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Performance

FY2010 DOT Annual Performance Report

The United States Department of Transportation’s (DOT or the Department) Annual Performance Report (APR) for fiscal year (FY) 2010 provides an overview of the Department’s performance and results to Congress, the President and the American people.

This report is one in a series of reports required under the Administration’s Pilot Program for Alternative Approaches to Performance and Accountability Reporting. This was the first year that the Department participated in this voluntary program in an effort to strengthen its annual reporting documents and to present more streamlined and timely information. It also clarifies the relationship between performance, budgetary resources and financial reporting.

DOT Budget and Performance

The FY 2015 President’s Budget request includes a $302 billion four-year surface transportation reauthorization proposal that will improve the operation and condition of the Nation’s surface transportation systems. By targeting funding and implementing innovative reforms, this proposal will improve the way government operates, will ensure resources reach areas of need, and will create opportunities for all Americans.

Budget

The Assistant Secretary for Budget and Programs, and Chief Financial Officer is the principal advisor to the Secretary on the Department’s budget, program performance, and all aspects of financial management. Also, the Assistant Secretary's Office is responsible for the budget and financial management functions of the Secretary's staff offices.

 

Airlines Report Seven Tarmac Delays Longer than Three Hours On Domestic Flights, 11 Longer Than Four Hours on International Flights in October

Airlines reported a total of seven tarmac delays of more than three hours on domestic flights and 11 tarmac delays of more than four hours on international flights in October, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Air Travel Consumer Report.

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