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FHWA Order M 1100.1.A
This order was cancelled and superseded on December 13, 2016
|FHWA Delegations and Organization Manual|
|Classification Code||Date:||Office of Primary Interest|
|M 1100.1A, Chg 56||May 14, 2009||HAIM-10|
What is the purpose of this change? This change adds additional positions to the order of succession to the functions and duties of the Federal Highway Administrator.
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).
What changes are included in this Order?
Paragraph 2b establishes a new order of succession in the event of the absence or disability of both the Administrator and the Deputy Administrator, or when vacancies may occur in both positions by adding the Chief Financial Officer, the Associate Administrator for Civil Rights, and the Director of Technical Services.
The revised order of succession is as follows: (1) Executive Director; (2) Chief Counsel; (3) Associate Administrator for Policy and Governmental Affairs; (4) Associate Administrator for Operations; (5) Associate Administrator for Infrastructure; (6) Associate Administrator for Planning, Environment, and Realty; (7) Associate Administrator for Federal Lands Highway; (8) Associate Administrator for Safety; (9) Chief Financial Officer; (10) Associate Administrator for Administration; (11) Associate Administrator for Public Affairs; (12) Associate Administrator for Research, Development, and Technology; (13) Associate Administrator for Civil Rights; (14) Director of Field Services - West; (15) Director of Field Services - South; (16) Director of Field Services – North; (17) Director of Technical Services.
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.
Jeffrey F. Paniati