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Air Traffic Organization
Fiscal Year 2011 Business Plan




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                                       2011 ATO Business Plan
The Air Traffic Organization's (ATO) Fiscal Year 2011             headlines, we remain diligent in our efforts to work with the
Business Plan has been developed through a structured             pilots who form the backbone of General Aviation (GA).
process, targeted both to respond to the Administrator's          The FAA continues to work jointly with the Alaska aviation
latest FAA Flight Plan initiatives and to meet the challenges     community through a number of organizations and safety
posed by the turbulent environment in which the ATO will          programs such as: the Medallion Foundation, Alaska Air
operate over the next five years. ATO is poised to perform        Carriers Association, Alaska Airman's Association, FAA
with rigor and to work with our customers and stakeholders        Safety Team, and Circle of Safety.
to meet their most urgent needs by leveraging our
strengths through globalization and innovation.                   In addition, we're using ADS-B to solidify the use of satellite
                                                                  surveillance in Alaska. The breadth of the geography there
This Business Plan reflects the specific actions and              makes the use of radar virtually impossible. Satellites
commitments we are taking in Fiscal Year 2011 to follow           aren't encumbered by terrain. The situational awareness
those focus areas. Each year, our Business Plan will map          benefits provided by the improved surveillance, broadcast
out the specific activities and commitments for that year         services, and improved avionics has proven to be a great
that lead to a transformed ATO in the future. In 2011 and         success; substantially reducing in the fatal accident rate for
beyond, our ATO Plan will build on our success, continue          aircraft equipped with ADS-B in Southwest Alaska.
the strategic transformation we have begun, and accelerate
our performance improvements. We will support the FAA's           As a result of that success, we are transferring the lessons
Flight Plan goals of improved safety, greater capacity,           learned in Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico, another location in
international leadership, and organizational excellence.          which radar coverage is limited. We are increasing our
                                                                  outreach and training to general aviation pilots to increase
                                                                  their skills and awareness.

Increased Safety                                                  We're making similar advances to air traffic control safety.
                                                                  The establishment of "proximity events" was a recognition
Our first commitment is to safety. The proof of our ability to    that our focus should be on the more serious operational
maintain that focus is in the actual safety record itself. In     errors and not on those that present little or no safety risk.
fiscal years 2007 and 2008, there were no commercial              Training programs and better automation will help us meet
passenger fatalities on commercial flights in the U. S.           our goal in FY 2011.
Knowing this, the issue facing FAA comes in the form of a
simple question with an exceedingly complex answer:               It is not a coincidence that we are in the safest period in the
When a system is so safe, how do you know where to                history of aviation. It took a lot of hard work and dedication
place your focus to keep it that way? With more                   from our employees, the aviation industry and external
passengers flying than ever, and fuel prices forcing airlines     stakeholders to get us here. The system is the safest it has
to look for ways to save money, the test has never been           ever been, and we will continue to work to keep it that way.
more daunting.

To address this challenge, we're moving away from the               Flight Plan Target: Commercial
anecdotal approach to safety and instead using data-                Air Carrier Fatality Rate
analysis to prevent accidents before they happen. Safety
                                                                    Cut the rate of fatalities per 100 million persons on board
Management Systems (SMS) are being put in place that
                                                                    in half by FY 2025. FY 2011 Target: 7.9
allow us to examine the data of what's actually happening
in the system. With SMS, we examine that data to isolate                 Strategic Initiative: NTSB Safety
the trends that very well could become the precursors to
accidents themselves. Three of the agency's largest lines                Issues
of business--Air Traffic, Aviation Safety and Airports--have             Address the National Transportation Safety Board's
these programs under way.                                                identified issues.
                                                                           Strategic Activity: National
These efforts complement other areas of focus, such as                     Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
the "Call to Action" we placed to industry regarding runway                Safety
safety. We used the data that had been accumulated with                    Address the National Transportation Safety Board's
our Safety Management System to isolate trends. With                       (NTSB) identified safety issues.
that information, we met with chief pilots, put new
technology in place, and revamped airport signage to                         Activity Target 1:
increase the levels of safety on the runway.                                 Complete FAA action acceptable to the
                                                                             Administrator on six (6) NTSB open items. Due
Even though commercial aviation draws most of the
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          August 30, 2011                                                    Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Complete the guidelines. Due September 30, 2011
    Strategic Initiative: Hazardous
    Materials Safety                                                     Strategic Initiative: Aeronautical
    Improve the safety of transporting hazardous materials               Information Management (AIM)
    by air.
      Strategic Activity: Hazardous Materials                            Modernization
                                                                         Modernize Aeronautical Information Management
      Safety Support                                                     (AIM) services to deliver accurate and timely digital
      Support the initiative owner by providing fire safety              aeronautical information, products and services to
      guidance for high energy density lithium batteries                 customers, including improved Notices to Airmen
      shipped as cargo.                                                  (NOTAM) and improved information on restricted and
          Activity Target 1:                                             regulated airspace.
                                                                           Strategic Activity: Notice to Airmen
          Evaluate the capabilities of existing airline hazmat
          containers to contain the hazards associated with                (NOTAM)
          a lithium batteries fire. Due October 31, 2010                   Implement strategies to modernize the United States
                                                                           NOTAM system to improve efficiency, timeliness,
    Strategic Initiative: Runway Safety                                    safety and value of NOTAMs to global NOTAM
                                                                           customers.
    Areas
    Where practical, upgrade Runway Safety Areas to                          Activity Target 1:
    meet standards.
                                                                             Maintain NOTAM system to collect, quality control,
      Strategic Activity: Runway Safety Area                                 and distribute military and civilian US NOTAM.
      (RSA) NAVAID Improvements                                              Report system's availability monthly. Due
      Complete all practicable RSA NAVAID                                    September 30, 2011
      improvements at certificated airports by the end of                    Activity Target 2:
      FY2015.                                                                Provide candidate NOTAM submission capability
          Activity Target 1:                                                 to all OEP airports. Due August 30, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 3:
          Provide updated RSA NAVAID completion plan
          and schedule showing year by year targets                          Complete system interface of NOTAM distribution
          through FY 2015. Due June 20, 2011                                 capability to facilities. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Provide a quarterly RSA sterilization Needs                        Implement and initiate operations of the federal
          Assessment Program (NAP) data report. Due the                      NOTAMs system. Due August 30, 2011
          end of each quarter. Due September 30, 2011                      Strategic Activity: AISR Modernization
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide services to support preflight, in-flight, and
          Complete NAVAID improvements to 15 runway                        post flight activities for pilots, air traffic control and
          safety areas through removal or provision of                     other NAS customers and system.
          frangibility meeting FAA airport design standards.
                                                                             Activity Target 1:
          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                             Maintain minimum required systems availability to
    Strategic Initiative: Human Factors                                      support aeronautical information briefings and
    Continue research to identify human factors that may                     flight planning. Due September 30, 2011
    contribute to accidents. Develop and implement                         Strategic Activity: Architecture and AMS
    strategies, methods, and technologies that reduce                      Develop baseline and future AIM architecture
    safety risk.                                                           consistent with international and FAA standards and
      Strategic Activity: Human Factors                                    best practices. Ensure FAA AMS processes are
      Guidelines for design and evaluation of                              incorporated into AIM systems development.
      surface moving map displays.                                           Activity Target 1:
      Provide human factors guidelines for the design and
      evaluation of surface moving map displays that show                    Integrate "TO BE" AIM Enterprise Architecture into
      ownership and traffic.                                                 NAS architecture. Due August 30, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Ensure 90% of new AIM projects are captured
          Draft report of pilot interviews on surface moving                 Enterprise Architecture. Due September 30, 2011
          map usability. Due March 30, 2011


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      Strategic Activity: Military and Air Traffic                            Activity Target 1:
      Control (ATC) Airspace Management                                       Coordinate reliable and consistent data sharing of
      Provide services to support safe and effective use of                   air traffic control safety information between Air
      military and ATC airspace.                                              Traffic Safety Action Program (ATSAP) and ASIAS
                                                                              throughout FY11. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Activity Target 2:
          Maintain minimum required systems availability to                   Coordinate reliable and consistent data sharing of
          support military airspace scheduling. Report                        airway transportation system specialist safety
          monthly status. Due September 30, 2011                              information and ASIAS, once the memorandum of
    Strategic Initiative: Third-Party                                         understanding (MOU) is approved and reports
                                                                              become available throughout FY11. Due
    Development of RNP Procedures                                             September 30, 2011
    Provide third parties the ability to design, flight check,
    and implement RNP approach procedures with FAA                          Strategic Activity: Automated Tools for
    providing safety oversight.                                             ASIAS
      Strategic Activity: Third-Party                                       Support the ASIAS initiative by coordinating
                                                                            integration of internal FAA databases into ASIAS.
      Development of RNP Procedures
      Provide third party sources the ability to develop                      Activity Target 1:
      Required Navigation Performance (RNP) Special
                                                                              Develop a Facility Operations Module that includes
      Aircraft and Aircrew Authorization Required (SAAR)
                                                                              NAS facility data elements that are specific to NAS
      instrument approaches including design flight
                                                                              safety oversight. Due July 31, 2011
      verification/validation and maintenance.

          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Strategic Initiative: Aeronautical
          Work with third-party vendors who established                   Information Dissemination
          Other Transaction Agreements in FY2010 to                       Provide pilots with safe access to the NAS by
          complete qualification process for end-to-end                   analyzing and disseminating aeronautical and
          procedure development for RNP SAAAR approach                    meteorological information to pilots and controllers
          procedures. Due September 30, 2011                              through innovative systems.
                                                                            Strategic Activity: Standards for Weather
    Strategic Initiative: RNP/RNAV                                          Products
    Helicopter Routes                                                       Establish standards for weather products to be data
    Apply appropriate FAA standards and criteria in the                     linked to the cockpit.
    helicopter RNP/RNAV route development process.
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
      Strategic Activity: Simultaneous Non
                                                                              Verify and validate current and future datalink
      Interfering (SNI) Operations for                                        system attributes to support icing and turbulence
      RNP/RNAV Helicopter Routes                                              information to the cockpit. Due May 31, 2011
      Implement SNI operations to separation flight paths                     Activity Target 2:
      and landing areas of helicopters and fixed wing
      aircraft competing for terminal area airspace.                          Document and report the current and future
                                                                              datalink attributes to support the uplinking of icing
      Provide guidance, oversight, and coordination in
                                                                              and turbulence information to the cockpit. Due
      developing and implementing RNP/RNAV helicopter
                                                                              August 31, 2011
      routes.
          Activity Target 1:                                         Flight Plan Target: General
          Develop a plan to implement helicopter RNAV                Aviation Fatal Accident Rate
          departure procedures. Due August 31, 2011                  Reduce the fatal accident rate per 100,000 flight hours by
                                                                     10 percent over a 10-year period (2009-2018). FY 2011
    Strategic Initiative: Aviation Safety                            Target: 1.08
    Information Analysis and Sharing
    Collect safety data at a national level and consolidate               Strategic Initiative: Automatic
    the data under the Aviation Safety Information                        Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast
    Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) program.
      Strategic Activity: ATSAP/ASIAS
                                                                          (ADS-B) Service Implementation
                                                                          By FY 2014, achieve operations of Automatic
      Architecture                                                        Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) for air
      Develop and implement an ASIAS enterprise                           traffic services across the NAS and continue
      architecture interface between ATSAP and ASIAS.                     development of surface conflict detection in the cockpit
                                                                          and near-term Air-to-Air applications.

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      Strategic Activity: Deployment of                                  concept.
      Automatic Dependent Surveillance -
      Broadcast (ADS-B)                                                    Activity Target 1:
      Continue deployment of Surveillance and Broadcast                    Deliver draft technical report: Regulatory-based
      Services (SBS) at sites across the National Airspace                 Causal Factor Framework to UAS -- "see and
      System (NAS) in support of the SBS National                          avoid" in IFR Operations. Due July 31, 2011
      Program Baseline.
                                                                       Strategic Initiative: WAAS
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                       Approaches
          Begin infrastructure implementation of Essential             Develop and publish Wide Area Augmentation System
          and Critical Services for 40 Service Volumes. Due            (WAAS) approaches. In FY 2009 we will publish 500
          September 30, 2011                                           WAAS approaches.
          Activity Target 2:                                             Strategic Activity: Aviation Systems
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                     Standards (AJW-3)
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                          Develop and Publish Wide Area Augmentation
      Strategic Activity: Develop National and                           System (WAAS)/Localizer Performance with Vertical
                                                                         (LPV) Guidance or Localizer Performance (LP)
      International Standards                                            Instrument Approach Procedures.
      Develop national and international standards.
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                               Aviation System Standards (AJW-3/AVN) will
          Begin In Trail Procedures operational evaluation                 provide flight inspection support towards the
          flights in the Pacific. Due August 30, 2011                      production goal of 500 WAAS LPV/LP procedures.
                                                                           Due September 30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: Demonstrate New
      Automatic Dependent Surveillance -                                 Strategic Activity: Navigation Services
      Broadcast (ADS-B) Applications                                     (AJW-4)
      Demonstrate applications that utilize ADS-B                        Fund and deliver airport surveys to Aviation System
      capabilities.                                                      Standards (AJW-3). Provide funding to AJW-3 for
                                                                         procedures development, flight inspection, and
          Activity Target 1:                                             charting services.
          Complete Target Level of Safety (TLS) draft                      Activity Target 1:
          performance and safety assessment for En Route
          3 Nautical Mile (3NM) Separation. Due June 30,                   Provide funding to AJV for 500 WAAS LPV/LP
          2011                                                             procedures. Due January 15, 2011 or 60 days
          Activity Target 2:                                               after receipt of funds under a continuing resolution.
                                                                           Due January 15, 2011
          Through the use of the ADS-B In Aviation
          Rulemaking Committee (ARC), deliver industry                   Strategic Activity: WAAS Approaches
          recommendations on a strategy for incorporating                (11S2K)
          ADS-B In into the NAS. Due September 30, 2011                  WAAS Approaches (11S2K)
    Strategic Initiative: UAS Procedures
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
    Develop policies, procedures, and approval processes
    to enable operation of unmanned aircraft systems                       Complete the validation of all AC 150-5300-18B
    (UAS).                                                                 surveys funded prior to May 1st, 2010. Due
                                                                           September 30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: UAS SMS Analysis
      AJP -- Operational Planning will support the initiative            Strategic Activity: Aviation Systems
      by applying safety management system (SMS)                         Standards
      principles of safety risk management (SRM) and                     Develop and Publish Wide Area Augmentation
      safety assurance (SA) to support policy and                        System (WAAS)/Localizer Performance with Vertical
      procedures that will enable operation of unmanned                  (LPV) Guidance or Localizer Performance (LP)
      aircraft systems (UAS) in the National Airspace                    Instrument Approach Procedures.
      System (NAS) under 14 CFR regulations. Study
      potential safety implications of integrating UAS in the              Activity Target 1:
      NAS by building upon the regulatory-based causal                     The National Aeronautical Navigation Services
      factor framework (RCFF) developed in FY10. In                        Group (AJW-37) will develop and publish 500
      particular, analyze the "see and avoid" regulatory                   WAAS LPV/LP procedures, to include 10
      requirements of 14 CFR Part 25 certificated aircraft                 procedures in Alaska. Due September 30, 2011
      operating under Part 121 rules through the RCFF
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          Activity Target 2:                                                  Activity Target 2:
          The National Aeronautical Navigation Services                       Monitor the service provider's compliance with APL
          Group (AJW-37) will formulate two lists of 400                      levels as identified in Quality Assurance
          runway ends each which require new airport                          Surveillance Plan (QASP) report quarterly. Due
          obstruction surveys. The first list of 400 runway                   September 30, 2011
          ends shall be provided to AJW-4 by 31 March
          2011, to meet the LPV/LP production goals in FY
                                                                            Strategic Activity: Flight Services
          2012. Due March 30, 2011                                          Contract Oversight - Monitor Staffing,
          Activity Target 3:                                                Training, and Operational Certifications
                                                                            Continue to execute the Lockheed Martin contract by
          The National Aeronautical Navigation Services
                                                                            providing oversight of Contract Flight Services to the
          Group (AJW-37) will formulate two lists of 400
                                                                            contiguous United States, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii.
          runway ends each which require new airport
          obstruction surveys. The second list of 400 runway
          ends shall be provided by 31 July 2011, to meet                     Activity Target 1:
          the LPV/LP production goals in FY2012. Due July
                                                                              Use management controls including metrics, to
          31, 2011
                                                                              determine CONUS vendor compliance with AFSS
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                              contract service requirements relating to staffing,
          Aviation System Standards (AJW-3/AVN) will                          training controls, and operations certifications.
          provide flight inspection support towards the                       Report monthly. Due September 30, 2011
          production goal of 500 WAAS LPV/LP procedures.
          Due September 30, 2011                                            Strategic Activity: Flight Services
                                                                            Contract Oversight - Customer
    Strategic Initiative: Human Factors                                     Satisfaction
    Continue research to identify human factors that may                    Collect and evaluate the customer satisfaction
    contribute to accidents. Develop and implement                          assessments and quarterly surveys of Lockheed
    strategies, methods, and technologies that reduce                       Martin's FS-21 Flight Services delivery to maintain
    safety risk.                                                            and improve the quality of services provided to FAA
      Strategic Activity: Countermeasures to                                Customers.
      task overload and workload breakdowns
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
      for single pilots flying very light jets.
      Using a flight simulator, develop recommendations                       Conduct periodic trend analysis with customer
      that include training and technological                                 feedback to develop reports and recommendations
      countermeasures to task overload and workload                           for improvements. Due April 30, 2011
      breakdowns for single-pilots flying very light jets.                    Activity Target 2:
                                                                              Report quarterly survey results within 60 days of
          Activity Target 1:                                                  survey completion. Due September 30, 2011
          Run subject pilots through the flight simulator
          scenarios. Due March 30, 2011
                                                                            Strategic Activity: Flight Services
          Activity Target 2:                                                Oversight - Monitor Costs
                                                                            Monitor the cost of providing Flight Services and
          Complete countermeasures report. Due                              produce analysis of benefits and identify efficiencies
          September 30, 2011                                                and cost effective improvements.
    Strategic Initiative: AFSS Contract                                       Activity Target 1:
    Manage the Automated Flight Service Station (AFSS)                        Track and report expected savings and cost
    contract to provide quality flight services to the                        avoidances resulting from the AFSS A-76 effort.
    contiguous United States, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii.                        Due August 15, 2011
      Strategic Activity: Flight Service                                      Activity Target 2:
      Contract Oversight - Quality Assurance                                  Ensure budget activities for CONUS Automated
      Maintain an effective program to monitor                                Flight Service Stations remain within the overall
      performance of Contract Service Provider (Lockheed                      10% established variance Due September 30,
      Martin) for AFSS Contract to determine achievement                      2011
      of Acceptable Performance Level (APL).
          Activity Target 1:                                           Flight Plan Target: Alaska
          Evaluate and/or validated CONUS AFSS contract                Accident Rate
          performance data and report results quarterly. Due           By the end of FY2019 reduce the Rate of Fatal and
          September 30, 2011                                           Serious Injury Accidents by 10% in 10 years. FY 2011
                                                                       Target: 1.84

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    Strategic Initiative: WAAS Operation                                  Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) published a
                                                                          Safety Study in November 1995 that identified
    Achieve full operational capability of WAAS by                        deficiencies in the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)
    completing all hardware and software changes needed                   system such as inadequate low-altitude navigation
    to complete the system.                                               infrastructure and instrument approaches. In
      Strategic Activity: Development of                                  conjunction with the Capstone program, Air Traffic
      WAAS                                                                Organization (ATO), Technical Operations Services,
      Reduce accidents in Alaska for general aviation and                 enabled the operational use of Global Positioning
      all Parts 135 operations.                                           System (GPS) and Wide Area Augmentation System
                                                                          (WAAS) for navigation and access to uncontrolled
          Activity Target 1:                                              airports by developing GPS airways and instrument
          Provide funding for publishing of 8 RNAV (GPS)                  approach/departure procedures. The RNAV/RNP
          LPV/LP procedures. Due January 15, 2011 or 60                   initiative provides an avenue for En Route and
          days after receipt of funds under a continuing                  Aviation Safety to work closely to manage an
          resolution. Due January 15, 2011                                integrated schedule to operationally enable a
                                                                          GPS/RNAV WAAS Route structure in Alaska to
      Strategic Activity: Publish minimums to                             complete implementation by 2010. This will improve
      runways in Alaska                                                   operator efficiency, access and safety, while
      Publish minimums to runways in Alaska                               incrementally reducing dependency on ground
                                                                          based navigation facilities, with a goal of future
          Activity Target 1:                                              divestment.
          Aviation System Standards (AJW-3) will provide                    Activity Target 1:
          flight inspection services in support of the
          production goal for 10 RNAV (GPS) procedures to                   Alaska routes initiative completed. Due October 1,
          runways in Alaska in accordance with Flight Plan                  2010
          Initiative 11S2K, WAAS Approaches. Due                        Strategic Initiative: Flight Services
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                            in Alaska
                                                                        Provide high quality flight services to our customers in
          National Aeronautical Navigation Services (AJW-
                                                                        Alaska.
          37) will develop and publish 10 of RNAV (GPS)
          instrument approach procedures with                             Strategic Activity: Maintain
          LPV/LP/RNAV minimums to runways in Alaska in                    infrastructure and Sustain Equipment in
          accordance with Flight Plan Initiative 11S2K,                   Alaska Flight Services
          WAAS Approaches. Due September 30, 2011                         Maintain infrastructure and sustain Flight Service
                                                                          equipment used to support the delivery of Flight
    Strategic Initiative: Weather Data                                    Services in Alaska.
    and Images
    Continue to optimize weather camera benefits and                        Activity Target 1:
    explore alternative technologies.                                       In coordination with Alaska Flight Services
      Strategic Activity: Support of Expanding                              Information Area Group, AJW, and Western
      the Use of Weather Cameras                                            Service Center, maintain and sustain Alaska
      AJR will use weather cameras to enhance aviation                      Automated Flight Service Station and Flight
      safety improvements in the Alaska Region.                             Service Station Facilities. Produce four (4) reports
                                                                            of sustainment activities accomplished. Due
          Activity Target 1:                                                September 30, 2011
          AJR will complete installation and make services                  Activity Target 2:
          available to the public for 24 additional weather                 Maintain and sustain activities of flight services
          camera sites. Due September 30, 2011                              automation system Operation and Supportability
                                                                            Implementation System (OASIS)/Alaska Flight
    Strategic Initiative: RNP/RNAV                                          Services Modernization (AFSM) in Alaska. Report
    WAAS Route Structure                                                    the activities that were accomplished to sustain
    Implement an improved statewide public RNP/RNAV                         facilities in accordance with tasks Project Scope
    WAAS-enabled route structure.                                           Agreement with Western Service Center. Due
      Strategic Activity: En Route Support for                              September 25, 2011
      Required Navigation Performance / Area                              Strategic Activity: Monitor and Maintain
      Navigation (RNP/RNAV) Routes for ATO                                a High Quality of Service to Our
      The RNAV/RNP initiative has been in the FAA Flight                  Customers in Alaska
      Plan since 2004 in support of the congressionally                   Maintain an aggressive Quality Assurance program
      mandated Alaska Capstone program. The National                      to monitor Flight Service Performance in Alaska
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      addressing the reduction of operational deficiencies          million operations, and maintain or improve through FY
      in all areas.                                                 2013. FY 2011 Target: 0.450
          Activity Target 1:                                             Strategic Initiative: Human Error
          Conduct two on-site assessments in Alaska to                   Risk Reduction
          validate Flight Services Acceptable Performance                Improve training, procedures, evaluation, analysis,
          Levels (APL) and make recommendations. Due                     testing, and certification to reduce the risk of runway
          August 31, 2011                                                incursions resulting from errors by pilots, air traffic
      Strategic Activity: Conduct Flight                                 controllers, pedestrians, vehicle operators, tug
      Services Safety related outreach in                                operators, and individuals conducting aircraft taxi
                                                                         operations.
      Alaska and reduction of aviation
                                                                           Strategic Activity: Runway Incursion
      accidents in Alaska
      Education is one of the keys to reducing aviation
                                                                           Risk Reduction
                                                                           Improve training, procedures, evaluation, analysis,
      accidents in Alaska.
                                                                           testing, and certification to reduce the risk of runway
          Activity Target 1:                                               incursions resulting from errors by pilots, air traffic
                                                                           controllers, and airport authorized pedestrians,
          AFSIAG will continue to conduct Flight Services
                                                                           vehicle operators, tug operators, and mechanics
          safety related outreach activities each month..
                                                                           conducting aircraft taxi operations.
          Report accomplishments quarterly. Due
          September 30, 2011                                                 Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Conduct a minimum of 50 Regional Runway
          Maintain a baseline of no more than two (2)                        Safety Action Team meetings by September 30,
          Operational Errors (OEs) and six (6) Operational                   2011. Runway Safety Action Team reports will be
          Deviations (OD) in Alaska annually. Due                            issued and recommendations entered into the
          September 30, 2011                                                 Office of Safety's Runway Safety Tracking System
      Strategic Activity: Continue to provide                                and tracked on a continual basis for timely
                                                                             implementation and/or disposition. Interim goal of
      Flight Services in Alaska                                              20 Runway Safety Action Teams by 03/31/2011,
      Continue to provide Flight Services in Alaska by
                                                                             and more than 50 Runway Safety Action Teams by
      implementing, maintaining, sustaining and
                                                                             the end of the fiscal year. Due September 30,
      transitioning Flight Service automation used to
                                                                             2011
      support the delivery of Flight Services in Alaska.
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Conduct activities (briefings, staff a safety booth)
          Continue sustainment activities of the current flight              to prepare for and participate in "Sun 'n Fun" Fly-In
          service automation system in Alaska (OASIS).                       Aviation Safety Convention. Due April 30, 2011
          Continue solution implementation and transitioning                 Activity Target 3:
          of the Alaska Flight Service Modernization (AFSM)                  Conduct activities (briefings, staff a safety booth)
          automation system. Provide status on a monthly                     to prepare for and participate at the "Oshkosh"
          basis. Due September 25, 2011                                      annual fly in. Due August 30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: Alaska Flight Services                             Activity Target 4:
      Oversight Performance Monitoring                                       Conduct/participate in at least 20 of the following:
      Evaluate and/or validate Performance Data and                          Pilot Seminars that complement the WINGS
      report results                                                         program, Federal Aviation Administration's Pilot
                                                                             Proficiency Awards Program, and Flight Instructor
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Refresher Courses, Commercial Flight
          Monitor Service Performance against APL. Report                    Instructor/Designated Pilot Examiner refresher
          quarterly. Due September 30, 2011                                  courses, Airport Safety Meetings and/or Air Traffic
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Control Safety Awareness Initiatives, etc. at both
                                                                             towered and non-towered airports. Complete an
          Continue to evaluate the data collection methods
                                                                             interim goal of at least 10 by March 31, 2011. Due
          and frequency of inspections annually. Submit
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          recommendations for adjustments as needed after
          annual review. Due September 30, 2011                          Strategic Initiative: Runway Status
  Flight Plan Target: Runway                                             Lights
                                                                         Continue to evaluate and deploy runway status lights
  Incursions (Category A and B)                                          at ASDE-X airports.
  By FY 2010, reduce Category A and B (most serious)
  runway incursions to a rate of no more than 0.45 per
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      Strategic Activity: Deploy Runway Status                           (NATCA) Director of Safety and Technology) co-
      Lights                                                             chair, will set overall policy and oversee the Root
      The Runway Status Lights (RWSL) System                             Causal Analysis Team.
      integrates a light warning system with approach and                  Activity Target 1:
      surface surveillance systems to provide a visual
      signal indicating to pilots and vehicle operators that it            The Office of Safety will provide an agenda at least
      is unsafe to enter, cross or begin takeoff on a                      one week prior to the Root Causal Analysis Team
      runway. The RWSL system is driven automatically                      meeting and identify the serious events that will be
      using computer processing of integrated Airport                      evaluated accompanied by the Pilot Deviations,
      Surface Detection Equipment -- Model X and                           Operational Errors, and Vehicle/Pedestrian
      terminal surveillance information. The RWSL system                   Deviations data associated with the events. Prior
      software detects the presence and motion of aircraft                 to the meeting, the Flight Standards Subject Matter
      and surface vehicles on or near the runways,                         Expert will review Enforcement Investigation
      illuminates red runway-entrance lights (RELs) if the                 Reports and Letters of Investigation identified on
      runway is unsafe for entry or crossing, and                          the monthly agenda and will be prepared to
      illuminates red takeoff-hold lights (THLs) if the                    discuss findings. Eight (8) will be needed
      runway is unsafe for departure. The system                           throughout the fiscal year therefore an interim
      extinguishes the lights automatically as appropriate                 target of four (4) will be needed by March 31,
      when the runway is no longer unsafe. The RWSL                        2011. Due September 30, 2011
      program received approval from the JRC for 22                        Activity Target 2:
      operational and 3 support sites.                                     The Root Causal Analysis Team will review and
                                                                           evaluate four (4) events (serious and/or significant
      The deployment of Runway Status Lights (RWSL)                        incursions) and report results and
      will provide another layer of safety to help reduce                  recommendations to the Runway Safety Council.
      runway incursions and provide a direct warning                       Interim target of two (2) reviews by March 31,
      capability to flight crews and airport vehicle                       2011. Due September 30, 2011
      operators. RWSL Program Segment 1 activities
      include completion of Site Acceptance Test (SAT)
                                                                         Strategic Activity: Runway Safety
      and achieving Initial Operational Capability (IOC).                Council (RSC) Implementation Plan
                                                                         The Root Causal Analysis Team (RCAT) examines
          Activity Target 1:                                             data and related information from, but not limited to,
          Site acceptance testing (SAT) completed Due April              Pilot Deviations, Operational Errors and Vehicle/Pilot
          30, 2011                                                       Deviations to determine root causal factors. The
          Activity Target 2:                                             team then identifies intervention strategies to
                                                                         eliminate and/or mitigate the root causal factors
          First-site initial operational capability (IOC) date           leading up to the incident and provide a strategy for
          Due July 31, 2011                                              implementation of the recommendations to the RSC.
          Activity Target 3:                                             The RCAT will examine data from AFS (PD's), ATO
          Achieve Initial Operating Capability (IOC) at key              (OE's) and ARP (V/PD's) investigations and attempt
          site. Due May 31, 2011                                         to determine root causal factors for the incident. The
          Activity Target 4:                                             data used in these analyses will be a consolidation
          Complete Runway Status Lights Operational Test                 of many offices' input and will delve deep into the
          and Evaluation. Due April 30, 2011                             reasons and/or causes for the incident as well as
          Activity Target 5:                                             those circumstances that allowed the incident to
                                                                         occur. The diverse makeup of the subject matter
          Complete First Site Initial Operational Capability             experts (SMEs) will enhance the capability of the
          Due May 31, 2011                                               team to discover those factors that have evaded
    Strategic Initiative: Improved                                       discovery to date. Once these root causal factors are
                                                                         identified, the team will examine ways to create
    Runway Incursion Analysis                                            controls that will limit, or eliminate, their
    Capability                                                           reoccurrence. For those periods of reduced severe
    Design, develop and implement an improved runway                     Category incursions, the team will use historical data
    incursion analysis capability.                                       to identify priority airports in an effort to mitigate
      Strategic Activity: Runway Safety                                  hazards and offer safety recommendations to reduce
                                                                         risks. The RSC will review output from the RCAT
      Council Implementation
                                                                         and adopt a strategy to implement the
      Senior-level safety officials from a select group of
                                                                         recommendations and/or call for further study of an
      organizations will be invited to participate and meet
                                                                         issue.
      regularly. The Council, under the direction of a
      government (Director of Runway Safety) and
      industry (National Air Traffic Controllers Association
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          Activity Target 1:                                              target for each aircraft. Through the implementation
          AJS-4 will provide an agenda at least one week                  of data tags, ASDE-X
          prior to the RCAT meeting and identify the serious              provides the ability to accurately identify each
          events that will be evaluated accompanied by the                aircraft within a queue preventing unnecessary
          PDs, OEs, and V/PDs associated with the events.                 coordination and communication.
          Prior to the meeting, the AFS SME will review                   This improved capability will reduce the time spent
          Enforcement Investigation Reports (EIR) and                     between clearance deliveries and in turn lead to less
          Letters of Investigation (LOI) identified on the                taxi time and delays.
          monthly agenda and will be prepared to discuss                  ASDE-X is part of the Operational Evolution
          findings. Due September 30, 2011                                Partnership (OEP) version 1. The program was
                                                                          added to OEP in March/April
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          2006. Implement technology/equipment to achieve
          Assess progress to ensure support provided is                   or exceed target safety levels by deploying Airport
          meeting monthly expectations and is projected to                Surface Detection
          achieve end of year performance goal. Due March                 Equipment Model X (ASDE-X) and retrofitting ASDE-
          10, 2011                                                        X equipment into ASDE-3 locations.
    Strategic Initiative: ASDE-X                                            Activity Target 1:
    Installation                                                            Assess progress for achieving Initial Operating
    Install Airport Surface Detection Equipment-Model X                     Capability (IOC) at three (3) Airport Surface
    (ASDE-X) and retrofit ASDE-X equipment capability                       Detection Equipment, Model X (ASDE-X) sites.
    into selected Airport Movement Area Safety System                       Due March 31, 2011
    (AMASS) installations, such as Los Angeles and                          Activity Target 2:
    Newark airports.                                                        Achieve Initial Operating Capability (IOC) at three
      Strategic Activity: Airport Surface                                   (3) Airport Surface Detection Equipment, Model X
      Detection Equipment, Model X (ASDE-X)                                 (ASDE-X) sites. Due September 30, 2011
      ASDE-X is a surface surveillance system that                          Activity Target 3:
      provides seamless multi-sensor airport surveillance
                                                                            Achieve Initial Operating Capability (IOC) at three
      with identification
                                                                            (3) Airport Surface Detection Equipment, Model X
      and conflict alerting to air traffic controllers. It
                                                                            (ASDE-X) sites. Due September 30, 2011
      provides controllers with a visual representation of
                                                                            Activity Target 4:
      the traffic situation on the
      airport movement area and arrival corridors. ASDE-                    Achieve Initial Operating Capability (IOC) at three
      X includes safety logic, which combined with                          (3) Airport Surface Detection Equipment, Model X
      surveillance information from                                         (ASDE-X) sites. Due September 30, 2011
      ASDE-X, determines if the current and/or projected
      positions and movement characteristics of tracked            Flight Plan Target: Total Runway
      aircraft/vehicles present                                    Incursions
      a potential collision situation. Visual and audible
                                                                   By the end of FY 2013, reduce total runway incursions by
      alerts are provided to air traffic controllers. The
                                                                   10 percent to 909 from the FY 2008 baseline number of
      ASDE-X system is particularly
                                                                   1009. FY 2011 Target: 959
      useful as a traffic control aid during hours of
      darkness and during other conditions of poor                      Strategic Initiative: National Runway
      visibility. ASDE-X was developed to
      aid in preventing surface collisions and in reducing
                                                                        Safety Plan
      critical Category A and B runway incursions. ASDE-                Publish a National Runway Safety Plan (NRSP).
      X supports the FAA
      Flight Plan goals for increased safety and greater                  Strategic Activity: National Runway
      capacity. ASDE-X enhances safety through the                        Safety Plan
      improvement of the surface                                          Implementation of the Runway Safety Strategy to
      movement infrastructure. It increases efficiency by                 achieve a significant reduction in the severity and
      improving air traffic controllers' situational                      frequency of Runway Incursions requires a strategy
      awareness. ASDE-X provides                                          encompassing a vision, a mission, and a set of goals
      flight call signs for all transponder-equipped targets.             and objectives that provide guideposts and
      As a result, controllers are able to view the ASDE-X                milestones. This document, first published in FY
      display to determine                                                2009, laid out a strategy undertaken by the Office of
      the correct order of aircraft within the queue, monitor             Runway Safety which ties directly to the Department
      whether aircraft are following their prescribed taxi                of Transportation and Federal Aviation
      routes, and validate that                                           Administration missions. The Runway Safety office
      the proper beacon code is associated with the radar                 will update the National Runway Safety Plan based
                                                                          on information collected and activities conducted in
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      FY 2010.                                                           evaluating runway status lights at small Airports with
                                                                         Low Cost Ground Surveillance.
          Activity Target 1:                                               Activity Target 1:
          The Office of Runway Safety will update and                      Publish Runway Status Lights/Runway Intersection
          publish a new version of the National Runway                     Lights Operation Evaluation Report for Boston.
          Safety Plan. The Office of Runway Safety will                    Due February 28, 2011
          continue to monitor progress and make note of any                Activity Target 2:
          updates needed in the plan for the next version,
          anticipated in FY 2013. The running list of changes              Publish the initial feasibility study report on
          will be recorded and reported to the Director of                 whether Low Cost Ground Surveillance can
          Runway Safety on a quarterly basis throughout                    operate as a potential sensor to drive the
          FY2011. Due September 30, 2011                                   activation of Runway Status Lights safety logic.
                                                                           Due September 30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: 2% Total RI Reduction                            Activity Target 3:
      in FY 2011, 10% by FY 2013                                           Complete development of NAS modification to
      Activity: To achieve the reduction in year 2, each                   Precision Approach Path Indicator equipment for
      LOB should update their plan and schedule to                         use with Final Approach Runway Occupancy
      identify how they plan to achieve their goal for that                Signal. Due September 30, 2011
      year. 1-2-2-2-3% yearly reductions in total Runway
      Incursions are based on FY 2008 baseline numbers                 Strategic Initiative: Low Cost
      by which to calculate the 2% reduction are: OEs -                Ground Surveillance (LCGS)
      165 PDs - 651 VPDs - 196 Total - 1012
                                                                       Systems
          Activity Target 1:                                           Continue to test and plan implementation of low cost
          Update ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                       ground surveillance (LCGS) systems.
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan to include               Strategic Activity: Low Cost Ground
          activities to reduce Runway Incursion OEs by 2%                Surveillance Systems
          in FY 2011. A copy of this updated Action Plan by              The Federal Aviation Administration is considering
          AJT will be provided to Wes Timmons in AJS by                  the use of low-cost, commercially available radar
          the end of the calendar year. Due December 31,                 surveillance systems that would reduce the risk of
          2010                                                           runway incursions at certain small and medium-
          Activity Target 2:                                             sized airports. We would install these systems at
          Assess and provide report on progress in                       airports that do not have Airport Surface Detection
          implementation of ATO-Terminal's Runway                        Equipment (either ASDE-3 or ASDE-X). We
          Incursion Reduction Plan to meet the FY 2011                   evaluated two different technologies at Spokane,
          target of reducing total RIs by 2%. Due March 31,              Washington. One was determined to be
          2011                                                           unacceptable and has been removed. Controllers
          Activity Target 3:                                             and pilots can safely conduct ground operations
                                                                         through visual and voice communication due to
          Report ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                         lower traffic levels and less complex operations at
          Reduction Plan results towards achieving the                   these airports. A low-cost system would further
          FY2011 goal of a 2% reduction in total Runway                  reduce the risk of ground incidents or accidents,
          Incursions (RIs). Due September 30, 2011                       especially during periods of low visibility. The
          Activity Target 4:                                             Federal Aviation Administration recently sent out an
          Provide monthly status to ATO-S on progress in                 industry survey to determine what systems are
          meeting FY 2011 target of 2% reduction of total                currently in the market. The Federal Aviation
          runway incursions. Due September 30, 2011                      Administration will build additional runway safety
                                                                         applications such as Runway Status Lights and
    Strategic Initiative: Runway                                         Surface Movement Guidance and Control System
    Incursion Reduction Program (RIRP)                                   upon the basic infrastructure provided by the Low
    Continue to develop, enhance, and test runway status                 Cost Ground Surveillance.
    lights functionality for application at a wider array of
    airports.                                                            The FAA will continue the evaluation of Low Cost
      Strategic Activity: Research and                                   Ground Surveillance (LCGS) systems at the four
      Development Portion of the Runway                                  pilot sites. User training materials and equipment
                                                                         maintenance philosophy will be developed. Cost
      Status Lights Program                                              data will be collected in anticipation of business case
      Continue developing, testing, and evaluating runway                preparation in FY2012
      status lights at Airport Movement Area Safety
      System and Airport Surface Detection Equipment-
      Model X airports. Continue developing, testing, and
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          Activity Target 1:                                             than 66% required radar separation) on a quarterly
          Procure and install system at site three airport.              basis.
          Due May 31, 2011                                                 Strategic Activity: Continue Working the
          Activity Target 2:                                               System Losses of Standard Separation
          Procure and install system at site four airport. Due             Index
          September 30, 2011                                               Continue working the System LoSS Index (SLI)
          Activity Target 3:                                               established in FY 2010 based on all reported radar
                                                                           Losses of Standard Separation that accurately
          Publish a pilot system operational evaluation
                                                                           measures the air traffic system's conformance to
          report. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                           Standard Separation.
    Strategic Initiative: Capstone3 -
                                                                             Activity Target 1:
    Runway Safety Technology                                                 Provide to the Operations Council, through AJS-3,
    Accelerate the process of evaluating Electronic Flight
                                                                             with Quarterly Reports on AJE actions (training,
    Bags, moving map displays and aural alerting cockpit
                                                                             procedural changes, etc.) taken in response to
    technology for the purpose of reducing runway
                                                                             Quarterly AJS Risk Analysis Reports. Due
    incursions.
                                                                             November 30, 2010; February 28, 2011; May 31,
      Strategic Activity: Capstone 3: Airport                                2011; and August 30, 2011. Due September 30,
      Moving Map Displays                                                    2011
      For pilots, knowing what runway or taxiway they're
      on is critical information. That knowledge is                        Strategic Activity: Continue the Traffic
      especially important at night, in poor weather or                    Analysis and Review Program (TARP)
      when the crew is unfamiliar with the airport layout.                 Continue the Traffic Analysis and Review Program
      The Federal Aviation Administration intends to make                  (TARP) by NAS-wide implementation of TARP or
      it easier for pilots to have electronic tools in the                 similar by the end of fiscal year 2011.
      cockpit that will enhance their situational awareness
      and improve runway safety. The Federal Aviation                        Activity Target 1:
      Administration has aggressively focused on reducing                    Make the enroute facility data required for Traffic
      runway incursions for the last several years. After                    Analysis and Review Program (TARP) or similar
      thoroughly reviewing safety data, including human                      tool available through National Offload Program
      factors research on the safety benefits of own ship                    (NOP) or other platform. Due September 30, 2011
      position versus the potential safety risks, the Federal                Activity Target 2:
      Aviation Administration is now interested in                           Assess progress towards making enroute facility
      conducting an operational and safety evaluation for                    data required for Traffic Analysis and Review
      Electronic Flight Bags with own ship position on an                    Program (TARP) or similar tool available through
      airport moving map.                                                    NOP or other platform. Due March 30, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Assist in developing facility configurations. Due
          Prepare interim report on data collection analysis
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          and validation (from Phase-I). Due September 30,
          2011                                                             Strategic Activity: Continue the Traffic
                                                                           Analysis and Review Program
  Flight Plan Target: System Risk                                          Continue the Traffic Analysis and Review Program
  Event Rate (SRER)                                                        by completing the development and deployment of
                                                                           Terminal Implementation and NAS-wide
  Reduce risks in flight by limiting the rate of the most
  serious losses of standard separation to 20 or fewer for                 implementation.
  every thousand (.02) losses of standard separation within                  Activity Target 1:
  the National Airspace System. FY 2011 Target: 20 or
  fewer for every thousand (.02) losses of standard                          Provide required software support during the
  separation.                                                                Deployment Phase of NAS-wide TARP or similar
                                                                             tool through the established change request and
    Strategic Initiative: Improve                                            Software Development Life Cycle processes. Due
    Measurement and Analysis of Safety                                       September 30, 2011

