The South Carolina Department of Transportation has published their Strategic Management Plan on their website. The plan addresses areas of Partnership, Planning, and Transportation Systems & Infrastructure – all areas that apply to SC contractors. SCDOT will be updating the plan throughout the year.
In a message to employees and partners, Robert J. St. Onge, Jr., SCDOT Secretary of Transportation said:
“SCDOT has embarked on an effort to develop a Strategic Management Plan by which we will gauge our progress towards accomplishing our mission. While the process of developing this plan is not yet complete, I thought it was important to introduce you to our efforts. First, SCDOT senior staff conducted thorough task and risk analyses which led us to a set of ten department level priorities and the identification of six Critical Management Areas (CMAs). Leaders of each of those management areas then developed goals and objectives you can see in this document. Our next steps will involve the development of business plans for our many activities. These business plans will include more detailed goals and objectives and will be aligned with that activity’s budget. Additionally, each unit will have the opportunity to review the performance standards in the employee appraisals in order to ensure alignment with the stated goals and objectives in their business plans.”
Periodic reviews of SCDOT progress in meeting the goals and objectives of the Strategic Management Plan, the CMAs, and business plans will be posted on line and available for all to review. Read More.