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Technical Advisory Panels, Pt. 2: Project Coordinator

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Published on Apr 15, 2013

Every MnDOT research project, however it is funded, is guided by a Technical Advisory Panel. Each member of the panel has a particular role to play that is essential to the success of the research project.

Every TAP is composed of at least three members: The Principal Investigator, who performs the research; the Technical Liaison, who is the champion for the research; and the Project Coordinator, who monitors the research contract. Additional members may also serve on the TAP to bring needed expertise to the project.

In this video segment, we will be talking about the roles and responsibilities of the Project Coordinator and other MnDOT Research Services staff. The Project Coordinator, who is a Research Services staff member, monitors the contract documents, participates in meetings and decisions of the Technical Advisory Panel, and assures the research milestones and end products are on time and on budget.

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