Get Involved

If you are an LTAP or TTAP Center staff member interested in joining this work group, contact any of the following people.

Chair: Donna Shea
Connecticut Technology Transfer Center
Chair: David Orr
Cornell Local Roads Program (New York LTAP)

Upcoming Meetings

There are currently no upcoming meetings for this group.

Group Description

The NLTAPA EC shall be composed of the President, President-Elect, and Vice-President, Treasurer, Vice-Treasurer, and Secretary of NLTAPA and one representative from each NLTAPA Region. Representatives from the FHWA shall serve as ex-officio members of the EC.

NLTAPA Constitution and Bylaws

NLTAPA Operations Manual

Workgroup Goal

Duties and Powers

The EC shall act in the interest of all NLTAPA members in a manner that is ethical and unbiased towards any particular Region, group of Centers or NLTAPA member. The EC shall adopt an operational guidance document such as an Operations Manual that will be reviewed and revised at a maximum of 4 years.

Documents guiding the operation of the NLTAPA EC shall be accepted by a majority vote of the EC, unless otherwise specified in these Bylaws as requiring a vote of the membership.  Powers of the EC shall include but are not limited to: developing NLTAPA strategic plans, work plans, and operating budgets; appointing and charging chairs and members of standing committees, work groups, and special committees; representing the views of NLTAPA membership to FHWA and other external entities; negotiating memoranda of understanding with partner groups; collecting dues and recommending dues changes to the membership.

The EC may call for a vote of the membership on any matter it deems of great significance. The EC may, with advice from Center Members, represent the opinions and positions of its membership to FHWA . Activities of the EC shall not preclude the ability of any member to contact FHWA directly in its/their own interest.