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FAA’s FY 2005 Budget: Opportunities to Control Costs and Improve Effectiveness of Programs

Project ID: 
CC2004040

Summary

The Inspector General testified about FAA management and budget issues before the House Transportation-Treasury Appropriations Subcommittee. His testimony focused on FAA initiatives over the past year to control costs, opportunities for further cost reductions, and areas for improved performance, including FAA’s oversight of outsourced maintenance, the need to reduce the number of operational errors, and planning for impending wave of air traffic controller retirements. FAA Administrator Marion Blakey also testified.