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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Briefers to the Study Committee." National Research Council. 2015. A Review of the Next Generation Air Transportation System: Implications and Importance of System Architecture. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21721.
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Briefers to the Study Committee

Sherry Borener, Federal Aviation Administration

Steven Bradford, Federal Aviation Administration

Edgar Calderon, Federal Aviation Administration

Vincent Capezzuto, Federal Aviation Administration

Rachel Carr, House Aviation Subcommittee, Minority Staff

Sean Cassidy, Air Line Pilot Association

Stephen Dickson, Delta Air Lines

Gerald Dillingham, Government Accountability Office

Glen Dyer, Excelis

Paul Fountain, Federal Aviation Administration

Giles Giovinazzi, House Aviation Subcommittee, Minority Staff

Fran Hill, Lockheed Martin

Michael Hritz, Federal Aviation Administration

Margaret Jenny, RTCA

Charles Keegan, Raytheon

Tom Kramer, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

Heather Krause, Government Accountability Office

Paul Krois, Federal Aviation Administration

Andrew Lacher, MITRE

Molly Laster, Government Accountability Office

Natesh Manikoth, Federal Aviation Administration

Mike Matousek, House Aviation Subcommittee, Majority Staff

Jay Merkle, Federal Aviation Administration

Michele Merkle, Federal Aviation Administration

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Briefers to the Study Committee." National Research Council. 2015. A Review of the Next Generation Air Transportation System: Implications and Importance of System Architecture. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21721.
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Robert Nichols, Federal Aviation Administration

Roberto Ortiz, Federal Aviation Administration

Madhav Panwar, Government Accountability Office

Simone Perez, House Aviation Subcommittee, Majority Staff

Joseph Post, Federal Aviation Administration

Andrew Rademaker, House Aviation Subcommittee, Majority Staff

Mike Riso, Professional Aviation Safety Specialists

Ron Stroup, Federal Aviation Administration

Rich Swayze, Senate Commerce Committee, Majority Staff

Joseph Teixeira, Federal Aviation Administration

Karlin Toner, Joint Planning and Development Office

Dan Watts, Federal Aviation Administration

Pamela Whitley, Federal Aviation Administration

Jesse Wijntjes, Federal Aviation Administration

Holly Woodruff Lyons, House Aviation Subcommittee, Majority Staff

Dale Wright, National Air Traffic Controllers Association

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Briefers to the Study Committee." National Research Council. 2015. A Review of the Next Generation Air Transportation System: Implications and Importance of System Architecture. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21721.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Briefers to the Study Committee." National Research Council. 2015. A Review of the Next Generation Air Transportation System: Implications and Importance of System Architecture. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21721.
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The Next Generation Air Transportation System's (NextGen) goal is the transformation of the U.S. national airspace system through programs and initiatives that could make it possible to shorten routes, navigate better around weather, save time and fuel, reduce delays, and improve capabilities for monitoring and managing of aircraft. A Review of the Next Generation Air Transportation provides an overview of NextGen and examines the technical activities, including human-system design and testing, organizational design, and other safety and human factor aspects of the system, that will be necessary to successfully transition current and planned modernization programs to the future system. This report assesses technical, cost, and schedule risk for the software development that will be necessary to achieve the expected benefits from a highly automated air traffic management system and the implications for ongoing modernization projects. The recommendations of this report will help the Federal Aviation Administration anticipate and respond to the challenges of implementing NextGen.

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