input field locking; and
  • Setting agency-specific default values and ranges;
  • Loading user defined weather data;
  • Converting prior versions of user projects to AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design file formats;
  • Creating custom batch reports; and
  • Specialized training in the use of AASHTOWare Pavement ME Design during a two-day workshop for up to 15 individuals.

Note: The contractor, ARA, will provide the instructors and workshop materials and will work with the agency to set up the training (software installation, etc.) within reason. All travel related costs for the instructors are also included in the fee. The sponsoring agency shall provide the facilities, hardware and support for the training. The agency is also responsible for inviting the attendees and for their associated travel costs.

In general, Service Units should not be used for work involving major new software development by member agencies. Service Units may be converted to provide additional enhancement funding under the guidance of the Task Force. To ensure that ownership issues are resolved, significant development work related to AASHTOWare products and enhancement requests utilizing service units should be reviewed by the Task Force prior to the work being performed. The use of Service Units to perform modifications that change AASHTO product source code must be reviewed and approved by the Task Force. Service units may not be used to provide reimbursement for travel expenses by agency personnel.

Fee for Service Units

This service is offered and can be ordered in unit increments of $13,500, which cannot be prorated and shall be paid upon receipt of the invoice. This fee includes the AASHTO administrative costs. Each service unit provides $12,200 in ARA contractor services.

AASHTOWare Safety

AASHTOWare Safety

For the period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, AASHTO has established an arrangement with the two AASHTOWare Safety Analyst contractors, MRI Global and Harris Corporation, to offer the opportunity for agencies to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support to assist the agency in preparing data and using AASHTOWare Safety Analyst. During this period, an agency may commit to one or more units of service from MRI Global and/or Harris. The fee for each unit of service provides approximately forty (40) total hours of labor by a contractor employee. Related travel expenses for on-site tasks will be converted to equivalent service units. The actual number of hours may vary depending on the AASHTO billing level of the employees involved. Service Units remaining at the conclusion of a fiscal year will be carried forward into the next fiscal year. The number of Service Units carried forward will be adjusted to reflect the subsequent year’s price per unit, but the dollar value of the licensee’s Service Units available will remain the same.

Service Unit Work Plan Development

The service unit contractors (MRI Global and Harris Corporation) are independent contractors and solely responsible for all aspects of the performance, delivery, quality and terms and conditions of service they provide to agencies.

AASHTO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE AND DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING PERSONAL INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, OR LOSS OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS, INFORMATION OR DATA, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF SERVICE UNIT CONTRACTORS, THEIR EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND SUBCONTRACTORS.

It is highly recommended that each agency review its service needs with the appropriate AASHTOWare Safety Analyst contractor, develop a firm estimate of the number of units required and establish work plans and other terms and conditions of service, including the schedule for delivery, prior to submitting their commitment. Further, the AASHTOWare Safety Analyst Task Force reserves the right to review work plans for Service Unit work to ensure conformance with the guidelines for their use.

This service is not a pre-requisite to license AASHTOWare Safety Analyst, nor does it affect in any way the support, maintenance and enhancement services provided under the AASHTO license agreement and license fee structure for AASHTOWare Safety Analyst. Choosing this special offering is strictly the prerogative of the agency. The intent of Service Units is to offer the opportunity for an agency to acquire special fixed-fee increments or units of contractor-provided service for consultation and support. AASHTO shall serve as facilitator only by accepting the commitment for such contractor-provided services, invoice and receive payment on behalf of the agency and forward the order and payment to the contractor for the appropriate number of units of services ordered.

Further, AASHTO assumes no responsibility or liability for any obligation of Service Unit Contractors, including scheduling or delivery of such units of service. It shall remain the responsibility of the subscribing agency to schedule their individual unit(s) of service and establish any other terms and conditions directly with the contractor.

Service Unit Work Options

Service units are intended to provide consultation and support to assist the licensee in the implementation of the AASHTOWare Safety Analyst product, and may include the following types of activities, or work by the contractor(s):

  • Identifying data gaps or needs for agencies and preparing an implementation plan;
  • Preparing and importing the required roadway inventory, crash report and traffic volume data;
  • Specialized training in the use of AASHTOWare Safety Analyst for either engineering or software production;
  • Assist with software deployment;
  • Agency specific modifications or customized reports and data exporting; and
  • Agency specific enhancements to AASHTOWare Safety Analyst modules.

In general, Service Units should not be used for work involving major new software development by member agencies. Service Units may be converted to provide additional enhancement funding under the guidance of the Task Force. To ensure that ownership issues are resolved, significant development work related to AASHTOWare products and enhancement requests utilizing service units should be reviewed by the Task Force prior to the work being performed. The use of Service Units to perform modifications that change AASHTO product source code must be reviewed and approved by the Task Force. Service units may not be used to provide reimbursement for travel expenses by agency personnel.

Fee for Service Units

This service is offered and can be ordered in unit increments of $8,500 for MRI Global and $9,000 for Harris Corporation, which cannot be prorated and shall be paid upon receipt of the invoice. This fee includes the AASHTO administrative costs. Each service unit provides $7,300 in MRI Global contractor services or $7,850 in Harris contractor services.

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