FAA’s Risk-Based Strategy Viewed Poorly In Review

The FAA’s Aviation Safety division has a shrinking staff due to federal budget cuts, and so it is betting on less manpower-intensive risk-based surveillance programs to help inspectors keep tabs on aviation businesses. An unflattering audit of one of the FAA’s most extensive risk-based programs...

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