Rulemaking Revival The sequestration-triggered hiring freeze that forced FAA to delay many of its non-safety-critical projects took its toll on the rulemaking queue. Now that sequestration’s mandatory cuts are in the rear-view mirror—at least temporarily—and FAA is filling vacated staff positions, agency officials report that rulemaking efforts are getting back to their normal, albeit deliberate, pace.  The MRO community’s next notable rulemaking, expected ...


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