    Performance                                                            Strategic Activity: Establish Common
    Conduct analysis and disseminate findings on loss of                   Automated LoSS Reporting Platforms
    standard separation trends in causal factors and                       Continue the Traffic Analysis and Review Program
    operational environments on a quarterly basis.                         by completing National Airspace System (NAS)-wide
    Conduct analysis and disseminate findings of Risk                      implementation by the end of fiscal year 2011.
    Analysis Events (loss of standard separation of less                   Begin development of next generation LoSS
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      detections and reporting systems to encompass all                     Strategic Activity: Continue the Traffic
      airborne and ground surveillance systems.                             Analysis and Review Program
          Activity Target 1:                                                In Terminal, continue the Traffic Analysis and
                                                                            Review
          In conjunction with ATO En Route, Terminal,                       Program (TARP) by ensuring it is current and
          Technical Operations, NexGen & Operations                         properly maintained,
          Planning and Systems Operations, establish the                    configuration changes are implemented as required,
          requirements for a common platform for detecting,                 and NAS-wide
          recording, and reporting losses of standard                       implementation is achieved by the end of fiscal year
          separation identifiable from recorded radar data at               2011.
          all ATO facilities by the end of the fiscal year. Due
          September 30, 2011                                                  Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:                                                  Make the necessary facility data for TARP or
          Establish requirements for synchronizing ground                     similar tool available at all Terminal RADAR
          surveillance systems such as AMASS/ASDE-X                           facilities. Due September 30, 2011
          with associated voice recording and airborne                        Activity Target 2:
          surveillance systems for event investigation and                    Ensure all TARP facilities maintain local
          recreation. Due March 31, 2011                                      configurations approved in coordination with AJS.
          Activity Target 3:                                                  Due September 30, 2011
          In conjunction with ATO En Route, Terminal,                         Activity Target 3:
          Technical Operations, NexGen & Operations                           Assist in establishing/enhancing infrastructure in
          Planning and Systems Operations, establish the                      support of NAS-wide TARP or similar tool. Due
          requirements for a common platform for remote                       September 30, 2011
          retrieval by Quality Assurance personnel of
          recorded voice communication data from field               Core Business Target: Safe
          facility systems. Due June 30, 2011
          Activity Target 4:                                         Delivery of Terminal Air Traffic
          Establish requirements for direct retrieval by             Control Services
          Quality Assurance personnel of alert data from             Ensure the provision of safe terminal air traffic control
          ground surveillance systems such as                        services throughout the terminal portion of the National
          AMASS/ASDE-X. Due September 30, 2011                       Airspace System (NAS) in FY 2011 by meeting or
      Strategic Activity: Continue Working the                       exceeding the safety outcomes stated in the FY2008-
                                                                     FY2012 Flight Plan. The performance targets for ATO-
      System Losses of Standard                                      Terminal safety and efficiency measures are: By FY
      Continue working the System LoSS Index (SLI)
                                                                     2010, limit Category A and B (most serious) runway
      established in FY 2010 based on all reported radar
                                                                     incursions to a rate of no more than 0.450 per million
      Losses of Standard Separation that accurately
                                                                     operations, and maintain or improve through FY 2012
      measures the air traffic system's conformance to
                                                                     (FY11 Target = 0.450 per million ops); By the end of FY
      Standard Separation.
                                                                     2013, reduce total runway incursions by 10 percent from
          Activity Target 1:                                         the FY 2008 baseline (FY 2011 Target: -2%); and in FY
                                                                     2011 provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Provide necessary technical and administrative
                                                                     (with copy to the Vice President of Safety Services) with
          support to accomplish system modifications
                                                                     quarterly reports on AJT actions (training, procedural
          required to all non-National Offload Program
                                                                     changes, etc.) taken in response to quarterly AJS risk
          Terminal RADAR facilities to establish automated
                                                                     analysis reports. Due November 30, 2010; February 28,
          daily submission to Office of Safety of all
                                                                     2011; May 31, 2011; and August 30, 2011.
          suspected LoSS alerts generated by TARP or
          similar tool through platform such as CEDAR. Due                Core Business Initiative: Safely
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Manage Terminal Facilities
                                                                          Provide management oversight to ensure safe and
          Perform interim assessment on the progress                      efficient operations at terminal facilities within a
          towards meeting year end objective of having                    specific geographical region.
          provided the necessary facility technical and                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          administrative support to accomplish system
          modifications required to all non-NOP Terminal                    Operations - Chicago Tracon District
          RADAR facilities to establish automated daily                     Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          submission to Office of Safety of all suspected                   support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          LoSS alerts. Due June 30, 2011                                    defined geographical area to ensure safe and
                                                                            efficient operations.

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          Activity Target 1:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT                 efficient operations.
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          Activity Target 2:                                                 reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   Report on results towards achieving the annual
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 safety performance targets for Category A&B
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      September 30, 2011
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Gateway District                                          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          Activity Target 1:                                                 2011. Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          September 30, 2011                                                 actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
                                                                             in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Heartland District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT                 efficient operations.
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          Activity Target 4:                                                 reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   Report on results towards achieving the annual
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 safety performance targets for Category A&B
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      September 30, 2011
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Gulf District                                             Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT

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          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Kansas City District                                      Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
                                                                           Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Lone Star District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Lake District                                             Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
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          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Metroplex District                                        Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
                                                                           Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Northern Lights District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Motown District                                           Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
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          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Orchard District                                          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations                                                   February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          Report on results towards achieving the annual
                                                                             2011. Due August 31, 2011
          safety performance targets for Category A&B
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than                 Core Activity: Terminal Services
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Operations - Two Rivers District
          September 30, 2011                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          Activity Target 3:                                               support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - San Jacinto District                                      Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          Report on results towards achieving the annual
                                                                             2011. Due August 31, 2011
          safety performance targets for Category A&B
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
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                                                                         Central and Western). En Route and Oceanic
  Core Business Target: Safe and                                         Services oversees air traffic control operations
  Efficient Delivery of En Route                                         throughout their portion of the National Airspace
                                                                         System (NAS) to ensure the annual targets for
  and Oceanic Air Traffic Control                                        Safety and Efficiency are met while supporting other
  Services                                                               goals for Capacity and Organizational Excellence.
  Ensure the provision of safe and efficient air traffic                   Activity Target 1:
  control services throughout the En Route portion of the
  National Airspace System (NAS) by meeting the                            Achieve the annual safety performance target for
  outcomes stated in the FY 2009-2013 Flight Plan. The                     Category A&B Operational Errors established for
  performance targets for En Route safety and efficiency                   FY 2011. Due September 30, 2011
  measures are: 1) Limit Category A and B operational                      Activity Target 2:
  errors to a rate of no more than 1.95 per million activities             Achieve the annual efficiency performance target
  by FY 2012 and maintain through FY 2013 and 2)                           for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.
  maintain a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.00 percent at                  Due September 30, 2011
  the 35 Operational Evolution Partnership (OEP) airports.                 Activity Target 3:
    Core Business Initiative: Provision                                    Assess progress towards achieving year-end
                                                                           performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
    of En Route and Oceanic Air Traffic
                                                                         Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic
    Control Services                                                     Services Operations - Eastern Service
    Provide safe and efficient En Route and Oceanic air
    traffic control services at target levels for the fiscal             Area
    year. Annual targets for Category A&B Operational                    En Route and Oceanic Services manages
    Errors and NAS On-Time arrivals have been                            operations through 21 Air Route Traffic Control
    established.                                                         Centers (ARTCC) and two Combined En Route /
      Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic                                Approach (CERAP) control facilities, which are
                                                                         allocated among the three Service Areas (Eastern,
      Services - Program Operations                                      Central and Western). En Route and Oceanic
      En Route and Oceanic Services manages                              Services oversees air traffic control operations
      operations through 21 Air Route Traffic Control                    throughout their portion of the National Airspace
      Centers (ARTCC) and two Combined En Route /                        System (NAS) to ensure the annual targets for
      Approach (CERAP) control facilities, which are                     Safety and Efficiency are met while supporting other
      allocated among the three Service Areas (Eastern,                  goals for Capacity and Organizational Excellence.
      Central and Western). En Route and Oceanic
      Services oversees air traffic control operations                     Activity Target 1:
      throughout their portion of the National Airspace
                                                                           Achieve the annual safety performance target for
      System (NAS) to ensure the annual targets for
                                                                           Category A&B Operational Errors established for
      Safety and Efficiency are met while supporting other
                                                                           FY 2011. Due September 30, 2011
      goals for Capacity and Organizational Excellence.
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                               Achieve the annual efficiency performance target
          Achieve the annual safety performance target for                 for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.
          Category A&B Operational Errors established for                  Due September 30, 2011
          FY 2011. Due September 30, 2011                                  Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 2:                                               Assess progress towards achieving year-end
          Achieve the annual efficiency performance target                 performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
          for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.              Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic
          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         Services Operations - Central Service
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                         Area
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                     En Route and Oceanic Services manages
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                          operations through 21 Air Route Traffic Control
      Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic                                Centers (ARTCC) and two Combined En Route /
      Services - Safety and Operations                                   Approach (CERAP) control facilities, which are
                                                                         allocated among the three Service Areas (Eastern,
      Services                                                           Central and Western). En Route and Oceanic
      En Route and Oceanic Services manages                              Services oversees air traffic control operations
      operations through 21 Air Route Traffic Control                    throughout their portion of the National Airspace
      Centers (ARTCC) and two Combined En Route /                        System (NAS) to ensure the annual targets for
      Approach (CERAP) control facilities, which are                     Safety and Efficiency are met while supporting other
      allocated among the three Service Areas (Eastern,
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      goals for Capacity and Organizational Excellence.               business.

          Activity Target 1:                                            Core Activity: Flight Services Safety
          Achieve the annual safety performance target for              Implementation
          Category A&B Operational Errors established for               Communicate operational changes to ATO Service
          FY 2011. Due September 30, 2011                               Units, FAA organizations, and user groups such as
          Activity Target 2:                                            AOPA and NBAA, as appropriate.
          Achieve the annual efficiency performance target                Activity Target 1:
          for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.               Communicate operational changes consistent with
          Due September 30, 2011                                          the Flight Services Program Operations' office of
          Activity Target 3:                                              communication strategy. Due September 30, 2011
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                         Core Activity: Safety Risk Management
                                                                        Assessment
      Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic                               Complete SRMDs for each operational change that
      Services Operations - Western Service                             impacts safety and affects the NAS. Conduct hazard
      Area                                                              tracking where hazards are identified.
      En Route and Oceanic Services manages
      operations through 21 Air Route Traffic Control                     Activity Target 1:
      Centers (ARTCC) and two Combined En Route /                         Complete SRMD/DMs prior to DCP coordination
      Approach (CERAP) control facilities, which are                      with other lines of business. Due September 30,
      allocated among the three Service Areas (Eastern,                   2011
      Central and Western). En Route and Oceanic                          Activity Target 2:
      Services oversees air traffic control operations                    Submit hazard tracking reports within 30 days of
      throughout their portion of the National Airspace                   target due date. Due September 30, 2011
      System (NAS) to ensure the annual targets for
      Safety and Efficiency are met while supporting other            Core Business Initiative: Flight
      goals for Capacity and Organizational Excellence.               Service Information Office Alaska
          Activity Target 1:                                          Sustain Flight Services and continue preparation for
                                                                      modernizing Alaska Flight Service in order to identify
          Achieve the annual safety performance target for            efficiencies and improvements in the service delivery.
          Category A&B Operational Errors established for             Provide support to other Service Units and Federal
          FY 2011. Due September 30, 2011                             Agencies.
          Activity Target 2:                                            Core Activity: Alaskan Facility and
          Achieve the annual efficiency performance target              Housing Sustainment
          for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.             The harsh Alaskan climate has caused housing and
          Due September 30, 2011                                        facilities to deteriorate to poor levels of
          Activity Target 3:                                            accommodation for employees who work there. To
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                    increase productivity AJR-B will restore the facilities
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                         to Occupational Safety and Health Administration
                                                                        (OSHA) and American Disabilities Act (ADA)
  Core Business Target: Ensure                                          compliance.
  Safe Operations in the National                                         Activity Target 1:
  Airspace System                                                         Identify and report sustainment problems, issues
  Reduce the number of aviation accidents through                         and requirements for Alaska Flight Service
  collection, dissemination, and aggressive management of                 facilities to meet applicable codes, regulations, and
  National Airspace System information as related to                      OSHA and ADA standards as required by
  Alaska Flight Services data, and CONUS Flight Service                   regulation. Due September 30, 2011
  incident reporting and accident documentation.                          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Conduct an annual survey to determine the
    Core Business Initiative: Flight                                      requirements for future employee housing needs.
    Services Operations and Safety                                        Due September 30, 2011
    Information Communication                                           Core Activity: Flight Services Quality
    Communicate operational changes to internal                         Assurance in Alaska
    customers and external user groups. Complete                        Monitor and maintain Flight Service Performance in
    SRMD/Decision Memos (DM) prior to coordinating                      Alaska
    Document Change Proposal (DCP) with other lines of
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          Activity Target 1:                                             Core Business Initiative: Direct
          Address Alaskan Flight Service Quality Assurance               Warning System Study
          compliance issues and solutions with Alaska Air                Continue to conduct an integrated assessment of
          Traffic Managers and Quality Assurance staff on a              emergent runway safety technologies and conduct
          monthly basis. Due September 25, 2011                          simulation analyses to assess effectiveness,
          Activity Target 2:                                             interoperability and level of readiness for operational
          In FY 2011, accomplish the number of Pilot                     transition to a National Airspace System (NAS) ground
          weather briefing evaluations specified in the                  movement safety infrastructure.
          current AFSIAG performance metric process and                    Core Activity: Direct Warning System
          report quarterly. Due September 15, 2011                         Study
          Activity Target 3:                                               Continue to conduct an integrated assessment of
          In FY 2011, provide quarterly report of Alaskan                  emergent runway safety technologies and conduct
          Flight Service Quality Assurance activities, results             simulation analyses to assess effectiveness,
          and trends to Air Traffic Managers. Due                          interoperability and level of readiness for operational
          September 15, 2011                                               transition to a National Airspace System ground
                                                                           movement safety infrastructure.
    Core Business Initiative: Flight
    Service Support for Air Traffic                                          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Operational solutions for approach warning in the
    Incident Reporting                                                       Direct Warning System Study will be evaluated at
    Flight Services supports AJS, the FSPO and Systems
                                                                             an airport that has an existing Runway Status
    Operations Litigation Office by ensruing that aircraft
                                                                             Warning System. Evaluate in flight simulators
    incident reporting is conducted by appropriate parties
                                                                             Center for Advanced Aviation System Design
    in accordance with FAA directives.
                                                                             (CAASD) Alerting Runway Entrance Lights
      Core Activity: Facilitate Reporting of                                 (aRELs) and Alerting Take-off Hold Lights
      CONUS Air Traffic Incidents                                            (aTHLs). This testing would align with proposed
      Flight Services supports AJS and the FSPO by                           Eurocontrol implementations at Charles DeGaulle
      ensuring that aircraft incident reporting is conducted                 (CDG). Due September 30, 2011
      in accordance with FAA directives.                                     Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Integrate a flight deck based application that
                                                                             provides runway incursion relevant information to
          Review aircraft incidents and ensure proper follow-
                                                                             flight crews into the suite of other cockpit display of
          up on all covered events. Report outcome
                                                                             traffic information applications and draft an
          quarterly. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                             integrated Minimum Operations Performance
      Core Activity: Review and process                                      Standards (MOPS). Complete report on simulation
      CONUS Aircraft Accident                                                result by August 2011. Due August 31, 2011
      Documentation                                                 Core Business Target:
      CONUS Flight Services supports Systems Litigation
      Office and FSPO by ensuring that the Service                  Implement a Safety Management
      Provider (Lockheed Martin) reports and documents
      accidents in accordance with FAA directives.                  System (SMS) for the ATO
                                                                    Manage and oversee full implementation of a Safety
          Activity Target 1:                                        Management System (SMS) with System Operations to
          Ensure 90% of all accident packages are returned          ensure compliance with FAA Order 1100.61, Air Traffic
          to CONUS AFSS Contractor within 5                         Safety Oversight and ATO Order JO 1000.37, Air Traffic
          administrative days of receipt. Report quarterly          Organization Safety Management System Safety
          Due September 30, 2011                                    Standards.

  Core Business Target: Assess                                           Core Business Initiative: Implement
                                                                         a Safety Management System (SMS)
  Runway Safety Technology
  Develop metrics to evaluate the effectiveness of the                   for the ATO
  international aspects of runway safety technologies, and               System Operations Safety Management promotes a
  use those metrics to develop a ground-movement safety                  positive safety culture by ensuring System Operations
  infrastructure by 2013 that provides direct warning                    complies with FAA Order 1100.161 and ATO Order JO
  capability to pilots, drivers, and controllers to reduce the           1000.37. By educating all employees in all aspects of
  severity of Runway Incursions.                                         safety management, we enable them to evaluate all
                                                                         proposed changes to the NAS initiated by, or affecting,
                                                                         System Operations.

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      Core Activity: Manage and maintain a                         Core Business Target: Runway
      robust Safety Management System
      (SMS) within System Operations                               Safety
                                                                   Maintain a reduced rate of Serious (Category A&B)
      Services for the FAA/ATO                                     Runway Incursions of no more than 0.450 serious
      The Director of System Operations Safety                     incursions per million flight operations, as set in the FY
      Management provides leadership, direction and                2010 business target, and do not exceed that rate
      guidance to System Operations Directorates and               through FY 2013.
      staff offices responsible for complying with FAA
      Order 1100.161, Air Traffic Safety Oversight and                  Core Business Initiative: Runway
      ATO Order JO 1000.37, Air Traffic Organization
      Safety Management System.
                                                                        Safety
                                                                        Manage efforts of the Headquarters' Runway Safety
          Activity Target 1:                                            Program staff and the field offices (in conjunction with
                                                                        the Regional Administrators) to continue improving
          Evaluate and assist when required the conduct of
                                                                        and providing educational training and awareness
          safety risk management for all System Operations
                                                                        tools to commercial and General Aviation pilots, airport
          initiated changes to the NAS. Conduct a minimum
                                                                        vehicle operators and air traffic controllers.
          10 (stretch goal of 15) Safety Activities per month.
          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Core Activity: Runway Safety
                                                                          Utilize runway safety technology and tools such as
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          training, education and awareness to reduce the
          Verify and validate, through monitoring, safety                 number of serious runway incursions.
          reviews, evaluations, audits and inspections, data,
          collection tracking and analysis, and                             Activity Target 1:
          investigations, the application of SRM; adherence                 Continue supporting Field Activities to educate and
          to SMS process guidelines, and continuous hazard                  prevent runway incursions and other runway safety
          tracking to ensure reduced level of risk as                       initiatives. The Regional Runway Safety Program
          indicated in associated SRMDs. Conduct a                          Managers will conduct local and regional Runway
          minimum 10 (stretch goal of 15) Safety Activities                 Safety Action Team meetings at various facilities
          per month. Due September 30, 2011                                 in their respective regions throughout the fiscal
          Activity Target 3:                                                year. Due September 30, 2011
          Communicate and collaborate with our                              Activity Target 2:
          stakeholders (e.g. System Operations Safety                       Continue support of Operational Error and Runway
          Practitioners, Service Unit safety peers, Safety                  Incursion Reduction activities in the Field and
          oversight in AJS and AOV) through a variety of                    support investigations of runway safety events.
          outreach activities for to ensure System                          Due September 30, 2011
          Operations employees' knowledge base and                          Activity Target 3:
          progress toward a just safety culture. Conduct a
                                                                            Perform Quarterly Performance Reviews meetings
          minimum 10 (stretch goal of 15) Safety Activities
                                                                            with the Regional Runway Safety Program
          per month. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Managers. Interim target for fourth quarter review
      Core Activity: Flight Services                                        from fiscal year 2009 will be conducted before the
      Operational Policy and Requirements                                   end of the calendar year. Due December 31, 2010
      Assess each safety recommendation for validity and                    Activity Target 4:
      determine if a new requirement should be                              Perform Quarterly Performance Reviews meetings
      established.                                                          with the Regional Runway Safety Program
                                                                            Managers. Interim target for first quarter of the
          Activity Target 1:                                                fiscal year will be conducted before the end of the
          Complete review of safety recommendations within                  second quarter. Due March 30, 2011
          30 days. Due September 30, 2011                                   Activity Target 5:
      Core Activity: Validate and approve                                   Perform Quarterly Performance Reviews meetings
      Operational Change Proposals                                          with the Regional Runway Safety Program
      Validate and approve or disapprove Operational                        Managers. Targeting second quarter review to be
      Change Proposals submitted by the contractor and                      conducted before end of the next quarter. Due
      DCPs submitted by Alaska.                                             June 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 6:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Perform Quarterly Performance Reviews meetings
          Within 180 days, validate and approve or                          with the Regional Runway Safety Program
          disapprove complete SRMD/DM packages. Due                         Managers. Targeting third quarter review to be
          September 30, 2010 Due September 30, 2011                         conducted before end of the next quarter. Due
                                                                            September 30, 2011
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          Activity Target 7:                                                 specialty items, i.e. sticky notes or bumper
          Weekly reports will be prepared based upon                         stickers. Target audiences to be primarily pilots but
          Runway Incursion Assessment Meetings. Due                          will also include controllers, airport management
          September 30, 2011                                                 and vehicle drivers, and ramp personnel. This
                                                                             Runway Safety Communication Plan will address
          Activity Target 8:
                                                                             the vast array of issues and requirements that
          Conduct activities (present briefings, staff a booth,              various stakeholders present with respect to
          distribute Runway Safety materials) at Fly-In                      runway safety. Several core themes will convey
          Shows (i.e., Sun 'n Fun and Oshkosh). Target of                    specific messages to the various audiences, i.e.
          April for Sun N Fun, and August for Oshkosh.                       attention to detail, potential distractions,
          Coordinate activities and strategies with Federal                  miscommunications including "readback,
          Aviation Administration Safety Team personnel.                     hearback", etc. Draft Strategy due by March 31,
          Due August 15, 2011                                                2012. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Continuous Improvement
      Provide training, distribute educational materials,            Core Business Target: Ensure
      effective communication discussion workshops, flight           Safety of Technical Operations
      school and planning basics instruction, curriculum
      building for teaching, collaborative operations                employees and the National Air
      planning and using runway safety technology                    Space
      effectively are methods in which Runway Safety
                                                                     WAAS Procedures
      continues to increase and expand awareness to the
      aviation community.
          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Business Initiative:
          In conjunction with Runway Safety Regional                      Augmentations to GPS Wide Area
          Program Managers, plus ATO, Airports, Federal                   Augmentation System (WAAS)
          Aviation Administration Safety Team and Flight
          Standards personnel along with industry input,                  (CIP#:N12.01-00)
          design, develop, deliver, and update a draft                    Augmentations to GPS Wide Area Augmentation
          Runway Safety Training Curriculum addressing                    System (WAAS) (CIP#:N12.01-00)
          optimal runway safety practices and procedures                    Core Activity: Augmentations to GPS
          with an emphasis on ways to minimize cause-                       Wide Area Augmentation System
          related factors and maximize safety and                           (WAAS)
          awareness during surface operations. Draft                        WAAS Procedures
          curriculum to include aircraft, vehicle and
          pedestrian runway, taxiway and ramp movements.
          Target audiences will include pilots, controllers,                 Activity Target 1:
          vehicle drivers, airport management and ramp                       Provide funding for one (1) WAAS procedure for
          personnel. Curriculum's development and                            helicopter operations. Due September 30, 2011
          evolution will be based on: 1) Specific
          identification of stakeholders to be reached to
                                                                          Core Business Initiative: Visual
          appropriately structure runway safety messages to               Navaids Approach Lighting System
          be conveyed; 2) Materials available or required to              Improvement (ALSIP) Continuation
          convey the messages effectively; 3) Determining
          best media to transmit information, i.e. printed                (CIP#:N04.03-00)
          materials, internet, DVDs, etc.; 4) Assessing best              Visual Navaids Approach Lighting System
          venues to reach target audiences. Draft                         Improvement (ALSIP) Continuation (CIP#:N04.03-00)
          Curriculum due by March 31, 2012. Due                             Core Activity: Visual Navaids Approach
          September 30, 2011                                                Lighting System Improvement (ALSIP)
          Activity Target 2:                                                Continuation
          Structure a draft communications strategy and                     Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are
          implement such to reach as many stakeholders as                   available for the NAS
          possible with comprehensive messaging about all
          facets of runway safety. Communications will                       Activity Target 1:
          include Runway Safety Action Teams, direct                         Procure and deliver ten (10) Medium Intensity
          mailings, advertisements, trade shows, fly-ins, air                Approach Lighting Systems (MALSR). Due
          shows, conferences, Flight Instructor Refresher                    September 30, 2011
          Courses, meetings, special events, web sites,                      Activity Target 2:
          news releases, news articles and feature stories,                  Attain service availability for a total of four (4)
          brochures, videos, promotional giveaways and                       Medium Intensity Approach Lighting Systems
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          (MALSR) locations. Due September 30, 2011                            Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 3:                                                   Procure and deliver fifteen (15) Precision
          Attain service availability for one (1) (Establish)                  Approach Path Indicators (PAPIs). Due March 31,
          ALSF-2. Due September 30, 2011                                       2011
                                                                               Activity Target 2:
    Core Business Initiative: Runway                                           Procure and deliver an additional ten (10) for a
    Visual Range (RVR)                                                         total of twenty-five (25) Precision Approach Path
                                                                               Indicators (PAPIs). Due September 30, 2011
    Replacement/Establishment                                                  Activity Target 3:
    (CIP#:N08.02-00)                                                           Attain service availability for five (5) Precision
    Runway Visual Range (RVR)                                                  Approach Path Indicators (PAPIs). Due September
    Replacement/Establishment (CIP#:N08.02-00)                                 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Runway Visual Range
      (RVR) Replacement/Establishment                                      Core Business Initiative: Navaids -
      Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are                         Sustain, Replace, Relocate
      available for the NAS
                                                                           (CIP#:N04.04-00)
          Activity Target 1:                                               Navaids - Sustain, Replace, Relocate (CIP#:N04.04-
          Procure and deliver ten (10) Runway Visual Range                 00)
          (RVR) systems. Due September 30, 2011                              Core Activity: Navaids - Sustain,
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Replace, Relocate
          Initiate five (5) Runway Visual Range (RVR)                        Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are
          projects at additional runway ends. Due                            available for the NAS
          September 30, 2011                                                   Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative: Visual                                           Attain service availability for a total of twenty (20)
                                                                               Runway End Identification Lights (REIL). Due
    Navaids Replace (VASI) w. (PAPI)                                           September 30, 2011
    (CIP#:N04.02-00)
    Visual Navaids Replace Visual Approach Slide                      Core Business Target: Analysis
    Indicator (VASI) with Precision Approach Path
    Indicator (PAPI) (CIP#:N04.02-00)                                 of Surface Safety Data
                                                                      Under the Runway Safety Analysis program, develop
      Core Activity: Visual Navaids Replace                           methods to: (1) assess the effectiveness of hazard
      Visual Approach Slide Indicator (VASI)                          mitigations (e.g., Runway Safety Action Team Action
      with Precision Approach Path Indicator                          Items), and (2) rank facilities according to runway
      (PAPI)                                                          incursion risks for the purpose of scheduling Runway
      Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are                    Safety Action Team meetings (this ranking will be only
      available for the NAS                                           one of many inputs to determine Runway Safety Action
                                                                      Team meeting priority). A prototype Coordinate
          Activity Target 1:                                          Hierarchical Bayesian Model system will be completed by
          Procure and deliver fifteen (15) Precision                  June 30 2011.
          Approach Path Indicators (PAPIs). Due September
          30, 2011
                                                                           Core Business Initiative: Analysis of
          Activity Target 2:                                               Surface Safety Data
          Attain service availability for eight (8) replaced               Runway incursions and other surface incidents merit
          VASI with PAPI system. Due September 30, 2011                    continuous analysis for trends in types of incidents,
                                                                           causal and coincident factors and outcome to help
    Core Business Initiative: Visual                                       manage risk.
    Navaids for New Qualifiers                                               Core Activity: Analysis of Surface
                                                                             Safety Data
    (CIP#:N04.01-00)                                                         This task will include: (1) conducting specific
    Visual Navaids for New Qualifiers (CIP#:N04.01-00)                       analyses to address operational issues as they arise
                                                                             (such as specific inquiries and analyses to support
      Core Activity: Visual Navaids for New                                  risk assessments and other Safety Management
      Qualifiers                                                             tasks), (2) completion of a prototype statistical model
      Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are                           to evaluate mitigation effectiveness.
      available for the NAS


