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FAA Facilities: Improved Condition Assessment Methods Could Better Inform Maintenance Decisions and Capital-Planning Efforts
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
Of the approx. 1,230 facilities that Federal Aviation Admin. (FAA) staff occupy, FAA is responsible for maintaining over 40% of them -- spending over $1 billion since 2008; most of the remaining facilities are leased and maintained by the lessors. Yet, according to FAA officials, air traffic control facilities -- the bulk of FAA-maintained facilities -- have a current maintenance backlog of about $259 million. Deferring maintenance on facilities could compromise safe airspace operations. The FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 mandated this study of the condition of FAA-staffed facilities, which addresses, among other things, (1) the condition of FAA-staffed facilities and the reliability of assessment methods; (2) the extent to which FAA has responded to identified safety deficiencies; and (3) the extent to which FAAńˇ╗s actions to ensure that its facilities are in good condition follow leading practices. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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