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FHWA Order M 1100.1.A

Order
Subject
FHWA Delegations and Organization Manual
Classification Code Date: Office of Primary Interest
M 1100.1A, Chg 30 September 10, 2002 HAIM-10

Par.
  1. What is the purpose of this change?
  2. Which part of FHWA Order M 1100.1A is being updated?
  3. What changes are included in this Order?
  4. Where can I get additional information concerning these changes?
  1. What is the purpose of this change? This change documents the current order of succession to the position of Federal Highway Administrator.

  2. Which part of FHWA Order M 1100.1A is being updated? This Order makes changes to Part I (Delegations of Authority), Chapter 2 (Order of Succession).

  3. What changes are included in this Order? Paragraphs 2a, 4a, and 5a of Chapter 2 are revised to add the new position title of Associate Administrator (formerly Program Manager and Director) for a number of FHWA officials designated to succeed to the position of Federal Highway Administrator. The order of succession is also updated to delete the discontinued position of Director of Field Services-Midwest, consistent with the recent realignment of responsibilities among Directors of Field Services. In addition, reference to the Operations CBU in paragraph 5a is changed to read Office of Operations.

  4. Where can I get additional information concerning these changes? If you have questions about these changes, you may contact the Office of Information and Management Services, Management Programs and Analysis Division.

Signature: Mary E. Peters
Mary E. Peters
Administrator
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