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          Activity Target 1:                                                 losses of Instrument Flight Rules(IFR)-IFR. In FY
          Conduct two mandatory briefings on the results of                  2011, this work is scheduled to include work within
          runway incursion data analysis. The interim                        Civil Air Navigation Services Organization to refine
          briefing will be conducted by the second quarter.                  the metrics used to describe the severity of IFR-
          (due March 31, 2011) The final briefing conducted                  IFR losses of separation and runway incursions.
          by the end of the fiscal year. Due September 30,                   Provide biannual report to Chief Operating Officer
          2011                                                               summarizing Office of Safety accomplishments in
          Activity Target 2:                                                 support of CANSO metrics workgroups and
                                                                             planned activities. Due March 30, 2011 and at the
          A minimum of two reports on the results of                         end of the fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
          Runway Incursion data analysis coinciding with the
          briefings will be produced. First report by the end       Core Business Target: Complete
          of the second quarter. (due March 31, 2011) Final
          report produced before the end of the fiscal year.        99% of required flight
          Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                    inspections to support safety in
          Develop material for inclusion in the Runway              the NAS.
          Safety Annual Report by the end of the fiscal year.       The production amounts listed in the Activity Targets
          Format for data tables and graphics (e.g., runway         represent historical averages. FY11 performance will be
          incursions by type, by airport, and by severity) will     assessed based on actual production requirements for
          be developed by June 30, 2011. Material by the            the period.
          end of the fiscal year Due September 30, 2011                  Core Business Initiative: Flight
  Core Business Target:                                                  Inspection Operations
                                                                         Conduct airborne inspection of electronic signals from
  Expanding Global Awareness of                                          ground-based NAVAIDS supporting aircraft departure,
  Key Safety Metrics                                                     en route, and arrival procedures. Evaluate flight
  Participate in or contribute data to 100% of Civil Air                 procedures for accuracy, human factors flyability, and
  Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) IFR-IFR                       obstacle clearance. Perform IFP flight validation based
  Safety Workgroup activities as requested by CANSO                      upon Global Navigation Satellite System and aircraft
  workgroup lead during FY2011. Provide CANSO with at                    flight management systems; assess regional/local
  least two bi-annual updates on FAA loss of separation                  augmentation system performance (e.g., WAAS,
  data (including all event proximities and Measures of                  LAAS, DME/DME). Provide airborne performance and
  Compliance) as collected by ATO Safety Quality                         coverage evaluation of surveillance radars, Precision
  Assurance and associated Risk Analysis Event trend                     Runway Monitoring systems, and NextGen
  findings as determined by Risk Analysis Process Teams                  technologies like ADS-B and ASDE-X.
  in ATO Safety Quality Assurance in support of global                     Core Activity: Flight Inspection
  safety metrics harmonization.                                            Conduct flight inspection of NAVAIDS for
                                                                           commissionings, reconfigurations, and restorations.
    Core Business Initiative: Improve                                      Conduct periodic flight inspection of NAVAIDS.
    Global Safety Metrics                                                  Complete NAVAID decommissioning inspections.
                                                                           Conduct missions to investigate radio frequency
    Metrics provide baselines for safety performance to
                                                                           interference (RFI) impacting NAVAIDs and
    assess system performance and to examine the
                                                                           communications. Conduct inspections to support
    effects of changes in procedures or equipment on
                                                                           post-accident investigations. Conduct inspections of
    aviation safety. This work will continue to refine and
                                                                           original and amended IFPs. Conduct inspections of
    implement enhanced safety metrics and work with the
                                                                           IFPs within the periodic interval. Conduct inspections
    international aviation community (Civil Air Navigation
                                                                           for Dept of Defense under current agreements and
    Services Organization) to develop global safety
                                                                           directives. Perform aircraft, avionics, and flight
    metrics and analyze global safety trends using these
                                                                           inspection systems modifications/upgrades. Conduct
    metrics.
                                                                           visual inspections for sectional and terminal area
      Core Activity: Refinement of Safety                                  charts. Conduct inspections of helicopter IFPs.
      Metrics through Civil Air Navigation                                 Develop policy and publish technical directives,
      Services Organization                                                revisions, or changes driven by ICAO documents,
      Collaborate ATO Safety Metric activities and data                    FAA directives, or aircraft manufacturer guidance
      with CANSO.                                                          and conduct training IAW FARs and ICAO guidance.
                                                                           The production amounts listed in the following
          Activity Target 1:                                               Activity Targets represent historical averages. FY11
          Support to Federal Aviation Administration Civil Air             performance will be assessed based on actual
          Navigation Services Organization activities to                   production requirements for the period.
          refine global safety metrics for runway safety and
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          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 3:
          Conduct 3,777 inspections for NAVAID                              BE-300 Avionics and Flight Management System
          commissionings, reconfigurations, and                             (FMS) project - Continue production and
          restorations. Due September 30, 2011                              modifications to the BE-300 fleet. The fourth
          Activity Target 2:                                                article is scheduled for 07/15/2011 Due July 15,
          Conduct 4,542 NAVAID periodic flight inspections.                 2011
          Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                   Core Business Target:
          Conduct 18 RFI missions. Due September 30,               Document and Report Tech Ops
          2011
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                   Runway Incursions
                                                                   By the 5th of every month, document and report Tech
          Conduct 14 post accident inspections. Due                Ops runway incursions.
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 5:                                            Core Business Initiative: Runway
          Conduct 2,566 original and amended IFP                        Incursions
          inspections. Due September 30, 2011                           Document Tech Ops C&D runway incursions.
          Activity Target 6:
          Conduct 3,371 IFP inspections within periodic                   Core Activity: Ensure a safe and secure
          interval. Due September 30, 2011                                NAS.
          Activity Target 7:                                              Ensure a safe and secure NAS.
          Conduct 2,264 inspections for DoD. Due
          September 30, 2011                                                Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 8:
                                                                            Document Tech Ops related surface incidents and
          Perform aircraft upgrades as required IAW aircraft                runway incursions. Due September 30, 2011
          maintenance. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 9:                                       Core Business Target:
          Conduct visual inspection for 6 sectional and/or
          terminal area charts. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                   International Organization for
          Activity Target 10:                                      Standardization 9001
          Conduct 271 inspections of helicopter IFPs. Due          In FY 2011, the Air Traffic Organization Office of Safety
          September 30, 2011                                       will attain International Organization for Standardization
          Activity Target 11:                                      registration in all Directorates.
          Publish 37 directives; complete 164 training/check            Core Business Initiative:
          ride/mission evaluation events. Due September
          30, 2011                                                      International Organization for
      Core Activity: Aircraft Related                                   Standardization 9001 Registration
                                                                        The Office of Safety is on the path to International
      Equipment (ARE); CIP M12.00-00                                    Organization for Standardization certification.
      Aircraft, Avionics, and Flight Inspection Systems
      Modifications/Upgrades                                            The International Organization for Standardization
          Activity Target 1:                                            requires that we:
                                                                        - Plan our services and products
          Next Generation Automated Flight Inspection                   - Perform our services and produce our products
          System (NAFIS) project - Continue development of              - Measure the quality of our services and products
          AFIS tech refresh and system upgrades by                      - Improve our services and products based on the
          completing NAFIS Phase II software requirements               results of those measurements
          data development for SGAS, ILS, Calibration,                  - International Organization for Standardization
          Diagnostics, DME/DME, RNAV/RNP, and GBAS                      requires us to integrate six processes into our day-to-
          flight inspection modes. Due September 30, 2011               day activities. These processes are Document Control,
          Activity Target 2:                                            Control of Records, Corrective Action, Preventive
          BE-300 Avionics and Flight Management System                  Action, Action to Correct Non-Conforming Products
          (FMS) project - Continue production and                       and Services, and Internal Audits.
          modifications to the BE-300 fleet. The third article            Core Activity: Realize Benefits of
          is scheduled for 12/31/10. Due December 31,                     International Organization for
          2010
                                                                          Standardization 9001 Implementation
                                                                          Continue and complete Implementation of
                                                                          International Organization for Standardization 9001
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      Process required for International Organization for                Core Business Initiative: Scientific
      Standardization Registration. Obtain remaining
      registrations and begin exercising International                   Advances (041-110)
      Organization for Standardization 9001 processes to                 Demonstrate the scientific advances required for
      realize improvements in business practices including               advanced weather forecast products required by
      documentation control, control of records,                         NextGen.
      continuous process improvements and stakeholder                      Core Activity: Scientific Advances
      feedback.                                                            Demonstrate the scientific advances required for
                                                                           advanced weather forecast products required by
          Activity Target 1:                                               NextGen.
          All required technical processes developed for all
          Directorates by the end of the first quarter. Due                  Activity Target 1:
          December 31, 2010                                                  Finalize methodology for the production of the
          Activity Target 2:                                                 CONUS 0-8 hr probabilistic convective weather
                                                                             forecast. Due June 30, 2011
          Achieve International Organization for
          Standardization Registration in all remaining                      Activity Target 2:
          Directorates by the end of third quarter. Due June                 Submit WRF-RR CONUS IFI forecast and analysis
          30, 2011                                                           algorithm and documentation for operational
          Activity Target 3:                                                 assessment which includes safety, supportability
          Conduct three (3) continuous improvement internal                  and performance testing. Due August 31, 2011
          Office of Safety audits. Due September 30, 2011                Core Business Initiative: National
  Core Business Target: In-Service                                       Airspace System Requirements
  Decision Secretariat                                                   Development-ATDP(M08.27-01)
  Ensure that 100% of applicable programs conform to the                 Complete selected segments of NAS and Domain
  In-Service Decision process.                                           Level Weather Requirements Data Base for NextGen
                                                                         FOC and MOC.
    Core Business Initiative: In-Service                                   Core Activity: National Airspace System
    Decision Secretariat                                                   Weather Requirements Development-
    Ensure the implementation of the Deployment                            ATDP
    Planning Process and In-Service Decision as                            Complete selected segments of NAS and Domain
    governed by the Federal Aviation Administration                        Level Weather Requirements Data Base for
    Acquisition Management System policy.                                  NextGen FOC and MOC.
      Core Activity: In-Service Decision                                     Activity Target 1:
      Secretariat
                                                                             Complete NAS and Domain Level Weather
      Coordinate the deployment planning, in-service
                                                                             Performance Requirements for NextGen FOC and
      review process and in-service decision process for
                                                                             MOC covering enroute and super density airspace.
      service teams ready to deploy solutions into the
                                                                             Due May 15, 2011
      NAS.
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Validate NAS and Domain Level Weather
          Provide guidance, facilitate the Deployment                        Performance Requirements for NextGen FOC and
          Planning Process, and ensure compliance of the In                  MOC Covering en-route and super density
          -Service Decision process for applicable programs,                 airspace. Due July 15, 2011
          as measured by feedback from customers. Interim                    Activity Target 3:
          progress report due April 15, 2011. Due                            Complete allocation of NWS of appropriate
          September 30, 2011                                                 NextGen MOC Weather Performance
                                                                             Requirements in support of TFM. Due September
  Core Business Target: Aviation                                             15, 2011
  Weather                                                           Core Business Target:
  Improve the quality of convective weather forecasts that
  support aviation strategic planning at 4 and 6 hour lead-         Aerospace Performance Factor
  times by reducing over and under forecasting by 2%,               Initiate the incorporation of Aerospace Performance
  while also increasing the critical success index by 1%.           Factor methodologies through out the entire National
                                                                    Airspace System by the end of FY 2011.
  Improve the quality of icing forecasts to mitigate the
  impact of significant icing on aircraft safety by increasing
  the volume efficiency by 2%.

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    Core Business Initiative: Safety                                      Review and identify potential changes to the current
                                                                          operational measures and data collection to better
    Management System Tool -                                              identify risk, risk mitigation, and operational
    Aerospace Performance Factor                                          enhancements to increase system wide safety.
    The Aerospace Performance Factor is a multiyear
    graphic presentation of Air Traffic Organization safety               Continue the development and enhancement of a
    based on multiple safety indicators that have been                    single source of safety data and information from
    combined, weighted, and normalized by total system                    existing data sets.
    operations. It offers a "Dow Jones Industrial Average"
    type of presentation of performance while                             Develop processes to support trend analysis of safety
    incorporating drill down' capability to analyze causative             assurance information.
    factors associated with system wide change. Through                     Core Activity: Data and Analysis Group
    both statistical calculation and historic operational                   Ensure monthly gathering and distribution of Office
    performance, the Aerospace Performance Factor                           of Safety risk reduction data and information.
    offers the establishment of a performance band
    associated with a tolerable level of safety or an                         Activity Target 1:
    acceptable level of risk, whereby trends can be                           Continue monthly development of analytical
    observed and managed.                                                     information from data collected to monitor safety
      Core Activity: Core Activity: Aerospace                                 performance metrics. Due September 30, 2011
      Performance Factor Progression                                          Activity Target 2:
      Goal of FY 2011 is to continue implementation, in                       Provide a report to associated lines of business to
      coordination with En Route & Oceanic Service, of                        identify potential changes to the current
      the Aerospace Performance Factor in the National                        operational measures and data collected. Due
      Airspace System environment and enhance                                 September 30, 2011
      database source inputs.                                                 Activity Target 3:
                                                                              Identify final data schema for Risk Analysis Events
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                              by April 15, 2011. Incorporate the schema and
          Conduct re-assessment of existing Aerospace                         data into the Office of Safety's Safety Data System
          Performance Factor methodologies implemented                        SDS (Business Objects) by end of the fiscal year.
          throughout the National Airspace System. Due                        Due September 30, 2011
          September 30, 2011                                                  Activity Target 4:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                              Provide documentation of the process that
          Complete an assessment of a global/international                    supports safety assurance trend analysis. Due
          standardized Aerospace Performance Factor                           September 30, 2011
          metric and begin implementation. Due September
          30, 2011                                                   Core Business Target: Analyze
          Activity Target 3:
          Complete assessment of integrating Safety and
                                                                     Information
                                                                     Develop enhancements to at least two (2) tools to
          Efficiency Aerospace Performance Factor
                                                                     analyze information and feedback.
          methodologies to support 2013 metric. Due
          September 30, 2011
                                                                          Core Business Initiative: Develop
  Core Business Target: Safety                                            analytical tools
                                                                          Develop enhancement to technical analytical tools to
  Analysis and Data Systems                                               analyze information.
  Group                                                                     Core Activity: Provide corporate
  In FY 2011 the Office of Safety will ensure operational                   business processes and tools
  incident, risk and trend analysis information is distributed              Provide corporate business processes and tactical &
  on a monthly basis. We will continue to improve the                       strategic decision support.
  delivery of this information by adding additional tools (i.e.
  Share point and Stature) and reports to our existing                        Activity Target 1:
  capability.                                                                 Develop enhancements to corporate analytical tool
                                                                              (DMT). Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: Improve                                         Activity Target 2:
    Safety Data and Analysis                                                  Develop enhancements to corporate analytical tool
    Distribute safety data and information within the Office                  (ATSBM). Due September 30, 2011
    of Safety and to other Air Traffic Organization
    operational units in support of reporting requirements.


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  Core Business Target: Safety                                             Activity Target 2:
                                                                           Continue to support safety culture research and
  Culture                                                                  other activities of Action Plan 15 in conjunction
  Safety Culture group will transform safety culture within                with Eurocontrol. Due September 30, 2011
  the Air Traffic Organization through training and                        Activity Target 3:
  understanding across the management ranks and at the
  (work unit) lowest levels of the organization. Success is                Continue to support safety culture activities for
  measured through surveys of employees, and reviews of                    Civil Air Navigation Services Organization
  the data collected. During FY2011, several sources of                    (CANSO) Safety Culture Working Group through
  data including surveys will be used to measure how the                   cooperation on safety culture studies, safety
  culture has changed since FY2010.                                        culture workshops, and initiatives. Universities and
                                                                           colleges will assist with studies, and analytical
    Core Business Initiative:                                              workshops will aid in the acceptance of metric
                                                                           measures of safety culture improvements. Study
    Continuous Improvement                                                 reports and workshop attendance will be used to
    Work to improve safety culture within the ATO by
                                                                           status our progress on this target. Due September
    providing results from 2010 surveys to support action
                                                                           30, 2011
    planning by the Service Units; continue to review
                                                                           Activity Target 4:
    existing and projected training and safety programs
    within the ATO for a consistent Safety Culture                         Complete safety culture review of the Air Traffic
    message; continue to provide safety culture education,                 Safety Action Program and conduct briefings to
    communication tools and resources. Safety Culture                      ATO management. Positive (and negative)
    metrics will be developed based on international data                  indicators and program participation will be used to
    sharing and lessons learned during FY2010. Quarterly                   status our safety culture progress. Due December
    reports will include progress achieved in creating a                   31, 2010
    positive safety culture. Awards, communication                         Activity Target 5:
    highlights, targeted training, and other activities will be            Complete safety culture review of the Crew
    used to bring positive change to safety culture in the                 Resource Management training program and
    ATO.                                                                   conduct briefings to ATO management. Positive
      Core Activity: Safety Culture Surveys                                (and negative) indicators and program participation
      Analyze safety culture surveys conducted during                      will be used to status our safety culture progress.
      FY2010 of Air Traffic Organization personnel in                      Due March 31, 2011
      order to establish baseline metrics and develop                      Activity Target 6:
      action plans for safety culture transformation.                      Complete safety culture review of the Runway
          Activity Target 1:                                               Safety Action Team training program and conduct
                                                                           briefings to ATO management. Positive (and
          Analyze completed safety culture surveys                         negative) indicators and program participation will
          conducted during 2010 and deliver reports on                     be used to status our safety culture progress. Due
          safety culture transformation effectiveness to ATO               June 30, 2011
          participating organizations. Survey scores and
          participation numbers will be used to status our          Core Business Target: Quality
          safety culture progress. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                        Assurance
                                                                    In FY 2011, improve the safety of the National Airspace
          Prepare and conduct briefings on survey results to
                                                                    System with continuous, accurate collection of loss of
          management and all participating bargaining units.
                                                                    separation event data through automated detection tools
          Due April 30, 2011
                                                                    such as the Traffic Analysis and Review Program and
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                    effective personnel reporting policies established by ATO
          Communicate survey results to all participating           Safety Quality Assurance. Conduct effective identification
          organizations. Due April 30, 2011                         of risks and development of mitigations through the ATO
      Core Activity: Safety Culture Review                          Safety Quality Assurance Risk Assessment Process of
      Review existing safety programs, such as Air Traffic          all Risk Assessment Events (radar loss of separation
      Safety Action Program, Crew Resource                          events is which less than 66% of required separation
      Management and Runway Safety Action Team                      were maintained) and through ad hoc audits and
      training, for consistent safety culture messages.             investigations of significant air traffic incidents and trends
                                                                    in compliance with applicable Federal Aviation
          Activity Target 1:                                        Administration orders.
          Complete Just Culture pilot program at (2)                     Core Business Initiative: Perform
          facilities, and report out recommendations. Due
          March 31, 2011                                                 Assessments of Air Traffic
                                                                         Organization Operations
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    The Quality Assurance Directorate identifies National                  (ASTI)
    Airspace System risks and concerns through
    assessments of Air Traffic Organization operations.                    Acquire ASTI in accordance with the FAA Acquisition
      Core Activity: Safety Assurance Core                                 Management System (AMS).
      for Assessments of Air Traffic                                         Core Activity: Acquire Alaskan Satellite
      Organization Operations                                                Telecommunications Infrastructure
      Safety assessment and analysis of Air Traffic                          (ASTI)
      Organization operations.                                               Alaskan Satellite Telecommunications Infrastructure

          Activity Target 1:                                                   Activity Target 1:
          Provide Chief Operating Officer (COO) quarterly                      Award ASTI modernization Contract. Due
          reports on Risk Analysis Program findings and                        September 30, 2011
          recommendations as identified. Due October 31,                       Activity Target 2:
          2010, January 31, 2011, April 30, 2011, and July
          31, 2011. Due September 30, 2011                                     Install antennas and radomes at Cape Romanzof.
          Activity Target 2:                                                   Due September 30, 2011
          Conduct at least one Safety Management System               Core Business Target: Safety:
          audit of an Air Traffic Organization service unit
          each quarter. Due: January 31, 2011, April 30,              Ensure safety of Technical
          2011, July 31, 2011, and the last report will be due
          by the end of the fiscal year. September 30, 2011.
                                                                      Operations employees and the
          Due September 30, 2011                                      National Air Space: Provide ATC
          Activity Target 3:
          Conduct at least one Quality Assurance audit of
                                                                      Communications Services.
                                                                      Implement and track AOV requirement for the ATO to
          field facility(ies) to validate suspected risk trend or     have a program that provides internal oversight,
          proposed risk mitigation identified through Risk            evaluation, and quality assurance. At a minimum the
          Analysis Process (RAP). Provide written report of           program must include: internal regularly scheduled and
          findings and any identified recommendations to the          no-notice inspections, evaluating recommended safety
          Senior Vice President of Operations within 30 days          controls and residual risk, and a process for AOV
          of audit completion. Due: January 31, 2011, April           inclusion, and report status quarterly.
          30, 2011, July 31, 2011, and at the end of the
          fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011                              Core Business Initiative: Analyze
      Core Activity: Operational Errors                                    NAS Changes for Levels of Risk
      Identify all losses of separation in the recorded radar              Analyze all NCPs to ensure there are acceptable
      environment identified through the Mandatory                         levels of risk prior to configuration control decision.
      Occurrence Reporting and Electronic Occurence                          Core Activity: Analyze Risk Assessment
      Reporting processes that are categorized as                            Analyze Risk Assessment
      Category A and B Operational Errors.

          Activity Target 1:                                                   Activity Target 1:
          Provide the Chief Operating Officer (COO)                            Ensure SRM documentation (SRMD or SRMDM)
          quarterly reports on rates and counts of Category                    is submitted with all NCPs. Due September 30,
          A and B Operational Errors identified. Due                           2011
          October 31, 2010; January 31, 2011; April 30,                        Activity Target 2:
          2011; and July 31, 2011. Due September 30, 2011                      Conduct Internal Safety Assurance Program
                                                                               (ISAP) audit to assess the establishment of a
  Core Business Target: Capacity:                                              safety culture. Due September 30, 2011
  Sustain Operational Availability                                    Core Business Target: ATO
  of all facilities at 99.0%: Provide                                 Voluntary Non-Punitive Safety
  ATC Communications Services.                                        Reporting System (VSRP)
  Achieve 90% of the planned activity target dates set for
                                                                      Provide tools and guidance for facilities to complete initial
  ATC Comm. Activities.
                                                                      Air Traffic Safety Action Program (ATSAP) training in
    Core Business Initiative: Acquire                                 collaboration with the National Air Traffic Controllers
                                                                      Association (NATCA) for all new air traffic control
    Alaskan Satellite                                                 personnel during FY2011. If/when a Memorandum of
    Telecommunications Infrastructure                                 Understanding (MOU) is signed with the Professional
                                                                      Airway System Specialists (PASS) union, complete initial
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  training to all new airway transportation system specialist
  personnel during FY2011. Publish an Order covering
                                                                   Core Business Target:
  current and future VSRPs no later than December 31,              Institutionalizing Safety
  2010. Offer similar programs to other
  workgroups/entities during 2011. Communicate quarterly           Management Systems in AJP
  or more frequently if warranted regarding systemic safety        By end of fiscal year FY2011, double the promotional
  issues discovered through any VSRP to all constituents           efforts to institutionalize SMS safety culture in ATO in
  within the Air Traffic Organization.                             order to integrate safety practices and policies in all AJP
                                                                   activities and products thereby reducing safety risk in the
    Core Business Initiative: Voluntary                            National Airspace System (NAS).
    Safety Reporting Progams                                            Core Business Initiative: AJP Safety
    As part of the Administrator's Call-to-Action on surface
    safety held during August 2007, it was recommended                  Management System (SMS)
    (and accepted by the Administrator) that the Air Traffic            Sustain AJP SMS by continuing to integrate safety in
    Organization (ATO) implement a voluntary reporting                  AJP activities and products.
    system of safety related events from controllers and                  Core Activity: SMS Sustaining
    other employees providing air traffic services.                       Integration Support Activities
      Core Activity: Continue Air Traffic                                 Refine AJP SMS policies and practices to support
      Safety Action Program Implementation                                current SMS policies and practices and identify gaps
      The Office of Safety continues to implement a                       to assure SMS compliance for all AJP activities.
      voluntary reporting system of safety related events
      from controllers and other employees providing air                    Activity Target 1:
      traffic services.                                                     Conduct audit of service unit SMS documentation,
                                                                            processes, and policy to assure continued
          Activity Target 1:                                                compliance of SMS. Due July 30, 2011
          Provide tools and guidance for facilities to                      Activity Target 2:
          complete initial Air Traffic Safety Action Program                Conduct two safety promotion activities to
          (ATSAP) training in collaboration with the National               establish a positive safety culture in AJP. Due
          Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) for all               September 30, 2011
          new air traffic control personnel during Fiscal Year
          2011. Due September 30, 2011                             Core Business Target:
          Activity Target 2:
          If/when a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
                                                                   Formulate and Execute Aircraft
          is signed with the PASS union, complete initial          Safety Research and
          training to all new airway transportation system
          specialist personnel during FY2011. Due                  Development Plan
          September 30, 2011                                       By close of Fiscal Year 2011, formulate (for FY13) and
          Activity Target 3:                                       execute (for FY11) an aircraft safety R&D plan that
                                                                   supports FAA strategic goals, AVS mission needs,
          Publish an Order covering current and future             identified threats to aviation safety, introduction or
          VSRPs no later than the end of this calendar year.       application of new technologies, and maintains in-house
          Due December 31, 2010                                    core competencies and FAA safety research
          Activity Target 4:                                       laboratories. Research plans are developed and
          Offer similar programs to other workgroups/entities      executed in union with the three-year Congressional
          during 2011. Examples may include employees              budget cycle.
          represented by National Association of
          Government Employees (NAGE), or those working                 Core Business Initiative: Fire
          for Federal Contract Towers or Flight Service                 Research and Safety(061-110)
          Stations where services are provided by contract              Reduce the number of accidents associated with
          employees. Due September 30, 2011                             aircraft fires and mitigate the effects of a post-crash
          Activity Target 5:                                            ground fire.
          Communicate quarterly or more frequently if                     Core Activity: Conduct Near- and Long-
          warranted regarding systemic safety issues                      term Fire Safety Research.
          discovered through any VSRP to all constituents                 Near-term research focuses on improved fire test
          within the Air Traffic Organization. Due September              standards for interior and structural materials,
          30, 2011                                                        improved fuel tank inerting systems and extended
                                                                          inerting applications, and new or improved fire
                                                                          detection and extinguishment systems; long-term
                                                                          research focuses on developing the enabling
                                                                          technology for a fireproof aircraft cabin constructed
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      of ultra-fire resistant materials.                                    capability. This code is an FAA approved means
                                                                            to support a damage tolerant based certification
          Activity Target 1:                                                enhancement to the current safe life design
                                                                            approach. Due September 30, 2011
          Determine the effectiveness and safety of
          approved and developmental halon replacement                  Core Business Initiative: -Advanced
          agents for the extinguishment of cabin fires with             Materials/Structural Safety (062-
          hand-held extinguishers. Due June 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                            110/062-111)
                                                                        Prevent accidents due to structural failure by
          Standardize the new composite flammability test
                                                                        assessing the safety implications of new and present
          method for in-flight fire resistance. Due September
                                                                        day composites, alloys, and other materials, and
          30, 2011
                                                                        associated structures and fabrication techniques.
      Core Activity: Conduct Laboratory-                                  Core Activity: Conduct Advanced
      Based Applied Research -Fire Safety                                 Materials/Structural Safety Research
      Conduct full and small-scale fire tests to develop                  Develop analytical and testing methods for
      new flammability tests for aircraft materials in                    standardization that improve the crashworthiness of
      applications where regulatory requirements are                      airframes in the event of accidents. Research
      currently nonexistent. In addition, conduct                         focuses on understanding how design, loading, and
      flammability tests and analyses in support of                       damage can affect the remaining life and strength of
      Transport Airplane Directorate (TAD) initiative Policy              composite aircraft structures; developing
      Statement on Flammability Testing of Interior                       maintenance and repair methods that are
      Materials.                                                          standardized and correlated with training and repair
                                                                          station capabilities; enhancing occupant survivability
          Activity Target 1:                                              and reducing personal injury from accidents; and,
          Conduct Sixth Triennial International Fire and                  improving crash characteristics of aircraft structures.
          Cabin Safety Research Conference on October 25
          -28, 2010. Due October 31, 2010                                   Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:                                                Develop a proposed certification protocol with
          Progress report presentation at working group                     detailed methodologies for damage tolerance and
          meeting on adaptation of NextGen burner for                       fatigue for industry through benchmarking and
          engine fire testing. Due May 30, 2011                             focused research including full-scale test and
          Activity Target 3:                                                analysis protocols for repeated loads and damage
                                                                            threats. Due December 31, 2010
          Complete draft report on adaptation of NextGen                    Activity Target 2:
          burner for engine fire testing. Due September 30,
          2011                                                              Complete additional post mortem human subject
                                                                            tests to develop data required to create proposed
    Core Business Initiative: Propulsion                                    guidelines for neck injury criteria for side facing
    and Fuel Systems (063-110)                                              seats. Due September 30, 2011
    Reduce the number of accidents associated with the                  Core Business Initiative:
    failure of aircraft engines, components, and fuel
    systems.                                                            Atmospheric Hazards/Digital
      Core Activity: Conduct Propulsion and                             System Safety(064-110/064-111)
      Fuel Systems Research                                             Reduce the number of accidents or potential accidents
      Ensure the structural integrity and durability of                 associated with aircraft icing and failures to software-
      critical rotating engine parts in turbine engines                 based digital flight controls and avionics systems.
      throughout their service life by providing analytical               Core Activity: ConductAtmospheric
      tools to meet the requirements of Advisory Circular                 Hazards/Digital System Safety Research
      AC33.14-1, "Damage Tolerance for High Energy                        Develop and assess ways to ensure that airframes
      Turbine Engine Rotors" and support aircraft turbine                 and engines can safely operate in atmospheric icing
      engine manufacturers' ability assess the risk of                    conditions, and ensure the proper operation of
      fracture and manage the life of rotor disks. Conduct                software, electronic hardware, and digital systems.
      research to improve understanding of other material
      factors and manufacturing anomalies that can                          Activity Target 1:
      shorten the fatigue life of rotor disks.                              Initiate testing and analysis for the development of
                                                                            improved methods for simulation of ground icing
          Activity Target 1:                                                conditions for determination of fluid failure for
          Continue to advance DARWIN, the probabilistically                 holdover and allowance times. Due January 31,
          based turbine engine rotor design and life                        2011
          management code to enhance its predictive
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          Activity Target 2:                                               Research(066-110)
          Determine acceptable reverse engineering                         Reduce the number of fatal accidents from
          approaches for software development assurance                    uncontained engine failures and propulsion system
          in highly integrated aircraft systems. Due                       malfunctions.
          September 30, 2011
                                                                             Core Activity: Conduct Catastrophic
    Core Business Initiative: Continued                                      Failure Prevention Research
    Airworthiness (065-110)                                                  Develop data and methods for evaluating aircraft
                                                                             vulnerability to uncontained engine failures and
    Prevent, reduce, or mitigate accidents associated with
                                                                             provide analytical tools for protecting identified
    failure of aircraft structure, engines, and systems as a
                                                                             critical systems that may need shielding from
    function of their continued operation and usage.
                                                                             uncontained engine debris. Develop aerospace
      Core Activity: Conduct Continued                                       guidelines and analytical methods for engine fan
      Airworthiness Research                                                 blade out predictions. Examine and investigate
      Understand and develop methods to counter the                          propulsion malfunction indications in response to
      effects of age and usage on the airworthiness of an                    Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
      aircraft over its lifetime, including potential effects of             recommendations and proposed solutions.
      modifications and repairs. Conduct research into
      developing technologies and processes and assess                         Activity Target 1:
      current practices to eliminate or mitigate the                           Complete testing of titanium necessary to populate
      potential failures related to aircraft aging processes.                  the material failure map of LSDYNA MAT224. Due
                                                                               September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                               Activity Target 2:
          Initiate an end-to-end mock certification of Health
                                                                               Continue FAA/NASA/industry sponsored quality
          Usage Monitoring System (HUMS) as a means of
                                                                               control program for modeling aircraft problems in
          direct evidence that will utilize load-measure
                                                                               the manufacturer's supported finite element code
          sensor(s) and associated data acquisition
                                                                               (LSDYNA). Due September 30, 2011
          system(s) for pre-identified dynamic components.
          Due March 31, 2011                                               Core Business Initiative: Aviation
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                           Safety Risk Analysis (060-110)
          Complete study to assess need for new rudder                     Support promotion and expansion of safety information
          design standards in transport category aircraft and              sharing and safety risk management initiatives efforts.
          need for new pilot training standards with regard to
          rudder usage. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                             Core Activity: Conduct System Safety
                                                                             Management Research
      Core Activity: Conduct Laboratory                                      Develop a secure safety information and analysis
      Based Applied Research -Full-scale                                     system that provides access to numerous
      Structural Test and Evaluation Facility                                databases, maintains their currency, enables
      (FASTER)                                                               interoperability across their different formats,
                                                                             provides the ability to identify future threats,
      Conduct full-scale airframe structural testing that
                                                                             conducts a causal analysis of those threats, and
      promotes the development of technologies,
                                                                             recommends solutions. Conduct operational
      procedures, and performance models to prevent
                                                                             research and analysis to maintain or improve
      accidents and mitigate accident severity related to
                                                                             terminal area safety and efficiency.
      civil aircraft failures as a function of their continued
      operation and usage.                                                     Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                   Develop automated tools to monitor databases for
          Initiate testing at the FASTER facility in partnership               potential safety issues and analyze disparate data
          with Boeing and NASA to characterize the damage                      drawn from multiple sources to enhance discovery,
          containment and arrest capability of advanced                        identification, and evaluation of safety risks. Due
          stitched-composite systems. Due March 30, 2011                       September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                                   Activity Target 2:
          Provide data necessary towards update of Metallic                    Complete evaluation air traffic and flight
          Materials Properties Development and                                 procedures for terminal area operations using a
          Standardization (MMPDS) manual. Due                                  pilot-in-the-loop flight simulator. Due September
          September 30, 2011                                                   30, 2011

