Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies - ITTS

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General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(273)
Lead Organization: Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
Contract Start Date: Dec 01, 2012
Solicitation Number: 1333
Partners: AR, FL, GADOT, KY, LA, MO, MS, VA, WV
Status: Closed
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2019
Contract End Date: Nov 30, 2017
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $1,353,200.00
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Tyson Rupnow
tyson.rupnow@la.gov
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Vince Mantero
Vince.Mantero@dot.gov
Phone: 202- 366-2997
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Florida Department of Transportation 2012 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Georgia Department of Transportation $0.00
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet $0.00
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2012 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2013 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2014 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2015 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2016 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2017 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2017 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2017 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2017 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2012 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov

Study Description

The Southeastern Transportation Alliance was formed in 1996 for the purpose of undertaking the Latin America Trade and Transportation Study (LATTS). Members of the Alliance included Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. The effort was funded through an FHWA Pooled Fund study using State Planning and Research (SPR) funds.

The premise of the study was the recognition that Latin America is poised for growth and this presents huge trade potential for southeastern states. Therefore, the purpose of LATTS was to estimate trade volumes with Latin America, evaluate infrastructure investments needed to support growth in international trade, and develop strategies to guide infrastructure investments. The overall goal was to help the Southeastern Transportation Alliance states develop their competitive advantages to capture trade opportunities and the associated economic benefits.

Following the completion of LATTS (Phase I) in March 2001, the study was taken to the next level under the name LATTS II. LATTS II was a two-year analysis of the critical infrastructure needs identified in LATTS (Phase I). In addition to the original (Phase I) Alliance members, the States of Missouri and Oklahoma participated in LATTS II. At the conclusion of LATTS II, Missouri and Oklahoma dropped out of the Alliance as did Texas leaving only SASHTO states as members.

To continue the original study initiatives, the remaining Alliance states decided to form an independent entity entitled the Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies (ITTS). With the exception of Puerto Rico which has not participated to date, the Board of Directors for ITTS is the SASHTO Board of Directors. At the 2011 SASHTO conference, the Board resolved that given the importance of freight coordination, a regional freight institute continues to serve a critical need. To facilitate this need, the ITTS Board of Directors called for the following:

1. The Chairman to lead the effort to develop a projected budget and work plan for ITTS and to report those findings back to the ITTS Board of Directors by November 1, 2011 for approval by the Board of Directors;

2. Approval by the Board of Directors to extend ITTS until June 30, 2017, or upon expiration of existing funds or the expiration of any additional funds budgeted and approved by the Board of Directors;

3. SASHTO Board of Directors to continue to serve as the ITTS Board of Directors; and

4. The sunset of ITTS on June 30, 2017 pending passage of a continuing resolution.

Objectives

The purpose of ITTS is to estimate trade volumes with Latin America and other international trade, evaluate infrastructure investments needed to support growth in international trade, and develop strategies to guide infrastructure investments. The overall goal was to help the Southeastern Transportation Alliance states develop their competitive advantages to capture trade opportunities and the associated economic benefits.

Scope of Work

• Update the Latin America Trade and Transportation Study but expand to include all international trade.

• Organize and facilitate workshops attended by ITTS member states to review trade forecasts and freight flows, and to present and compare member state transportation plans to ensure proper coordination.

• Organize and sponsor an annual “Freight in the Southeast” conference to provide a continuing education and peer exchange opportunity for member states.

• Within budgetary allowances, provide support to member states such as speaking at member state conferences, offering expert advice, etc.

Comments

Minimum eight states are required. Project to be funded at $39,800 per state per year.

100% SP&R funding request has been sent to FHWA for approval.

Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
ITTS Final Report FR 607.pdf Final Report Public
Lead State Acceptance Request TPF-5(273) Lead State Acceptance memo.pdf Memorandum Public
Lead State Approval TPF-5(273) ITTS lead state approval Aug 12.pdf Memorandum Public
100% SPR Waiver Approval 100% SPR Waiver Approval.pdf Memorandum Public
TPF-5(273) Closeout Letter TPF-5(273) Closeout Letter - Signed.pdf Memorandum Public
ITTS SASHTO Resoultion 2012 ITTS SASHTO Resolution 2012.bmp Other Public
TPF-5(273) Closeout Funding Spreadsheet TPF-5(273) Closeout Funding Spreadsheet.pdf Other Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -July - Sept 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Dec to Dec 2012 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -December to December 2012.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -January to March 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -April to June 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -October to December 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -January - March 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report April - June 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -july to september 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -October - December 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2015 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -january to march 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2015 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -April - June 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2015 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -July to Sept 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quartlery Report - Oct - Dec 2015 TPF 2(273) Quarter 4 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2016 TPF 2(273) Quarter 1 2016.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2016 TPF 5(273) Quarter 2 2016.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2016 new -QuarterlyReportTemplate -july to september 2016.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2016 TPF 5(273) Quarter 4 2016.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2017 new -QuarterlyReportTemplate -january to march 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2017 new -QuarterlyReportTemplate -april - june 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - July - Sept 2017 TPF 5(273) Quarter 3 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2017 TPF 5(273) Quarter 4 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2018 TPF 5(273) Quarter 1 2018.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public

Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies - ITTS

General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(273)
Lead Organization: Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
Contract Start Date: Dec 01, 2012
Solicitation Number: 1333
Partners: AR, FL, GADOT, KY, LA, MO, MS, VA, WV
Status: Closed
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2019
Contract End Date: Nov 30, 2017
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $1,353,200.00
100% SP&R Approval:
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Tyson Rupnow
tyson.rupnow@la.gov
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Vince Mantero
Vince.Mantero@dot.gov
Phone: 202- 366-2997
Commitments by Organizations
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Arkansas Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Elisha Wright-Kehner Karen McDaniels Karen.McDaniels@arkansashighways.com
Florida Department of Transportation 2012 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Gerard O'Rourke Patti Brannon 850-414-4616 patti.brannon@dot.state.fl.us
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2012 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2013 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2014 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2015 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2016 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2017 $39,800.00 Eric Kalivoda Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Mississippi Department of Transportation 2017 $39,800.00 Trung Trinh Robert Vance RVance@mdot.ms.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2017 $39,800.00 Cheryl Ball Bill Stone 573-526-4328 william.stone@modot.mo.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2017 $39,800.00 Erik Johnson Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2012 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2013 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2014 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2015 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov
West Virginia Department of Transportation 2016 $39,800.00 Donny Williams Donny Williams 304-677-4000 Donald.l.williams@wv.gov

Study Description

Study Description

The Southeastern Transportation Alliance was formed in 1996 for the purpose of undertaking the Latin America Trade and Transportation Study (LATTS). Members of the Alliance included Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. The effort was funded through an FHWA Pooled Fund study using State Planning and Research (SPR) funds.

The premise of the study was the recognition that Latin America is poised for growth and this presents huge trade potential for southeastern states. Therefore, the purpose of LATTS was to estimate trade volumes with Latin America, evaluate infrastructure investments needed to support growth in international trade, and develop strategies to guide infrastructure investments. The overall goal was to help the Southeastern Transportation Alliance states develop their competitive advantages to capture trade opportunities and the associated economic benefits.

Following the completion of LATTS (Phase I) in March 2001, the study was taken to the next level under the name LATTS II. LATTS II was a two-year analysis of the critical infrastructure needs identified in LATTS (Phase I). In addition to the original (Phase I) Alliance members, the States of Missouri and Oklahoma participated in LATTS II. At the conclusion of LATTS II, Missouri and Oklahoma dropped out of the Alliance as did Texas leaving only SASHTO states as members.

To continue the original study initiatives, the remaining Alliance states decided to form an independent entity entitled the Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies (ITTS). With the exception of Puerto Rico which has not participated to date, the Board of Directors for ITTS is the SASHTO Board of Directors. At the 2011 SASHTO conference, the Board resolved that given the importance of freight coordination, a regional freight institute continues to serve a critical need. To facilitate this need, the ITTS Board of Directors called for the following:

1. The Chairman to lead the effort to develop a projected budget and work plan for ITTS and to report those findings back to the ITTS Board of Directors by November 1, 2011 for approval by the Board of Directors;

2. Approval by the Board of Directors to extend ITTS until June 30, 2017, or upon expiration of existing funds or the expiration of any additional funds budgeted and approved by the Board of Directors;

3. SASHTO Board of Directors to continue to serve as the ITTS Board of Directors; and

4. The sunset of ITTS on June 30, 2017 pending passage of a continuing resolution.

Objectives

The purpose of ITTS is to estimate trade volumes with Latin America and other international trade, evaluate infrastructure investments needed to support growth in international trade, and develop strategies to guide infrastructure investments. The overall goal was to help the Southeastern Transportation Alliance states develop their competitive advantages to capture trade opportunities and the associated economic benefits.

Scope of Work

• Update the Latin America Trade and Transportation Study but expand to include all international trade.

• Organize and facilitate workshops attended by ITTS member states to review trade forecasts and freight flows, and to present and compare member state transportation plans to ensure proper coordination.

• Organize and sponsor an annual “Freight in the Southeast” conference to provide a continuing education and peer exchange opportunity for member states.

• Within budgetary allowances, provide support to member states such as speaking at member state conferences, offering expert advice, etc.

Comments

Minimum eight states are required. Project to be funded at $39,800 per state per year.

100% SP&R funding request has been sent to FHWA for approval.

Title File/Link Type Private
ITTS Final Report FR 607.pdf Final Report Public
Lead State Acceptance Request TPF-5(273) Lead State Acceptance memo.pdf Memorandum Public
Lead State Approval TPF-5(273) ITTS lead state approval Aug 12.pdf Memorandum Public
100% SPR Waiver Approval 100% SPR Waiver Approval.pdf Memorandum Public
TPF-5(273) Closeout Letter TPF-5(273) Closeout Letter - Signed.pdf Memorandum Public
ITTS SASHTO Resoultion 2012 ITTS SASHTO Resolution 2012.bmp Other Public
TPF-5(273) Closeout Funding Spreadsheet TPF-5(273) Closeout Funding Spreadsheet.pdf Other Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -July - Sept 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Dec to Dec 2012 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -December to December 2012.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -January to March 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -April to June 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2013 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -October to December 2013.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -January - March 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report April - June 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report Form -july to september 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2014 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -October - December 2014.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2015 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -january to march 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2015 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -April - June 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2015 TPF-5(273) Quarterly Report -July to Sept 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quartlery Report - Oct - Dec 2015 TPF 2(273) Quarter 4 2015.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2016 TPF 2(273) Quarter 1 2016.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2016 TPF 5(273) Quarter 2 2016.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jul - Sep 2016 new -QuarterlyReportTemplate -july to september 2016.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2016 TPF 5(273) Quarter 4 2016.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2017 new -QuarterlyReportTemplate -january to march 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Apr - Jun 2017 new -QuarterlyReportTemplate -april - june 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - July - Sept 2017 TPF 5(273) Quarter 3 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Oct - Dec 2017 TPF 5(273) Quarter 4 2017.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report - Jan - Mar 2018 TPF 5(273) Quarter 1 2018.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public

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