Washington A recently released audit lauds the FAA's Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (Asias) effort for its growth, but urges the agency to boost the program's effectiveness by putting more of its data into the hands of safety inspectors. The FAA, straddling a fine line, says it is trying. Launched in 2007, Asias compiles data from many sources, including volunteer safety initiatives like Aviation Safety Action Programs (ASAP) in which employees self-disclose ...
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