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  • 1. Post It! Send us your stories, ideas, and photos Weather Report Weather Right Now 52°F, Humidity: 45%, Wind: S at 9 mph Today Chance of Showers Low:48°F, High:63°F Tomorrow Sunny, Low:36°F, High:66°F Detailed Weather  United States Department of Transportation Library Communities Help & Support DOT.gov On This Day In Transportation History Youth Mentoring Opportunities Report Suspicious Activity Tip of the Day How to Use the Food Pyramid  Thank you for being a math tutor and mentor to inner-city students on your Regular Day Off. ››› James E. Thomas, FMCSA, Atlanta, Ga. [Recognize a peer] [archive] Peer-to-Peer Recognition More Maritime Administration celebrates Black History Month with ship tour and important message for students. For students thinking about possible careers, transportation offers a wide range of opportunities. We’ve got roads, rails, and runways to build; safe and sustainable technologies to develop; and trains, buses, and trucks to drive. But to seize those opportunities, tomorrow’s... The Official Blog of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation Transportation News LaHood Supports High-Speed Rail in Cali- fornia. PBS NewsHour: “We are 1000 percent committed to high-speed rail in America,” said Secretary LaHood. “This is the president’s vision of the next generation of transportation, which is high-speed inner-city rail.” FAA OKs Combined Southwest, AirTran Operations. Wall Street Journal: Southwest Airlines and AirTran will operate under one single operating certificate, another step in Southwest’s acquisition of AirTran. Drivers Buying Small Cars. AP: Rising gas prices are causing buyers to shift to small cars again, according to Edmunds.com, an auto information site. The Los Angeles Times says “Americans are buying cars at a faster rate than they have in four years as rising gas prices and easier-to-get financing are driving more buyers to dealership showrooms.” Messages from the Secretary ››› Telework Exercise for DOT Employees and Contractors DOT Innovation Council Welcomes New Members [Read Our Blog] 4,580 Ideas 60,065 Ratings 14,010 Comments Join the Conversation DOT • Jobs & Details • Timekeeping (CASTLE) • Phone Directories • Pay (Employee Express) • Payroll / Holidays • SharePoint (oneDOT) • Online Training (TMS) • Transportation Federal Credit Union • Personnel File (eOPF) • IT Services/5-HELP • GovTrip • Facilities HQ • Cafeteria • Facilities • Parking / Transit • Employee Services(M) • Metro Status • In The Neighborhood MIRAD • Jobs & Details • Timekeeping (CASTLE) • Phone Directories • Pay (Employee Express) • Payroll / Holidays • SharePoint (oneDOT) • Online Training (TMS) • Transportation Federal Credit Union (TFCU) • Personnel File (eOPF) • IT Services/5-HELP • GovTrip • Facilities Announcements • Secretary’s 45th Annual Awards Logo Contest Entries Due May 1 • Dispose of your unwanted prescription drugs at DOT HQ • DOT HQ Earth Day Volunteers Needed 7 [submit an announcement][[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[ssusubmitsubmitsuubmitsubmitsubmitssssusubmitsusubmitsubmitsusubmitssubmit an anan anan anan anan anan anan announcenouncenouncenouncenouncenouncenounce ttmentmentmentmentmentmentment]]]]]]]]]]]]]Submit an announcement Maritime Matters • Secretary’s 45th Annual Awards Logo Contest Entries Due May 1 • Dispose of your unwanted prescription drugs at DOT HQ • DOT HQ Earth Day Volunteers Needed [submit an announcement] Submit an announcement • Mar. 6, 12-1 p.m. Open House & Glucose Screening, DOT HQ Health Clinic • Mar. 7, 12-1 p.m. Open House & Blood Pressure Screening, DOT HQ Health Clinic • Mar. 8, 12-1 p.m. Open House & Cholesterol Screening, DOT HQ Health Clinic • Mar. 13, Noon to 1 p.m. Ultimate Study of Real-Life SSL Issues [Calendar] Calandar Upcoming Events Take Control of Your Commute Traffic Details Daily Gas Prices Daily Traffic Report for your location for your location HomeHHomeHomeHomeHomeHomeHome About DOT Employee Services Work Tools News Center MARAD Portal Customize Personnel Hazmat Safety Traffic Safety Bus & Transit Safety Engineering Safety Internal web site designed for the Department of Transportation by Shawn A. Raven
