The FAA’S $928 million in proposed fiscal 2014 NextGen Facilities and Equipment (F&E) spending includes 25 funded line items, 15 of which either gain funding or maintain the level of fiscal 2012, the agency’s last full year of spending. Among fiscal 2014’s potential big gainers compared to fiscal 2012: $65 million for En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) D position upgrade and system enhancements—up from $0; and $24 million each for the NextGen Weather Processor (NWP) and ...
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