U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology
Coordinating, Developing, and Delivering Highway Transportation Innovations
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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-06-037
Date: April 2006
Performance Plan Fiscal Year (FY) 2006-2007
RD&T Organizational Chart
This organizational chart depicts the Office of Research, Development, and Technology‘s structure and organizational components.
The top box in the chart reflects that Dennis Judycki is the Associate Administrator of the Office of Research, Development, and Technology. The Associate Administrator for Research, Development, and Technology also directs the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center.
At the same level as the Associate Administrator is Debra Elston, Director of the Office of Corporate Research and Technology.
Under the Associate Administrator’s box on the chart is the Leadership Council, and below that is the Office of Resource Management. Doreen McCarthy is the director of that office.
The offices within the Office of Research, Development and Technology and the staff within those offices are as follows.
Office of Infrastructure Research and Development.
Office of Safety Research and Development
Office of Operations Research and Development
Office of Program Development and Evaluation
Office of Research and Technology Services
FY 2006/2007 Project Distribution Pie Chart
This pie chart shows the distribution of projects scheduled to be completed over the next several years. According to the chart, 35 percent of projects are scheduled for completion by fiscal year 2006; 40 percent of projects are scheduled for completion by fiscal year 2007; and 25 percent of projects are scheduled for completion by fiscal year 2008.
Projects by Goal Bar Chart
This bar chart shows the number of projects that fall three goal categories. The categories are Safety, Mobility and Productivity, and Other. According to the chart, in fiscal year 2006, zero projects fell into the Other category, 20 projects fell into the Mobility and Productivity Category, and 20 projects fell into the Safety category. For fiscal year 2007, 1 project falls into the Other category, 26 projects fall into the Mobility and Productivity category, and 14 projects fall into the Safety category.