US DOT watchdog faults FAA’s MRO oversight procedures

US Dept. of Transportation (DOT) watchdog has faulted FAA’s MRO oversight procedures. DOT's Office of Inspector General has found that FAA’s risk-based approach to ensure the safety of MRO shops cannot adequately identify risks, has insufficiently standardized procedures, trains its own inspectors...

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