• GPS performance is better than ever and will continue to improve
— Augmentations enable even higher performance
— New civil GPS signal available now
— Many additional upgrades scheduled
• U.S. policy encourages worldwide use of civil GPS and augmentations
• International cooperation is a priority
• In pursuit of systems compatible and interoperable with GPS
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