Stabilizing Resources and Engaging our Workforce - Ch. 6

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State and Federal Revenue Budgets -6a

State and federal revenue budgets help MoDOT staff do a better job of budgeting limited funds for its operations and capital program.

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Number of Full-Time Equivalencies Expended -6b

Having the right number of employees to provide outstanding customer service and respond to the state’s transportation needs, especially during emergency situations, is an important part of MoDOT’s effort to use resources wisely.

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Rate of Employee Turnover -6c

When employees leave MoDOT, the department loses a large investment in recruiting, hiring and training its workforce.

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Level of Job Satisfaction - 6d

Under Construction

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Reduce Number of Cybersecurity Incidents -6e

MoDOT uses thousands of computer devices to get work completed from thousands of locations around the state.

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Local Entity Cash Leveraged for Cost Share Program -6f

The Cost Share Program builds partnerships with local entities to pool efforts and resources to deliver state highway and bridge projects. When local entities are willing to partner with MoDOT, MoDOT matches their investment up to 50 percent of the project cost.

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Percent of Local Program Funds Committed to Projects -6g

Local agencies receive federal funds to invest in improving the local infrastructure and share in the cost of those projects by providing 20% local match.  To keep federal funds coming to Missouri, all  federal funds received each year must be committed to projects.

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