2021 High Priority Program – Innovative Technology Deployment (HP-ITD)

These activities are supported in alignment with the U. S. Department of Transportation’s strategic goals of:
Reduce transportation-related fatalities and serious injuries across the transportation system.• INFRASTRUCTURE:
Invest in infrastructure to ensure safety,


mobility and accessibility and to stimulate economic growth, productivity and competitiveness for American workers and businesses.• INNOVATION:
Lead in the development and deployment of innovative practices and technologies that improve the safety and performance of the Nation’s transportation system.• ACCOUNTABILITY:
Serve the Nation with reduced regulatory burden and greater efficiency, effectiveness and accountability.

This NOFO provides important information about the HP-ITD safety priorities, highlighting the critical information related to preparing and submitting an application.
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Safety Data Improvement Program

Department of Transportation

Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: DOT-Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Estimated Funding: $20,000,000

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2021 High Priority Program – Innovative Technology Deployment (HP-ITD)

Additional Information of Eligibility:
The NPI:CPRP APS details what organizations are eligible to apply for awards under the Addendum.

Please review the NPI:CPRP APS Section III: Eligibility Information for eligibility requirements.

In addition to any requirements listed in the NPI:CPRP APS, this Addendum further requires the following:1.

New and Underutilized Local Entities2.

New and Underutilized Locally Established Partners (LEP)3.

Prime Partner Award with sub-awards to LEPs and Local Entities.4.

Leverage Partner Award.

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