  • 2. U.S. Department of Transportation Research and Innovative Technology Administration HomeHomeHomeHomeHomeHomeTransportation Research Research Clusters Connected Vehicle Federal Highway Sites Manage Account Rules of Behavior Register RITA NTL Search Sign In Welcome to the New TransportationResearch.gov! We have updated our software to SharePoint 2010, and are working through some of the issues; please be patient, and please take the time to send us issues using the contact us feature to report any issues you may find. As a part of the update, we have added several new communities, and enhanced our collaboration, and professional networking capabilities to include My Site. We’d like to welcome the Intelligent Transportation System’s Connected Vehicle community, as well as the Every Day Counts, and Knowledge Management communities from the Federal Highways Administration. The sites are generally viewable by everyone, but you must register for any of them if you wish to post content. Some of the sites are open for general collaboration, and professional networking, while other require approval by a site administrator. Listed below are additional details on the RITA subsites. Please contact us if we can be of assistance, or answer any questions.  Transportation Research Home Transportation Research Collaboration Current Activities •National Transportation Library •UTC Performance •Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) •Research Program and Project Management (RPPM) Transportation Research Clusters Each year, the Department of Transportation (DOT) spends $1.2B to fund DOT staffers, and other researchers across the nation to explore topics important to the nation’s transportation system. RITA’s mission is to ensure the coordination, and collaboration of those DOT funded research pursuits, and has been working among researchers both inside, and outside of DOT to foster development of linkages between them to leverage knowledge and resources. On behalf of DOT researchers, RITA created a social media site organized into 14 thematic research areas, otherwise known as research clusters, to allow researchers to better share their work through long-distance collaboration, and the electronic sharing of information and ideas. You are invited to freely peruse these research clusters, or join them if you have research to share, questions to ask or a dialogue you’d like to start. Transportation Research Collaboration Website Research Program and Project Management (RPPM) TransportationResearch.gov has created a Research Program and Project Management (RPPM) site that allows the transportation research community to share information and collaborate on common issues (registration required). Over time, the site will become a repository of documents and work products forming a collective set of best practices for planning, funding, conducting, managing, implementing, and evaluating transportation research programs and projects. The site’s value comes from the documents, and work products contributed by the research community. If you have documents or work products on setting research agendas, carrying out research, collaborating in research activities, delivering research results, communicating the value of research, come join us by clicking here! National Transportation Library (NTL) The National Transportation of Library of RITA provides leadership and coordination in the development of regional and topical transportation knowledge networks. The National Transportation Library site provides a platform for regional libraries to exchange information, share resources, and enhance collaboration. The site is accessible via the top navigation bar. Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) DOT has been designated the lead civil agency for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing matters. Within DOT, RITA is the lead administration, carrying out this work through the DOT Extended Pos/Nav Working Group and Executive Committee. The RITA External SharePoint site, currently under development, will support this collaboration. More information on the RITA PNT program is available at http://pnt.rita.dot.gov.  Transportation Research Wikis How to Use This Wiki Site Useful Collaboration Tools and Techniques Guide About Using Transportation Wiki Frequently Asked Questions Research Discussion National Transportation Projects University Transportation Centers Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Links Research and Innovative Technology Administration National Transportation Library University Transportation Centers Positioning Navigation and Timing Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) • U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE • Washington, DC 20590 • 800.853.1351 • E-mail RITA Accessibility | Disclaimer | Fast Lane | FedStats | Freedom of Information Act | No FEAR Act | OIG Hotline | Privacy Policy | RSS | Site Map | USA.gov | White House | Wireless Plug-ins: PDF Reader | Flash Player | Excel Viewer | PowerPoint Viewer | Word Viewer | WinZip RITA’s privacy policies and procedures do not necessarily apply to external web sites. We suggest contacting these sites directly for information on their data collection and distribution policies. Economics Internal web site designed for the Department of Transportation by Shawn A. Raven
