Wednesday, 31 October 2007 19:34
A $2.5 million consultant’s report says projects at the
state Transportation Department proceed slowly because of alack of
prioritization, accountability and coordination.
The report also found DOT’s structure keeps some
divisions from working well with each other. The consulting firm, McKinsey
& Co., recommended that DOT increase accountability and streamline
projects. The review was based on interviews and surveys of nearly 9,000
employees as well as state leaders.