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  • B-15 - Certification Steering Committee Final Report
  • The Final Report of the Certification Steering Committee addresses the status of the 15 recommendations of the Certification Task Force, formed in 1998 at the request of the FAA Administrator. Over 200 members of the international aviation community participated in the Task Force to produce broad gauged recommendations for issues that were seen to introduce inefficiencies into the certification process. The 15 Task Force recommendations address the following topical areas: Organizational Focal Point in FAA Systems Engineering Capability Multi-tiered Airworthiness Requirements Human Performance Considerations Agreement or Regulator/Applicant Roles Standardize Designee Programs Early Deployment of Advanced Systems Instrument Approach Procedures to Exploit Current Capabilities Commonly Agreed Concept of Ops Eliminate Duplicate Committees Correct Misapplication of Rules Certification Process Improvements New Rule Harmonization Publicize how Rules have been applied A "No Fear" Feedback Process RTCA formed the Certification Steering and Select Committees in response to the FAA's request for a follow-on effort. The Steering Committee and its supporting Select Committee reviewed the 15 Task Force recommendations and documented FAA initiatives already underway for implementing certain Task Force recommendations and provided proposals for implementing those recommendations not yet addressed. Each Task Force recommendation is cited and the action taken to respond to the recommendation is discussed.
  • B-15-PDF
  • Electronic
  • Certification Steering Committee
  • 8/31/2001