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NextGen Advisory Committee Taking on Big Challenges
3/9/2017
RTCA Staff
Under the leadership of Chairman Dave Bronczek, President & COO of FedEx Corporation, and Designated Federal Official, Victoria Wassmer, FAA Acting Deputy Administrator, the NextGen Advisory Committee (NAC) reached consensus in its recent meeting to move forward with a tasking to focus on implementing NextGen in the Northeast Corridor. During the Committee's deliberations, members recognized that this is critical to making continuous improvements to the system in the NE. They highlighted the need for working through the technical, operational and community issues that must be identified up front and then mitigated through the NAC collaborative process.
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