    Core Business Initiative: Aircraft                                     Core Business Initiative: Unmanned
    Catastrophic Failure Prevention                                        Aircraft System (069-110)

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    Support establishment of regulatory standards on UAS                    Core Activity: Continue Deployment of
    design and performance characteristics while                            Surveillance and Broadcast Services
    operating in the NAS.
                                                                            (SBS) in Alaska
      Core Activity: Conduct Unmanned                                       Continue deployment of Surveillance and Broadcast
      Aircraft Systems Research                                             Services (SBS) at key Alaska sites in support of
      Develop airworthiness standards, devise operational                   expanding and accelerating the implementation of
      requirements, establish maintenance procedures,                       safety and air navigation improvement programs in
      and conduct safety oversight activities that safely                   Alaska.
      integrate UAS into the NAS. The program is
      structured into seven research areas: technology                        Activity Target 1:
      survey; system safety; detect, sense and avoid                          Obtain the decision for expansion of Surveillance
      (DSA); control, command, and communication (C3);                        & Broadcast Services at the Anchorage Air Route
      flight termination, certification and airworthiness                     Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) Service Delivery
      standards, and maintenance and continuing                               Point with 3 additional Service Volumes and 5
      airworthiness issues.                                                   additional Automated Weather Observing Systems
          Activity Target 1:                                                  (AWOS). Due March 31, 2011
          Continue FAA-USAF joint flight tests to study on-          Core Business Target: Employee
          board DSA technology. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                         Safety Performance
                                                                     Develop metric measures of employee safety
          Continue to identify potential safety implications of
                                                                     performance by the end of the Fiscal Year.
          system performance impediments to C3. Due
          September 30, 2011                                              Core Business Initiative: Employee
    Core Business Initiative: NextGen                                     Safety Participation
    Alternative Fuels for General                                         The role of the Office of Safety Employee Safety
                                                                          Performance office is to improve and leverage
    Aviation (A11.M)                                                      employee safety performance activities within the Air
    Address the use of alternative and renewable fuels for                Traffic Organization. Our goal is to ensure that all lines
    GA to lessen aviation environmental impacts to air and                of business provide a baseline level of employee
    water quality.                                                        safety training to all employees on a regular basis.
      Core Activity: Conduct Laboratory-                                  Employee safety performance will lead to a safer
      Based Applied Research - NextGen                                    working environment for all employees. We will also
      Alternative Fuels-General Aviation                                  improve employee safety performance by conducting
      Investigate alternative fuels for general aviation                  safety inspections. We will ensure employee safety
      aircraft that lower or eliminate lead while maintaining             performance is measured by accurate documentation
      the airworthiness of aircraft engines and airframe                  of injury and illness and hazard reporting in the Safety
      fuel management systems.                                            Management Information System and is used to
                                                                          validate that hazards are reported and abated. All
          Activity Target 1:                                              employee safety data is reported in the Air Traffic
          Provide data and report on laboratory                           Organization, Federal Aviation Administration and
          characterization and engine ground testing of                   Department of Transportation Annual Occupational
          candidate unleaded fuels to replace 100LL avgas.                Safety and Health Report to the President of the
          Due September 30, 2011                                          United States through the Department of Labor.
                                                                            Core Activity: Employee Safety
  Core Business Target: Alaska                                              Participation
  Accidents                                                                 Increase employee performance of safety practices
                                                                            in the Air Traffic Organization.
  By the end of FY 2019, reduce the Rate of Fatal and
  Serious Injury Accidents by 10% in 10 years. FY 2011                        Activity Target 1:
  Target: 1.84
                                                                              Develop (non-injury based) metric measures of
    Core Business Initiative: Implement                                       employee safety performance by the end of third
                                                                              quarter FY 2011. Due June 30, 2011
    Automatic Dependent Surveillance -                                        Activity Target 2:
    Broadcast (ADS-B) across Alaska.                                          Assess 70% of the workplace inspection trends in
    Implement ADS-B across Alaska. Based on an Alaska                         Workplace Inspection Tool; status reports no later
    Aviation Industry Memorandum of Agreement (MOA),                          than the last day of each quarter. Due September
    efforts will include expansion of ADS-B to remote                         30, 2011
    areas and weather and communications
    improvements.
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          Activity Target 3:                                       collaborate with all appropriate ATO and union
          Assess 70% of the injury and illness and hazard          stakeholders to reduce the negative effect that employee
          Unsatisfactory Conditions Report trends in Safety        fatigue has within the Air Traffic across the management
          Management Information System; status reports            ranks and at the (work unit) lowest levels of the
          no later than the last day of each quarter. Due          organization. Success is measured through employee
          September 30, 2011                                       surveys, research gained through piloted test groups in
                                                                   controlled workplace settings and reviews of the data
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                   collected. During FY2011, data collected will be used to
          Benchmark employee safety performance by                 measure the effect of fatigue risk mitigations and
          partnering with two other organizations during FY        interventions during FY2011.
          2011. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                        Core Business Initiative: Air Traffic
      Core Activity: Employee Safety
      Implement programs to improve employee safety                     Organization Fatigue Risk
      culture and measure workforce actions based on                    Management Program
      employee performance of Occupational Safety                       The role of the Fatigue Risk Management Program is
      Health policy, practices, and training.                           to identify and prioritize operational risks due to
                                                                        fatigue, assist in developing a comprehensive range of
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        fatigue risk mitigation recommendations to be applied
          Conduct one Occupational Safety Health (OSH)                  throughout the ATO operational community, and
          audit to measure employee safety performance by               collaborate closely with all Service Units, labor
          promoting and capturing evidence of safe work                 organizations, and the fatigue science community.
          practices quarterly in at least 10 supervisors'               This collaboration will translate into developing and
          performance assessments ATO wide. AJS will                    improving practices and policies that positively effect
          provide feedback at the conclusion. Due end of                operational performance and safety through reducing
          March, June, and September 2011 respectively.                 fatigue risk in the Air Traffic Organization work place.
          Due September 30, 2011                                          Core Activity: Fatigue Safety Awareness
          Activity Target 2:
          Support development of an awards program for                    Increase fatigue risk awareness throughout the Air
          exhibiting safe work practices to at least: (1) one             Traffic Organization.
          employee, and (2) offices/teams. Due End of May
          2011 Due May 31, 2011                                             Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 3:                                                Improve content and facilitate delivery of enhanced
          Coordinate OSH Policy Statement for Chief                         fatigue safety training/education to Air Traffic
          Operating Officer signature by the end of the                     Controllers. Due June 30, 2011
          second quarter of the fiscal year. Due March 31,                  Activity Target 2:
          2011                                                              Finalize comprehensive communications strategy
          Activity Target 4:                                                to convey fatigue safety information to the Air
          Develop an Air Traffic Organization Safety Week                   Traffic Organization operational community. Due
          Campaign by the end of the third quarter of the                   June 30, 2011
          fiscal year. Due June 30, 2011                                    Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 5:                                                Facilitate development of education/training plan
          Begin tracking ATO OSH Strategic Plan with                        for managers on fatigue causes, indicators and
          quarterly progress checks. Due end of December,                   risks; decision-making in scheduling and other
          March, June, and September 2011 respectively.                     personnel management decisions, and fatigue-risk
          Due September 30, 2011                                            mitigation policies and guidance. Due September
                                                                            30, 2011
  Core Business Target: Air Traffic                                         Activity Target 4:
  Organization Fatigue Risk                                                 Facilitate development of employee
                                                                            education/training on fatigue causes, hazards,
  Management (FRM) Program                                                  risks and mitigation policies and guidance for
  Identify and prioritize operational risks due to fatigue,                 Airway Transportation System Specialists (ATSS).
  develop appropriate risk mitigation methods to include:                   Due September 30, 2011
  development of a Fatigue Risk Management System
  (FRMS), education and training program enhancements,                    Core Activity: Fatigue Risk Data
  fatigue research target recommendations, data                           Collection
  collection, analysis and fusion process development, and                Design and further integrate fatigue risk event
  policy and practices analysis and potential                             information and fatigue safety recommendations into
  recommendations regarding fatigue related initiatives.                  current and future Air Traffic Organization safety
  Fatigue Risk Management Program Office will                             reporting systems.
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          Activity Target 1:                                                  Activity Target 3:
          Baseline fatigue risk in the Air Traffic Organization               Benchmark appropriate transportation, regulatory
          operational environment via four Steps. Step 1 of                   and/or international organizations to identify
          the 4 Steps. Implement fatigue specific questions                   applicable fatigue data capture/analysis and
          in the Voluntary Safety Reporting Program                           mitigation approaches for Air Traffic Organization
          (VSRP). Due March 31, 2011                                          Fatigue Risk Managenent System improvement
          Activity Target 2:                                                  initiatives. Due September 30, 2011
          Baseline fatigue risk in the Air Traffic Organization             Core Activity: Fatique Related Policy
          operational environment via four Steps. Step 2 of                 and Agreements
          the 4 Steps. Design fatigue research baseline plan                Recommend initiatives and improvements to fatigue
          to collect data for Technical Operations. Due                     safety policy, guidance, agreements, Memorandum
          March 31, 2011                                                    of Understandings (MOU).
          Activity Target 3:
          Baseline fatigue risk in the Air Traffic Organization               Activity Target 1:
          operational environment via four Steps. Step 3 of                   Develop draft policy revision recommendations for
          the 4 Steps. Conduct semantic data mining                           air traffic controllers regarding work place fatigue
          research into Air Traffic Safety Action Program air                 risks and mitigations. Due June 30, 2011
          traffic control reports to identify the level to which              Activity Target 2:
          fatigue is involved in operational occurrences. Due                 Develop draft policy revision recommendations for
          June 30, 2011                                                       airway transportation system specialist (ATSS)
          Activity Target 4:                                                  regarding work place fatigue risks and mitigations.
          Baseline fatigue risk in the Air Traffic Organization               Due September 30, 2011
          operational environment via four Steps. Step 4 of
          the 4 Steps. Analyze fatigue baseline data                 Core Business Target: Safety &
          collected during the 2010 National Aeronautics
          Space Administration Air Traffic Control Fatigue
                                                                     Learning Culture
                                                                     Actively pursue a safety and learning culture.
          Survey and Study. Due June 30, 2011
          Activity Target 5:
          Collect, model and analyze planned/actual work                  Core Business Initiative: Increase
          schedules to identify fatigue risk in Air Traffic
          Control and Technical Operations shift schedules.
                                                                          Safety Awareness
          Due September 30, 2011                                          Promote communication around safety so Technical
          Activity Target 6:                                              Operations has increased safety awareness.
                                                                            Core Activity: Increase Safety Related
          Develop and program a fatigue risk out-year
          seminal research agenda. Due June 30, 2011                        Information
                                                                            Support opportunities to raise awareness of safety
      Core Activity: Fatigue Risk Management                                and disseminate safety related information.
      System
      Leverage science and data for FRMS continuous                           Activity Target 1:
      improvement and conduct at least two Fatigue Risk                       Improved safety awareness in Technical
      Steering Committee (FRSC) meetings during FY                            Operations. Due September 30, 2011
      2011.
                                                                     Core Business Target: Safe
          Activity Target 1:
          Design a concept of operations for an Air Traffic
                                                                     Delivery of Terminal Air Traffic
          Organization Fatigue Risk Management System.               Control Services
          Develop and receive approval for an operating              Ensure the provision of safe terminal air traffic control
          Charter, Memorandum Of Understanding and/or                services throughout the terminal portion of the National
          FAA Order, and generate all necessary                      Airspace System (NAS) in FY 2011 by meeting or
          agreements of Agency and Union participation in            exceeding the safety outcomes stated in the FY2008-
          the Fatigue Risk Management System. Due                    FY2012 Flight Plan. The performance targets for ATO-
          September 30, 2011                                         Terminal safety and efficiency measures are: By FY
          Activity Target 2:                                         2010, limit Category A and B (most serious) runway
          Design data feedback mechanisms to establish               incursions to a rate of no more than 0.450 per million
          that fatigue risk analysis, proposed mitigations,          operations, and maintain or improve through FY 2012
          and documented success are based on science                (FY11 Target = 0.450 per million ops); By the end of FY
          and data. Due September 30, 2011                           2013, reduce total runway incursions by 10 percent from
                                                                     the FY 2008 baseline (FY 2011 Target: -2%); and in FY
                                                                     2011 provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
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  (with copy to the Vice President of Safety Services) with                  towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
  quarterly reports on AJT actions (training, procedural                     reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
  changes, etc.) taken in response to quarterly AJS risk                     September 30, 2011
  analysis reports. Due November 30, 2010; February 28,                      Activity Target 2:
  2011; May 31, 2011; and August 30, 2011.                                   Report on results towards achieving the annual
    Core Business Initiative: Safely                                         safety performance targets for Category A&B
                                                                             (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
    Manage Terminal Facilities                                               0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
    Provide management oversight to ensure safe and                          September 30, 2011
    efficient operations at terminal facilities within a                     Activity Target 3:
    specific geographical region.
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Carolina District                                         Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
                                                                             Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
                                                                             actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011
                                                                             in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Georgia District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
                                                                           defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                           efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                             Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
                                                                             safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
                                                                             (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Cincinnati District                                       Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
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          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Memphis District                                          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          Report on results towards achieving the annual
                                                                             2011. Due August 31, 2011
          safety performance targets for Category A&B
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than                 Core Activity: Terminal Services
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Operations - New York District
          September 30, 2011                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          Activity Target 3:                                               support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - New England District                                      Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          Report on results towards achieving the annual
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          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
                                                                             actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      Operations - New York Tracon District                                  Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                2011. Due August 31, 2011
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                         Core Activity: Terminal Services
      efficient operations.
                                                                           Operations - Pittsburgh District
          Activity Target 1:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
                                                                           defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                           efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                             Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
                                                                             safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
                                                                             (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - North Florida District                                    Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
                                                                             Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
                                                                             actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011
                                                                             in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Potomac Tracon District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
                                                                           defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                           efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          2011. Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                             in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,

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          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
                                                                             reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                             Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
                                                                             safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
                                                                             (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - South Florida District                                    Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
                                                                             Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
                                                                             actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011
                                                                             in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Independence District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
                                                                           defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                           efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                             Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
                                                                             safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
                                                                             (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Washington District                                       Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
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          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Anchorage District                                        Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          Report on results towards achieving the annual
                                                                             2011. Due August 31, 2011
          safety performance targets for Category A&B
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than                 Core Activity: Terminal Services
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Operations - John Wayne District
          September 30, 2011                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          Activity Target 3:                                               support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Hawaii-Pacific District                                   Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          Report on results towards achieving the annual
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          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Las Vegas District                                        Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
                                                                             Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
                                                                             actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011
                                                                             in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Northern California District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
                                                                           defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                           efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                             Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
                                                                             safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
                                                                             (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
                                                                             0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
                                                                             September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          2011. Due August 31, 2011                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Los Angeles District                                      Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
                                                                             (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
                                                                             Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
                                                                             actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011
                                                                             in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Phoenix District
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      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
                                                                           Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - San Francisco District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                 September 30, 2011
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    Activity Target 2:
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Report on results towards achieving the annual
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   safety performance targets for Category A&B
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011
                                                                             Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
      Operations - Salt Lake City District                                   Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
                                                                           Core Activity: Terminal Services
          September 30, 2011                                               Operations - Seattle District
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide day-to-day management oversight and
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT

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          Activity Target 1:                                                 2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Activity Target 4:
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          September 30, 2011                                                 actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          Activity Target 2:                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than                   2011. Due August 31, 2011
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          September 30, 2011
                                                                           Core Activity: Terminal Services
          Activity Target 3:                                               Operations - Denver District
                                                                           Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT                 efficient operations.
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Activity Target 1:
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                        towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%
          Activity Target 4:                                                 reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                    September 30, 2011
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                       Activity Target 2:
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                   Report on results towards achieving the annual
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 safety performance targets for Category A&B
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                      September 30, 2011
          2011. Due August 31, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 3:
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                       Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
      Operations - Southern California District                              (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
                                                                             Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
      Provide day-to-day management oversight and                            actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
      support to all terminal facilities within the districts                in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
      defined geographical area to ensure safe and                           Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
      efficient operations.                                                  February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
                                                                             2011. Due November 30, 2010
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 4:
          Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion                          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services
          Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results                      (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety
          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                    actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken
          September 30, 2011                                                 in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                     February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                        2011. Due August 31, 2011
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than                 Core Activity: Terminal Services
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due
          September 30, 2011
                                                                           Operations - Portland District
                                                                           Provide day-to-day management oversight and
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                           support to all terminal facilities within the districts
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                  defined geographical area to ensure safe and
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                     efficient operations.
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken                 Activity Target 1:
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.                Report on ATO-Terminal's Runway Incursion
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                            Operational Error (OE) Reduction Plan results
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,
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          towards achieving the FY2011 goal of a 2%                       Activity Target 2:
          reduction in total Runway Incursions (RIs). Due                 Continue conducting initial, recurrent, and
          September 30, 2011                                              refresher Crew Resource Management workshops
          Activity Target 2:                                              totaling no less than ten (10) workshops
          Report on results towards achieving the annual                  throughout the fiscal year. Interim target of five (5)
          safety performance targets for Category A&B                     facilities by March 31, 2011. Due September 30,
          (most serious) Runway Incursions of no more than                2011. Due September 30, 2011
          0.450 incursions per million operations. Due                    Activity Target 3:
          September 30, 2011                                              Initiate development of a Basic Crew Resource
          Activity Target 3:                                              Management Academy Course. Draft Course
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                 outline by March 31, 2011. Obtain approval of
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                    course outline from the Academy and key
          Services) with the first quarterly report on AJT                stakeholders by September 30, 2011. Due
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken              September 30, 2011
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.             Activity Target 4:
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                         Continue measurement of Crew Resource
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                   Management follow-up activities and results and
          2011. Due November 30, 2010                                     conduct measurement on five (5) facilities
          Activity Target 4:                                              throughout FY2011. Due September 30, 2011.
          Provide the Vice President of Terminal Services                 Due September 30, 2011
          (with a copy to the Vice President of Safety                    Activity Target 5:
          Services) with the final quarterly report on AJT                Develop and/or disseminate safety promotional
          actions (training, procedural changes, etc.) taken              materials across the Air Traffic Organization.
          in response to quarterly AJS risk analysis reports.             Interim report due March 30, 2011. Due
          Quarterly Reports Due November 30, 2010                         September 30, 2011. Due September 30, 2011
          February 28, 2011 May 31, 2011 and August 31,                   Activity Target 6:
          2011. Due August 31, 2011
                                                                          Track and report training completions monthly of
  Core Business Target: Safety                                            Office of Safety sponsored training courses.
                                                                          Reports due monthly starting in October 2010. Due
  Promotion                                                               September 30, 2011. Due September 30, 2011
  The Operational Services Directorate will communicate                   Activity Target 7:
  and disseminate safety information which will strengthen
                                                                          Continue the animated training environment
  the ATO's safety culture. AJS will develop a draft plan for
                                                                          improvement by producing one animation
  ensuring the training and promotional material is uniform
                                                                          feedback event per quarter for each option (Air
  and technically correct, and is distributed as guidance
                                                                          Traffic Control Tower, Terminal Radar Approach
  information throughout the ATO by the end of the fiscal
                                                                          Control and En Route), with an associated
  year.
                                                                          interactive training event. Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: Safety                                      Activity Target 8:
    Promotion                                                             Continue development of advanced Safety Risk
    The focus of Safety Promotion is to communicate and                   Management courses to support SMS awareness.
    disseminate safety information, which will further                    Deliver a minimum of two courses by the end of
    strengthen the ATO safety culture.                                    the fiscal year. Interim target: Complete first draft
                                                                          by March 30, 2011. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Safety Promotion
      Develop informational and training products to               Core Business Target: Safety
      promote operational safety and to improve the
      performance of flight line drivers, pilots and               Risk Management
      controllers.                                                 Monitor the integration of Safety Risk Management
                                                                   processes into National Airspace System changes to
          Activity Target 1:                                       ensure that these changes have been assessed for
          Develop and execute FY2011 Safety Promotion              safety risk and that identified safety risks have been
          Strategy to support NextGen safety efforts and           mitigated and/or lowered to an acceptable level prior to
          Safety Management System continuous                      inclusion into the National Airspace System. In FY 2011,
          improvement efforts. Strategy document due               ensure all National Airspace System changes have
          November 30, 2010. Interim progress report due           proper Safety Risk Management documentation.
          March 30, 2011. Final progress report due
          September 30, 2011. Due September 30, 2011                    Core Business Initiative: Safety Risk
                                                                        Management
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    The Safety Risk Management Office ensures that all                      Activity Target 1:
    National Airspace Change Proposals have been                            Develop safety guidance for the integration of
    assessed for safety risk, and that documented safety                    safety risk management into NextGen Solution Set
    risks are mitigated and/or lowered to an acceptable                     planning and implementation. Interim Report by
    level prior to inclusion into the National Airspace                     June 30, 2011 and Final Report by the end of the
    System.                                                                 fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Safety Risk Management
      Review all Safety Risk Management documentation                   Core Business Initiative: NextGen
      for National Airspace System Change Proposals and
      acquisition programs. Conduct a review and analysis
                                                                        Safety Standards Group
                                                                        Collaborates with stakeholders in the development of
      of responses to Compliance findings to ensure they
                                                                        NextGen safety standards and integrated risk
      are properly addressed and timely.
                                                                        assessment processes. Reviews safety risk analyses
          Activity Target 1:                                            and approves safety risk management documentation
                                                                        associated with NextGen solution sets to validate
          Review Safety Risk Management documentation
                                                                        safety requirements for associated enabling platforms
          associated with National Airspace System Change
                                                                        in support of the Joint Resource Council (JRC)
          Proposal, procedure and document changes
                                                                        Investment Decision.
          submitted to the Safety Risk Management Office
          during FY 2011. Review 75% of the first and
                                                                          Core Activity: NextGen Safety
          second quarter submissions by April, 2011.                      Standards
          Review 80% of the remaining submissions by the                  Develop risk-based modeling for NextGen and
          end of the fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011                  develop Safety Risk Management standards.
          Activity Target 2:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Review Safety Risk Management documentation                       Develop risk-based modeling for NextGen
          associated with acquisition programs submitted to                 concepts/solution sets at the NextGen Integration
          the Safety System Working Group during FY 2011.                   and Evaluation Capability (NIEC) Lab. Interim
          Review 75% of the first and second quarter                        Report by June 30, 2011 and Final Report by the
          submissions by April, 2011. Review 80% of the                     end of the fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
          remaining submissions by fiscal year end. Due
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
          September 30, 2011
                                                                            Develop safety risk management standards to
  Core Business Target:                                                     support the implementation of SMS requirements
                                                                            for NextGen integration and implementation.
  Integrated Safety Management                                              Interim Report by June 30, 2011 and Final Report
  In FY 2011, the Office of Integrated Safety Management                    by the end of the fiscal year. Due September 30,
  will contribute to the increase of safety in the NAS by (a)               2011
  publishing integrated safety risk management guidance
  and standards for the NextGen implementation, (b)                     Core Business Initiative:
  conducting independent safety assessments of 100% of                  Independent Safety Assessment
  selected NAS changes that are ready for deployment to
  ensure compliance with SRM principles and operational                 Group
  readiness in support of major acquisition decisions as                The Independent Safety Assessments Group conducts
  defined in the AMS, and (c) coordinating activities to                independent safety reviews and assessments,
  promote global safety harmonization with international                Independent Operational Test and Evaluation
  bodies such as ICAO, CANSO, and ECTL, including                       (IOT&E); and data analyses on National Airspace
  publishing the Global SMS Implementation Guide for                    System processes and procedures - to include
  CANSO members.                                                        NextGen operational concept demonstrations and
                                                                        prototyping. In order to ensure that safety risks are
    Core Business Initiative: Safety                                    effectively mitigated.
    Policy Group                                                          Core Activity: Independent Operational
    Designs, develops, and establishes policies, plans,                   Assessment
    processes, and training requirements to implement                     Conduct Independent Operational Assessments of
    NextGen SMS requirements for the ATO. Develops                        designated system acquisition and modification
    safety guidance for the development and integration of                programs to ensure operational readiness and
    safety risk management into NextGen planning and                      compliance with Safety Risk Management in support
    implementation.                                                       of In-Service and other Acquisition Decisions.
      Core Activity: Safety Policy
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
      Provide safety guidance to integrate safety analysis
      activities for NextGen Implementation.                                Working with the Independent Operational
                                                                            Assessment Designation Working Group and the
                                                                            Independent Operational Assessment Designation
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          Board, prepare the FY 2011 Independent                          Core Activity: International
          Operational Assessment Designation                              Coordination
          Memorandum and deliver to the Vice President of                 Coordinates Office of Safety international activities
          the Office of Safety. Due June 30, 2011                         with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO),
          Activity Target 2:                                              Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO),
          Using the Independent Operational Follow-up                     Eurocontrol, and other international bodies to ensure
          Assessment process and the In-Service Decisions                 global harmonization of safety management in the
          Action Plan Status, measure the number of                       provision of air navigation services.
          significant issues or hazards identified subsequent
          to and within six months of the programs                          Activity Target 1:
          respective In-Service Decisions. Independent                      Coordinate Office of Safety international activities
          Operational Assessment Follow-up Report target                    to ensure global harmonization of safety
          due dates are not listed due to the inherent                      management in the provision of air navigation
          dependency on respective programs schedule that                   services. Interim Report by March 15, 2011 and
          are not available at this time. Due September 30,                 Final Report by the end of the fiscal year. Due
          2011                                                              September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
          Using the Independent Operational Follow-up
                                                                   Core Business Target: Safety
          Assessment process, measure the number of                Management System in the Air
          significant issues or hazards, identified during
          Independent Operational Assessment which are             Traffic Organizations Terminal
          addressed within six months of the program's
          respective In-Service Decisions. Independent
                                                                   Service
                                                                   Continue Implementation of Safety Management System
          Operational Assessment Follow-up Report target           Activities in the Air Traffic Organizations Terminal
          due dates are not listed due to the inherent             Service by conducting four (4) Safety Risk Management
          dependency on respective programs schedule that          Training Conferences, conducting three (3) Safety
          are not available at this time. Due September 30,        Management System Audits and verifying mitigations
          2011                                                     have been implemented for Safety Risk Management
      Core Activity: Independent Safety                            Documents (SRMDs) with high risk hazards in FY2011.
      Assessment                                                        Core Business Initiative: Safety
      Conduct Safety Independent Assessments of
      selected systems or procedures as directed by the                 Management System (SMS) in
      Vice President of the Office of Safety or the Director            Terminal Service
      of the Office of Safety Management System.                        Continued Compliance with Safety Management
      Conduct Independent assessments verifying the                     Requirements
      implementation and effectiveness of risk mitigations                Core Activity: Safety Risk Management
      across the Air Traffic Organization.
                                                                          in Terminal Service
          Activity Target 1:                                              Conduct Safety Risk Management Training
                                                                          Conferences within the Terminal Service in
          Measure the number of items in the individual
                                                                          compliance with JO1000.37
          action plans for each assessment, which are
          addressed within six months of being reported to                  Activity Target 1:
          the respective Program Office. Due September 30,
                                                                            Plan four (4) Safety Risk Management Training
          2011
                                                                            Conferences within Terminal Due December 31,
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                            2010
          Verify mitigation and residual risks associated with              Activity Target 2:
          high and medium risk hazards. Produce status
                                                                            Conduct four (4) Safety Risk Management Training
          reports by March 15, 2011 and by the end of the
                                                                            Conferences within Terminal. Due September 30,
          fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            2011
    Core Business Initiative:                                             Core Activity: Safety Assurance in
    International Coordination Group                                      Terminal Service
    Coordinates Office of Safety international activities                 Apply safety assurance processes to ensure that the
    with ICAO, CANSO, Eurocontrol, and other                              Safety Management System is effectively
    international bodies to ensure global harmonization of                implemented across the Terminal Service.
    safety management in the provision of air navigation
    services.                                                               Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Deliver the first of four quarterly reports verifying
                                                                            mitigations that have been implemented for Safety
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          Risk Management Documents (SRMDs) with high                       Factors R&D plan in coordination with NextGen
          risk hazards.                                                     Integration & Implementation Office (AJP-A),
                                                                            sponsor (AVS), and REDAC Subcommittee on
          . Due January 31, 2011                                            Human Factors. Due April 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                                Activity Target 2:
          Deliver the final quarterly report verifying                      Complete execution of FY2011 NextGen Flight
          mitigations that have been implemented for Safety                 Deck Human Factors R&D plan and report
          Risk Management Documents (SRMDs) with high                       milestone accomplishments. Due September 30,
          risk hazards. Due September 30, 2011                              2011

  Core Business Target: NextGen                                         Core Business Initiative: NextGen
  Flight Deck Human Factors                                             Self Separation (111-120)
                                                                        Conduct research and deliver human factors products
  Research and Development in                                           that support FAA strategic goals and AVS mission
                                                                        needs, mitigate identified threats to aviation safety,
  Air/Ground Integration and Self                                       and support introduction or application of new
  Separation                                                            technologies for NextGen.
  Conduct human factors research and deliver human                        Core Activity: NextGen Flight Deck
  factors research and development (R&D) products that                    Human Factors Research and
  support FAA strategic goals and AVS mission needs,                      Development Plan - NextGen Self
  mitigate identified threats to aviation safety, and support
  introduction of application of new technologies for                     Separation
  NextGen. The NextGen Flight Deck Human Factors                          Formulate and execute a NextGen Flight Deck
  R&D program is executed in an integrated manner with                    Human Factors R&D plan. Plans are developed,
  focus areas in instrument procedures, separation                        implemented and executed throughout the two year
  assurance and collision avoidance, low visibility ground                budget cycle resulting in current and near term
  operations, automation and roles/responsibilities, data                 milestones being reported and updated in the
  communications, risk and error management, trajectory                   National Aviation Research Plan (NARP). Primary
  based operations, training and personnel qualification,                 focus areas are instrument procedures, separation
  single pilot operations, and decision making/decision                   assurance and collison avoidance, low visibility
  support. 90% of comments received from the research                     ground operations, and automation.
  sponsors and the Research Engineering Development                         Activity Target 1:
  Advisory Committee (REDAC) will be reviewed and
  reconciled for incorporation into the NextGen Flight Deck                 Develop FY2011 NextGen Flight Deck Human
  Human Factors R&D plans.                                                  Factors R&D plan in coordination with NextGen
                                                                            Integration & Implementation Office (AJP-A),
    Core Business Initiative: NextGen                                       sponsor (AVS), and REDAC Subcommittee on
    Air Ground Integration (111-110)                                        Human Factors. Due April 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
    Conduct research and deliver human factors products
    that support FAA strategic goals and AVS mission                        Complete execution of FY2011 NextGen Flight
    needs, mitigate identified threats to aviation safety,                  Deck Human Factors R&D plan and report
    and support introduction or application of new                          milestone accomplishments. Due September 30,
    technologies for NextGen.                                               2011
      Core Activity: NextGen Flight Deck
      Human Factors Research and
                                                                   Core Business Target: Conduct
      Development Plan - NextGen Air                               Human Factors Research and
      Ground Integration                                           Development in Air Traffic
      Formulate and execute a NextGen Flight Deck
      Human Factors R&D plan. Plans are developed,                 Control/Airways Facilities
      implemented and executed throughout the two year             Conduct human factors research and deliver human
      budget cycle resulting in current and near term              factors research and development (R&D) products that
      milestones being reported and updated in the                 support FAA strategic goals and assure that the human
      National Aviation Research Plan (NARP). Primary              centered perspective and the human roles,
      focus areas are data communication, risk and error           responsibilities and capabilities are included in all
      management, trajectory based operations, and                 concepts, designs, procedures and policies. For 2011 we
      decision making/decision support.                            will review and analyze 90% of the comments received
                                                                   from the research sponsors and the Research
          Activity Target 1:                                       Engineering Development Advisory Committee (REDAC)
          Develop FY2011 NextGen Flight Deck Human                 for incorporation into the Air Traffic Control Human

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  Factors R&D Plan.                                               requirements, and will form the basis for developing a
                                                                  plan for corrective actions based on the audit findings.

