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Performance Information Systems Management Grant FY 2013 Awards

Purpose

To link State systems to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier or registrant when licensing or registering the registrant or motor carrier or while the license or registration is in effect; and deny, suspend, or revoke the commercial motor vehicle registrations of a motor carrier or registrant that has been issued an operations out-of-service order by the Secretary.

Authorization

Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users, Pub. L. No.109–59, §§ 4101(c)(3), 4109, 119 Stat. 1144, 1715, 1720–21 (2005), as amended by Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act, Pub. L. No.112–141, §§ 32602, 32603(c), 126 Stat. 405, 807 (2012).

Statue 

49 U.S.C. §§ 31104(i), 31106(b), 31109 (2006), as amended.

Grantees

States, US Territories and Commonwealths, and the District of Columbia.

Type of Grant

Discretionary

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number: 

20.231

Match

None

Grantee

Amount

Descriptions

Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilitiess

$188,990

Make PRISM-related registration system modifications to validate vehicle registration.

Executive Office of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

$978,315

Install law enforcement technology to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier while the license or registration is in effect.

Indiana Department of Revenue

$278,202

Install law enforcement technology to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier while the license or registration is in effect.

Iowa Department of Transportation

$1,085,059

Install law enforcement technology to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier while the license or registration is in effect.

North Carolina State Highway Patrol

$90,000

Install law enforcement technology to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier while the license or registration is in effect.

Pennsylvania State Police

$94,773

Install mobile law enforcement technology to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier while the license or registration is in effect.

Texas Department of Motor Vehicles

$400,000

Make PRISM-related registration system modifications to validate vehicle registration.

Texas Department of Public Safety

$700,000

Install law enforcement technology to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier while the license or registration is in effect.

Utah Department of Transportation

$400,000

Update Statewide PRISM implementation to document PRISM processes and procedures.

Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles

$632,900

Install law enforcement technology to determine the safety fitness of a motor carrier while the license or registration is in effect.

TOTAL
$4,848,239
 
Updated: Friday, February 14, 2014