The Department of Interior’s (DOI’s) US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and National Park Service (NPS) teamed with the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University (WTI) to develop an animal-vehicle collision (AVC) data collection system that can be used by DOI bureaus and agencies and easily shared with other partners and organizations. The first three phases of the Roadkill Observation and Data System (ROaDS) project created a form for use on mobile devices to collect the data and developed post-collection data processing connected to a commercial data storage, retrieval and analysis system. ROaDS is designed to safely, efficiently, and effectively collect spatially-accurate carcass information for small-, medium-, and large-sized fauna relevant to the DOI bureau and agency conservation missions. It also allows observers to document where animals are seen alive next to the road or successfully crossing highways. Lastly, ROaDS will allow the 1200+ management units of the FWS and NPS to collect transportation safety and conservation data in a consistent manner that can be shared online with others in the agencies. The authors will report on the final phase of this project aimed at moving the system developed on WTI servers to the DOI’s GeoPlatform for use by its bureaus and agencies. After ROaDS is relocated, the WTI team will work with FWS and NPS staff to conduct workshops, webinars and provide other training opportunities, develop educational materials, and support the early adoption by employees of FWS, NPS and their DOI partners. The ICOET presentation will cover the challenges and successes of developing ROaDS and provide examples of some early use of the system as it was being deployed.