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  Example: MDOT 001 is a policy.
 
  Example: MDOT 001 is a policy.
  
Supporting documents follow a policy and are notated with decimal point.
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Supporting documents further elaborate the directives of a policy and are notated with decimal point.
  Example: MDOT 001.1 is a supporting document.
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  Example: MDOT 001.01 is a supporting document.
  
 
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To print a policy, mouse over to the 'Tools' header on the navigation sidebar and click 'Printer Friendly'
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To print a policy, mouse over to the '''Tools''' header on the navigation sidebar and click '''Printable Version'''. Please note that printed policies are only valid only for the day that they are printed.

Latest revision as of 17:41, 14 December 2016

Policy Organization

Policies are organized into numerical categories.

Example: MDOTMaryland Department of Transportation 001 is a policy.

Supporting documents further elaborate the directives of a policy and are notated with decimal point.

Example: MDOTMaryland Department of Transportation 001.01 is a supporting document.

Acronyms

One of the features built into this Wiki is the ability to easily access the definition of an acronym. To see the definition, simply mouse over the acronym and the definition will appear. For a list of acronyms please visit the page Terminology

Policy Feedback

For feedback of questions on the Wiki, a certain policy, or any other issue, please contact the Policy project Team at MDOTPolicyProject@mdot.state.md.us

Printing

To print a policy, mouse over to the Tools header on the navigation sidebar and click Printable Version. Please note that printed policies are only valid only for the day that they are printed.