Record Series Abstract
Records include but not limited to, Record of Overdimensional & Overweight permits issued to trucking companies transporting cargo through Tennessee in accordance with TCA Codes 55-4 403, 55-7 201, 202, 203, 205, 209 and Rules and Regulations 1680-07-01. Records include but are not limited to Route Surveys and associated Correspondence.
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Cut Off at End of
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Retention End Action
Information in data files are to be cut off at the end of each calendar year then maintain in agency five (5) years. Records will be destroyed by state approved methods.
James K. Polk Building, Suite 800 505 Deaderick Street Nashville, TN 37243 and Strategic Technology Solutions (STS) North and South Data Centers.
Media Format Generated Summary
Media Format Stored Summary
2008 to Current
Information Shared Outside the State
US Department of Transportation
Yes - Original
Essential Record Stored
Both North and South Data Centers.
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Records Center Retention Period
Tennessee Transport Route Integrated Permitting System (TNTRIPS)
The data for TNTRIPS is stored in TDOT’s Oracle Enterprise Database running on physical servers and on the STS managed Enterprise NAS solution.
These servers run Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.8 or later. The servers run the current version of Sophos for virus protection. Avamar is the Enterprise backup solution.
Strategic Technology Solutions (STS) South Data Center (92 Weakley Lane, Smyrna, TN 37167) hosts the servers that are utilized for the storage of the TDOT data managed by STS.
Strategic Technology Solutions (STS) will conduct backup procedures. These procedures consist of daily backups that are kept on the Data Domain for 31 days. These are then moved off to ECS and maintained as long term storage.
Strategic Technology Solutions (STS) conducts disaster recovery. This procedure is a prioritized process of enabling critical and essential applications first and then continuing through the priority list to less significant applications. Disaster Recovery begins with the utilization of the STS’s North Data Center for both operations and data. If both STS’s South Data Center and STS’s North Data Center are out of operation, new operations will begin by acquiring appropriate hardware and software from a third party supplier and restoring data from backups.
Data Migration Description
TDOT managed data
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