Air Traffic Control: Impact of Revised Personnel Relocation Policies is Uncertain : Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Aviation, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives
The Office, 2002 - Air traffic control - 15 pages
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1999 through fiscal According to FAA air traffic control air traffic managers Air Traffic PCS Air Traffic Services budget Conference Managers Association constant 2001 dollars controllers and managers controllers were less data to determine Dillingham employees FAA and NATCA FAA managers FAA officials FAA's ability FAA's policies February 2000 memorandum Federal Aviation Administration field facilities field offices fill vacant controller fiscal year 2001 fiscal years 1999 fixed relocation payment fully funded funding for PCS GAO's Gerald L grade or pay headquarters impact of FAA's inflation to constant lateral moves line of business memorandum of understanding moves between field Moves for Promotions offer a fixed payment for managers percent of managers policies on eligibility promotional moves provided by FAA quickly fill vacant receive funding regional offices relocation benefits Secretary of Transportation title 5 rules Traffic Services officials type of funding unfunded moves unfunded PCS moves vacant controller positions