RSF 64, PRISM/ITD (Innovative Technology Deployment) Program Support -- MCSAP 17

Grants and Contracts Details


Kentucky’s ITD team is made up of a diverse group of agencies working together to meet the national ITD goals and advance Kentucky’s expanded ITD program. This group is also composed of the PRISM team from Kentucky who focuses on the priorities outlined by the PRISM program. The Kentucky Transportation Center at UK has been contracted to serve as the facilitator for this group and provide administrative, technical, and logistical support. For an active group focused on ITD and PRISM, this support is not only beneficial but essential. This administrative support helps to strengthen Kentucky’s ITD and PRISM programs and therefore will help the Commonwealth of Kentucky advance the national priorities for these programs. A continued area of focus will be enhancing Kentucky’s CVIEW, improving data quality, and tracking and reporting performance measures. In 2006, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet entered into an agreement with the Kentucky Transportation Center (KTC) at the University of Kentucky (UK) to provide program management, technical support, and logistical support for Kentucky’s CVISN Program. Since this agreement, the CVISN Team, now ITD team, has been reformed and reenergized, several planning meetings have been held, priority projects have been identified and initiated, and Kentucky is moving forward with the Expanded CVISN/ITD Program. Staff members at KTC are providing day-to-day support for the program, including preparation of meeting agendas, scheduling and arrangements for off-site meetings, information gathering and dissemination, documentation of existing and planned systems, preparation of quarterly reports, participation in conference calls, etc. KTC staff also collects and analyzes data as requested by the Program Manager or CVISN/ITD team.
Effective start/end date9/1/179/30/18


  • KY Transportation Cabinet: $150,000.00


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