    Core Business Initiative: Air Traffic                              Core Business Initiative: Maintain
    Control/Airway Facilities Human                                    and Continuously Improve the AJE
    Factors (082-110)                                                  Safety Management System (SMS)
    Conduct human factors research and deliver human                   Maintain and continuously improve the AJE SMS for
    factors research and development (R&D) products that               the delivery of safe air traffic services.
    support FAA strategic goals and assure that the                      Core Activity: Determine a Strategy for
    human centered perspective and the human roles,                      Improving the AJE SMS
    responsibilities and capabilities are included in all                Determine a strategy for improving the AJE SMS.
    concepts, designs, procedures and policies.
      Core Activity: Air Traffic
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
      Control/Airways Facilities Human
                                                                           Evaluate and analyze gaps by reviewing previous
      Factors Research and Development                                     audits and assessments. Due December 31, 2010
      Plan                                                                 Activity Target 2:
      Formulate and execute an Air Traffic control and
      Airways Facilities Human Factors Research and                        Develop an AJE Continuous Improvement Plan.
      Development Plan.                                                    Due January 31, 2011
                                                                         Core Activity: AJE Compliance with Air
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                         Traffic Organization (ATO) Safety
          Develop FY2011 Air Traffic Control and Airways
          Facilities Human Factors R&D Plan. Due April 30,
                                                                         Requirements
                                                                         Ensure compliance with ATO safety requirements.
          2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Complete execution of the FY2011 Air Traffic
          Control and Airways Facilities Human Factors                     Develop an AJE Audit Plan. Due December 31,
          R&D Plan and report milestone accomplishments.                   2010
          Due September 30, 2011                                           Activity Target 2:
                                                                           Conduct internal audits within AJE. Due July 31,
  Core Business Target: Perform                                            2011
  Assurance Activities                                                     Activity Target 3:
  Continue to perform assurance activities to learn and                    Develop corrective action plans based on the audit
  improve using corporate experience and performance.                      results. Due September 30, 2011

    Core Business Initiative: Improve                                    Core Activity: Promote a Positive Safety
                                                                         Culture within AJE
    Assurance Policies                                                   Promote a positive safety culture within AJE.
    Understand ATO-level assurance initiatives and
    develop/improve Technical Operations policies.
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Improve Assurance
                                                                           Provide safety-related training to AJE employees.
      Process                                                              Due September 30, 2011
      Develop and improve Technical Operations
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
      processes to support safety assurance within
      Technical Operations.                                                Facilitate intra and inter Service Unit collaboration
                                                                           and communication. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                               Activity Target 3:
          Improve processes to enhance safety                              Assess progress towards achieving year-end
          performance. Due September 30, 2011                              performance goals. Due March 31, 2011

  Core Business Target: Safety                                           Core Activity: Maintain an Acceptable
                                                                         Level of Risk within the AJE
  Management System (SMS)                                                Environment through the Safety
  Maintain and continuously improve the Air Traffic
  Organization En Route and Oceanic Services (AJE) SMS                   Management System (SMS)
  for the delivery of safe air traffic services. FY11 Target:            Ensure an acceptable level of risk is maintained
  Conduct audits of 20 Safety Risk Management                            within the AJE environment.
  documents by September 30, 2011. These documents
  will be audited for compliance with AJE SMS
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          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 1:
          Develop a process for analyzing safety data and                    Deliver training package to airlines showing the
          proposing solutions for management decisions.                      need for improved operational communications per
          Due June 30, 2011                                                  agreed plan. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
  Core Business Target:                                                      Complete the August 17 P4S Symposium short
  Partnership for Safety                                                     term initiatives per agreed plan. By February 28,
  In FY 2011, we plan to continue to drive down the                          2011 Due February 28, 2011
  accident rate through collaboration and proactive                          Activity Target 3:
  identification of safety concerns with the Partnership for                 Partner with other stakeholders to promote
  Safety Program (P4S). The goal of the program is to                        improved controller/pilot communications at a
  identify safety issues before an incident or accident                      major conference. Due September 30, 2011
  occurs. To do this, P4S takes a two pronged approach:
  1) Joint Management and Labor Risk Identification; and a                 Core Activity: Sustain P4S Efforts
  2) collaborative approach to tackle operational concerns                 Stand up Partnership for Safety program office to
  with the aviation industry, government and labor unions.                 sustain efforts and track on-going commitments
  During FY11, P4S will transition from an initiative                      made at the Symposium and during the airline visits.
  launched on July 1, 2010, to an ongoing program.
                                                                             Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative: Proactive                                      Complete the P4S program office plan. Due March
    FAA/Labor Hazard Identification and                                      31, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
    Action                                                                   Circulate P4S draft Order. Due June 30, 2011
    Facility managers and labor representatives are asked
    to agree upon safety concerns they see in their facility
    and in the national airspace system. The P4S effort is          Core Business Target: William J.
    unique in that it requires agreement between FAA                Hughes Technical Center
    management and labor before safety concerns can be
    entered into the database. Once agreement is made,              Laboratory Facility
    concerns are entered into a third party database,               The FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center will provide
    collected, reviewed, prioritized, and presented to FAA          an integrated laboratory platform for the purpose of
    leadership for action.                                          demonstrating operational procedures, defining human
      Core Activity: Risk Identification                            and system performance requirements, full-mission
      Publish risks for top air traffic and technical               demonstrations integrating NextGen air and ground
      operations safety concerns, transfer the P4S risk             capabilities for pilot separation responsibility and
      database, and announce actions taken by FAA to                controller efficiencies, and analysis, evaluation, and
      address the 10 risks identified through the P4S               validation of R&D milestones. By September 30, 2011,
      effort.                                                       complete 90% of R&D laboratory modifications and
                                                                    reconfigurations targeted for the Human Factors
          Activity Target 1:                                        Laboratory (HFL).
          Publish risks selected for action (top 5 air traffic
          and top 5 technical operations safety concerns).               Core Business Initiative: R&D
          Due December 31, 2010                                          Laboratory Sustainment (A14.b)
          Activity Target 2:                                             Provide specialized facilities to support R&D program
          Transfer P4S risk database to same platform used               goals for human factors projects including human-in-
          to support Air Traffic Safety Action Program. Due              the-loop simulations.
          March 31, 2011                                                   Core Activity: Concepts and Systems
          Activity Target 3:                                               Integration
          Announce actions taken by FAA to address the 10                  The WJHTC will continue to modify, configure, and
          risks identified through the P4S effort. Due                     sustain the Human Factors Laboratory (HFL) and
          September 30, 2011                                               the NextGen Integration and Evaluation Capability
                                                                           (NIEC) to support its R&D program goals.
      Core Activity: Call to Action to Improve
      Operational Communications                                             Activity Target 1:
      Address operational communications concerns                            Implement a simulation capability of the REHOST
      through collaboration with the aviation industry,                      Air Traffic Control Tower Display system in support
      government and labor unions.                                           of the UAS experiment focusing on Victorville
                                                                             tower. Due May 31, 2011


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          Activity Target 2:                                      Continue to perform Technical Operations safety
          Modify the existing Air Traffic Control Simulator       assessments to provide an unbiased basis for safety
          platform, Distributed Environmental for Simulation      decision making.
          Rapid Engineering and Experimentation                        Core Business Initiative: Document
          (DESIREE), and customize for use with several
          input devices supporting projects for Separation.            Safety Assessments
          Due April 30, 2011                                           Document Technical Operations safety assessments
                                                                       in accordance with ATO and Technical Operations
  Core Business Target: Conduct                                        policies.
                                                                         Core Activity: Safety Assessment
  Flight Deck/ Maintenance/                                              Education
  System Integration Human                                               Educate safety practitioners on ATO and Technical
                                                                         Operations policies and tools to support the
  Factors Research                                                       assessment process.
  Conduct human factors research and deliver human
  factors products that support FAA strategic goals and                    Activity Target 1:
  AVS mission needs. Provide scientific and technical                      SRM documentation in accordance with ATO and
  information for FAA guidelines, handbooks, advisory                      Technical Operations policies. Due September 30,
  circulars (ACs), rules, and regulations that help to ensure              2011
  the safety and efficiency of aircraft and maintenance
  operations. 90% of comments received from the
  research sponsers and the Research Engineering
                                                                  Core Business Target: Establish
  Development Advisory Commitee (REDAC) will be                   SMS Policy
  reviewed and reconciled for incorporation into the Flight       Continue to establish SMS policy to enable Technical
  Deck Human Factors R&D plans.                                   Operations to realize benefits of a safety organization

    Core Business Initiative: Deliver                                  Core Business Initiative: Support
    Flight Deck Human Factors                                          SMS Policy
    Research Products (081-110)                                        Establish SMS policy and support ATO-level and
    Conduct research and delivery human factors products               Technical Operations policy changes.
    that support FAA strategic goals and AVS mission                     Core Activity: SMS Policy Enhancement
    needs, mitigate identified threats to aviation safety,               Identify and support policy changing efforts to
    and support introduction or application of new                       enhance safety in Technical Operations.
    technologies.
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Flight Deck Human
      Factors Research and Development                                     Improved safety policy in Technical Operations.
                                                                           Due September 30, 2011
      Plan
      Formulate and execute a Flight Deck Human                   Core Business Target: Ensure
      Factors R&D plan. Plans are developed,
      implemented and executed throughout the two year            Safety of Technical Operations
      budget cycle resulting in current and near term
      milestones being reported and updated in the
                                                                  Employees and the National
      National Aviation Research Plan (NARP).                     Airspace System
                                                                  Develop and maintain aviation weather processor,
          Activity Target 1:                                      sensor and radar systems to improve detection and
          Develop FY11 Flight Deck Human Factors R&D              prediction of adverse weather conditions in airport
          plan in coordination with Integration &                 terminal vicinity, thereby improving the safety of arriving
          Implementation Office (AJP-A), sponsor (AVS),           and departing air traffic.
          and REDAC Subcommittee on Human Factors.
          Due April 30, 2011                                           Core Business Initiative: Automated
          Activity Target 2:                                           Surface Weather Observation
          Complete execution of FY11 Flight Deck Human                 Network (ASWON) - ASOS -
          Factors R&D plan and report milestone
          accomplishments. Due September 30, 2011                      (P3I)(CIP#:W01.01-02)
                                                                       ASWON/ASOS P3I Weather sensor program.
  Core Business Target: Perform
                                                                         Core Activity: Aviation Surface Weather
  Safety Assessments                                                     Observation Network (ASWON) - ASOS -
                                                                         Pre-Planned Product Improvements
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      (P3I)                                                             Activity Target 2:
      ASWON/ASOS P3I Weather sensor program                             Provide NWS input for Next Generation Weather
                                                                        Radar (NEXRAD) Dual Polarization Icing and Hail
          Activity Target 1:                                            Algorithms Critical Design Review (CDR) Due
          Complete the draft ASOS P31 Security                          September 30, 2011
          Certification and Authorization Package (SCAP)             Core Business Initiative: Terminal
          Annual Assessment Due June 11, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                         Doppler Weather Radar (TDWR)
          Complete and submit the draft ASWON/ASOS P31               Service Life Extension Program
          Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Exhibit              (SLEP) (CIP#:W03.03-01)
          300 Package Due September 30, 2011                         TDWR SLEP weather radar program
    Core Business Initiative: Juneau
                                                                      Core Activity: Provide program
    Airport Wind System-Hybrid (JAWS-                                 management for capital acquisitions
    H) Harden Prototype &                                             aimed at increasing safety. These
    Implementation (CIP#:W10.01-01)                                   investments for FY2011 include
    JAWS-H weather sensor program                                     Terminal Doppler Weather System
                                                                      (TDWR) Service Life Extension Program
      Core Activity: Provide program                                  (SLEP)
      management for capital acquisitions                             TDWR SLEP weather radar program
      aimed at increasing safety. These
      investments for FY2011 include the                                Activity Target 1:
      Juneau Airport Weather System (JAWS)                              Replace the Air Conditioners at one Terminal
      -- Hardening and Implementation                                   Doppler Weather System (TDWR) site Due June
      JAWS-H weather sensor program                                     30, 2011
                                                                        Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                            Install the Terminal Doppler Weather System
          Prepare Juneau Airport Weather System (JAWS)                  (TDWR) Elevation Drive Enhancement
          Hybrid (JAWS-H) Security Certification and                    modification at one site Due September 30, 2011
          Authorization Package (SCAP) Due September
          30, 2011
                                                                     Core Business Initiative: Weather
          Activity Target 2:                                         and Radar Processor (WARP)
          Achieve 50% closure of the In-Service Review               Sustain (CIP#:W04.03-01)
          (ISR) Checklist for Juneau Airport Weather System          WARP Sustain weather processor program
          (JAWS) Hybrid (JAWS-H) Due September 11,
          2011                                                        Core Activity: Maintain and sustain
    Core Business Initiative: Next                                    Weather and Radar Processor (WARP)
    Generation Weather Radar                                          service
                                                                      WARP Sustain weather processor program
    (NEXRAD) Legacy, Icing & Hail
    Algorithms (CIP#:W02.02-01)                                         Activity Target 1:
    NEXRAD Legacy, Icing & Hail Algorithms weather                      Conduct Site Acceptance Test (SAT) of the
    radar program                                                       Weather and Radar Processor (WARP) "Sustain
      Core Activity: Next Generation Weather                            Configuration" - Segment 1 Due June 30, 2011
      Radar (NEXRAD) Legacy, Icing & Hail                               Activity Target 2:
      Algorithms (CIP#:W02.02-01)                                       Complete maintenance release 1.4 for service
      NEXRAD Legacy, Icing & Hail Algorithms weather                    availability of Weather and Radar Processor
      radar program                                                     (WARP). Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                         Core Business Initiative: Wind
          Provide NWS input for Next Generation Weather              Shear Detection Services
          Radar (NEXRAD) Dual Polarization Data Quality
          Algorithm Critical Design Review (CDR) Due                 (CIP#:W05.03-01)
          September 30, 2011                                         WSDS weather radar program


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      Core Activity: Provide program                                          Activity Target 3:
      management for capital acquisitions                                     Provide monthly reports listing the number,
      aimed at increasing safety. These                                       severity, findings, risk and mitigations to the
      investments for FY 2011 include the                                     Directors of Operations. Due: Last day of each
                                                                              month. Due September 30, 2011
      Wind Shear Detection Services (WSDS)                                    Activity Target 4:
      portfolio, Work Package 1 (WP1)
                                                                              Provide at least quarterly reports listing the
      WSDS weather radar program/portfolio
                                                                              number, severity, findings, risk and mitigations to
                                                                              the Senior Vice President Operations. Due:
          Activity Target 1:                                                  January 31, 2011, April 30, 2011, July 31, 2011,
          Prepare the draft Business Case Analysis Report                     and at the end of the fiscal year. Due September
          (BCAR) in support for a Final Investment Decision                   30, 2011
          (FID) for Wind Shear Detection Services (WSDS)
          Work Package 1 (WP1) Due June 30, 2011                     Core Business Target:
  Core Business Target: Event                                        Partnership for Safety; Improve
  Response Reporting                                                 overall safety
                                                                     In FY 2011, we hope to better improve safety by
  In FY 2011, improve the reporting of significant events
                                                                     identifying and mitigating current or potential hazards
  that occur within the National Airspace System through
                                                                     throughout the NAS and the aviation work environment
  effective personnel reporting policies established by the
                                                                     with the Partnership for Safety Program. We are
  Air Target Organization's Office of Safety, collaborations
                                                                     dedicated to providing the safest NAS and aviation
  with the Quality Assurance and Quality Control Groups,
                                                                     environment possible. The on-going effort will
  and through the use of automated detection tools such
                                                                     collaborate with representatives from NATCA, PASS, the
  as the Traffic Analysis and Review Program as well as
                                                                     pilot community, and various lines of business within the
  the Comprehensive Electronic Data Analysis and
                                                                     FAA to better overall safety. This program encourages
  Reporting programs. Conduct timely, effective and
                                                                     FAA employees and union members to engage in
  accurate investigations of significant air traffic incidents.
                                                                     discussions on improving safety and partnering together
    Core Business Initiative: Significant                            to identify hazards. This program will work closely with
                                                                     other program offices within the Office of Safety to
    Events that occur within the Air                                 ensure the best resources are utilized and the
    Traffic Organization Operations                                  appropriate actions are done correctly. We will be
    The Event Response Group reports and investigates                establishing an order and a process for identifying,
    significant events that occur within National Airspace           tracking, and mitigating risks. When our employees
    System through the monitoring of the Air Traffic                 partner and participate in identifying hazards, they are
    Organization operations.                                         improving our safety and well- being through awareness
      Core Activity: Event Reporting Core for                        and understanding of the issues and how to best mitigate
      the reporting of significant events of Air                     hazards.
      Traffic Organization Operations                                     Core Business Initiative: Identify
      Reporting and Investigations of Significant Events
      within the Air Traffic Organization operations.                     Hazards and Events that occur
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          within the Federal Aviation
          Maintain a 24/7 monitoring and effective reporting
                                                                          Administration Operations
                                                                          The Partnership for Safety group identifies and offers
          of aircraft accidents, major service disruptions and
                                                                          solutions to mitigate major and minor hazards both in
          an occurrence that generates high interest from
                                                                          the NAS and the workplace. This program is open to
          regional/national news media, Congress, the
                                                                          FAA employees (air traffic, technician, and office
          Department of Transportation, or other
                                                                          employees), NATCA and PASS members, and all
          Government agencies. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          pilots.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                            Core Activity: P4S Program Core
          Conduct on-site investigations of noteworthy
          accidents and significant events involving Air
                                                                            Functions for Federal Aviation
          Traffic Organization operations. Identify the facts,              Administration Operations
          circumstances, casual factors, risks and                          Identify and Develop Mitigations for Significant or
          disseminate findings as well as provide                           Recurring Events and Issues within the Federal
          recommendations to prevent, mitigate or reduce                    Aviation Administration operations.
          the possibility of reoccurrence to senior                           Activity Target 1:
          executives. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                              The FAA, NATCA and PASS partners will sit down

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          together at each facility to consider areas of safety          Core Activity: Airport Survey and
          that might need improvement, and report out on                 Geographic Information System (GIS)
          those areas considered each month. Due                         The Airport Survey and GIS supports the Airport
          September 30, 2011                                             division's requirement to provide high quality survey
          Activity Target 2:                                             data for NAS airports. This information is used by
          Report out the safety issues that all partners agree           System Operations Services for obstruction
          upon to be entered into a database, de-identified              evaluation and Technical Operations for procedure
          and analyzed by MITRE Corp. Due September 30,                  design. Increase the capabilities of the Airport
          2011                                                           Survey Program through the application of
                                                                         geographic information system (GIS) and digital data
  Core Business Target: Ensure                                           to improve the data quality for FAA and external
  Safe Operations in the National                                        customers.

  Airspace System                                                          Activity Target 1:
  Reduce the number of aviation accidents through                          Maintain the Airport Survey and GIS system to
  collection, dissemination, and aggressive management of                  provide survey data for NAS airports. Due
  National Airspace System information as related to                       September 30, 2011
  Aeronautic Information Management; Alaska Flight                         Activity Target 2:
  Services data, documents and facilities; CONUS Flight                    Implement the survey data collection and quality
  Service incident reporting and accident documentation;                   control portion of the Airport GIS project. Due June
  and liaison for aircraft accident litigation information                 30, 2011
  which requires Air Traffic Organization expertise.                       Activity Target 3:
    Core Business Initiative: NAS Data                                     Demonstrate 60% of airport data change requests
                                                                           electronically in all airports receiving Airport
    Collection and Modeling                                                Improvement Program (AIP) funding for airport
    Activities required to operate and enhance the
                                                                           layout plans. Due August 31, 2011
    National Flight Data Center (NFDC), the National
                                                                           Activity Target 4:
    Airspace System Resources (NASR), the Airport
    Survey and GIS, the Airspace Management                                Provide for an enterprise mapping service. Due
    Laboratory, and AIM International Standardization                      August 31, 2011
    programs.                                                            Core Activity: Airspace Management
      Core Activity: National Flight Data                                Laboratory
      Center (NFDC) and the National                                     The Airspace Management Laboratory manages the
      Airspace System Resources (NASR)                                   aeronautical information (AI) chain to supply
      The NFDC manages the FAA's fixed infrastructure                    accurate, high integrity, and timely information that
      resources for operation and maintenance of                         supports safe and efficient air traffic operations
      aeronautical elements. The NFDC is the primary                     through: 1. Demonstrating and developing new
      organization that enters, quality checks, coordinates              capabilities to improve the collection, processing and
      and publishes the FAA daily and 56-day aeronautical                distribution of NAS resources, including advanced
      data distributions. Achieve ISO 9001 certification for             capabilities for evaluating proposed obstructions and
      the Aeronautical Information Service to provide for                protecting airspace from encroachment; 2.
      increased effectiveness through recognized                         Developing information systems, decision support
      standards in customer service. NASR provides for                   tools and advanced geo-spatial capabilities to
      the National Airspace System's aeronautical data                   collect, manage, analyze and evaluate air traffic
      operations, enhancement and maintenance.                           control operational data, such as in new
                                                                         technologies of the Next Generation Air
                                                                         Transportation System; 3. Providing international
          Activity Target 1:                                             over-flight billing.
          Maintain the National Flight Data Center (NFDC)
          system for aeronautical data distribution. Due                   Activity Target 1:
          September 30, 2011                                               Provide analysis and modeling support to FAA and
          Activity Target 2:                                               external customers in response to Freedom of
          Manage airport data collected from the airport                   Information Act (FOIA) and ad hoc requests to
          Geographic Information System for the publication                ensure at least 90% of requests are completed by
          of daily and 56-day aeronautical data. Report                    the due date. Due September 30, 2011
          quarterly. Due September 30, 2011                                Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 3:                                               Provide international monthly overflight
          Maintain ISO certification for NFDC. Due                         calculations to support billing and cost accounting
          September 30, 2011                                               at 90% completion by due date. Provide detailed

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          over-flight report within seven business days of the              Due September 30, 2011
          end of the month. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: AIM International                             Core Business Target: Manage
      Standardization                                              Airspace and Traffic Optimally
      In order to ensure global improvements in aviation           MIssion Support will put in place a plan to mitigate the
      safety and efficiency, Aeronautical Information              impact weather, congestion and security restrictions have
      Management (AIM) standards must be developed                 on flight operations. Planning for these problems,
      and promoted. These AIM standards are promoted               predicting and communicating concerns, and then
      by conducting classes and conferences about the              reacting in the most effective ways helps minimize those
      Aeronautical Information Exchange Model (AIXM)               impacts on the safety of aircraft operations in the NAS.
      and data exchange standards with SWIM and other
      FAA modernization activities. Global interoperability             Core Business Initiative:
      can be increased by establishing and participating in             Aeronautical Information
      the AIXM Configuration Control Board and the ICAO
      Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) to                         Engineering Services
      Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) working                 Provide comprehensive engineering services to
      group.                                                            establish management, operational and technical
                                                                        security controls, configuration management, and
          Activity Target 1:                                            safety management.
          Conduct classes and conferences on AIXM to at                   Core Activity: Engineering Services
          least 100 participants. Report classes and                      Provide comprehensive engineering services for
          conferences scheduled and number of participants                security assessments, configuration management,
          trained monthly. Due September 30, 2011                         and safety management.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Ensure that FAA participates in at least 75% of the
                                                                            Provide assessments for the required Security
          ICAO Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) to
                                                                            Certification Authorization Packages (SCAP),
          Aeronautical Information Management (AIM)
                                                                            maintain the currency of configuration
          working group meetings. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            management in all systems, and manage the
    Core Business Initiative: Flight                                        safety risk management program. Due September
                                                                            30, 2011
    Service Support for Air Traffic
    Incident Reporting                                                  Core Business Initiative: System
    Flight Services supports AJS, the FSPO and Systems                  Operations Procedures
    Operations Litigation Office by ensuring that aircraft
    incident reporting is conducted by appropriate parties
                                                                        Development Group
                                                                        The Procedures Development Group (PDG) is
    in accordance with FAA directives.
                                                                        responsible for the stewardship of air traffic control
      Core Activity: Facilitate Reporting of                            procedures. It provides the guidelines and standard
      CONUS Air Traffic Incidents                                       operating practices for document change proposals,
      Flight Services supports AJS and the FSPO by                      notices, general notices, interpretations, waivers, or
      ensuring that aircraft incident reporting is conducted            other requests that would establish or change an air
      in accordance with FAA directives.                                traffic control procedure, policy, or guidance contained
                                                                        in a directive or publication. The stewardship of these
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        processes ensures the timely development, tracking,
          Review aircraft incidents and ensure proper follow-           coordination, publication, and distribution of quality
          up on all covered events. Report outcome                      procedures and associated documents supporting the
          quarterly. Due September 30, 2011                             delivery of air traffic services. The PDG operates
      Core Activity: Review and Process                                 collaboratively with change initiators that generate the
                                                                        change requests, and across operating elements
      CONUS Aircraft Accident                                           (Terminal, En Route, Flight Service, Traffic
      Documentation                                                     Management, Operations Security, DOD, etc.) which
      CONUS Flight Services supports Systems Litigation                 are responsible for their execution.
      Office and FSPO by ensuring that the Service                        Core Activity: Joint Procedures
      Provider (Lockheed Martin) reports and documents
      accidents in accordance with FAA directives.                        Automation and Management System
                                                                          (JPAMS)
          Activity Target 1:                                              Implement the pilot capability Joint Procedures
          Ensure 90% of all accident packages are returned                Automation and Management System (JPAMS), a
          to CONUS AFSS Contractor within 5                               web based system that automates many of PDG's
          administrative days of receipt. Report quarterly.               business processes. These processes include the
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      air traffic procedures publication reference library,               Core Activity: Develop Web Based
      tracking and coordination of document change                        Automated Accident Package
      requests, and resulting distribution of air traffic                 The Mission Support Office of Litigation tracks and
      procedure documents. The automation of these                        manages case files for aircraft accidents which
      processes will decrease the processing time and                     involve the provision of Air Traffic Control (ATC)
      improve tracking and accuracy of change requests,                   services. The investigation group is transitioning the
      and enable stakeholders to research the etymology                   tracking process to a server based software package
      of words and paragraphs in these documents.                         that offers a web-based user interface to allow
          Activity Target 1:                                              multiple employees in multiple locations to track and
                                                                          manage the case files.
          Establish internal PDG working capability of
          JPAMS. Due April 30, 2011                                         Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Integrate ICAO into Air                                Place the accident package automated generator
      Traffic Procedures Action Process                                     on to ATO Portal for electronic access by facilities.
      Integrate ICAO into the procedures development                        Due June 30, 2011
      group (PDG) by establishing tasks within the PDG to                   Activity Target 2:
      administer ICAO document review functions for air                     Implement web-based application for accident
      traffic procedure changes requests, and a plan to                     package generator. Due September 30, 2011
      work with operational elements to identify and file
      differences for publication in the AIP. PDG will
                                                                          Core Activity: Coordinate Legal
      provide review and comment to proposed ICAO AT                      Investigations for Accident Litigation
      directives changes from a procedures perspective;                   The Mission Support Office of Litigation supports all
      review proposed FAA directives procedures actions                   requests made by AGC and Department of Justice
      for differences with ICAO pubs; baseline differences                attorneys for information on enforcement actions or
      between ICAO/FAA AT documents; work with the                        accident litigation where air traffic services were
      operational elements to collect differences lists;                  provided; including tracking via SOP tracking
      collate, and format differences and send to                         programs and reviewing all accident packages
      publications group for AIP publication.                             created by the field.

