This guide provides in-depth insights on the benefits of PMIS to agencies and their constituents in capital planning and finance, bidding and procurement, construction project management, and maintenance and operations.
Planning, design, construction, and infrastructure operations are complex, requiring many players. There are many one of a kind projects. Projects, by their nature, are difficult to manage. A PMIS is a software system (or set of systems) that supports the data gathering, business processes, and reporting needed to manage a capital program effectively. It manages several functions within a public agency throughout the capital program life cycle.
This guide contains the following:
- What is PMIS?
- Functions of a PMIS
- How does PMIS work?
- Benefits to local, regional, and state agencies
- Benefits to the public
- Case study
By providing real-time visibility and collaboration between project stakeholders, a PMIS allows capital owners to make smarter decisions and deliver their programs faster, with less rework and waste.