The FAA’s En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) system suffers from ongoing program and contract management weaknesses despite being on “stronger footing” than earlier in a federal review process, the oversight arm of the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) finds in a new report. ERAM, intended to replace the 40-year-old Host core operating systems at the FAA’s 20 en route control centers, is a key component of NextGen. But the DOT’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) identifies ...
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