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National Governors Association

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Technical Assistance Innovation Agent  
Garrett Eucalitto, Transportation Program Director

The National Governors Association is excited to assist Solvers in strengthening their knowledge of transportation safety efforts. NGA is a bipartisan organization that directly serves our Nation's governors. We have a unique perspective and access to the states by working directly with government policy advisors and state officials who are driving policies within the states. We work on issues of transportation and traffic safety in the states in several ways. We produce white papers and issue briefs on some of the pressing challenges. For example, we just issued a paper on autonomous vehicles, and some of the opportunities and challenges that states face with the new technology that is being developed. We provide technical assistance to the states with the support of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, we are hosting a series of learning lab meeting with roughly 10 states around some of the strategies to improving their statewide traffic safety, as well as data linkage initiatives. We also provide ongoing support to our networks of governor's advisors. That includes public safety commissioners and secretaries, governors, transportation advisors, and governor criminal justice policy advisors. Lastly, we have supported the Nevada governor over the last year, hosting a series of summit and workshops with the state, as well as issuing policy roadmaps throughout his chairs initiatives, which was entitled ahead of the curve -- Innovation Governors. We are really excited about this opportunity to assist Solvers. We are happy to help in any way we can.