Ohio Department of Transportation : research management peer exchange report, October 3-6, 2006.
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Ohio Department of Transportation : research management peer exchange report, October 3-6, 2006.

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      Under 23 Code of Federal Regulations 420.209 (a)(7), as a condition for approval of FHWA planning and

      research funds for research activities, a State is required to conduct peer exchanges on a periodic basis.

      FHWA's Office of RD&T has administratively determined this to be every 3 years.

      The objective of the peer exchange program is to give State transportation agencies a means to improve

      the quality and effectiveness of their research management processes. A peer exchange is a practical and

      effective tool to foster excellence in research, development, and technology (RD&T) program

      management that provides an opportunity for panelists to share best practices and management

      innovations with each other.

      The basic approach is to invite an outside panel of managers to meet with the host agency to discuss and

      review its RD&T management process or a specific focus area. Information on the host agency’s policies

      and procedures is shared with panel members in advance of the meeting. During the peer exchange, panel

      members may meet with managers, staff, stakeholders, and customers to gain further insight into the host

      agency's program. The information gathered from the exchange is documented in a written report and

      presented to agency management.

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