RIP

Resilience Improvement Plan (RIP) Community Page


The RIP Resources Community Page is a place where state DOTs can upload and access documents related to the development of their RIPs and find out information about what AASHTO is doing to support RIP efforts. Check out the community tabs for more information.


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AASHTO
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Zelinski
AASHTO
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Keller
Elkins
Green
NJ DOT
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Fulton
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Milton
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Himmel
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Wright
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Zoe
Neaderland
VT DOT
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Mutuc
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Berg
VA DOT
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Lee
UT DOT
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Cowley
UT DOT
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Creuzbaur
TX DOT
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Calle
TX DOT
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Aleman-Smoot
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Stevenson
TX DOT
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Harris
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White
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Cotter
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Wilcox
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Doran
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Rossi
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Lauffer
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Shekleton
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MN DOT
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Annelin
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Brunner
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Hertz
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A Nowaczyk
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Herrick
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Schmidt
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Sturtz
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Haubrich
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McLain
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Sullivan
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Sniffen
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Abcede
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Shishido
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Fish
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Hayden
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Colson
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Carver
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Jones Best
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Shea
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McDonnell
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Kemp
CO DOT
Leah
Fisher
CA DOT
Nathanial
Lyday
CA DOT
Nicole
Longoria
CA DOT
Giles
Giovinazzi
CA DOT
Prakash
Sah
CA DOT
Carolyn
Morehouse
AK DOT

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Subcommittee on Risk Management

Subcommittee on Risk Management


Risk is the positive or negative effects of uncertainty or variability on agency objectives. Risk management is the cultures, processes, and structures that are directed toward the effective management of potential risks. The focus of the Subcommittee on Risk Management is on the development, implementation, and use of tools, methods, and strategies by a state transportation agency in order to take advantage of opportunities and mitigate potential threats. Risk and Risk Management are specifically identified in federal requirements and best practices. The management of risks is applicable to performance metrics through the identification of threats and opportunities that will hinder or enhance the ability to meet established performance measures. Risk-based asset management plans are also a requirement for State DOT Transportation Asset Management Plans. Both the Committees on Performance-Based Management and Transportation System Security and Resilience address the topic of transportation resilience through a better understanding of how risk management techniques can be used to better support a resilience approach to managing the transportation system.


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Leadership

Chair: Nathan Lee, Utah DOT
Vice-Chair: Vacant
Secretary: Vacant
AASHTO Liaison: Vacant
FHWA Liaison: Daniel Fodera, FHWA

Purpose

Transportation resilience is the ability of a state transportation agency to plan, prepare, react, recover, and adapt to adverse events. Both the Committees on Performance-Based Management and Transportation System Security and Resilience address the topic of transportation resilience through a better understanding of how risk management techniques can be used to better support a resilience approach to managing the transportation system. Risk management is defined as the evaluation of the probability of positive or negative effects of uncertainty or variability on agency objectives and the ability of the agency to be more resilient. Risk management includes the cultures, processes, and structures that are directed toward the effective management of potential risks. The focus of this subcommittee is on the development, implementation, and use of tools, methods, and strategies by a state transportation agency in order to take advantage of opportunities and mitigate potential threats.


Goals

  1. Serve as the forum to engage subcommittee members on the sharing of ideas and examples of how state transportation agencies are implementing risk management within their organizations.
  2. Develop needed guidelines, guidance, training, and educational resources to facilitate the implementation of risk management approaches within a state transportation agency.
  3. Research, develop, and disseminate tools and techniques associated with risk management such as risk analysis, vulnerability assessments, etc.

The Subcommittee on Risk Management meets on the second Monday of even-numbered months from 1:00 to 2:00 pm EASTERN time. Membership Guidelines

  • State DOTs—Members of the subcommittee can include a member from each state representing each parent committee or their designee.
  • Federal Agencies—FHWA, FTA, etc. Serve as a liaison for that agency and approved by the subcommittee co-chairs.
  • Association—Members from relevant sister organizations to AASHTO to serve as a liaison that are approved by the subcommittee chair and vice-chair.
  • Research and Academic—A person(s) from an academic institution or private company that will serve as a knowledge resource given the work of the subcommittee as deemed appropriate by the subcommittee co-chairs.
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FHWA TAM ETG

FHWA TAM Expert Task Group


The FHWA Office of Asset Management has formed the Transportation Asset Management Expert Task Group (TAM ETG) as a forum to discuss changes in the way highway agencies are managing assets. The structure and membership of the TAM ETG were intentionally designed to ensure interaction with key AASHTO and Transportation Research Board committees.

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About the TAM ETG

The Transportation Asset Management Expert Task Group was formed in order to:
  • Outline a framework for financially sustainable infrastructure and service delivery that clarifies connections between asset management, stewardship, risk management, performance management, and long-term financial planning;
  • Identify strategies for advancing asset management practice and influencing change within state DOTs and partnering with transportation agencies by addressing gaps in the framework, roles and responsibilities, drivers, tools, and/or workforce skills;
  • Provide input to FHWA, AASHTO, and TRB regarding direction, definitions, processes, tools, and templates associated with implementation of state and local transportation asset management plans;
  • Develop and implement a plan for communicating the work of the TAM ETG to the transportation community.
The best way to get involved with TAM ETG is through the TAM ETG webinar series. This series for transportation practitioners is designed to provide a practical introduction to topics in asset management. These include: target setting in asset management plans, optimization and cross-asset allocation, network lifecycle analysis, and more.

