Aviation Rulemaking

Aviation Rulemaking

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Original publisher: [Washington, D.C.]: The Office, [2001] OCLC Number: (OCoLC)48214428 Subject: Aeronautics, Commercial -- United States. Excerpt: ... Executive Summary Management has retained several layers of internal review. Process administration remains an area of concern. Rulemaking participants are not clear about job responsibilities, the updated information system contained consistent data on only the highest priority rules, and vital parts of the continuous improvement program have not yet materialized. Finally, FAA has not implemented recommended human capital management initiatives, rulemaking participants undergo limited training, and their performance is not tied to a consistent evaluation or rewards system. This report contains recommendations designed to improve the efficiency of FAA's rulemaking through, among other things, more timely and effective participation of management in decisionmaking and prioritization; more effective use of information management systems to monitor and improve the process; and implementation of human capital strategies to measure, evaluate, and provide performance incentives for process participants. FAA and departmental officials concurred with a number of the recommendations. They said that a few of the report's recommendations will require further consideration and that a specific response to each of the report's recommendations will be provided in the Department's response to the final report. Principal Findings Of the 76 significant rulemaking actions GAO reviewed, about 42 percent Steps of the Rulemaking were initiated in response to a congressional mandate or recommendation Process Were Completed in by NTSB. While congressional mandates may require that FAA take Varying Times That Often rulemaking action, NTSB's recommendations do not. However, FAA is Missed Legislative required to formally respond to the recommendation to specify what action Requirements is being taken and why. FAA initiated well over hal...Original publisher: [Washington, D.C.]: The Office, [2001] OCLC Number: (OCoLC)48214428 Subject: Aeronautics, Commercial -- United States.

Title:Aviation Rulemaking
Author:United States. Accounting Office
Publisher:Books LLC - 2011-09


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