  • 3. U.S. Department of Transportation Research and Innovative Technology Administration RITA HomeHomeHomeHomeHomeo eTransportation Research Research Clusters Connected Vehicle Federal Highway Sites Manage Account Rules of Behavior Register NTL Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) • U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE • Washington, DC 20590 • 800.853.1351 • E-mail RITA Accessibility | Disclaimer | Fast Lane | FedStats | Freedom of Information Act | No FEAR Act | OIG Hotline | Privacy Policy | RSS | Site Map | USA.gov | White House | Wireless Plug-ins: PDF Reader | Flash Player | Excel Viewer | PowerPoint Viewer | Word Viewer | WinZip RITA’s privacy policies and procedures do not necessarily apply to external web sites. We suggest contacting these sites directly for information on their data collection and distribution policies. Sign In Search Announcements Fuller traffic count data lead to better decisions 9/27/2011 5:13PM by Justin Carinci In transportation funding decisions, you don’t count until you’re counted. That fact can lead to cyclists and pedestrians, often overlooked in traffic counts, getting less than their share of transportation money. The Oregon Transportation Research and... PHMSA Makes Pipeline and Hazat Data Available 3/9/2011 3:45PM by Clusters Coordinator PHMSA collects a variety of pipeline operators information. PHMSA provides both data & descriptive statistics to the Public. http://www.phmsa.dot.gov/pipeline/library/data-stats This site provide information in a standardized way to look at the... More Announcements >>> Data-Driven Home Visit Other Clusters Research Program and Project Management Home (RPPM) How to Use This Site Shared Documents Discussion Board Calendar Data-Driven Wiki Useful Links All Site Content Data-Driven Decision Making Research Cluster This cluster shares promotes cross-modal awareness of issues, topics and innovations affecting modes of transport and the conveyances that operates over them. If you would like to participate in this cluster by posting your research and commenting on the work of others, please click here to register. Questions? Comments? Please contact research. clusters@dot.gov.  Data Driven Decision Making People Sharing Research Activities, Publications, & Products Calendar of Events There are currently no upcoming events. Useful Links Transportation Research Project & Program Management Community Transportation Research Board FHWA Nation’s Status FHWA Asset Mangement NHTSA Behavior Safety Rearch Research and Innovative Technology Administration US Department of Transportation Shared Documents Type Name Created By Discussion Board: Post your Questions and Answers Subject Created By Reply Replies Presentations from Justin Carinci Reply 0 Bike/Ped Counting Conference 2011 Federal Peg Young Reply 0 Forecasters Conference Data Standardization to Todd Ripley Reply 0 facilitate data exchange among researchers What are you researching? MJ Fiocco Reply 0 Count data presentations Justin Carinci 070810_Tioga_CHCP_Productivity_Report Matthew Klein Marview Presentation for Data- Driven Cluster 040611 Clusters Coordinator FFC2011_Announcement Peg Young More Documents >>> Neural Network Modeling of 85th-Percentile Speed for Two-Lane Rural Highways Neighborhood-Coordinated Multiagent Reinforcement Learning for Networked Adaptive Traffic Signal Control Intersection Decision Support Framework in Adverse Weather Conditions Using Case-Based Reasoning Algorithm Road Weather Information System ETC Data Based Freeway Traffic Information Mining Techniques Traffic Data Platform as ITS Infrastructure for Intelligent Traffic Data Management Travel Activity and Emissions Impacts of Implementing Transportation Control Measures Are We Successful in Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled in Air Quality Nonattain- ment Areas? Methodology for Collecting Vehicle Occupancy Data on Multi-lane Interstate Highways 2011 Local Technical Assistance Program for Transportation Agencies See the latest TRB Research Transport Research International Documentation (TRID) Internal web site designed for the Department of Transportation by Shawn A. Raven
