Atlanta Changing Times FAA officials have long touted efforts such as the agency's systems safety approach as more efficient uses of its resources. The congressionally mandated budget cuts are putting this to the test—and industry had better hope the agency is right. Sequestration—the 10-year, $1.2 trillion package of government cuts that kicked in March 1—led the FAA to propose several controversial ideas to meet its lowered budget levels, such as scaling back air traffic ...
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