Air Traffic Control: Advanced Automation System Still Vulnerable to Cost and Schedule Problems : Report to the Chair, Activities and Transportation Subcommittee, Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives
General Accounting Office, 1992 - Air traffic control - 16 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
19 Last AAS contract AAS demonstration facility AAS equipment AAS have forced AAS Phases AAS project ACCC additional Advanced Automation System advanced software functions Air Traffic Control benefits of AAS billion Committee on Appropriations concern controller work stations controller's controllers resolve potential cost and schedule Cost of AAS critical software current ATC system Current schedule delays in AAS Delays in implementing developing software en-route centers evaluate FAA and IBM FAA has taken FAA officials FAA'S Advanced Automation fuel costs hardware and software House Committee implementing AAS increases and schedule ISSS schedules isss work stations issues July margin of safety number of facilities PAMRI positive steps production decisions projects to sustain radar display reducing the margin reductions in fuel report on AAS schedule delays schedule problems Secretary of Transportation Sector Suite shortage of space Software Problems space for AAS steps to improve TCCC terminal Tower Control Transportation unresolved requirement Volpe Center