The National Model for the Statewide Application of Data Collection and Management Technology to Improve Highway Safety is a program for sharing information, resources, and technologies to improve highway safety.
The National Model is a consortium effort.
Performance measurement is the use of statistical evidence to determine progress toward specific defined organizational objectives. This includes both evidence of actual fact, such as measurement of pavement surface smoothness, and measurement of customer perception such as would be accomplished through a customer satisfaction survey.
For more information about Operations Performance Measurement, please contact the following:
FHWA Office of Transportation Management
FHWA Office of Operations Research and Development
In 2003, FHWA leadership accepted the challenge to "raise the bar" on R&T and adopted a strategic management framework developed with input from stakeholders. See Corporate Master Plan (CMP) for Research and Deployment of Technology & Innovation (FHWA-RD-03-077)
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