Cambridge Systematics provides a range of technical services and information systems to states in support of the Federally-sponsored Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) program. CVISN provides states with an architectural framework to follow when deploying capabilities in three key areas:
Our work has spanned the entire CVISN life cycle, from developing CVISN Project Plans, to serving as CVISN advisors in multiple states, and designing and implementing CVISN-compliant information systems.
Cambridge Systematics provided domain expertise to the technical staff at Johns Hopkins University during the initial development of CVISN standards. Our expertise bridged the gap between the business requirements for CVISN and the definition of technical standards. Since then, Cambridge Systematics has expanded our role so that today we help states with a number of key needs:
Working with Cambridge Systematics, many state CVISN programs are producing positive results, including:
Reduced turnaround time for credential requests
Access to systems 24/7
Better targeting of high-risk motor carriers
Improved customer service
More timely, accurate, and accessible motor carrier information for authorized users
Elimination of labor intensive and outdated business processes
CVISN offers states the opportunity to become more efficient and effective in handling commercial vehicle operations, while allowing greater oversight on carriers and improving safety.