FAA's Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) program office and Raytheon Co. have resolved their differences on software requirements for the program, the agency's STARS managers will tell Associate Administrator for Research and Acquisition George Donohue today. Acting Administrator Linda Daschle, who set today as the deadline for reporting to Donohue, will be briefed on the program by midmonth. FAA and Raytheon launched daily meetings in December in an attempt to ...


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