The Standing Committee on Performance Management is dedicated to provide State DOTs the expertise and resources to support performance based management and to create a results-driven environment to maximize the performance of both transportation systems and organizations.
The committee shall focus on:
Organizational Management: As defined in the Charge Statement of the Subcommittee On Organizational Management
Systems Performance: The Committee will examine how organizations focus on strategic directions to deliver the transportation program to the public. The Committee will examine how transportation organizations link these strategies with work systems and key processes and align resources to improve project delivery, performance in safety/congestion/freight movement/assets and other areas; and accountability and results. The Committee will assess the use of measurement and assessment to facilitate communication, and aid in the development of comparative information about organizational and systems performance in established and emerging areas;
Federal Policy, Regulations and Programs: The Committee will explore national and international trends, successful practices, and research in organizational and system performance management. The Committee will support the Board of Directors in influencing the development of federal policy, programs, regulations, and guidance. The Committee will support both the States and the Federal government in decision support and prioritization.
Membership on this Committee shall consist of the Chief Executive Officer of each Member Department, or his or her designee. Each Member Department shall be entitled to one voting member, but Member Departments may have two additional non-voting members. The President shall appoint a Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary.
The Committee shall work cooperatively with the other standing committees of the Association. To facilitate this cooperation, the Chair of each of the other standing committees shall designate a person to serve on the Standing Committee on Performance Management in a liaison capacity.