Task 1. Meet with the project panel to discuss and finalize the working plan.
Task 2. Review the updated Security 101 primer, the 20-59(51)A Implementation Plan, and the technical implementation memorandum.
Task 3. Review the current physical and cybersecurity practices of transportation agencies in meeting their responsibilities and assess the gaps existing between commonly deployed practice and the recommendations contained in the revised Security 101 guidelines.
Task 4. Develop a security guidelines deployment strategy and a revised work plan for Phase II. Based on the material contained in the updated Security 101 primer, the project’s Implementation Plan and the Technical Implementation Memorandum, develop security implementation, workforce development and change management plans incorporating both didactic and experiential tools, techniques and workplace learning approaches. The plan should include recommendations of appropriate learning and change management techniques spanning a 12-month deployment schedule.
Task 5. Develop training and educational courses and supplementary materials. Based on the strategy, techniques, and approaches selected in Task 1, develop and test the lesson plans, training courses and other materials for use in the deployment strategy.
Task 6. Coordinate stakeholder outreach and engagement; implement the deployment strategy. Based on the strategy approved by the NCHRP Panel, conduct, at a minimum, the following events:
- At least one national workshop/training class of at least six hours.
- At least four regional events—one per AASHTO/SCOTSEM Region of at least two hours.
- At least two events to be held at an individual DOT.
- At least one nationally publicized webinar.
- At least two conference presentations, one at the TRB Annual Meeting and one at the TSSR Annual Meeting.
Contractors are encouraged to be creative in the selection of their proposed venues and events, identifying a diverse audience from field personnel to CEOs. Co-locating and joint scheduling with existing meetings, conferences, and other training events is encouraged.
Task 7. Final deliverables should include the following: (1) the updated Security 101 implementation and change management strategy and all supporting lesson plans, scripts, training exercises, and all other didactic and experiential material developed in support of the strategy; (2) a final report summarizing the background research; (3) an updated interim meeting PowerPoint presentation suitable, upon revision, for posting on the project website; and (4) a stand-alone 1-page executive summary in a suitable format of text and graphics aimed at senior decision makers.