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DDOT Agency Organization

3D Org Chart - DDOT Agency Organization

The Department of Transportation (DDOT) manages and maintains transportation infrastructure for the District of Columbia.

The agency is broken down into several administrations.

DDOT Office of the Director (OD)

Responsible for the oversight and management of the entire Department.
 
Office of the General Counsel
To provide the most effective and efficient legal services to DDOT. To protect the agency from liability by rendering legal advice and guidance.
 
Office of the Associate Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)
Agency Financial Operations provides comprehensive and efficient financial management services to, and on behalf of, DDOT so that the financial integrity of the agency is maintained.
 
Office of the Associate Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)
Agency Financial Operations provides comprehensive and efficient financial management services to, and on behalf of, DDOT so that the financial integrity of the agency is maintained.
 
Office of Communications
The Office of Communications maintains and supports the mission and goals for the Department through a comprehensive communication strategy utilizing media, social networking, public outreach, public notifications, etc.  The OC also acts on behalf of the department as the spokesperson striving to promote and improve the image of the Department and the City to residents, elected officials, businesses and the general public.
 
Deputy Director for Operations
Manages day-to-day operations and activities of the Operations Department.
 
Deputy Director for Resource Management
The incumbent directs the Resource Management for the Department.
 
Chief of Staff
Oversees the Offices of Risk Management/Emergency Preparedness, Integrity and Compliance, and Administrative and Management Support Services.

DDOT Office of the Associate Director (AD)

Responsible for the oversight and management of the following administrations:
 
Responsible for the design, engineering and construction of roadways, bridges, traffic signals and alley projects in the District of Columbia.
 
Establishes broad strategic goals to guide multi-modal program development, the policies necessary to implement such goals, and ensure compliance through plan review and permitting.
 
Provides the public with efficient, affordable and diverse means of travel within the District.
 
In place to enforce public space laws and regulations and inspect all work in public space completed under a public space permit to ensure the work is completed by DDOT standards.
 
Seeks to effectively maintain the integrity of public assets, such as roadways, sidewalks, traffic calming devices, streetlights, parking meters, and ensure a safe and user-friendly transportation environment.
 
The mission is to manage and increase the District's street trees to maintain healthy trees.
 
Office of the Director's Senior Level Organization Chart.