Federal Aviation Administration

Federal Aviation Administration

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The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) mission is to promote the safe, orderly, a expeditious flow of air traffic in the U.S. airspace system. To this end, FAA is modernizing its air traffic control systems, a multibillion dollar effort that has been designated as a high-risk program. Research into the practices of successful public- a private-sector organizations has shown that developing a using an enterprise architecture, or blueprint, to guide a constrain systems investments is crucial to the success of such a modernization effort. This report determines whether FAA has established an effective processes for managing the development a implementation of an enterprise architecture. Includes recommendations. Charts a tables.However, the chief architect statt that the agency intends to have an approved plan by April 2005 and the plan will call for describing both th aquot;As Isaquot; and the aquot;To Beaquot; environments in terms of business, performance, information/data, anbsp;...

Title:Federal Aviation Administration
Author: Randolph C. Hite (au), David A. Powner (au)
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2005-09-01

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