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On December 16, 2014 the U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed the nomination of Dr. Mark Rosekind to head the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The position of NHTSA administrator has been vacant for nearly a year.

Dr. Rosekind became a member of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in 2010 and is a renowned expert on human fatigue. During his tenure with the NTSB Dr. Rosekind has worked arduously to eliminate substance-impaired driving.

Dr. Rosekind has extensive knowledge of impaired driving and we are confident he will continue to advocate for data-driven efforts to reduce and prevent drunk driving through countermeasures like 24/7 Sobriety Programs and DWI Courts.

SCRAM Systems congratulates Dr. Rosekind on his appointment and we look forward to his leadership of our nation’s auto safety agency.

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Sobering Up Administrator

Sobering Up: A blog about drunk driving, alcohol addiction, and criminal justice, is anything but a corporate blog. Sobering Up is an opportunity for anyone interested or involved in the issues of drunk driving, alcohol-fueled crime, alcohol dependence and addiction, and the justice system to participate in the conversation.

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  1. Dr. Rosekind is the perfect person for this position, and NHTSA should feel privileged to have him as their leader. This is exciting news for the traffic safety industry!

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