|Marlon Flournoy, PMP, is the Chief of the Office of Project Scoping Coordination. OPSC is comprised of three branches:
The Project Initiation Document (PID) Management Branch includes one Senior Transportation Engineer, four Transportation Planners, and one AGPA. This branch is responsible for tracking PID work progress to ensure timely delivery of PIDs within approved cost and schedule, preparing quarterly Statewide STIP and SHOPP Summary Reports, and the overall fiscal management of the PID program.
The Project Initiation Document (PID) Coordination and Workload Development Branch includes one Senior Transportation Planner, Specialist. This position works with other Senior Transportation Planners and Senior Transportation Engineers in Programming and the Districts to develop the Three-Year PID Strategic Plan to analyze and project levels of expenditures through the life of Regional Transportation Plans, 10-Year SHOPP Plans, and Programming cycles.
The Project Delivery Liaison Branch includes one Senior Transportation Engineer, Specialist. This position works with SHOPP Advisors and Project Delivery teams to ensure that work planned is consistent with other engineering requirements and considerations including standards set by Design and Local Assistance, priorities set by Project Delivery, Maintenance and Operations.
- Annette Clark - Branch Chief, Coordination and Workload Development Branch