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Materials Acceptance and Certification Development

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About the MAC Development Project - The Laboratory Information Management (LIMS) is the current business application that supports the quality of materials and workmanship for all construction projects through materials sampling, testing, and acceptance. While LIMS has been mission critical to the Department for over a decade, it is no longer viable from a technology perspective and will have no vendor support after 2015. The Materials Acceptance and Certification (MAC) system will be an enterprise application that will replace the current LIMS application.  Questions? E-Mail the MAC Team


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MAC Update

Posted January 22, 2016
- The implementation schedule has been revised to reflect a tentative full implementation for MAC beginning in May 2016. This site will be updated with the final date when it is determined. The MAC team is completing the tasks to ensure that the production environment is ready for sample life cycle. As modules are completed and promoted to the MAC production environment, the MAC home page will be updated to denote the new programming. Additional information for training will be provided on this site in the near future. For additional information on MAC, please attend the MAC session at the Construction Conference on February 10, 2016 from 10:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m..

MAC Update

Posted April 1, 2015
- At this time we can provide the following information related to the MAC implementation schedule. The project team took a step back and evaluated the needs of the project.  We determined a multi-implementation approach would better to safeguard the success of project.