Bureau of Transportation Statistics: Performance Report: 2001-2005
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Bureau of Transportation Statistics: Performance Report: 2001-2005

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    The Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), a statistical agency within the Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA), U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), compiles, analyzes, and publishes data and information needed for transportation decision-making, and generally coordinates DOT statistical programs. BTS also manages the National Transportation Library and the Office of Airline Information, and leads the federal effort in developing transportation geo-data to fulfill the vision of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). BTS has a broad responsibility derived from legislation (see BTS Strategic Plan 2003-2008, Appendix A), through which Congress created the agency and established the scope of what we do. BTS supports the highest priorities of the Department of Transportation – to enhance safety, mobility, global connectivity, environmental stewardship, and security (the five strategic goals of the Department of Transportation). BTS measures its success in terms of outcomes in six key areas that frame the strategic goals. These six dimensions and focus areas were developed by the statistical agencies and statistical units represented on the Interagency Council on Statistical Policy (ICSP): Relevance— the degree to which products and services are useful and responsive to the needs of our customers and stakeholders; Accuracy—the correctness, validity, and reliability of data and information products; Timeliness—the timing of information releases; Cost—the dollar amount used to produce data products and services; Dissemination—the availability, accessibility, and distribution of products and services; Mission Achievement— the effectiveness of RITA/BTS information programs in satisfying our customers and stakeholders.
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