Federal agency will audit FAA initiatives for air-traffic controllers

01/3/2013 | AirTrafficManagement.net (U.K.)

The Office of Inspector General plans to begin an audit of the Federal Aviation Administration's initiatives to try to increase the productivity of air-traffic controllers. "Our audit objective is to determine whether FAA's controller productivity initiatives are achieving their expected benefits and will result in cost savings to the agency," said Jeff Guzzetti, assistant inspector general.

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