8/23/2019

Employees
DMV's Scurry takes reins as new Executive Management Assistant Aug. 26
Niki Scurry, a DMV employee working in Dealer Operations for the past two years, takes the reins as a Management Assistant in Executive Management August 26. Scurry was a licensing agent in DMV, and was a part of teams that carried out and implemented improvements to the renew-by-mail, GEM and Modernization efforts over the last few years.

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District 3
JBand Comes to Idaho!
No, not like Pearl Jam or Stone Temple Pilots - but almost as exciting! Ideally, asphalt is laid down in one continuous placement. Joints occur when asphalt is allowed to cool before placing additional asphalt. Every joint becomes a spot where both water and air can infiltrate the asphalt, causing premature failure. That's where JBand comes in.

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District 1
Clark Fork volunteers give new look to outdated ITD building
Idaho Highway 200 through the city of Clark Fork and along the banks of the Clark Fork River is quite scenic, but one outdated ITD building definitely wasn’t adding to the visual appeal. Leased to Bonner County Search and Rescue, ITD hasn’t had much use for it for some time and thus had not invested resources to touch up the paint.

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Career Development
ITD Job Openings
The current list of job openings may help inform employees of the career choices available to them that make ITD a great place to work. It also may assist in external recruitment when looking for the best candidates.

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Employees
Switchbacks
The shortest route between Point A and Point B is a straight line – we all learned that in math class. But what happens when a straight line is not advisable, or even possible? We create switchbacks. The switchback may not be the quickest or shortest route, but it is usually the best one.  

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Employees
ITD's MVPs
ITD employees have an avenue to share their appreciation for the assistance and guidance of colleagues. Recognition and acknowledgement is an essential component of job satisfaction. These are the MVP cards submitted by employees in the past week:

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District 1
Bourbon maximizes Excel to save time, ensure accuracy during project development
A bit of an Excel wizard, Tony Bourbon in District 1 has started sharing a tool he developed to expedite the creation of roadway summary sheets — as part of design plan set, a project needs them to break down the pay items, units, and quantities used on each individual plan sheet.

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