Best Overall Program, Government Agency
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has made alternative commuting a priority to tackle traffic and parking issues for its 11,332 employees. Under the leadership of partner champion Scott Kemp, the CDC offers a robust telework program with over 5,000 regular teleworkers—plus 46 vanpools, 450 carpools and 100 bike racks.
The CDC has placed the highest priority on commuting alternatives for its 11,332 employees. The CDC has over 5,000 regular teleworkers, 46 vanpools, 450 carpools and 100 bike racks. As a platinum partner, the CDC focuses a great deal of attention on the promotion and coordination of vanpooling and carpooling. The CDC also has a Transportation Services Office designed to develop and provide transportation policies and services to its employees, ensuring an effective organizational environment.
Scott Kemp is the Community Transportation Services Lead for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and is a highly effective transportation coordinator in the Transportation Services Office. Mr. Kemp provides oversight and guidance for all transportation related activities including the promotion of all commuting alternatives on all six CDC campuses. That promotion and coordination includes a highly active partnership with Georgia Commute Options.