          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Establish PDG ICAO tasks. Due March 31, 2011                      Maintain a zero backlog of overdue accident
                                                                            packages, as tracked by SOP tracking programs.
                                                                            Due September 30, 2011
  Core Business Target: Litigation
  Services                                                         Greater Capacity
  Reduce the number of aviation accidents through
  collection, dissemination, and aggressive management of          America's airports are the access point for the Nation to the
  National Airspace System information as related to               air transportation network. We must preserve and improve
  Aeronautic Information Management; Alaska Flight                 our airports -- both commercial and general aviation -- in
  Services data, documents and facilities; CONUS Flight            order to prepare for the future and maintain our leading
  Service incident reporting and accident documentation;           role.
  and liaison for aircraft accident litigation, FAA
  enforcement cases and law enforcement agencies which             Over the last several years, we've made significant strides
  require Air Traffic Organization expertise and legally           to add capacity to the aviation system. Since FY 2000, 22
  admissible records from the ATO.                                 airfield projects have opened at 18 of the 35 OEP airports.
                                                                   These include 16 new runways, 3 taxiways, 1 runway
    Core Business Initiative: Litigation                           extension, 1 airfield reconfiguration completed, and 1
    Investigations Group                                           airfield reconfiguration two-thirds completed. With over 20
    The MIssion Support Office of Litigation Investigations        miles of concrete, we've added the potential to
    group is the Air Traffic Organization liaison to U.S.          accommodate over 1.6 million more annual operations and
    Department of Justice, to the FAA Office of Chief              decrease delay per operation by about five minutes. With
    Counsel Enforcement Division and FAA Office of Chief           roughly 5,000 aircraft in the sky at any given time, five
    Counsel Litigation Division on activities related to; 1.       minutes adds up to quite a bit of fuel and a considerable
    Enforcement Actions involving pilot deviations; 2.             amount of time saved.
    Personal Injury, property damage, and/or wrongful
    death resulting from aircraft accidents or incidents and       Even with these new runways, the capacity of the system
    3. Other Litigation which require Air Traffic                  continues to be stretched beyond its limits at certain
    Organization expertise.                                        airports and regions. The associated delays are placing a
                                                                   strain on everyone. The FAA must immediately take
                                                                   extraordinary steps to reverse this trend at these key
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airports in the system.                                              103,068

Although FAA and airports have made progress adding
capacity, there are still areas where a sense of urgency                  Strategic Initiative: Terminal
remains. Delays affect everyone. Passengers deal with                     Airspace Redesign
missed or canceled flights, lost productivity, not to mention             Redesign terminal airspace and change procedures to
the potential for sitting on the tarmac instead of sitting on a           increase capacity.
beach while vacationing. Beyond this, airlines incur
increased costs for crews, fuel, and maintenance while
                                                                            Strategic Activity: Western Corridor -
planes sit idling on the airfield surface or circling in holding            Douthern Nevada Airspace
patterns. The U.S. economy suffers both direct and                          Redesign airspace in southern Nevada to provide
indirect costs from aviation delay as lodging, food service,                short-term operational efficencies and accommodate
retail, ground transportation, and other industries are                     the potential future new airport.
impacted. Additionally, the environmental impacts continue
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
to mount as aircraft burn more fuel or have to return to the
deicing pads due to delayed departure times.                                  Complete environmental assessment and deliver
                                                                              record of decision for the Las Vegas Optimization.
A few U.S. airports are experiencing significant levels of                    Due September 30, 2011
congestion that produce delays locally as well as
nationally. Many of these delays result from a persistent
                                                                          Strategic Initiative: RNAV Routes,
mismatch between the demand for and the availability of                   SIDs, and STARs
capacity. Given that infrastructure developments such as                  Implement the roadmap for performance-based
new runways can take up to 10 years to implement, the                     navigation by the continued development and
FAA must develop processes and systems to speed                           implementation of Area Navigation (RNAV) routes,
intervention at critical and chronic delay points.                        Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs), and Standard
                                                                          Terminal Arrivals (STARs). In FY 2009 through 2013,
To meet this challenge, we must enhance the partnership                   we will publish 50 RNAV SIDs and STARs and 12
with the airport operators and airport users to continue to               RNAV routes annually.
develop action plans that provide solutions to ensure the                   Strategic Activity: Develop and
best fit on local and regional levels. Each airport, each                   Implement Integrated Procedures for
local community, each local environment, each geographic
region must play into the solution set, with the specific tool
                                                                            Performance-Based Navigation
                                                                            In consideration of RTCA Task Force 5
sets identified and implemented appropriately. What works
                                                                            recommendations, develop and implement
at one location may not work at another for a variety of
                                                                            Performance-Based Navigation routes and
reasons.
                                                                            procedures, including Required Navigation
                                                                            Performance (RNP), Area Navigation (RNAV), and
FAA recognizes the need to identify and prioritize delay
                                                                            Optimized Profile Descents (OPD) to expand
issues, and is implementing a team approach to do this for
                                                                            development in Metroplex and non-Metroplex areas,
the chronic delay airports. FAA is creating congestion
                                                                            based on targeted benefits.
action teams to help alleviate and manage specific capacity
issues at the airports that create the greatest impact on the                 Activity Target 1:
system. For the longer-term solutions, FAA prefers an
                                                                              Initiate dessign of integrated procedures, including
integrated approach to improve capacity by improving
                                                                              RNAV, RNP Authorization Required, and OPD, for
technology, air traffic control procedures and expanding
                                                                              the Denver metroplex area. Due December 31,
airport and airfield infrastructure. In circumstances where
                                                                              2010
operational efficiency and airport capacity expansion is not
                                                                              Activity Target 2:
feasible or not yet completed, where demand routinely
exceeds airport capacity, and where local delays                              Initiate analyses/studies on integrated procedures
reverberate through the NAS, a congestion management                          benefits in at least two Metroplex areas. Due
approach may be the appropriate choice, including                             January 31, 2011
schedule reduction. But it is important to recognize that                     Activity Target 3:
there is no one-size-fits-all in applying strategic mitigation                Participate in meetings and conferences with
or congestion management.                                                     aviation industry and other stakeholders to obtain
                                                                              input and feedback about integrated procedure
  Flight Plan Target: Average Daily                                           development in Metroplex areas and other RTCA
  Airport Capacity (35 OEP                                                    Task Force 5 recommendations. Due March 31,
                                                                              2011
  Airports)                                                                   Activity Target 4:
  Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the 35 OEP
                                                                              Develop a prioritized list of potential locations for
  airports of 103,068 arrivals and departures per day by FY
                                                                              design of integrated procedures based on targeted
  2011 and maintain through FY 2013. FY 2011 Target:
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          benefits. Due April 30, 2011                                  adequate resources for the analysis, modeling,
                                                                        concept development, and data collection necessary
          Activity Target 5:
                                                                        to accomplish the FY11 Wake research agenda.
          Continue to develop and design benefit-driven                 Coordinate wake turbulence mitigation development
          integrated procedures for Performance-Based                   work with AJT, AJE, AJP and AFS-400 as the
          Navigation in non-Metroplex areas. Due August                 research progresses. Serves as the FAA
          31, 2011                                                      spokesperson in wake mitigation separation
          Activity Target 6:                                            standards, procedures and processes discussions
          Complete the initial design package of integrated             with ICAO, airports, air carriers, unions, and other
          procedures in the Denver metroplex area. Due                  stakeholders.
          September 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
    Strategic Initiative: Bad Weather                                     Initiate the development of the wind dependent
    Traffic Flow                                                          wake turbulence mitigation concept for use with
    Capitalize on Spring/Summer Plan data, developed in                   single runway operations. Due April 29, 2011
    partnership with the airlines and other segments of                   Activity Target 2:
    aviation, to improve traffic flow in bad weather.                     Develop design requirements for aircraft flight data
      Strategic Activity: Maintain the CIWS                               recorder screening tool that identifies potential
      prototype service availability.                                     wake encounter events for further analysis. Due
      Maintain the CIWS prototype service availability.                   August 26, 2011
                                                                        Strategic Activity: Wake Turbulence
          Activity Target 1:                                            Enhancement of Arrivals/Departures -
          Maintain the CIWS prototype service availability.             Support
          Due September 30, 2011                                        Support AJR in the domestic and international work
                                                                        groups looking at enhanced methods of providing
    Strategic Initiative: Traffic                                       wake turbulence mitigation utilizing available
    Management Advisor                                                  technology. Support the development of wake
    Increase airport capacity through the use of Traffic                turbulence mitigation separation standards,
    Management Advisor (TMA).                                           procedures and processes for near-term, mid-term
      Strategic Activity: Transition to                                 and far-term NextGen era operations. Assist in
                                                                        assessing the performance of the current wake
      Trajectory Based Flow Management
                                                                        turbulence separation processes and help utilize the
      (TBFM), an enhancement to Traffic                                 assessments in the design of the NextGen era
      Management Advisory                                               operations. Provide funding as allocated by AJR to
      Proceed with TBFM enhancements.                                   supporting organizations for the analysis, modeling,
                                                                        concept development, and data collection necessary
          Activity Target 1:                                            to accomplish the FY11 Wake research agenda.
                                                                        Assist in the coordination of the wake turbulence
          Key site to site survey for TBFM/TMA system re-
                                                                        mitigation development work with AJT, AJE and AFS
          architecture. Due May 31, 2011
                                                                        -400 as the research progresses. Provide technical
    Strategic Initiative: Arrival and                                   support in wake mitigation separation standards,
                                                                        procedures and processes discussions with ICAO,
    Departure Rates                                                     airports, air carriers, unions, and other stakeholders.
    Conduct research to improve safety and increase
    throughput using wake turbulence monitoring,
    operational procedures, and controller tools.                         Activity Target 1:
      Strategic Activity: Wake Turbulence                                 Initiate the development of the wind dependent
      Enhancement of Arrivals/Departures                                  wake turbulence mitigation concept for use with
      (AJR lead)                                                          single runway operations. Due April 29, 2011
      Lead in the domestic and international work groups                  Activity Target 2:
      looking at enhanced methods of providing wake                       Develop design requirements aircraft flight data
      turbulence mitigation utilizing available technology.               recorder screening tool that identifies potential
      Lead the development of wake turbulence mitigation                  wake encounter events for further analysis. Due
      separation standards, procedures and processes for                  August 26, 2011
      near-term, mid-term and far-term NextGen era
      operations. Assess the performance of the current                 Strategic Activity: Wake Re-
      wake turbulence separation processes and utilize                  Categorization (Re-Cat) for Separation
      the assessments in the design of the NextGen era                  Standards
      operations. Allocate to supporting organizations                  AJT will participate in the concept development work
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      with the Wake Turbulence Enhancement of                               Activity Target 2:
      Arrivals/Departures initiative and in the integrating                 Integrated Terminal Weather System (ITWS) to
      the concepts into experimental decision support                       maintain ITWS User II Website. Due January 31,
      tools being developed for evaluation at the                           2011
      CARTS/STARS laboratory at the WJHTC.
                                                                        Strategic Initiative: NextGen
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        Expand FAA's NextGen Implementation Plan to
          Review and provide comments on a high level
                                                                        incorporate critical path decisions and milestones
          concept description of the wind dependent wake
                                                                        necessary to accomplish the Mid-Term commitments.
          turbulence mitigation concept for use with single
          runway operations. Due September 15, 2011                       Strategic Activity: NextGen
          Activity Target 2:                                              Implementation Plan
                                                                          Publish the Next Generation Implementation Plan
          Review and provide comments on design
                                                                          reflecting the agency and aviation community
          requirements aircraft flight data recorder screening
                                                                          priorities.
          tool that identifies potential wake encounter events
          for further analysis. Due September 16, 2011                      Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                            Collaborate, review and comment on draft 1
          Review and provide comments on design                             NextGen Implementation Plan. Due December 15,
          requirements aircraft flight data recorder screening              2010
          tool that identifies potential wake encounter events              Activity Target 2:
          for further analysis. Due September 16, 2011
                                                                            Collaborate, review, comment, and resolve
      Strategic Activity: Wake Turbulence                                   comments on draft 2 NextGen Implementation
      Enhancement of Arrivals/Departures -                                  Plan. Due February 7, 2011
      Support                                                               Activity Target 3:
      AJE will participate in the concept development work                  Publish NextGen Implementation Plan on FAA
      with the Wake Turbulence Enhancement of                               website thirty days after the President's budget
      Arrivals/Departures initiative.                                       submission. Due March 14, 2011

          Activity Target 1:                                              Strategic Activity: AJP-D NextGen
          Review and provide comments on a high level                     Modeling & Simulation Office
          concept description of the wind dependent wake                  Generate cost and benefits estimates for FAA's
          turbulence mitigation concept for use with single               NextGen mid-term capabilities to support publication
          runway operations. Comments will focus on the                   of the NextGen Implementation Plan, communication
          concept's impact on en-route operations. Due                    with outside stakeholders, and reporting to OMB.
          September 15, 2011
    Strategic Initiative: Automated                                         Activity Target 1:
    Weather Dissemination                                                   Update NextGen benefits estimates to reflect the
    Identify and implement procedures and technology to                     latest NextGen Implementation Plan. Due
    improve the dissemination of weather information to                     December 31, 2010
    pilots and controllers.                                                 Activity Target 2:
      Strategic Activity: Integrated Terminal                               Update FAA NextGen cost estimates. Due January
      Weather System (ITWS) is completing                                   31, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 3:
      deployment at thirty-four host,
                                                                            Provide mid-year update of NextGen benefits
      Operational Evolution Plan (OEP),
                                                                            estimates to reflect revised traffic forecast and
      Terminal Rada Approach Control                                        updated NextGen plans. Due June 30, 2011
      (TRACON) facilities.
      Integrated Terminal Weather System (ITWS) is                        Strategic Activity: AJW NextGen
      completing deployment at thirty-four host,                          Implementation Plan
      Operational Evolution Plan (OEP), Terminal Rada                     Publish the NextGen Implementation Plan reflecting
      Approach Control (TRACON) facilities.                               the agency and aviation community priorities.

          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Integrated Terminal Weather System (ITWS) is                      Collaborate, review and comment on draft 1
          completing deployment at thirty-four host,                        NextGen Implementation Plan. Due December 15,
          Operational Evolution Plan (OEP), Terminal Radar                  2010
          Approach Control (TRACON) facilities. Due
          September 30, 2011
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          Activity Target 2:                                                Activity Target 2:
          Collaborate, review, comment, and resolve                         Collaborate, review, comment and resolve
          comments on draft 2 NextGen Implementation                        comments on draft 2 NexGen Implementation
          Plan. Due February 7, 2011                                        Plan. Due February 7, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                                Activity Target 3:
          Publish NextGen Implementation Plan on FAA                        Publish NextGen Implementation Plan on FAA
          website thirty days after the President's budget                  website thirty days after the President's budget
          submission. Due March 14, 2011                                    submission. Due March 13, 2011
      Strategic Activity: AJE-44 Support to                             Strategic Initiative: Automatic
      NextGen Implementation Plan                                       Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast
      Publish the Next Generation Implementation Plan
      reflecting the agency and aviation community                      (ADS-B) Service Implementation
      priorities.                                                       By FY 2014, achieve operations of Automatic
                                                                        Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) for air
          Activity Target 1:                                            traffic services across the NAS and continue
          Collaborate, review and comment on draft 1                    development of surface conflict detection in the cockpit
          NextGen Implementation Plan. Due December 15,                 and near-term Air-to-Air applications.
          2010                                                            Strategic Activity: Deployment of
          Activity Target 2:                                              Automatic Dependent Surveillance -
          Collaborate, review, comment and resolve                        Broadcast (ADS-B)
          comments on draft 2 NextGen Implementation                      Continue deployment of Surveillance and Broadcast
          Plan. Due February 7, 2011                                      Services (SBS) at sites across the National Airspace
          Activity Target 3:                                              System (NAS) in support of the SBS national
          Publish NextGen Implementation Plan on FAA                      program baseline.
          website thirty days after the President's budget                  Activity Target 1:
          submission. Due March 14, 2011
                                                                            Begin infrastructure implementation of Essential
      Strategic Activity: AJT-34 Support to                                 and Critical Services for 40 Service Volumes. Due
      NextGen Implementation Plan                                           September 30, 2011
      Publish the Next Generation Implementation Plan                       Activity Target 2:
      reflecting the agency and aviation community                          Assess progress towards achieving year-end
      priorities.                                                           performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                              Strategic Activity: Develop National and
          Collaborate, review and comment on draft 1                      International Standards
          NextGen Implementation Plan. Due December 15,                   Develop national and international standards.
          2010
          Activity Target 2:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Collaborate, review, comment, and resolve                         Begin In Trail Procedures operational evaluation
          comments on draft 2 NextGen Implementation                        flights in the Pacific. Due August 30, 2011
          Plan. Due February 7, 2011                                        Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 3:                                                Assess progress towards achieving year-end
          Publish NextGen Implementation Plan on FAA                        performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
          website thirty days after the President's budget
          submission. Due March 14, 2011                                  Strategic Activity: Demonstrate New
                                                                          Automatic Dependent Surveillance -
      Strategic Activity: AJR NextGen                                     Broadcast (ADS-B) Applications
      Implementation Plan                                                 Demonstrate applications that utilize ADS-B
      Publish the Next Generation Implementation Plan                     capabilities.
      reflecting the agency and aviaiton community
      priorities.                                                           Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Complete Target Level of Safety (TLS) draft
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                            performance and safety assessment for En Route
          Collaborate, review and comment on draft 1                        3 Nautical Mile (3NM) Separation. Due June 30,
          NextGen Implementation Plan. Due December 15,                     2011
          2010                                                              Activity Target 2:
                                                                            Through the use of the ADS-B In Aviation
                                                                            Rulemaking Committee (ARC), deliver industry
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          recommendations on a strategy for incorporating              Identify NextGen critical decisions and supporting
          ADS-B In into the NAS. Due September 30, 2011                research, capital and implementation activities
                                                                       required to fulfill FAA NextGen commitments and meet
      Strategic Activity: Terminal Surveillance                        90 percent of the commitments identified in the
      Assistance with Deployment of                                    NextGen Implementation Plan.
      Automatic Dependent Surveillance -                                 Strategic Activity: NextGen
      Broadcast (ADS-B)                                                  Implementation Plan Milestones
      Assist deployment of Surveillance and Broadcast                    Provide the management discipline and
      Services (SBS) at sites across the National Airspace               infrastructure for tracking, monitoring, and reporting
      System (NAS) in support of the SBS national                        milestone completions for NextGen Implementation
      program baseline. This activity provides support                   Plan programs across Lines of Business.
      from Terminal Surveillance.
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                               Establish FY11 List of Initiatives including,
          Release Request for Offer (RFO) to replace the                   Research Demos and selected milestones. Due
          remaining nine Airport Surface Detection                         January 31, 2011
          Equipment, Model 3 (ASDE-3) / Airport Movement                   Activity Target 2:
          Area Safety System (AMASS) systems with Airport
                                                                           Monitor and report monthly on established
          Surface Surveillance Capability (ASSC). Due
                                                                           program schedule activities and dates. Due
          December 31, 2010
                                                                           September 30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: Terminal Automation                            Strategic Activity: AJP-1 Support for
      Assistance with Deployment of                                      NextGen Implementation Plan
      Automatic Dependent Surveillance -                                 Milestones
      Broadcast (ADS-B)                                                  Systems Engineering & Safety (SES) provides
      Assist deployment of Surveillance and Broadcast                    annual updates to Enterprise Architecture (EA)
      Services (SBS) at sites across the National Airspace               roadmaps which includes identification of critical
      System (NAS) in support of the SBS national                        NextGen decisions that are incorporated into the
      program baseline. This activity provides support                   NextGen Implementation Plan
      from Terminal Automation.
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Complete draft EA roadmaps. Due October 31,
          Complete Initial Operating Capability (IOC) of ADS               2010
          -B with Standard Terminal Automation                             Activity Target 2:
          Replacement (STARS) at Houston Terminal Radar
          Approach Control (TRACON) (I90). Due June 30,                    EA roadmap approval. Due January 31, 2011
          2011
                                                                       Strategic Initiative: Third Party
    Strategic Initiative: Link Funding                                 RNAV/RNP Procedures
    Requests to Support NextGen                                        Facilitate and expedite the development and approval
    Strategically link funding requests with the acquisition           of RNAV or RNP procedures developed by both the
    of research and development products or services that              public and the private sector.
    support FAA's transition to NextGen.                                 Strategic Activity: Third Party RNAV/RNP
      Strategic Activity: NextGen Review                                 Procedures
      Board                                                              Facilitate and expedite the development and
      The Review Board validates funding requests which                  approval of RNAV or RNP procedures developed by
      are linked to NextGen.                                             both the public and the private sector.
          Activity Target 1:                                               Activity Target 1:
          NextGen Review Board to identify and review                      Work with third-party vendors who established
          FY13 funding requests that enable NextGen. Due                   Other Transaction Agreements in FY2010 to
          August 30, 2011                                                  complete qualification process for end-to-end
          Activity Target 2:                                               procedure development for RNP SAAAR approach
          Develop draft FY12 performance metrics including                 procedures. Due September 30, 2011
          cost and schedule. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                       Strategic Initiative: Integrated
    Strategic Initiative: NextGen                                      Weather Activities
    Implementation Plan                                                Work with interagency groups to achieve an agreed
                                                                       upon plan for integrated weather activities.

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      Strategic Activity: G4W.03-01 Weather                                configurations and operations would benefit from
      Integration Approach                                                 use of CRDA.
      A system-wide approach to assuring better weather                      Activity Target 1:
      information that is tailored for the individual user.
                                                                             Support AJT-2 by supplying funding for the
          Activity Target 1:                                                 contract support to assist in the Development of
          Work with user program offices to identify weather                 the CRDA Criteria Plan. Due October 31, 2010
          integration opportunities using the 4-Dimensional                  Activity Target 2:
          Weather Data Cube and NNEW applied within                          Support AJT-2 by supplying funding for contract
          such programs as WTMD, TFDM, ERAM, TFMS,                           support to assist in the CRDA Applicability Criteria
          CSPO, and TBFM and document the results in the                     Test Results Documentation. Due October 31,
          ATM-Weather Integration Plan. Due August 31,                       2010
          2011
          Activity Target 2:                                             Strategic Initiative: Arrival/Departure
          Analyze the potential weather translation                      Corridors
          technologies suitable for use with such programs               Develop flexible arrival/departure corridors.
          as WTMD, TFDM, ERAM, TFMS, CSPO, and
          TBFM, and document the results in the ATM-                       Strategic Activity: Efficient, adaptable
          Weather Integration Plan. Due September 15,                      arrival and departure corridors.
          2011                                                             Develop and implement arrival/departure corridors
                                                                           that can be adapted for weather or traffic scenarios
    Strategic Initiative: Converging
    Runway Display Aids                                                      Activity Target 1:
    Evaluate and expand the use of Converging Runway                         Implement new Westgate routes for New York
    Display Aids at airports with intersecting runways.                      metro area as part of Stage 2A. Due June 30,
      Strategic Activity: Enable use of                                      2011
      Converging Runway Display Aids                                     Strategic Initiative: ADS-B Plan
      (CRDA) Functionality
                                                                         Implement ADS-B high altitude performance in specific
      Enable the Converging Runway Display Aids
                                                                         regions such as the Gulf of Mexico and off the East
      (CRDA) capability at locations where benefits may
                                                                         coast.
      be derived. Additionally, an annual review process
      will be defined and implemented to ensure that                       Strategic Activity: Implement Airspace
      adjustments to airport runway configurations and                     Project(s)
      changes in airspace design will be periodically                      Identify airspace in the National Airspace System
      evaluated to determine if CRDA capabilities will                     (NAS) where there is potential for operational benefit
      generate benefits in the new configurations.                         with the implementation of Automatic Dependent
                                                                           Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) performance
          Activity Target 1:                                               routes and ADS-B coverage beyond existing radar
          Complete analysis on 25% of all sites with                       coverage.
          intersecting runways. Due March 31, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Update the ADS-B Performance Route strategy
          Develop an annual review process for all sites to
                                                                             plan. Due June 30, 2011
          assess benefits for CRDA use. Due September 30,
          2011                                                           Strategic Initiative: FACT
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                         Future Airport Capacity Team (FACT) will continue to
          Development of the CRDA Criteria Plan. Due                     work with internal and external stakeholders to
          September 30, 2011                                             develop strategies aimed at optimizing gate-to-gate
          Activity Target 4:                                             performance in the NextGen environment.
          CRDA Applicability Criteria Test Results                         Strategic Activity: Future Airport
          Documentation. Due May 30, 2011                                  Capacity Team (FACT) 3 Study
      Strategic Activity: Support for                                      Update FACT Report.
      Converging Runway Display Aide
      (CRDA)                                                                 Activity Target 1:
      Support initiative through coordination with CAASD                     Prepared draft statement of work for FACT 3
      reference outlining a plan of action for defining                      study. Due January 30, 2011
      applicability criteria and identification process for an               Activity Target 2:
      airport that would indicate which airport                              Continue coordination with FAA offices on FACT
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          Action Plans. Due September 30, 2011                            Implement airspace improvements in New York,
                                                                          New Jersey and Philadelphia areas. Stage II of the
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                          NY/NJ/PHL implementation will support Westgate
          Preliminary results for baseline model scenarios.               departure changes, possible area of study is N90.
          Due September 30, 2011                                          We also will try to implement a 3rd Westbound PHL
                                                                          departure. Suggested analyses are expected to be
  Flight Plan Target: Airport                                             complete by June 2011.
  Average Daily Capacity (7 Metro                                           Activity Target 1:
  Areas)                                                                    Implement infrastructure changes from Stage 2
  Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the 7 Metro                 New York/New Jersey/Philadelphia Metropolitan
  areas of 39,484 arrivals and departures per day by FY                     Airspace Project. Due June 30, 2011
  2009, and maintain through FY 2013. FY 2011 Target:                       Activity Target 2:
  39,484                                                                    Conduct procedures development, safety analysis
    Strategic Initiative: Capacity-                                         and training for Stage 3 of New York/New
                                                                            Jersey/Philadelphia Metropolitan Airspace Project.
    Enhancing Policies                                                      Due September 30, 2011
    Work with the aviation community to establish the
    most feasible policies to enhance capacity and                      Strategic Initiative: Time-based
    manage congestion.                                                  Metering
      Strategic Activity: Development of                                Expand use of time-based metering at air traffic control
      orders, regulations or legislation                                centers.
      Analyze capacity and congestion policy implications                 Strategic Activity: Continue TBM
      of NextGen near-term and mid-term improvements.
                                                                          activities under AJR
          Activity Target 1:                                              Proceed with TBFM enhancements - TMA system
                                                                          Re-Architecture/Re-Hosting
          Provide support for orders, regulations or
          legislation rulemaking to address congestion at the               Activity Target 1:
          New York Metro airports as needed. Due                            Key site-to-site survey for TBFM/TMA System Re-
          September 30, 2011                                                architecture. Due May 30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: Congestion
      management solutions in the New York
                                                                        Strategic Initiative: Flight and
      Area                                                              Surface Time Tracking
      Implement congestion management solutions in the                  Track average flight and surface times within the NAS
      New York Area.                                                    by including ASDE-X data in the Performance Data
                                                                        and Analysis Reporting System data set and
          Activity Target 1:                                            integrating that data with the Terminal and En-Route
          Provide support for orders, regulations or                    data already available to provide a consolidated gate
          legislation rulemaking to address congestion at the           to gate measurement and analysis capability.
          New York Metro airports as needed. Due                          Strategic Activity: Calculate Metrics
          September 30, 2011                                              Calculate average flight and surface times within the
                                                                          NAS to provide a consolidated gate-to-gate
    Strategic Initiative: Metropolitan                                    measurement and analysis capability.
    Airspace Redesign                                                       Activity Target 1:
    Redesign the airspace of the 7 Metro areas including
    the continued implementation of the New York/New                        Program the performance data and analysis
    Jersey Airspace Redesign Project.                                       reporting system(PDARS) to calculate surface
                                                                            metrics at three airports. Due March 31, 2011
      Strategic Activity: Chicago Airspace
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
      Project
      Implement phase III of the Chicago Airspace Project                   Program the performance data and analysis
                                                                            reporting system(PDARS) to calculate surface
                                                                            metrics at three airports for a total of six. Due
          Activity Target 1:                                                September 30, 2011
          Complete safety risk management documentation
          for initial portions of Stage 3 of Chicago Airspace           Strategic Initiative: NY Operational
          Project. Due September 30, 2011                               Initiatives
      Strategic Activity: Airspace                                      As identified with industry stakeholders, continue
                                                                        implementing operational initiatives at the New York
      improvements in NY/NJ/PHL                                         Metropolitan airports.
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      Strategic Activity: NY Operational                                   Activity Target 1:
      Initiatives - Stakeholder Support &                                  Provide necessary ATO Matrix team
      Communication                                                        representation to assist in development of
      Through coordination and enhanced                                    stakeholder scope agreements Due September
      communications with industry stakeholders, ensure                    30, 2011
      successful implementation of NY Area delay                           Activity Target 2:
      reduction activities. Ensure all stakeholders are                    Provide ATO support to NYAPIO thru participation
      clear on the expectations of each delay reduction                    in a minimum of 2 stakeholder meetings to ensure
      initiative. Gain formal agreement from FAA and                       clarity on the Delay Reduction Activities. First
      industry stakeholders on expectations for all new                    meeting will be held not later than March 31, 2011.
      delay reduction initiatives expected to commence in                  Due September 30, 2011
      2011..                                                               Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 1:                                               Target 3: Provide ATO support to NYAPIO to
                                                                           further develop and automate the Delay Reduction
          Coordinate the provision of required ATO                         Plan to include complete funding requirements.
          Operations (AJN) support from the four service                   Provide funding cost data for Strategy &
          units and ATO Support Organizations to NYAPIO                    Performance activities Due September 30, 2011
          by ensuring necessary ATO Matrix team
          representation to assist in development of                   Strategic Initiative: Traffic
          stakeholder scope agreements. Due September
          30, 2011
                                                                       Management Advisor/Time Based
          Activity Target 2:                                           Metering at JFK and LGA
          Provide technical support to further develop and             Implement Traffic Management Advisor/Time Based
          automate the Delay Reduction Plan website thru               Metering at John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia Airports.
          direct interface with Primavera. Due September                 Strategic Activity: Transition to
          30, 2011                                                       Trajectory Based Flow Management
          Activity Target 3:                                             (TBFM), an enhancement to TMA
          Provide technical support to further develop and               Proceed with TBFM enhancements.
          automate the Delay Reduction Plan website thru
          direct interface with Primavera. Due September                   Activity Target 1:
          30, 2011
                                                                           Key site-to-site survey for TBFM/TMA System Re-
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                           architecture. Due September 30, 2011
          Provide ATO support to NYAPIO thru participation
          in a minimum of 2 stakeholder meetings to ensure        Flight Plan Target: Adjusted
          clarity on the Delay Reduction Activities. First
          meeting will be held not later than March 31, 2011.     Operational Availability
          Due September 30, 2011                                  Sustain adjusted operational availability of 99.7 percent
          Activity Target 5:                                      for the reportable facilities that support the 35 OEP
                                                                  airports through FY 2013. FY 2011 Target: 99.7%
          Provide ATO support to NYAPIO to further develop
          and automate the Delay Reduction Plan to include             Strategic Initiative: NAS System
          complete funding requirements. Provide
          Primavera and Delphi expertise, as well as cost              Performance
          data. Due September 30, 2011                                 Enhance NAS performance for the 35 OEP airports
                                                                       through advanced engineering and program support.
      Strategic Activity: NY Operational                                 Strategic Activity: Monitor, control,
      Initiatives - Stakeholder Support and                              maintain and restore OEP airports
      Communications                                                     facilities
      Working with the NYAPIO, ensure all stakeholders                   Follow policies and procedures for NAS monitoring,
      are clear on the expectations of each delay                        control, maintenance and restoration to optimize
      reduction initiative. Gain formal agreement from FAA               service availability for the 35 OEP Airports.
      and industry stakeholders on expectations for all
      new delay reduction initiatives expected to                          Activity Target 1:
      commence in 2011.Coordinate the provision of                         Sustain Adjusted Operational Availability of 99.7
      required ATO support to NYAPIO by ensuring                           percent for the reportable facilities that support the
      necessary ATO Matrix team representation to assist                   35 OEP airports through FY 2013. Due September
      in development of stakeholder scope agreements                       30, 2011



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                                                                          Activity Target 1:
  Flight Plan Target: NAS On-Time
                                                                          Initiate the initial phase of the Corridor Integrated
  Arrivals                                                                Weather System (CIWS) onto TFMS. Due March
  Achieve a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.0 percent at the               31, 2011
  35 OEP airports and maintain through FY 2013. FY
  2011 Target: 88.00%                                                   Strategic Activity: Collaborative Air
                                                                        Traffic Management (CATMT) Work
    Strategic Initiative: High Altitude                                 Package (WP) 3 enhancements
    Airspace Redesign                                                   Begin development of the CATMT WP 3
    Implement high altitude airspace redesign to reduce                 enhancements.
    congestion.
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
      Strategic Activity: Implement multi-
      center Q-routes to create efficient                                 Initiate the development of the TFM Remote Site
                                                                          Re-engineering activity phase 1 on TFMS. Due
      routing structures where needed                                     March 31, 2011
      Design and implement Q-routes.
                                                                      Strategic Initiative: Ocean Capacity
          Activity Target 1:                                          Metric
          Finalize the Q-route program plan. Due June 30,             Implement ocean capacity metrics and targets, using
          2011                                                        comprehensive Advanced Technologies and Oceanic
          Activity Target 2:                                          Procedures (ATOP) data collection and analysis
          Begin initial design of at least nine Q-routes              capability and oceanic simulation and modeling
          between selected Metroplex areas. Due                       capability.
          September 30, 2011                                            Strategic Activity: Oceanic Simulation
                                                                        and Modeling Capability
    Strategic Initiative: Flight                                        Based on Oceanic simulation and modeling
    Information                                                         capability, verify the improvements to Oceanic and
    Improve on-time performance and operator and                        Offshore capacity and efficiency.
    passenger access to information by using Traffic Flow
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
    Management (TFM), Traffic Management Advisor
    (TMA), and Collaborative Air Traffic Management                       Improve oceanic fuel efficiency per passenger seat
    Technologies (CATMT), such as Airspace Flow                           for select city pairs and similar fleet by an average
    Programs (AFPs).                                                      savings of at least 1% compared to the previous
      Strategic Activity: Collaborative Air                               fiscal year's two year rolling average. Due
                                                                          September 30, 2011
      Traffic Management (CATMT)
                                                                          Activity Target 2:
      Enhancements
      Complete the CATMT Work Package 1 activities of                     Develop fuel burn performance metric for FY 2012
      the enhanced Flight Schedule Monitor cross impact                   and beyond. Due September 30, 2011
      modeling (phase 2) capability. This will allow an                   Activity Target 3:
      enhanced analysis capability to examine the impacts                 Assess progress towards achieving year-end
      of both the Airspace Flow Program (ASP) and the                     performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
      Ground Delay Program (GDP) while preparing a
      planning traffic management initiative. Additionally,           Strategic Initiative: Reduce Oceanic
      CATMT will add another 2-3 airport surface data                 Separation
      sources for selected airports into the surface                  Reduce oceanic separation in U. S. controlled oceanic
      database used for TFM.                                          airspace.
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        Strategic Activity: Reduce Oceanic
                                                                        Separation
          Prepare and distribute Post Implementation                    Reduce Oceanic separation.
          Review for Spring 2010 build. Due May 31, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Deploy Execution of Flow Strategies (XFS) onto
          TFMS. Due June 30, 2011                                         Conduct operational trials of 30/30 separation in
                                                                          the New York Flight Information Region. Due
      Strategic Activity: Collaborative Air                               September 30, 2011
      Traffic Management (CATMT) Work                                     Activity Target 2:
      Package (WP) 2 enhancements                                         Conduct operational trials of 30/30 separation in
      Begin development of the CATMT WP 2                                 the Anchorage Flight Information Region. Due
      enhancements.                                                       September 30, 2011
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          Activity Target 3:                                              airports which will be chronically delayed. This
          Based on the analysis program established in                    analysis is to support identification of airports that
          2009, initiate Safety Case work associated with                 will be impacted along with recommended ranking to
          reducing separation in the oceanic environment                  the Congestion Action Teams (CAT), as appropriate,
          below the 30/30 standard. Due September 30,                     based on delay factors used. Secondly, as the CATs
          2011                                                            are formed, the Performance Analysis and Strategy
                                                                          office may be asked to participate in discussion
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                          about what factors led to their selections of airports
          Conduct operational trials of Automatic Dependent               to help gain a better appreciation of what the
          Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) In Trail                       mitigations should be. This input could help the CAT
          Procedures. Due September 30, 2011                              identify a list of causal factors and solutions.
          Activity Target 5:                                              Moreover, since the Performance Analysis and
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                      Strategy office plays such a critical role with the
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                           initial efforts, their input and ideals will be important
          Activity Target 6:                                              with future updates and recommended airports.
          Publish approved SRMD for ADS-C CDP                               Activity Target 1:
          Operational Trials. Due June 30, 2011
          Activity Target 7:                                                Complete an initial delay projection FY11. Due
                                                                            October 31, 2010
          Develop interim analysis report for ADS-C CDP                     Activity Target 2:
          Operational Trials. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Update the delay projections every three months
    Strategic Initiative: En Route                                          after the initial delay projection is completed. Due
    Congestion                                                              September 30, 2011
    Use new equipment and technology to reduce en route                 Strategic Initiative: Collaborative
    congestion.
      Strategic Activity: Traffic Flow                                  Decision Making
                                                                        Enhance Traffic Management Tools, net-centric
      Management Modernization (TFMM)                                   information sharing vehicles and processes to yield the
      Complete the TFMM activities for the test and                     most effective NAS decisions through the CDM
      deployment of the final operating software upgrade                process.
      and provide development of TFM-M hardware.                          Strategic Activity: Collaborative Routing
          Activity Target 1:                                              Process
                                                                          Use the Integrated Collaborative Routing (ICR)
          Perform technology refresh of all TFM Processing
                                                                          process during weather events.
          Center (TPC). Due September 30, 2011
    Strategic Initiative: Delay                                             Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Continue to enhance, expand, and train
    Identification                                                          employees on the ICR process for use during the
    Identify airports forecasted to have chronic delay in the               severe weather season. Due September 30, 2011
    next six months.
      Strategic Activity: Demand Projection                               Strategic Activity: Share Airport Surface
      Project near-term demand, on a quarterly basis, for                 Data
      the OEP 35 airports, and compare year-over-year                     Develop a process to share airport surface data with
      changes in demand at these airports. Identify those                 stakeholders.
      which show unusually large growth.
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Develop an airport CDM process model at a target
          Complete an initial demand projection for FY11.                   airport in the NAS. Due September 30, 2011
          Due October 31, 2010
          Activity Target 2:                                       Flight Plan Target: Noise
          Update the demand projections every three                Exposure
          months after the initial demand projection is            Reduce the number of people exposed to significant
          completed. Due September 30, 2011                        noise by 4 percent compounded annually through FY
      Strategic Activity: Delay Projection                         2013 from the calendar year 2005. FY 2011 Target: -
      Use results of demand projections to determine               19.28%
      which airports are likely to experience a significant
      increase in delay as a result of demand growth.
                                                                        Strategic Initiative: Environmental
      Compare year-over-year changes in delay per                       Management Systems
      operation at impacted airports, and identify those

