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FAA's Air Traffic Control Organization Improves Their Selection, Planning, Funding and Execution of Projects

The Air Traffic Organization (ATO) within FAA is responsible to guide 50,000 aircraft through the national airspace system every day.  Their organization includes the 35,000 controllers, technicians, engineers, and support personnel whose daily efforts keep the airplanes moving.  With thousands of projects in progress at any given time, the ATO developed a Corporate Work Plan (CWP) system that provides a consistent way to select, plan, fund, and execute those projects.

 

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Pinnacle Client - Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

FAA's Air Traffic Control Organization Improves Their Selection, Planning, Funding and Execution of Projects