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Last Name
Email
Agency
Designation
Tom
Palmerlee
Transportation Research Board
Member
Laura
Mester
Michigan Department of Transportation
Member
Omar
Smadi
Iowa State University
Member
Moh
Lali
Alberta Transportation
Member
Tim
Henkel
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Member
DeLania
Hardy
AAMPO
Member
Matt
Hardy
AASHTO
Member
Steve
Gaj
Federal Highway Administration
Member
Chris
Evilia
Waco Metropolitian Planning Organization
Member
Brad
Allen
New York State Department of Transportation
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CPBM AM

AASHTO Subcommittee on Asset Management


Transportation Asset Management is a strategic and systematic process of operating, maintaining, upgrading, and expanding physical assets effectively throughout their lifecycle. It focuses on business and engineering practices for resource allocation and utilization, with the objective of better decision making based upon quality information and well-defined objectives.

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Mission

Advance the State-of-the-Practice of Transportation Asset Management.

Vision

Transportation Asset Management is the standard of practice for state DOTs and others to manage the nation’s physical transportation assets to optimize investment decisions.

The mission of the CPBM Subcommittee on Asset Management is to help improve the state-of-the-practice of asset management in State transportation departments. The Subcommittee works to help states optimize resources by utilizing performance-based goals and measures for operation, preservation, and improvement of their transportation systems.

The subcommittee provides information about the development of asset management tools, analysis methods, and research; communicates with AASHTO member States on how to utilize asset management; assists member states in implementing asset management principles; documents how asset management is being used and can be used in the future; and develops partnerships with public and private entities having an interest in and commitment to asset management.

The Subcommittee on Asset Management leadership includes a chair from the Standing Committee on Planning, a vice chair from the Standing Committee on Highways, and a secretary from the Federal Highway Administration. Subcommittee on Asset Management membership includes eight representatives from the Standing Committee on Planning (two per AASHTO region), and eight representatives from the Standing Committee on Highways (two per AASHTO region). In addition, membership includes one member each from the Administrative Subcommittee on Transportation Finance, the Standing Committee on Public Transportation, and the Standing Committee on Rail Transportation.

Click here to see a calendar that includes listings for meetings, webinars, and peer exchanges pertaining to the Subcommittee on Asset Management.

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Chair: Matt Haubrich, Iowa DOT
Secretary: Stephen Gaj, FHWA
Liaison: Matthew Hardy, AASHTO

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CPBM OM

CPBM Organizational Management Subcommittee


The Organizational Management Subcommittee resides under and is governed by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Committee on Performance-Based Management (CPBM). The focus of this subcommittee is on the development and implementation of organizational performance management processes, measures, improvement frameworks and strategies, in order to optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of an agency.

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Understanding Organizational Management

Organizational management is the process of organizing, planning, leading and optimizing resources within an agency with the overall aim of achieving its goals and objectives. The concept of organizational management is based on the idea that there is a correlation between an agency’s capabilities in people, operations and agency strategies to successfully implement their goals and objectives.

Leadership

Co-Chair
Deanna Belden Director of Performance, Risk & Investment Analysis, Office of Transportation System Management, MnDOT Email: [email protected]
Co-Chair
Charlie Purcell Project Delivery Division Director, Iowa DOT Email: [email protected]
Secretary
Stacey Hutson Secretary 2, Iowa DOT Email: [email protected]
AASHTO Liaison
Matt Hardy Program Director for Planning and Performance Management Email: [email protected]
FHWA Liaison
Nelson Hoffman Transportation Performance Management Program Manager Email: [email protected]

Mission

Help agencies achieve organizational excellence and advance the practice of performance excellence by identifying, analyzing and sharing information to improve organizational performance at the strategic, tactical and operational levels of the organization.

Goals

  • Assist agencies to achieve strategic goals and improve performance in the most effective and efficient way.
  • Examine and share effective organizational models, leadership structures and competencies used to monitor, respond to and implement organizational improvement.
  • Provide agencies with best practices in the application of process/quality improvement tools and methodologies.

Leadership and Membership

  • The subcommittee will be lead by a chair or co-chairs, as selected by CPBM committee chair.
  • Membership of the subcommittee shall be governed by the CPBM charter.

Active participation is critical for our subcommittee to be successful in its mission, and that means we need you to be involved!  There are many different ways you can be involved, including:

  • Participate in our monthly subcommittee web conferences. Join in the conversation.  Offer your insight and perspectives.  Learn from others.
  • Attend our annual or mid-year subcommittee meetings, usually held in conjunction with an AAHSTO or TRB conference.
  • Assist with or lead one of the subcommittee activities, as outlined in our Work Plan.

To get involved, please contact either of the subcommittee co-chairs at the e-mail or phone number shown below:

Deanna Belden – [email protected], 651-366-3734

Charlie Purcell – [email protected], 515-239-1128

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The Big Agency
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