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Review of the Enterprise Architecture, Software Development Approach, and Safety and Human Factor Design of the Next Generation Air Transportation System

Staff

Jon Eisenberg, Director
Lynette I. Millett, Associate Director
Gin Bacon Talati, Program Officer
Eric Whitaker, Senior Program Assistant

Project Information

Publications

2014 FAA Interim Cover
Interim Report of a Review of the Next Generation Air Transportation System Enterprise Architecture, Software, Safety, and Human Factors discusses issues and questions that the study committee will be exploring as it develops its final report.

 

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