Project Management Office
Texas A&M University


PowerSteering is a web-based project portfolio management tool available to Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M University System. Project sponsors can clearly see the status of all projects in their purview. Project managers and their teams can easily update tasks and mark them complete. Teams can leverage collaboration tools to work efficiently together and catch any problems early. Departments can use PowerSteering to comply with requirements for reporting and monitoring of major projects.

Key Features

PowerSteering Quick Tour

  • Project tracking with status, percent complete and optional status reports.
  • Reporting tools including graphical dashboards, PDF reports and simple Red/Yellow/Green displays. 
  • Collaboration tools (discussions, issues, action items, and risks).
  • Adaptable system that can support thousands of project across the A&M System and accommodate customized group security for joint ventures.
  • Projects can be linked with the subproject and related project features. 
  • Flexible system supports projects of all sizes and offers import/export to MS Office or MS Project and optional scheduling, resource management and performance metrics functions. 

Take a Test Drive

To request a demonstration and see how PowerSteering can work for you, email

Get Started with PowerSteering

If your department would like to implement PowerSteering, email The PMO will send you a provisioning document to review, and set up a Needs Assessment Meeting. To ensure successful implementation, the PMO provides training, consulting and customization during the 90 day implementation period.


Customer Review: Prior to using PowerSteering, I haven’t seen a project management system that was appropriate for tracking small projects.  They all took too much effort and didn’t scale down to small projects.   Powersteering provides both a project portfolio tracking functionality and a project management functionality that scales from small to large projects.   This combination provides a system appropriate for tracking small projects.

Steve Conway Director of Information Systems TAMU Galveston