Proposed changes to internal guidance used to prioritize FAA certification projects favors large companies and arbitrarily establishes criteria for key factors such as a project’s safety value, a trade group representing parts manufacturer approval (PMA) specialists argues. The Aircraft Certification Service Project Prioritization and Resource Management Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)—or sequencing program—is meant to help the agency maximize its resources. The program, launched in ...
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