Under continuing resolution funding levels for fiscal year 2014, the FAA would not see any additional budget impacts from a second round of sequestration cuts set to go into effect in January, but its NextGen program could see impacts from sequestration cuts for the U.S. military. Bevery Pheto, chief of staff for Rep. Rosa De Lauro (D-Conn.), speaking yesterday at the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) conference in Washington, said defense agencies would likely see approximately $20 ...


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