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June 24, 2014

In the weeks since the release of the Port Performance Task Force (PPTF) final report on June 24, 2014, over 500 port stakeholders have participated in a series of Town Hall meetings or a webinar to discuss the reports' 23 recommendations to increase performance, measurement, communication, and transparency. Members of the port community have consistently been encouraged by the collaboration that has taken place and the plans for the future, but all agree that swift action is needed to make the port more efficient and reliable.

The Port Performance Task Force has officially completed the planning work that it set out to accomplish and has been disbanded. The process of carrying out the recommendations will be overseen by the new Council on Port Performance (CPP). A governance structure for the Council has been established with members of the Task Force serving as the initial Council members. The Council will be supported by a series of Implementation Teams focused on Equipment, Gate Operations, ExpressRail, and Customer Care. There will also be a standing committee on Government and Community Outreach. Implementation teams will meet in August to establish a logical sequence to tackle the recommendations, timelines, and deliverables. For those interested in helping to enact the recommendations by serving as a subject matter expert on an Implementation Team, please email Beth Rooney at berooney@panynj.gov and indicate the project(s) you are interested in working on.



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