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    Implement Environmental Management Systems to                       Technical Center facilities and operations and is
    ensure that FAA operations protect the environment,                 implemented through an ACT-wide Environmental
    meet statutory and regulatory environmental                         Management System
    requirements, and improve reliability and cost
    effectiveness.                                                        Activity Target 1:
      Strategic Activity: Environmental                                   Conduct an external EMS conformance audit. Due
      Management Systems (EMS)                                            May 31, 2011. Due May 31, 2011
      ATO is fully committed to conducting all ATO                        Activity Target 2:
      operations and activities in a manner that is                       Conduct internal EMS audits and management
      protective of the environment. In keeping with this                 reviews with monthly status updates. Due July 31,
      commitment, ATO management and staff work                           2011
      continuously to integrate environmental                             Activity Target 3:
      considerations into operations, conserve energy and                 Ensure non-conformities from previous audits are
      resources, and to avoid or minimize the use of                      addressed as appropriate. Due September 30,
      environmentally detrimental materials. This                         2011
      commitment extends to all ATO facilities and
      operations, including those relevant to NextGen            Core Business Target: Safety
      environmental targets, and is implemented and
      given effect through an ATO-wide Environmental             and Operations Integration
      Management System .                                        Complete all activities associated with the O'Hare
                                                                 Modernization Program (OMP) resulting in a 67%
          Activity Target 1:                                     reduction in area delays by 2015. Finalize Fort
          Continue to implement EMS at remaining ATO             Lauderdale (FLL) Airport Runway Template Action Plan
          service areas. Due August 31, 2011                     (RTAP) schedule for FLL runway extension and support
          Activity Target 2:                                     Compact of Free Association, U.S. Public Law 99-239 to
                                                                 ensure that 6 airports within the Compact countries are
          Conduct internal EMS audits and management
                                                                 compliant with FAA FAR Part 139 and ICAO Standards
          reviews and report status to AEE Due September
                                                                 for emergency readiness.
          30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: Environmental                               Core Business Initiative: Core
      Management Systems (EMS) Aviation                               Airports Runway Commitment
      System Standards (AVN)                                          Ensure that runway capability commitments are
      Support for EMS applicable to Aviation System                   established in partnership with stakeholders.
      Standards program functions/activities.                           Core Activity: Commission Runways
                                                                        Provide ATO-T support to ARP, AVS, ATO, ARC to
          Activity Target 1:                                            ensure that the runway template action plan (RTAP)
          Conduct internal EMS audits and management                    schedules,
          reviews Due August 31, 2011                                   milestones and completion dates for commissioning
          Activity Target 2:                                            new Next Gen runway/extensions are met. AJT
          Maintain AVN ISO 14001 registration to be                     support is needed for items such as staffing and
          consistent with FAA targets and objectives Due                training.
          August 31, 2011                                               Activity Primary Owner: TONY MELLO Quality
                                                                        Assurance Group AJO-0 AJT-23 (202-385-8533)
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                        Activity Secondary Owner: DAVID DODD
          Evaluate effectiveness of AVN EMS and establish               Operations & Procedures Group AJO-0 AJT-24 (202
          new targets and objectives as necessary to ensure             -385-8778)
          continuous improvement and support of FAA goals
          and objectives Due July 31, 2011                                Activity Target 1:
      Strategic Activity: Environmental                                   Ensure that all FY-11 FAA activities outlined in the
                                                                          RTAP schedules are either accomplished on-time
      Management Systems (EMS) ACT
                                                                          or mitigated
      The ATO is fully committed to conducting all
                                                                          sufficiently to remain on-track to meet the NextGen
      operations and activities in a manner that is
                                                                          new/extended runway capability commitments
      protective
                                                                          established in partnership
      of the environment. In keeping with this commitment,
                                                                          with stakeholders. Due September 30, 2011
      ACT management and staff work continuously to
      integrate environmental considerations into                         Activity Target 2:
      operations,                                                         Support one briefing to the NextGen Management
      conserve energy and resources, and to avoid or                      Board during quarter one of quarter 2 of FY11.
      minimize the use of environmentally detrimental                     Due March 31, 2011
      materials. This commitment extends to all FAA
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          Activity Target 3:                                             items, and coordinate with stakeholders to help
          Support one briefing to the NextGen Management                 resolve issues identified. Provide technical input to
          Board during the 3rd or 4th quarter of FY 2011.                discussions on airport geographic information
          Due September 27, 2011                                         system (aGIS), exhaust plumes, consolidated
                                                                         surfaces, one engine inoperative (OEI), end-
    Core Business Initiative: Agency                                     around taxiway, wind turbines, and low visibility
                                                                         general aviation. Due September 30, 2011
    Flight Operations Guidance                                           Activity Target 2:
    Using the cross-organizational Airport Obstructions
    Committee (AOSC), develop recommended standards                      Provide quarterly updates on the status of
    and action plans for runway procedures such as end-                  assigned action item associated with the projects
    around taxiways, and establish data bases and data                   listed in target 1. Due September 30, 2011
    collection tools to improve airport flight operations,
    while maintaining an optimal balance among safety,          Core Business Target: Increase
    capacity, and efficiency considerations.                    En Route and Oceanic Capacity
      Core Activity: Airport Obstruction
      Standards Committee                                       to Meet Expected Demand
      Using the cross-organizational Airport Obstruction        En Route and Oceanic Services will meet future capacity
      Standards Committee (AOSC) develop                        demands by ensuring the provision of safe and efficient
      recommended standards                                     air traffic control services throughout the En Route
      and action plans for runway procedures and other          portion of the National Airspace System (NAS) through
      initiatives identified by AOSC Steering Committee,        targeted capacity increases to: 1) Achieve an average
      while maintaining an                                      daily airport capacity for the 35 Operational Evolution
      optimum balance among safety, capacity and                Partnership (OEP) airports of 103,068 arrivals and
      efficiency considerations.                                departures per day by FY 2011 and maintain through FY
                                                                2013 and 2) maintain a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.00
          Activity Target 1:                                    percent at the 35 OEP airports.
          Participate at each ASOC Working Group (WG)                Core Business Initiative: Enable
          and Steering Group meeting. Support the review of
          meeting notices and minutes, track and status              Increases in En Route and Oceanic
          assigned action items, and coordinate with                 Capacity
          stakeholders to help resolve issues identified.            Provide the support and technology to enable the safe
          Provide technical input to discussions on airport          increase in En Route and Oceanic capacity. En Route
          geographic information system (aGIS), exhaust              and Oceanic Services manages operations through 21
          plumes, consolidated                                       Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC) and two
          surfaces, one engine inoperative (OEI), end-               Combined En Route / Approach (CERAP) control
          around taxiway, wind turbines, and low visibility          facilities, which are allocated among the three Service
          general aviation. Due September 30, 2011                   Areas (Eastern, Central and Western).
          Activity Target 2:                                           Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic
          Provide quarterly updates on the status of                   Services - Program Operations
          assigned action item associated with the projects            Provide the operational support functions necessary
          identified in target 1.                                      to enable safe increases in capacity when delivering
          Due September 30, 2011 Due September 30,                     air traffic control services.
          2011
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Airport Obstruction
                                                                         Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the
      Standards Committee (AOSC)                                         35 OEP Airports of 103,068 arrivals and
      Using the cross-organizational Airport Obstruction                 departures per day. Due September 30, 2011
      Standards Committee (AOSC) develop
                                                                         Activity Target 2:
      recommended standards
      and action plans for runway procedures and other                   Achieve the annual efficiency performance target
      initiatives identified by AOSC Steering Committee,                 for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.
      while maintaining an                                               Due September 30, 2011
      optimum balance among safety, capacity and                         Activity Target 3:
      efficiency considerations.                                         Assess progress towards achieving year-end
                                                                         performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
          Participate at each ASOC Working Group (WG)                  Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic
          and Steering Group meeting. Support the review of            Services - Safety and Operations
          meeting notices                                              Services
          and minutes, track and status assigned action
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      Provide the operational support functions necessary                Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic
      to enable safe increases in capacity when delivering               Services Operations Support - Western
      air traffic control services.
                                                                         Service Area
          Activity Target 1:                                             Provide the operational support functions necessary
                                                                         to enable safe increases in capacity when delivering
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the
                                                                         air traffic control services. The Western Service Area
          35 OEP Airports of 103,068 arrivals and
                                                                         is comprised of six Air Route Traffic Control Centers
          departures per day. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         (ARTCC) and one Combined En Route / Approach
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                         (CERAP) control facility.
          Achieve the annual efficiency performance target
          for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.                Activity Target 1:
          Due September 30, 2011                                           Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the
          Activity Target 3:                                               35 OEP Airports of 103,068 arrivals and
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                       departures per day. Due September 30, 2011
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                            Activity Target 2:
      Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic                                  Achieve the annual efficiency performance target
                                                                           for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.
      Services Operations Support - Eastern                                Due September 30, 2011
      Service Area                                                         Activity Target 3:
      Provide the operational support functions necessary
      to enable safe increases in capacity when delivering                 Assess progress towards achieving year-end
      air traffic control services. The Eastern Service Area               performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
      is comprised of seven Air Route Traffic Control
      Centers (ARTCC) and one Combined En Route /
                                                                  Core Business Target: Expand
      Approach (CERAP) control facility.                          Oceanic and Offshore Services
                                                                  Increase the percentage of oceanic airspace using
          Activity Target 1:                                      reduced separation standards from the FY 2005
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the       baseline. FY 2011 target: 100 percent of oceanic
          35 OEP Airports of 103,068 arrivals and                 airspace.
          departures per day. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                           Core Business Initiative: Oceanic
          Achieve the annual efficiency performance target             and Offshore Services Core
          for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.            Business
          Due September 30, 2011                                       Provide Oceanic and Offshore Services to Support
          Activity Target 3:                                           Capacity Requirements.
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                     Core Activity: Improve Global
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                          Interoperability in the Oceanic and
      Core Activity: En Route and Oceanic                                Offshore Domains
      Services Operations Support - Central                              Improve global interoperability in the Oceanic and
                                                                         Offshore domains via collaboration with strategic
      Service Area
                                                                         partners and support longer-term Next Generation
      Provide the operational support functions necessary
                                                                         Air Transportation System (NextGen) initiatives.
      to enable safe increases in capacity when delivering
      air traffic control services. The Central Service Area               Activity Target 1:
      is comprised of eight Air Route Traffic Control
                                                                           Based on the requirements developed in FY 2010,
      Centers (ARTCC).
                                                                           initiate development of operational prototyping of
          Activity Target 1:                                               Pre-Departure Oceanic Trajectory Management
                                                                           4D (OTM4D). Due September 30, 2011
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
          35 OEP Airports of 103,068 arrivals and
          departures per day. Due September 30, 2011                       Assess progress towards achieving year-end
          Activity Target 2:                                               performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
          Achieve the annual efficiency performance target               Core Activity: Conduct Concept
          for NAS On-Time Arrivals of not less than 88.00%.              Development, Analysis and Trials for
          Due September 30, 2011                                         Automatic Dependent Surveillance-
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                         Contract (ADS-C) Climb/Descend
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end
                                                                         Procedures
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                          Conduct concept development, analysis and trials

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      for ADS-C Climb/Descend Procedures. The FAA is                           Oceanic Tailored Arrivals (OTA) in Atlantic. Due
      developing a reduced separation standard based on                        July 31, 2011
      Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) In Trail                              Activity Target 4:
      Procedures, but using ADS-C surveillance to verify                       Convert the Weather Message Switching Center
      distance between aircraft pairs. This procedure                          Replacement (WMSCR) and Aeronautical Fixed
      would allow more aircraft to reach fuel efficient                        Telecommunication Network (AFTN) interfaces
      altitudes.                                                               from X.25 format to Internet Protocol (IP) format.
                                                                               Due July 31, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
          Initiate Safety Case work associated with the               Core Business Target: Sustain
          implementation of ADS-C Climb/Descend
          Procedures in the North Atlantic. Due September             Terminal Equipment Operational
          30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                      Availability
                                                                      Sustain adjusted operational availability of select terminal
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                  equipment at 99.7 percent for the reportable facilities that
          performance goal. Due March 31, 2011                        support the 35 OEP airports through FY 2012. (FY11
      Core Activity: Five (5) Minute                                  Target = 99.7% adjusted equipment availability for
                                                                      selected systems assigned to ATO Terminal Services for
      Climb/Descent between Global                                    budget formulation).
      Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)
      Equipped Aircraft                                                    Core Business Initiative: Provide
      Conduct concept development, analysis and trials                     support to Sustain Terminal
      for GNSS In Trail Procedures. The FAA is
      developing a reduced separation standard based on
                                                                           Operation of the National Airspace
      a climb/descent procedure between GNSS                               System (NAS) Terminal
      equipped, same direction aircraft. This procedure                    Environment
      would allow more aircraft to reach fuel efficient                    Sustain the operation of the NAS Terminal
      altitudes.                                                           environment by defining, designing, building, deploying
                                                                           and sustaining terminal automation and surveillance
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           systems along with modernization and replacement of
          Initiate Safety Case work associated with the                    Towers and TRACONs to meet target levels of
          implementation of Global Navigation Satellite                    performance.
          System (GNSS) In Trail Procedures in the North                     Core Activity: Terminal Services
          Atlantic. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Program Operations - Acquisition
                                                                             Support
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                         Provide the acquisition and support functions
          performance goal. Due March 31, 2011                               necessary to deliver terminal Air Traffic Control
    Core Business Initiative: Deliver and                                    (ATC) services. These functions include 1) acquiring
                                                                             terminal systems such as surveillance and
    Implement Advanced Technologies                                          automation, and 2) facilities sustainment,
    and Oceanic Procedures (ATOP)                                            modernization and replacement.
    Develop and implement ATOP software.
                                                                               Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Implement Planned ATOP                                    Complete assessment for achieving year-end
                                                                               performance goal to satisfy 90% of major system
      Improvements
                                                                               acquisitions on schedule and within 10% of annual
      Provide new Oceanic technology to allow for
                                                                               budgets. Due March 31, 2011
      technology insertion and avoid obsolescence.
                                                                               Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                                   Complete assessment for achieving year-end
          Deliver and install additional controller positions at               performance goal to satisfy annual updates for
          Oakland Air Route Traffic Control Center                             existing Office of Management and Budget (OMB)-
          (ARTCC). Due December 31, 2010                                       300 Exhibits as required by Federal Aviation
          Activity Target 2:                                                   Administration/Department of Transportation
                                                                               submission schedules. Due March 31, 2011
          Deliver changes required to conform with updates
                                                                               Activity Target 3:
          to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
          Flight Plan format. Due July 31, 2011                                Achieve 90% of major system acquisitions on
          Activity Target 3:                                                   schedule and within 10% of annual budgets. Due
                                                                               September 30, 2011
          Deliver changes required to support expansion of

