Federal Aviation Administration

Description

The FAA is on the leading edge of a new frontier in commercial space transportation, building the next generation (NextGen) of satellite-based navigation systems, and fostering the safe integration of unmanned aerial systems into our airspace. We can only dream of what the next 50 years of American ingenuity will look like, but FAA employees will be working to ensure that the United States continues to lead the world in aerospace safety, innovation and advancements that continue to push the limits of science and technology. The FAA is an operating administration within the Department of Transportation (DOT) and a proud partner in the DOT mission to serve the United States by ensuring a fast, safe, efficient, accessible and convenient transportation system that meets our vital national interests and enhances the quality of life of the American people, today and into the future. Specifically, the FAA mission is to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world.

Headquarters:
United States

Aviation & Aerospace

Speciaties:

Move to the next level of safety Create our workplace of the future Deliver aviation access through innovation Sustain our future Advance global collaboration

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Judy Tarter
Engineer at FAA
Adrian Wright
Management and Program Analyst at FAA
Charles Kilgore
Electronics Engineer, Software and Digital Systems (Research) Program Manager at FAA
Nancy Williams
Policy and Legislation at FAA
Bob Stanzione
Manager, Navigation Program Support at Federal Aviation Administration
Thomas Quick
Air Traffic Organization (ATO) Quality Assurance (QA) at FAA
Sarah Holt
Investigator, Internal Investigations Branch, Security and Hazardous Materials at Federal Aviation Administration

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