Kyle Scott leads the District Department of Transportation (DDOT)’s Resource Allocation Division. In this role, he manages the preparation, execution, and monitoring of the Department’s nearly $1 billion annual budget. He is also responsible for communicating DDOT’s budget activities to a wide audience of stakeholders including but not limited to DDOT’s Executive Leadership Team, the Executive Office of the Mayor, Council personnel, Federal Highway Administration officials, DDOT’s program managers, and DDOT’s project managers. Kyle joined DDOT as a Resource Allocation Analyst in 2014 and has overseen both the Department’s operating and local capital portfolios, which includes DDOT’s core programs of streets, alleys, sidewalks, bridges, DC Circulator, DC Streetcar, and Capital Bikeshare.
Kyle entered the Government of the District of Columbia, in 2012, as a Capital City Fellow. Through the Fellows Program, he was exposed to the many vantage points that exist within District government working in the following areas: Metropolitan Police Department as a policy analyst; Office of the City Administrator (OCA) as an analyst focusing on the performance of food service contracts for the school district; DDOT as a budget analyst; and Mayor’s Office of Budget and Finance as a capital budget analyst.
Prior to joining District Government in 2012, Kyle worked as a Regional Planner for the Bluegrass Area Development District assisting jurisdictions in Central Kentucky with land use planning and zoning issues.
Kyle is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and a Certified Public Manager. He is also a graduate of the Urban Land Institute’s Regional Land Use Leadership Institute. He graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Master’s in Public Administration and has a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Science from Loyola University Chicago.