Documenting Peer Exchange Administrative Experiences
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Documenting Peer Exchange Administrative Experiences

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      Peer Exchanges for state departments of transportation research, development, and technology (RD&T) activities originated with the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991. Through the process of implementing the regulation, state research managers, with guidance from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), developed a practical and effective tool to foster excellence in RD&T program management. In particular, this process encourages the states to apply successful program management strategies among the participating research manager peers. This report documents the administrative experiences of the host states and the peer exchange teams for those exchanges having been conducted through December, 1997. The information in the report was received through interviewing the host state research directors and the peer exchange team leaders. The report is organized in a chronological manner following the general timeline of a peer exchange process. The report begins discussing the host state planning and preparation activities, continues with team leader and team member selection and continues through various aspects of an exchange and concludes with discussion of the administrative benefits and winner strategies as well as an overall assessment of the process.
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