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Federal Aviation Administration: Improved Tracking of Results Needed to Provide Confidence in Benefits of Streamlining Activities
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
As fiscal pressures facing the federal government continue, there is a need for federal agencies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of programs and activities. In 2012 the Federal Aviation Admin. (FAA) was mandated to review its programs, offices, and organizations to identify and address inefficient processes, wasteful practices, and duplication. In response, FAA identified 36 initiatives, including centralizing administrative functions and modernizing records management. This report examined FAAńˇ╗s progress to streamline and reform the agency as Congress considers reauthorizing FAA in FY 2015. It examined how FAA determined the status of initiatives and the extent to which its efforts to implement initiatives were consistent with selected key practices for organizational transformations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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