National RTAP News


Resource Center Survey 2020 Results

The National RTAP Resource Center staff, with input from our team and our Review Board Members, developed a survey this summer of our Resource Center users. Responses will help us plan to serve our customers better and develop new products and services.
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National RTAP Issues Technical Assistance Coordination Library RFP

National RTAP is issuing this Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals from interested and qualified technology vendors to supply a customized, secure, cloud-based solution for a Technical Assistance Coordination Library (TACL) for the FTA and its five (5) TA Centers that will provide end-user access to selected free, full-text, online resources.
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First ProcurementPRO 2.0 State Portal Launched by North Carolina DOT

Samantha Bryant Green, Procurement Officer for North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT)-Public Transportation Division, was tasked with approving every procurement for over 80 transit agencies in the state that receive Federal Transit Administration (FTA) 5311 funding.   She relished the opportunity to make the National RTAP ProcurementPRO 2.0 web app even more convenient for her subrecipients, through the creation of a North Carolina State ProcurementPRO 2.0 portal. This was the firs...
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National RTAP to Host Tribal Transit Workshop

National RTAP is hosting a comprehensive two-day Tribal Transit Workshop at the next Rocky Mountain Region Tribal Transportation Program Quarterly Meeting on February 11 and 12, 2020. The workshop will be held at the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ Rocky Mountain Regional Office in Billings, Montana, and will cover: writing and updating your Tribal Transit Plan, operations and maintenance, leadership and maintaining strong Tribal Council relationships, FTA program reporting requirements, developing ...
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Solicitation for National RTAP Review Board Member Nominations

National RTAP is soliciting nominations for Review Board members - state transit officials and rural or tribal transit operators. The deadline has been extended to March 6, 2020. The term of office is three years. An individual may nominate themselves for consideration, or any group or individual involved in rural transit can nominate a representative to the board.
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