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Defense Transportation: DOD Needs to Improve the Evaluation of Safety and Performance Information for Carriers Transporting Security-Sensitive Materials
Cary Russell (au); Susan Fleming (au)
In FY 2014, the Department of Defense (DOD) facilitated the transport by commercial motor carriers (private-sector trucking companies) of nearly 50,000 separate shipments of security-sensitive material (e.g., ammunition and explosives) in the continental U.S. DOD uses Department of Transportation (DOT) safety performance information to determine whether these carriers can transport security-sensitive material under the Transportation Protective Service (TPS) program. This report examines the extent to which (1) DODäó»s use of DOTäó»s safety performance information results in sufficient and reliable information for DOD to evaluate the safety performance of individual TPS carriers; and (2) DOD evaluates TPS carrier incident data and investigates incidents to identify safety-related risks. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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