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Asset Management-United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers



Total Estimated Cost

$14 Billion

DAAR provided Program and Construction Management support to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Gulf Region Division for the reconstruction of Iraq. The reconstruction effort involved 17 programs that accounted for over $14 billion in US funding of over 5,700 construction projects, along with non-construction services and equipment which spanned over 13 Ministries and other Iraqi government organizations.

Program highlights included the design, development, and maintenance of the Iraq Reconstruction Management System (IRMS) and Task Force Safety Actions for Fire and Electricity (TF SAFE) Tracking and Reporting System. Additional services included program management and quality assurance, and project controls. Document control and data management included the design of a MAXIMO database, data integration and system support. Deliverables also included hands-on and webinar training on topics such as Construction Project Management, Capacity Development, Operations and Maintenance and included initiatives for the development and support of women-owned businesses, and electrical system and fire protection assessments and training.

IRMS and the TF SAFE Tracking and Reporting System served as the primary web-based tracking and reporting system for U.S. Government Agencies supporting the Iraq Reconstruction and TF SAFE programs respectively. The primary objective was to ensure the timely dissemination of accurate data regarding status and fund allocation to all users, regardless of location. This enabled our client, in country and state-side, to make informed decisions impacting the program and project management objectives. Our information management expertise enabled our client to consistently deliver maximum accountability in a challenging work environment.

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