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Automation of the Monitoring of High-Risk Carriers and Carriers Operating Under Consent Decrees

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The Explanatory Statement accompanying “The Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015” (P.L. 113-235) and Senate Report 113-182 accompanying Senate Bill 2438 requires the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to provide a plan on the Information Technology (IT) investments required for automation of the investigation and compliance process of mandatory carriers.  The IT plan defines the total lifecycle and operating costs, identifies a timeline for deployment, including relevant benchmarks to determine progress, and defines performance metrics the Agency will use to determine the time and resource savings resulting from automation.

Last updated: Thursday, September 17, 2015