  • 4. Designed by Doreen Sanborn of DKS Designs Designed by Doreen Sanborn of DKS Designs © Shawn A. Raven © by Shawn A. Raven © Shawn A. Raven
  • 5. At DKS Designswe create jewelry for the discriminating customer. Our designs incorporate beautiful gemstones in gold, and platinum, in one-of-a-kind pieces, or limited edition series. Green Aquamarine & Tsavorite Pendant $1,600.00 By definition Aquamarines have green tones to them. When the green is prevalent, as in these, they are called Green Aquamarines. We have separated these two green Aquamarine trillions with a line of Tsavorites. The setting is 14k white gold. The trillions are 10x10x10mm and 8x8x8mm. Amethyst & Diamond Bangle Bracelet $6,900.00 We found this fabulous Brazilian Amethyst carved by Master Gem Carver, Michael Dyber, and knew it had to have an incredible design to compliment it. We decided to showcase it with Diamonds, and 14k Yellow Gold. The design, and bracelet took over a year to create. Custom Fine Jewelry by DKS Designs About Our Designer Doreen K. Sanborn P. O. Box 2723 Fairfax, VA 22031-2723 http://www.dksdesigns.com/ Jewelry Design & Creation My passion is colored gemstones, and using them to create beautiful jewelry. When I look at a gemstone, I will envision it already set, and being worn. I know exactly what to do with it. Others are elusive and will keep me guessing until I see into their heart, or until I meet the right customer. By this I mean someone who has expressed a desire for a particular gemstone, or style, and we collaborate on the final design. The primary mediums for my jewelry are Platinum, Gold, Silver, and gemstones that have been taken from the earth. The metals may be cast, or in wire form. The gemstones may be faceted for setting, carved, or beads. My designs are part imagination, and part memory/adaptation. If it is to be cast, I sketch the design, then work with a manufacturer to ensure my ideas can be accomplished. I have been designing custom jewelry since 1991. Photographs and design by Shawn A. Raven DKS Design Archives
  • 6. DKS Designs Limited Edition Boulder Opal and Keshi Bracelet $250.00 Boulder Opal and Keshi Pearl Necklace $900.00 Boulder Opals are found in many forms and colors with smooth or uneven surfaces. The opal occurs as a solid piece on top of the ironstone or showing as flashing flecks of color in the ironstone. Keshi and Keshi-like Pearls occur when an implanted nucleus is expelled, by the oyster, before the culturing process is complete. This means they are not natural but rather a bi-product of the culturing process. It also means they are almost pure nacre and very lustrous. The difference between Keshi and Keshi-like is salt water (Keshi) and freshwa- ter (Keshi-like). For more information about Keshi, Keshi-like and Pearls in general, see Pearl-Guide.com. Yummm! If you haven’t seen or heard of Chocolate Pearls, allow us to introduce you to them! These are Tahitian Black Pearls that have been bleached to this yummy color. We have not yet decided whether to leave them as a full strand, or separate them, and create several pieces. We would love it if you would help us decide. The pearls are slightly baroque and 11.1-12mm. Chocolate Pearls $2,500.00
  • 7. Step 4:                        Step 3:                        Step 1:                        Step 2:                  
  • 8.  Manage risks  Manage cost and schedule  Manage Resources  Manage contracts  Review products/outcomes  Improve processes  Business process engineering/redesign  Infrastructure Development Under the SDLC:  Requirements analysis  Project planning  Acquisition  Software Development  System Integration  Improve business processes  Develop business requirements  Update Enterprise Architecture  Identify candidate projects  Ensure enterprise-level consistency  Develop/refine mission  Develop business vision and objectives  Develop Strategic Plan Under the IMP:  Analyze acquisition alternatives  Prepare business cases  Prioritize and select projects  Plan enterprise transitions  Analyze process data  Solicit/analyze user feedback  Validate cost-benefit analysis predictions  Identify improvements  Train users  Deploy production systems  Operate systems and processes  Support systems  Gather operational data  Train pilot users and staff  Implement processes  Test systems  Evaluate security       7.  8.    Evaluate technical processes  Perform technical risk assessment  Conduct independent technical review  Technology forecasts  Technology assessment  Product evaluation 9.   1.   2.   3.   4.   6.  5.  
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