Congress cuts $20,000 from NHTSA execs' bonuses

Stoffer, Harry
December 2001
Automotive News;12/17/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5962, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the reduction of the bonuses of executives at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in Washington. Failure of the agency to meet performance goals on seat belt use; Provision of fiscal 2002 transportation spending bill; Number of executive eligible for the bonus program.


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