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          Activity Target 4:                                             (TRACONs) and airport traffic control towers
          Deliver annual updates for existing Office of                  (ATCT). STARS bridges the performance gap and
          Management and Budget (OMB)-300 Exhibits as                    makes a major contribution to the agency's strategic
          required by Federal Aviation                                   goals in two specific areas: increased capacity
          Administration/Department of Transportation                    through the deployment of higher availability
          submission schedules. Due September 30, 2011                   systems; and improved safety through the
                                                                         deployment of a more secure automation system. In
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                   order to support the operational availability,
      Program Operations - TFOS Support                                  improved safety, and support the automation
      Maintain the operation of the NAS Terminal                         infrastructure on which to build the NextGen
      environment by sustaining the terminal automation                  operational initiatives, provide software
      systems of Towers and TRACONs to meet target                       enhancements and refinements twice a year.
      levels of performance.
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                               Acceptance of software delivery build R-24, drop
          Complete assessment for achieving year-end                       2. Due November 30, 2010
          performance goal to satisfy the annual terminal                  Activity Target 2:
          equipment performance target by ensuring 99.7%                   Acceptance of software delivery build R-24, drop
          Adjusted Availability for automation systems                     3. Due March 31, 2011
          assigned to ATO Terminal Services for budget
          formulation. Due March 31, 2011                                Core Activity: Standard Terminal
          Activity Target 2:                                             Automation Replacement System
          Achieve the annual terminal equipment                          (STARS) Technical Refresh (TAMR
          performance target by ensuring 99.7% Adjusted                  Phase 1)
          Availability for automation systems assigned to                The Standard Terminal Automation Replacement
          ATO Terminal Services for budget formulation.                  System (STARS) is a digital radar/flight data
          Due September 30, 2011                                         processing and display system for use by terminal
                                                                         air traffic controllers to ensure the safe separation of
    Core Business Initiative: Increase                                   military and civilian aircraft throughout the nation's
    Capacity and Better Operational                                      airspace. STARS technology is open, expandable
                                                                         and able to accommodate future growth as well as
    Performance within Terminal by                                       new hardware and software. STARS investment
    Implementing Major Strategic                                         replaces the aging air traffic control equipment at 47
    Capital Investments                                                  sites (43 ARTS IIIA sites and 4 ARTS IIE sites) of
    This Initiative highlights the alignment between major               our nations terminal radar approach control facilities
    program budget submissions and the FAA Flight Plan                   (TRACONs) and airport traffic control towers
    for Terminal Services OMB Exhibit 300 Programs by                    (ATCT). STARS bridges the performance gap and
    ensuring that all Capacity focused FAA Major                         makes a major contribution to the agency's strategic
    Investments (Exhibit 300 Programs) are identified in                 goals in two specific areas: increased capacity
    the Flight Plan. The FY2008 Budget Submission and                    through the deployment of higher availability
    associated FY2008 -- FY2012 Capital Investment Plan                  systems; and improved safety through the
    identifies these Exhibit 300 Programs as Strategic                   deployment of a more secure automation system. In
    Investments.                                                         order to support the operational availability of the
                                                                         existing operational sites, it is necessary to perform
      Core Activity: Standard Terminal
                                                                         planned technical refreshment of the automation
      Automation Replacement System                                      systems to eliminate obsolescence, and support the
      (STARS) Terminal Enhancements                                      adjusted operational availability of 99.7% for the
      (TAMR Phase 1)                                                     reportable facilities through FY2011 by initiating
      The Standard Terminal Automation Replacement                       acquisition of Main Display Monitor (MDM)
      System (STARS) is a digital radar/flight data                      replacement and performing Qualification of the Sun
      processing and display system for use by terminal                  Operating System Version 10 (OS-10).
      air traffic controllers to ensure the safe separation of
      military and civilian aircraft throughout the nation's               Activity Target 1:
      airspace. STARS technology is open, expandable                       Contract Award for CCP-800. Due May 31, 2011
      and able to accommodate future growth as well as                     Activity Target 2:
      new hardware and software. STARS investment
      replaces the aging air traffic control equipment at 47               Procure initial Tech Refresh hardware for retrofit of
      sites (43 Automated Radar Terminal Systems                           OEP/focus sites and selected support sites. Due
      (ARTS) IIIA sites and 4 ARTS IIE sites) of our                       August 30, 2011
      nations terminal radar approach control facilities
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      Core Activity: Terminal Automation                                retrofit kits. The benefits of the ASR-11 Technology
      Modernization/ Replacement (TAMR)                                 Refresh retrofit of the ASDP into the 68 production
                                                                        systems will reduce Operations and Maintenance
      Phase 2 - Tech Refresh                                            (O&M) cost by reducing the number of line-
      The Terminal Automation Modernization/                            replaceable units (LRUs) required for the system
      Replacement (TAMR) Program is a phased                            and associated maintenance and repair. It will
      approach to modernizing or replacing the digital                  provide a projected cost savings to the O&M budget
      radar/flight data processing and display systems                  by allowing for more efficient future signal
      used by terminal air traffic controllers to ensure the            processing software modifications. The retrofitting of
      safe separation of military and civilian aircraft                 the ASDP into the ASR-11 system allows increased
      throughout the nation's airspace. TAMR, Phase 2,                  processing speed and memory. Taking advantage of
      will modernize or replace automation systems at                   this processing capability, the ASDP software, as
      nine Terminal Radar Approach Control facilities                   delivered, will include baseline changes that were
      (TRACONs) and their associated airport traffic                    not possible in the original Signal Data Processor
      control towers (ATCT) that currently pose a risk to               due to processing and memory limitations.
      service. TAMR Phase 2 Program involves the                        Additionally, further changes to the signal processing
      replacement of 5 ARTS IIE systems with STARS at                   software become possible due to the inherent
      Anchorage, AK; Wichita, KS; Corpus Christi, TX;                   scalability of the ASDP. This scalability allows for
      Pensacola, FL; and, West Palm Beach, FL; and, the                 increasing the processing capability by supporting
      modernization of 4 ARTS IIIE systems with Full                    the addition of processor cards without requiring a
      Digital ARTS Displays (FDADs) at Chicago, IL;                     major restructuring of the software. With this ease of
      Denver, CO; St. Louis, MO; and, Minneapolis/St.                   adding processing capability, additional changes to
      Paul, MN. The state-of-the-art technologies being                 the signal processing design (from a software
      deployed will bridge the performance gap by                       perspective) are straightforward and easily
      providing improvements in system capacity,                        accomplished. The changes to the signal processing
      reliability, and availability. These improvements will            would allow targeting of known shortcomings of the
      contribute to the agency's strategic goals in two                 system that would improve the system performance
      specific areas: increased capacity through the                    and target detection capability in the presence of
      deployment of more reliable and available systems;                wind farms and other anomalous propagation.
      and, improved safety through the deployment of a                  Ultimately, the ASR-11 Technology Refresh retrofit
      more secure automation system. In order to support                of the ASDP into production systems will reduce
      the operational availability of the existing operational          Operations and Maintenance (O&M) cost by allowing
      sites, it is necessary to perform planned technical               for more efficient future signal processing software
      refreshment of the automation systems to eliminate                modifications.
      obsolescence, and support the adjusted operational
      availability of 99.7% for the reportable facilities                 Activity Target 1:
      through FY2011 through procurement of tech refresh
                                                                          Provide funding to DoD under Interagency
      hardware.
                                                                          Agreement (IAA) to purchase nine (9) ASR-11
          Activity Target 1:                                              ASDP Retrofit Kits. Due May 31, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 2:
          Qualify tech refresh hardware. Due August 31,
          2011                                                            Start installation of six (6) ASR-11 ASDP Retrofit
          Activity Target 2:                                              Kits. Due September 30, 2011
          Procure tech refresh hardware for support                     Core Activity: Terminal Airport
          facilities. Due September 30, 2011                            Surveillance Radar Model 9 (ASR-9)
      Core Activity: Airport Surveillance                               Service Life Extension (SLEP), Phase 2
      Radar, Model 11 (ASR-11) Technical                                ASR-9 systems provide aircraft detection and
                                                                        weather information to air traffic controllers at the
      Refresh                                                           highest activity airports. The ASR-9 tracks all aircraft
      The ASR-11 Technology Refresh Segment 1
                                                                        within its range and provides those tracks, as well as
      program provides for the replacement and upgrade
                                                                        six-level weather intensity information. This data
      of known obsolete ASR-11 Commercial-Off-The-
                                                                        is/provided to terminal automation systems and
      Shelf (COTS) hardware and software to ensure the
                                                                        utilized by air traffic controllers to safely and
      continued operation of the radar system through its
                                                                        efficiently separate aircraft in the terminal
      designated lifecycle. The program will replace the
                                                                        environment. The ASR-9 provides data to AMASS
      obsolete hardware cards within the signal data
                                                                        and ASDE-X, to aid in the prevention of accidents
      processing card rack with the Advanced Signal Data
                                                                        resulting from runway incursions. A business case is
      Processor (ASDP). The ASDP reduces the number
                                                                        currently being made to determine the scope of the
      of processing cards from 14 to 3. The program will
                                                                        ASR-9, Phase 2. Phase 2 is pending a positive
      provide funding to DoD under Interagency
                                                                        investment decision. Without these modifications to
      Agreement (IAA) to purchase and install 68 ASDP
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      the ASR-9, the ASR-9 will continue to experience                        Segment 1. Due September 30, 2011
      decreasing reliability and availability over time. The
      cost of technology refresh has been deemed more                     Core Business Initiative: Increase
      cost-effective than acquiring full replacement
      systems, because the current performance is
                                                                          Capacity and Better Performance
      effective in meeting both the safety and capacity                   within Terminal by Implementing
      needs of the nation's air traffic system at major                   Other Strategic Capital Investments
      airports. The benefits of this investment will lower                This Initiative highlights other Strategic Capital
      O&M costs associated with the ASR-9 beginning                       Investment Programs in Terminal that do not require
      with the first installation in 2012. The ASR-9 SLEP,                an OMB Exhibit 300 and are focused on increasing the
      Phase 2 directly supports the Flight Plan Goal to                   capacity and/or efficiency of the National Airspace
      "Sustain adjusted operational availability of 99.7%                 System.
      for the reportable facilities that support the 35 OEP
      airports through FY2013", by achieving the following:
                                                                            Core Activity: Flight Data Input/Output
      1) Finalizing Screening Information Request (SIR);                    (FDIO) Replacement
      and 2) Awarding a Design and Development                              The FDIO system provides standardized flight plan
      Contract.                                                             data, safety related data, and other information to air
                                                                            traffic controllers at more than 500 TRACON, ATCT,
          Activity Target 1:                                                and ARTCC facilities. The FDIO system prints flight
          Announce market survey for a replacement                          data information on paper strips to assist controllers
          receiver protector Due September 30, 2011                         in tracking aircraft and anticipating the arrival of
          Activity Target 2:                                                aircraft in the sector under their control.
          Conduct development testing on prototype                          The FDIO Replacement program replaces the end-of
          backplane kit Due April 30, 2011                                  --life/obsolete FDIO equipment with fully compatible
      Core Activity: Terminal Automation                                    (form/fit/function) commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)
      Modernization / Replacement (TAMR)                                    equipment.
      Phase 3                                                                 Activity Target 1:
      Terminal automation systems are essential for                           Contract Award of Personal Computer-Radio
      helping controllers manage the tempo of operations                      Control Unit (PC-RCU) Management Systems
      at our nation's busiest airports. The automation                        Services, Inc. (MSSI) replacement Due March 31,
      systems rely on information from radar and weather                      2011
      sensors, along with flight plan information for each                    Activity Target 2:
      aircraft to inform controllers of the aircraft's location
      and intended path of flight so they can safely and                      Complete installation of FDIO-G Maintenance PC
      efficiently maintain aircraft separation at or near                     Due September 30, 2011
      airports.                                                             Core Activity: Integrated Display
                                                                            Systems (IDS) - Replacement
      The Terminal Automation Modernization and
                                                                            The Integrated Display System (IDS4) is a local and
      Replacement program provides a phased approach
                                                                            wide area network information dissemination and
      to modernizing the automation systems at the FAA's
                                                                            display system. IDS4 consolidates information from
      Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON)
                                                                            several operational NAS weather subsystems and
      facilities and their associated Airport Traffic Control
                                                                            other operational sources onto a single display, and
      Towers (ATCT) throughout the NAS.
                                                                            distributes the data to air traffic controllers and
                                                                            airspace managers at TRACON, ATCT, and ARTCC
      TAMR Phase 3 begins planning for the
                                                                            facilities. The FAA began regional procurements in
      modernization/replacement of automation systems
                                                                            1990 and currently has 2,230 IDS4 workstations
      at the remaining 106 TRACONS not being
                                                                            located at approximately 390 FAA facilities
      addressed by the investments in other earlier
                                                                            nationwide. Recent obsolescence issues and loss of
      phases of the program. The FAA will continue to
                                                                            proprietary software support make it necessary to
      sustain the automation systems at these sites while
                                                                            replace this system to sustain its functionality.
      monitoring system performance to identify any
      deterioration in service.                                               Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Operational test and evaluation (OT&E)
                                                                              completed. Due April 30, 2011
          Develop procurement documentation for solution                      Activity Target 2:
          implementation contract for Segment 1. Due July
          31, 2011                                                            First site initial operational capability date (IOC).
          Activity Target 2:                                                  Due September 30, 2011
          Award contract for solution implementation for
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      Core Activity: Terminal Flight Data                                realignment programs upgrade and improve facilities
      Management System                                                  to support the NAS modernization strategy for
      The NAS currently relies on several flight data                    achieving efficient aerospace systems and
      management systems in Air Traffic Control Towers                   operations. These projects will enable facilities to
      (ATCTs) to provide flight object data and traffic                  meet current operational, environmental, and safety
      management tools in the terminal environment.                      needs economically instead of replacing the entire
      These systems include, but are not limited to, Airport             facility.
      Resource Management Tool (ARMT), Flight Data                         Activity Target 1:
      Input Output (FDIO), Tower Data Link Services
      (TDLS), Integrated Display System (IDS), Electronic                  Conduct up to 16 Facility Life Cycle and/or
      Flight Strip Transfer System (EFSTS), and                            Condition Assessments to determine sustainment
      Advanced Electronic Flight Strip (AEFS). In order to                 needs. Due September 30, 2011
      achieve the modernization of the NAS envisioned by                   Activity Target 2:
      NextGen, it is necessary to develop an integrated                    Initiate 60 new projects for either realignment,
      Terminal Flight Data Management (TFDM) platform                      modernization and/or sustainment of
      that provides all of the functionality currently                     ATCT/TRACON facilities. Due September 30,
      available to controllers as well as emerging                         2011
      capabilities anticipated in the modernization of the                 Activity Target 3:
      NAS such as Electronic Flight Strip (EFS) and                        Assess progress on initiating 60 new projects for
      Terminal Data Display System (TDDS). This phase                      either realignment, modernization and/or
      of TFDM intends to integrate the functionality of the                sustainment of ATCT/TRACON facilities. Due
      existing terminal flight data systems and decision                   March 31, 2011
      support tools in order to reduce operating costs and
      facilitate increased capacity in the terminal                      Core Activity: ATCT/TRACON
      environment through the consolidation of these                     Replacement
      systems.                                                           An Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) and Terminal
                                                                         Radar Approach Control (TRACON) are integral
      The TFDM program is an integrated approach to                      parts of many airports. It is from these facilities the
      maximize the efficient collection, distribution, and               air traffic controllers direct aircraft in the terminal
      update of the data and improve access to the                       airspace environment. There are more than 500
      information necessary for the safe and efficient                   ATCTs and TRACONs within the Department of
      control of air traffic. The system will collect and                Transportation. The average age of these facilities is
      portray terminal flight object (flight and flow) data as           approximately 30 years old, and the oldest facility
      well as provide traffic management tools on an                     has been in service for over 70 years. The primary
      integrated display; and, interface to information and              method of controlling the immediate airport
      decision support tools.                                            environment is visual observation from the control
                                                                         tower. The tower is a tall, windowed structure
          Activity Target 1:                                             located on the airport grounds. Tower controllers are
          Develop Initial Program Requirements (iPR)                     responsible for the separation and efficient
          Document Due March 30, 2011                                    movement of aircraft and vehicles operating on the
          Activity Target 2:                                             taxiways and runways of the airport itself, and
          Business Case submitted for Independent                        aircraft in the air near the airport. A TRACON is a
          Evaluation Due September 30, 2011                              facility that provides radar separation services within
                                                                         30 to 50 miles of an airport but does not always
      Core Activity: ATCT/TRACON                                         need to be located at the airport. The FAA has a
      Modernization                                                      rigorous program for ATCT/TRACON replacement.
      The FAA has an extensive program for                               The FAA must also continually replace facilities to
      ATCT/TRACON realignment and sustainment in                         ensure an acceptable level of air traffic control
      order to increase the facility condition index. The                services. ATO-T's Air Traffic Control Facilities
      FAA must continually realign or sustain these                      program contributes to the FAA greater capacity
      facilities to ensure an acceptable level of air traffic            goal by replacing ATCTs and TRACONs to meet
      control services and to accommodate proposed                       current and future operational requirements. This
      NextGen enhancements. ATO-T's Air Traffic Control                  program addresses requirements to accommodate
      Facilities program contributes to the FAA greater                  growth and safety concerns (e.g., to ensure that
      capacity goal by sustaining ATCTs and realigning                   controllers have an unobstructed view of the
      and modernizing TRACONs to meet current and                        runways and taxiways).
      future operational requirements. This program
      addresses requirements to accommodate growth in                      Activity Target 1:
      air traffic; provide added space for new equipment.                  Assess progress on awarding two construction
      The ATCT/TRACON sustainment and TRACON                               contracts and continue with multiple Phase IV and
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          V activities. Due March 31, 2011                               contract award and deliver system to the Technical
                                                                         Center support site for testing.
          Activity Target 2:
          Award two construction contracts and continue                    Activity Target 1:
          with multiple Phase IV and V activities. Due                     Complete Site Design for 1 site. Due April 30,
          September 30, 2011                                               2011
      Core Activity: Terminal Airport                                      Activity Target 2:
      Surveillance Radar Model 8 (ASR-8)                                   Complete Site Design for an additional site. Due
                                                                           July 31, 2011
      Service Life Extension Program (SLEP)
      The Airport Surveillance Radar, Model-8 (ASR-8)                    Core Activity: Mode S Service Life
      was procured in the mid-1970s and fielded between                  Extension Program (SLEP), Phase 2
      1975 and 1980 to provide primary surveillance radar                The Mode S is a secondary surveillance radar
      data to air traffic controllers at low and medium                  system that provides beacon or secondary aircraft
      activity airports. Forty-two ASR-8 systems (39                     surveillance in terminal airspace and en route
      operational systems, 3 support systems) will remain                coverage areas. The Mode S uses selective beacon
      in use in the National Airspace System (NAS) after                 detection technology to provide target data as digital
      the Airport Surveillance Radar, Model-11 (ASR-11)                  formatted messages and analog video tailored for
      program implementation is complete. The NAS                        automation and display systems. The Mode S is
      Architecture Surveillance Roadmap retains the ASR-                 integrated with collocated Airport Surveillance Radar
      8 systems through the year 2025. The NAS                           Model 9 (ASR-9) and ASR-8, and Air Route
      Architecture also identifies Automatic Dependent                   Surveillance Radar Model 1E (ARSR-1E), ARSR-2,
      Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) as the primary                      ARSR-3 and ARSR-4. The Mode S system is
      means of surveillance for the future. The approved                 capable of providing correlated radar and beacon
      ADS-B backup strategy assumes, primary radar                       reports and weather map reports to NAS en route
      services will remain in all terminal areas covered by              and terminal automation, U.S. Department of
      primary radar today and will serve to mitigate single-             Defense (DoD), and other users. Digital data is
      aircraft avionics failures in the event of loss of ADS-            provided in ASR-9/Common Digitizer (ASR/CD)
      B positioning source. The ASR-8 systems are well                   format to FAA automation systems at Terminal
      past their intended life span and need modifications               Radar Approach Control (TRACON) and Air Route
      to contain operating costs and ensure the systems                  Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) facilities, DoD, and
      are able to operate within the NAS and meet the                    other external organizations. The Mode S SLEP,
      demands of projected traffic profiles through 2025.                Phase 2 directly supports the Flight Plan Goal to
      The ASR-8 was developed using technology that is                   "Sustain adjusted operational availability of 99.7
      now obsolete. Many parts are no longer available                   percent for the reportable facilities that support the
      and the ASR-8 analog data output can not interface                 35 OEP airports through FY 2013," by achieving the
      directly with newer digital technology. Currently 11               following: 1) Finalizing a Screening Information
      ASR-8 operational systems are converted to digital                 Request (SIR) to obtain an industry response; and 2)
      format to feed existing automation systems. In the                 Contract award for design and development.
      Automation Roadmap all automation systems will
      require digital radar input as a result of the migration             Activity Target 1:
      from ARTS-IIE to ARTS-IIIE or STARS. The                             Announce market survey for open planar array
      Surveillance Roadmap includes a decision point for                   antenna Due September 30, 2011
      implementation of Internet Protocol (IP) addressing                  Activity Target 2:
      at radar facilities which will also require digital radar
      data. The Surveillance Roadmap also retains the                      Start development testing on replacement beacon
      Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) after the                         video reconstitutor Due May 31, 2011
      requirement to provide digital radar input to the                  Core Activity: Precision Runway
      automation systems; this will require digitization of              Monitor-Alternate (PRM-A) -
      the SSR as well. To support the agency effort to
      establish consolidated Terminal Radar Approach
                                                                         Multilateration Technology Upgrade
                                                                         Replace legacy PRM e-scan systems (i.e., STL,
      Control (TRACON) facilities approximately half of the
                                                                         PHL, CLE, ATL and SFO) with the PRM-A
      remaining ASR-8 systems will require a digital target
                                                                         multilateration configuration.
      output as well as a 6-level weather output. Providing
      a digital weather output will also support the agency                Activity Target 1:
      to meet the recent NTSB recommendation for
      standardized 4-level weather reporting. The FAA                      Complete Preliminary Requirements Document
      also provides ASR-8 data to support the DoD                          Due March 31, 2011
      mission. Currently the DoD Air Defense Sector                        Activity Target 2:
      receives radar data from 8 of the 39 operational ASR                 Achieve IARD Decision Due June 30, 2011
      -8 systems. In FY2011 complete
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                                                                            Capitol Region Coordination Center (NCRCC), North
  Core Business Target: Average                                             American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)
  Daily Capacity (Core Airports)                                            and Continental NORAD Region (CONR).
  Improve overall quality of SkyWatch database by 20% by
  September 30, 2011. Improving accuracy, consistency                         Activity Target 1:
  and compliance of SkyWatch database will increase NAS                       Conduct a Semiannual review of the DEN SOP
  access and efficiency through improved procedural,                          and DEN User Customer Guide and update as
  training, and resource analysis.                                            necessary. Due March 30, 2011
                                                                              Activity Target 2:
  Improve overall quality of NORDO reports in the                             Conduct a Semiannual review of the DEN SOP
  SkyWatch database by 20% by September 30, 2011.                             and DEN User Customer Guide and update as
  SkyWatch data will be used to improve operational                           necessary. Due September 30, 2011
  standard operating procedures, improve training, and
  modify SkyWatch database structure with regard to                         Core Activity: Mitigate Impacts
  NORDO reporting.                                                          Associated with Airspace Security
    Core Business Initiative: System                                        Measures in Support of National
                                                                            Security Events and the DC Special
    Operations Security Tactical                                            Flight Rules Area
    Operations                                                              The ATSC is responsible for ensuring maximum
    Tactical Operations Security is responsible for                         situational awareness of all DEN participants during
    ensuring the real-time coordination and                                 an aviation security event. By ensuring accurate
    implementation of airspace security measures while                      and timely communication of information, the ATSC
    mitigating the impact of such actions on the safety,                    enables each aviation security stakeholder to make
    operation, and efficiency of the NAS. Tactical                          informed and timely decisions in response to an
    Operations Security is comprised of Air Traffic Security                event. Mitigation of the impacts to the NAS are
    Coordinators (ATSC) and the System Operations                           accomplished when an appropriate and measured
    Support Center (SOSC), who use the Domestic Events                      response is launched by the military and/or law
    Network (DEN) to effectively facilitate coordination                    enforcement authorities thereby minimizing the
    regarding aviation and airspace security issues and                     impact on aviation operations, resulting in an
    events.                                                                 expedient return to normal operations of the NAS.
      Core Activity: Collaborate with Security
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
      Partners
      The SOSC is responsible for collaborating with                          Conduct periodic reviews of major airspace
      security partners such as the US Secret Service,                        security measures and all serious air security
      TSA and the FBI in developing security related                          incidents to identify trends, ensure compliance with
      Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) and to ensure                       procedures, and improve performance. Brief
      timely distribution of the information to reduce the                    Director, AJR-2 of findings. Due September 30,
      potential for airspace violations. The SOSC is also                     2011
      responsible for collaborating and coordinating with                     Activity Target 2:
      various agencies regarding International and                            Establish and maintain a series of training
      Diplomatic Waivers and routings for Special Interest                    initiatives that ensure ATSCs are familiar with all
      Flight (SIF) aircraft.                                                  applicable rules, regulations and policies
                                                                              concerning air traffic procedures and
          Activity Target 1:                                                  airspace/aviation security measures as well as
          Complete actions to publish TFR and other                           familiarity with the associated inter and intra
          security information within one hour of finalizing                  agency air security missions. Due September 30,
          the details. Due September 30, 2011                                 2011
      Core Activity: Manage FAA Security                                  Core Business Initiative: System
      Measures                                                            Operations Security Special
      The ATSC are responsible for managing FAA
      airspace security measures and for ensuring that                    Operations
      sufficient collaboration occurs on the DEN capability               The Special Operations Security (AJR-25) group will
      among ATO facilities and all concerned Federal,                     collaborate with the Department of Defense (DoD) and
      State, Local and Tribal authorities to ensure a                     Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide air
      successful outcome of each air security event In                    traffic operations related support to national defense
      addition to DEN collaboration, the ATSC is                          and homeland security missions through the use of
      responsible to coordinate and collaborate with their                liaisons officers embedded in the military's air defense
      inter and intra agency partners at each of the four                 sector and major commands, including DHS' Air &
      DEN Pod locations including FAA HQ, the National                    Marine Operations Center (AMOC). This group will
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    collaborate with DHS and other security stakeholders                  defense and homeland security missions.
    to protect National Special Security Events (NSSE)
    and other special events such as the United Nations                     Activity Target 1:
    General Assembly, Presidential Inauguration, State of
    the Union Address, and the Super Bowl from aviation                     Conduct a quarterly review of actions taken by
    related threats through the use of Temporary Flight                     FAA to mitigate the impact of classified operations
    Restrictions (TFRs), operational coordination with air                  in the NAS while still meeting national security
    traffic control (ATC) facilities, and other air traffic                 objectives. The review will normally be conducted
    operational measures.                                                   within 45 days of the close of the quarter and
                                                                            actions such as meeting with DoD, DHS and
      Core Activity: National Special Security
                                                                            internal FAA representatives will normally occur
      Events                                                                within 60 days of the review completion. The
      Cooperate with the DHS and other security                             results and actions taken for these reviews will be
      stakeholders to protect National Special Security                     summarized in a report for the Director, AJR-2 Due
      Events (NSSE) and Special Events such as the                          September 30, 2011
      United Nations General Assembly, Presidential
      Inauguration, State of the Union Address, and the                   Core Activity: System Operations
      Super Bowl from aviation related threats through the                Collaboration with Local, State, and
      use of Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs),                        Federal Law Enforcement Partners
      operational coordination with Air Traffic Control                   Cooperate with Department of Homeland Security
      (ATC), and other air traffic operational measures.                  (DHS) and other law enforcement partners at the
                                                                          local, state and federal levels to provide air traffic
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          related support for law enforcement missions.
          Identify and implement protective security
          measures (including the publication of the                        Activity Target 1:
          preliminary advisory notice) for all NSSEs.                       Conduct a quarterly review using law enforcement
          Normally preliminary advisory notices will be                     flight activity reports and identify actions to be
          accomplished two weeks prior to the event.                        taken by FAA to mitigate the impact of law
          Conduct a quarterly review of events to ensure                    enforcement flight activities on the NAS while still
          90% of the notices are published two weeks prior                  meeting national security objectives. The review
          to the event. Due September 30, 2011                              will normally be conducted within 45 days of the
      Core Activity: System Operations                                      close of the quarter and actions such as meeting
                                                                            with law enforcement and internal FAA
      Collaboration with Homeland Security
                                                                            representatives will normally occur within 60 days
      Cooperate with Department of Defense (DoD) and
                                                                            of the review completion. The results and actions
      Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide
                                                                            taken for these reviews will be summarized in a
      air traffic operations related support to national
                                                                            report for the Director, AJR-2 Due September 30,
      defense and homeland security missions through the
                                                                            2011
      use of liaisons officers embedded in the military's air
      defense sector and major commands, including                      Core Business Initiative: System
      DHS' Air & Marine Operations Center (AMOC).
                                                                        Operations Security Strategic
          Activity Target 1:                                            Operations
          Conduct a quarterly review using DoD's intercept              The Strategic Operations Security (AJR-22) is
          operations reports and identify actions to be taken           responsible for the planning and coordination of
          by FAA to mitigate the impact of intercept                    homeland security/national defense needs within the
          operations in the NAS while still meeting national            National Airspace System (NAS) . They communicate
          security objectives. The review will normally be              the implementation of all operational security
          conducted within 45 days of the close of the                  procedures and any impacts on the NAS . This
          quarter and actions such as meeting with DoD,                 group's objective is to mitigate the impact of these
          DHS and internal FAA representatives will                     measures on the safety and efficiency of the NAS
          normally occur within 60 days of the review                   through effective planning and implementation.
          completion. The result and actions taken will be                Core Activity: Manage and Develop ATO
          briefed to appropriate FAA executives. Due                      Crisis Response and Exercise Planning
          September 30, 2011
                                                                          Activities and Policy
      Core Activity: System Operations                                    Manage the ATO's emergency planning activities.
      Collaboration with Federal Partners
      Cooperate with Department of Defense (DoD),                           Activity Target 1:
      Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other
                                                                            Draft an ATO Crisis Response / Emergency
      Federal partners to provide classified air traffic
                                                                            Operations order that responds to Agency
      related support to federal partners for national
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          Directives, the National Response Framework, and                   Compliance report due to Manager, AJR-22 Due
          Title 49 obligations. Due June 30, 2011                            September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Activity Target 3:
          Serve as the ATO POC for all exercise and                          Analyze global positioning satellite (GPS) test
          contingency planning. Also participate in FAA and                  activity within the NAS for security impacts. Take
          National Level exercise planning meetings, to                      immediate action if needed such as publishing
          include all phases and other exercise planning                     NOTAMs, briefing FAA executives, and
          forums when required. Provide exercise summary                     maintaining an archive of actions taken to mitigate
          report to Manager, AJR-22, 20 days prior to                        impact on the NAS. Brief monthly Manager, AJR-
          exercise events. Compliance report due                             22 of activities and issues. Activity summary report
          September 30, 2011 to Manager, AJR-22. Due                         due to Manager, AJR-22 Due September 30, 2011
          September 30, 2011
                                                                            Core Activity: Contingency
      Core Activity: Emergency Planning                                     Response/Emergency Operations
      Activities                                                            Activities
      Coordinate and manage the ATO's emergency                             Manage the ATO's contingency response activities.
      planning activities.
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 1:
          Conduct monthly ATO emergency planning                             Oversee staffing of the Crisis
          meetings and publish meeting minutes within 10                     Operations/Emergency Operations Response
          business days. Due September 30, 2011                              Desk, FAA Recovery Desk, FEMA National
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Response Coordination Center (NRCC) ESF-01
                                                                             and other ATO crisis response nodes as required
          Publish an integrated Exercise calendar monthly.
                                                                             during crisis response events and situations.
          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                             Develop after-action report for each event for
      Core Activity: Support National Strategy                               Manager, AJR-22. Compliance report due
      for Aviation Security                                                  September 30, 2011 to Manager, AJR-22. Due
      Support and represent DOT/FAA in development of                        September 30, 2011
      plans that support National Strategy for Aviation                     Core Activity: Develop Security Related
      Security.
                                                                            Policy for the NAS
          Activity Target 1:                                                Implement appropriate security related procedures
                                                                            to mitigate the impact on the NAS.
          Participate in NSAS meetings and brief Manager,
          AJR-22 on at least a quarterly basis Due                           Activity Target 1:
          September 30, 2011                                                 Complete coordination and publish FAA
      Core Activity: Mitigation of Security                                  MANPADS Response and Recovery Plan. Due
      Related Threats/Procedures on the NAS                                  September 30, 2011
      Initiate appropriate action to mitigate the impact of                  Activity Target 2:
      security related threats or procedures have on the                     Complete coordination and publish Air Traffic
      NAS.                                                                   Organization (ATO) Pandemic Influenza
                                                                             Sustainment of Essential Government Services
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Plan. Due September 30, 2011
          Track and analyze aviation security data (laser
          activity, military spill-out activity, Pilot Deviations,
                                                                            Core Activity: Air Domain Awareness
          NORDO, Quality Assurance Review, and others as                    and Special Flight Programs
          assigned) within the NAS using the SkyWatch                       Represent ATO in interagency Air Domain
          Data Base and other data sources as required.                     Awareness programs and manage ATO special flight
          Conduct quarterly reviews of these aviation                       programs (e.g., Special Interest Flight (SIF), Open
          security data streams for trends and impact on the                Skies).
          NAS. Publish report and brief Manager, AJR-22                      Activity Target 1:
          within 45 days of the quarter's conclusion. Due
          August 15, 2011                                                    Represent ATO in developing Interagency Air
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Domain Awareness Program goals and
                                                                             requirements. Brief Manager, AJR-22 quarterly of
          Assess semi-annually security related procedures                   program progress and issues. Due September 30,
          in 7610.4 (Special Operations) and other FAA                       2011
          directives and publications for accuracy and initiate              Activity Target 2:
          changes as needed. Brief Manager, AJR-22
          monthly on the status of any changes required.                     Serve as FAA point of contact for coordination.
                                                                             Participate in and serve as FAA point of contact for
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          DoD Interagency Open Skies Implementation                   Core Activity: Collaborative Decision
          Working Group. Report Open Skies activities and             Making Operations
          issues on a quarterly basis to Manager, AJR-22.             Coordinate with system stakeholders to maximize
          Due September 30, 2011                                      system efficiency. The goal of these activities is to
          Activity Target 3:                                          balance air traffic demand with system capacity on
          Serve as the FAA point of contact to the DOT                an ongoing, daily basis to maximize use of the
          Special Interest Flight (SIF) Program. Conduct              airspace. The Command Center conducts a yearly
          interagency working groups and meetings                     end of season review with aviation stakeholders, as
          regarding foreign over flight security. Brief               well as daily strategic planning telcons to assess the
          Manager, AJR-22, on SIF Program activities and              daily operations of the NAS.
          issues on a quarterly basis. Due September 30,
          2011                                                          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        Conduct end of season review with aviation
    Core Business Initiative: Identify                                  stakeholders to assess the previous severe
    NAS Security Issues                                                 weather season. Due November 15, 2010
    Improve by 20% the overall quality of SkyWatch data                 Activity Target 2:
    by September 30, 2010. Establish baseline by                        Conduct annual review of Playbook/CDR use to
    January 31, 2010.                                                   identify and prepare changes needed to support
      Core Activity: Study and Identify Trends                          the upcoming severe weather season. Due
      in SkyWatch Data                                                  February 28, 2011
      Examine a representative example (10%) of                       Core Activity: Departure Spacing
      SkyWatch entries to baseline compliance with
      standards for formatting, completeness, and content.            Program (DSP)
      Develop an action plan to improve SkyWatch entry                All activities to maintain systems, including but not
      quality using findings from the baseline. Reexamine             limited to technical refresh of existing hardware and
      quality on a quarterly basis. Demonstrate 50%                   software of the DSP, Adaptation Controlled
      improvement in overall quality by the end of the                Environment System Chart Update, development of
      fiscal year.                                                    requisite information security documentation as well
                                                                      as system documentation, PTR fixes and updates to
          Activity Target 1:                                          the information contained within the system.
          Complete baseline review of SkyWatch data using               Activity Target 1:
          a 10%representative data sample. Due November
          30, 2010                                                      Complete deployment of DSP tech refresh. Due
          Activity Target 2:                                            June 30, 2011
                                                                        Activity Target 2:
          Summarize baseline and improvement
          recommendations in an action plan. Due                        Distribute 56-day Chart update of the NAS
          December 30, 2010                                             database elements to DSP locations. Due
                                                                        September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
          complete quarterly analysis of SkyWatch data                Core Activity: Center Weather Service
          quality using 10% representative sample. Due,               Unit (CWSU) Support
          April 30, 2011, July 31, 2011 Due July 31, 2011             Provide funding for an Inter-Agency agreement with
          Activity Target 4:                                          the National Weather Service (NWS) to provide
          complete final analysis of SkyWatch data quality            meteorological consultation, nowcasting, and advice
          as compared to start of year baseline.                      regarding weather events that may have potential
          Demonstrate a 20% improvement. Due September                impacts on air traffic operations to FAA operations
          30, 2011                                                    personnel at 21 Air Route Traffic Control Centers
                                                                      (ARTCCs) 16 hours per day and 7 days per week.
  Core Business Target: NAS On-                                         Activity Target 1:
  Time Arrivals                                                         Based on site evaluations, provide
  Achieve a Traffic Flow Management System (TFMS)                       recommendations for improvements. Due
  availability percentage of greater than 99.4%, excluding              September 30, 2011
  all non TFMS caused events.                                           Activity Target 2:
    Core Business Initiative: Traffic                                   Update/establish performance baseline standards
                                                                        for CWSU operations and with NWS, develop
    Flow Management Operations                                          metrics to track information on performance. Due
    Activities performed to balance air traffic demand with             September 30, 2011
    system capacity to maximize utilization of the airspace.


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          Activity Target 3:                                        2012 (FY11 Target = Achieve the ATO Terminal Services
          Complete annual site evaluations of current CWSU          Productivity target of 7,304 operations per direct
          services. Due September 30, 2011                          employee). This target is consistent with those identified
                                                                    in the Controller Workforce Plan, which was first provided
  Core Business Target: Increase                                    to Congress in December 2004.

  Terminal Capacity to Meet                                              Core Business Initiative: Provide
  Expected Demand                                                        Support to Enable Increases in
  Terminal Services will meet future capacity demands by                 Terminal Services Productivity - AJT
  ensuring the provision of safe and efficient terminal air              -3
  traffic control services throughout the terminal portion of            Provide the planning and systems engineering support
  the National Airspace System (NAS) through targeted                    necessary to enable safe increases in direct employee
  capacity increases to: 1) Achieve an average daily airport             productivity using improved procedures and
  capacity for the 35 OEP airports of 103,068 arrivals and               technology.
  departures per day by FY 2011 and maintain through FY
  2013 (FY 2011 Target: 103,068). 2) Achieve an average
                                                                           Core Activity: Terminal Services
  daily airport capacity for the 7 Metro areas of 39,484                   Planning
  arrivals and departures per day by FY 2009 and maintain                  Provide the planning support functions necessary to
  through FY 2013 (FY 2011 Target: 39,484), and 3)                         support the transition to NextGen and increase
  Achieve a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.0 percent at the                productivity when delivering terminal Air Traffic
  35 OEP airports and maintain through FY 2013 (FY 2011                    Control (ATC) services including systems
  Target: 88.00%).                                                         engineering, facility planning, strategic planning and
                                                                           performance reporting, and workforce planning.
    Core Business Initiative: Provide
                                                                             Activity Target 1:
    Terminal Services Support to
                                                                             Achieve the ATO Terminal Services Productivity
    Enable Increases in Airport Capacity                                     target of 7,304 operations per direct employee.
    Provide the oversight, management and support                            Due September 30, 2011
    necessary to enable safe increases in capacity and                       Activity Target 2:
    efficiency through changes in airspace, improved
                                                                             Achieve 90% of the NextGen Integrated Work Plan
    procedures, and insertion of new technology into the
                                                                             (IWP)/NAS Enterprise Architecture (EA) Decision
    operation.
                                                                             Milestones as planned. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Terminal Services
      Operations - Central Service Area                                  Core Business Initiative: Complete
      Provide the operational oversight and management                   Implementation of Automated
      of terminal air traffic control operations in the Central
      Terminal Service Area to ensure that initiatives to                Traffic Counting (CountOps) at All
      redesign airspace and change procedures are                        Selected Facilities
      increasing the overall capacity and/or efficiency of               Implementation of automated traffic counting will
      the terminal domain.                                               reduce the amount of time associated with managing
                                                                         daily and monthly facility traffic count reporting.
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                         Additionally, the use of automated traffic counting
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the              decreases the administrative burden associated with
          35 OEP Airports of 103,068. Due September 30,                  the annual traffic count validation required for each
          2011                                                           facility.
          Activity Target 2:
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the              Utilizing automated traffic counting will improve the
          Seven Metropolitan Areas of 39,484. Due                        integrity of traffic counts by reducing error rates and
          September 30, 2011                                             ensuring traffic count reporting is consistent across all
          Activity Target 3:                                             databases.
          Achieve a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.00
                                                                           Core Activity: Complete CountOps
          percent at the 35 OEP airports. Due September                    Implementation
          30, 2011                                                         Completing CountOps implementation will reduce
                                                                           the time needed to manage daily and monthly traffic
  Core Business Target: Improve                                            count activities for selected terminal facilities.

  Terminal Services Productivity                                             Activity Target 1:
  Increase terminal direct employee productivity by                          Count Ops system is validated for operational use
  achieving the Terminal Services Productivity target of                     at all selected Terminal Facilities. Due August 31,
  7,538 operations per direct employee by September                          2011
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          Activity Target 2:                                               GPS civil requirements
          Complete implementation of CountOps at all
          selected terminal facilities. Due April 30, 2011                  Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 3:                                                Provide funding to US Air Force GPS Wing to
          Complete implementation of CountOps at all                        implement Civil Signal Monitoring new L1C signal,
          selected terminal facilities. Due April 30, 2011                  program oversight and technical support. Due 120
          Activity Target 4:                                                days upon receipt of funds and validated Air Force
          Complete implementation of CountOps at all                        Requirements. Due September 30, 2011
          selected terminal facilities. Due April 30, 2011               Core Business Initiative: Instrument
          Activity Target 5:
          Complete implementation of CountOps at all
                                                                         Landing System (ILS) Instrument
          selected terminal facilities. Due April 30, 2011               Landing System (ILS) (CIP#:N03.01-
  Core Business Target: Increase                                         00)
                                                                         Instrument Landing System (ILS) Instrument Landing
  capacity to meet expected                                              System (ILS) (CIP#:N03.01-00)
                                                                           Core Activity: Instrument Landing
  demand                                                                   System (ILS) Instrument Landing
  Navigation Technology to Improve Efficiency of
  Operations or Maintenance                                                System (ILS)
                                                                           Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are
    Core Business Initiative:                                              available for the NAS
    Augmentations to GPS Wide Area                                          Activity Target 1:
    Augmentation System (WAAS)                                              Procure five (5) (Establish/Sustain) ILS Systems.
    (CIP#:N12.01-00)                                                        Due June 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
    Augmentations to GPS Wide Area Augmentation
    System (WAAS) (CIP#:N12.01-00)                                          Provide one (1) Full & two (2) Partial ILSs. Due
      Core Activity: Augmentations to GPS                                   September 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 3:
      Wide Area Augmentation System
      (WAAS)                                                                Attain service availability for (Establish/Sustain)
      WAAS Performance                                                      five (5) ILS locations. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         Core Business Initiative: Sustain
          Activity Target 1:                                             Distance Measuring Equipment
          Complete integration of Gap Filler GEO. Due
          March 31, 2011
                                                                         (DME) (CIP#:N09.00-00)
                                                                         Sustain Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                         (CIP#:N09.00-00)
          Maintain leases for three (3) WAAS geostationary                 Core Activity: Sustain Distance
          satellites. Due June 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                           Measuring Equipment (DME)
                                                                           Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are
          Provide funding for second level engineering,                    available for the NAS
          contractor depot logistics, terrestrial
          communications infrastructure lease costs,                        Activity Target 1:
          maintenance labor costs and training expenses.                    Procure twelve (12) (Establish/ Commerical
          Due September 30, 2011                                            Aviation Safety Team (CAST) DME Systems. Due
          Activity Target 4:                                                September 30, 2011
          Provide funding to complete three (3)                             Activity Target 2:
          Supplemental Type Certifications (STCs) approved                  Attain service availability for six (6) (Sustain) DME
          for Commercial Transport Aircraft. Due September                  locations. Due September 30, 2011
          30, 2011
                                                                         Core Business Initiative: Very High
    Core Business Initiative: GPS Civil
                                                                         Freq. Omnidirectional Range
    Requirements (CIP#:N12.03-01)
    GPS Civil Requirements (CIP#:N12.03-01)                              Colocated Tact. Air (VORTAC)
                                                                         (CIP#:N06.00-00)
      Core Activity: Implement DOT/DOD                                   Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Range
      MOA for Civil Unique Requirements                                  Colocated Tactical Air (VORTAC) (CIP#:N06.00-00)

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      Core Activity: Very High Frequency                                    Core Activity: Install Equipment
      Omnidirectional Range Colocated                                       Modifications
      Tactical Air (VORTAC)                                                 Install nationally issued equipment modifications.
      Ensure Ground Based and Lighting Systems are
      available for the NAS                                                   Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Install a minimum of 95% of nationally issued
                                                                              modifications on time. Due September 30, 2011
          Procure five (5) VOR Doppler Electronics. Due
          June 30, 2011                                                     Core Activity: Complete Service
          Activity Target 2:                                                Certifications
          Procure six (6) VOR Doppler Antenna Kits. Due                     Complete service certifications on FAA owned NAS
          June 30, 2011                                                     Equipment
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
          Attain service availability for one (1) (Dopplerize)
                                                                              Complete a minimum of 98% of service
          VOR Facilities. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                              certifications within identified schedules. Due
    Core Business Initiative: Integrated                                      September 30, 2011
    Control and Monitor System (ICMS)                                       Core Activity: Coordinate scheduled
    Integrated Control and Monitor System (ICMS)                            maintenance activities.
                                                                            Coordinate scheduled maintenance activities to
      Core Activity: Integrated Control and                                 sustain NAS reportable facilities adjusted operational
      Monitor System (ICMS)                                                 availability.
      Integrated Control and Monitor System (ICMS)
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
                                                                              Sustain adjusted operational availability of 99.0%
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                              at NAS reportable facilities. Due September 30,
          Provide engineering and second level support for                    2011
          UIC development and integration, warrenty
          support for existing ICMS, and engineering and                  Core Business Initiative: System
          second level support service area installations of              Integrity
          UIC. Due September 30, 2011                                     Complete activities to maintain operational integrity of
                                                                          NAS related equipment, facilities and infrastructure.
  Core Business Target: Sustain                                             Core Activity: Close NASTEP Findings
  adjusted operational availability                                         Close NASTEP issues by due date.
  of 99.0% for NAS reportable
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
  facilities in the Central Service                                           Close 99% of critical issues by the documented
  Area                                                                        due date. Due September 30, 2011
  Manage reportable NAS facilities and accomplish                             Activity Target 2:
  necessary activities to sustain Adjusted Operational                        Close 95% of all other (non-critical) issues by the
  Availability at 99%.                                                        documented due date Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: NAS                                           Core Activity: Continuity of Service
                                                                            Sustain Cat 2 and Cat 3 service IAW ICAO
    Operational Availability at non-OEP                                     Standards
    Facilities
    Complete scheduled activities to ensure optimal                           Activity Target 1:
    system reliability.                                                       Establish and comply with target based on FY2010
      Core Activity: Complete Preventative                                    baseline. Due September 30, 2011
      Maintenance
      Complete preventative maintenance activities.
                                                                     Core Business Target: Facilitate
                                                                     timely enhancements to the NAS
          Activity Target 1:                                         in the Central Service Area
          Complete a minimum of 95% of all scheduled                 Facilitate timely enhancements to the NAS infrastructure
          preventive maintenance on time. Due September              within the Service Area
          30, 2011


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    Core Business Initiative: Manage                                      models in AFM. Due September 30, 2011
    Project Implementation                                                Activity Target 3:
    Manage Project Implementation                                         Complete each ESV request in support of RNAV /
                                                                          RNP requirements within 90 days. Due September
      Core Activity: JAI Program Management                               30, 2011
      JAI Program Management                                              Activity Target 4:
                                                                          Conduct EMC analysis for Military Electronic
          Activity Target 1:                                              Attack, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices,
                                                                          etc. Due September 30, 2011
          Clear 75% of current FY agreed upon non-as built
          JAI Exceptions within 120 days of the District                 Core Activity: Resolve Radio Frequency
          Manager signature date Due September 30, 2011                  Interference (RFI)
          Activity Target 2:                                             Resolve Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
          Clear 70% of current FY as built JAI Exceptions
          within 180 days of the District Manager signature               Activity Target 1:
          date Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Resolve 82% of RFI cases within 9 days. Due
      Core Activity: Project Implementation                               September 30, 2011
      Project Implementation                                              Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Provide 3 - 5 RFI training sessions for FAA
          Activity Target 1:                                              technicians. Due September 30, 2011
          Complete 90% of Non-Reimbursable CWP                            Activity Target 3:
          projects on time as agreed to in the Project Scope              Complete Contract Award and deployment of
          Agreement. Due September 30, 2011                               Haandheld IMDS system. Due September 30,
                                                                          2011
  Core Business Target: Provide
  Spectrum Engineering Services                                   Core Business Target: Increase
  Spectrum Engineering Services obtains, assigns,                 Reliability.
  certifies, and protects radio frequencies for the FAA's         Increase reliability by completing at least 1 site inspection
  communication, navigation, and surveillance programs.           and site adaptation.
    Core Business Initiative: Achieve                                  Core Business Initiative: Enhance
    95% of Activity Targets to provide                                 the NAS.
    Spectrum Services for NAS users.                                   Enhance the NAS by completing needed system
    To secure, manage, and protect the necessary radio                 improvements.
    frequency spectrum resources to support the safe and                 Core Activity: Fine tuning of the NAS
    efficient operations of the National Airspace System.                system through products to increase
      Core Activity: Conduct Spectrum                                    reliability.
      related Strategic planning.                                        Fine tuning of the NAS system through products to
      Conduct Spectrum related Strategic planning.                       increase reliability.
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Complete 1 Site Inspection (SI) and 1 Site
          Udpate the Spectrum Strategic Plan. Due
                                                                          Adaptation within fiscal year. Due September 30,
          September 30, 2011
                                                                          2011
      Core Activity: Manage radio frequency
      spectrum efficiently to satisfy NAS                         Core Business Target: Manage
      requirements.                                               NAS Performance
      Manage radio frequency spectrum efficiently to              Manage 100% of NAS performance by facilitating,
      satisfy NAS requirements.                                   overseeing, reporting and making national decisions
                                                                  pertaining to NAS systems and equipment.
          Activity Target 1:
          Provide 100% of new frequency assignment                     Core Business Initiative: NAS
          requirements by the commissioning date. Due                  Performance - AJW-12
          September 30, 2011                                           Manage NAS performance by reporting on NAS
          Activity Target 2:                                           systems and equipment.
          Implement land mobile, microwave, and radar

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      Core Activity: Facilitate management of                                 Activity Target 1:
      NAS Performance - AJW-12                                                Facilitate, manage and enhance the agency-wide
      Manage and maintain operation of NAS systems &                          Strategic Event Coordination process. Due
      equipment.                                                              September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                Core Activity: Quality Control Reviews
                                                                            Promote a safe and secure NAS by enhancing
          Manage NAS performance by working with 2nd
                                                                            information security systems and identifying safety
          level engineers and Service Areas to provide
                                                                            risk management processes.
          briefings to ATO executives within 24 hours of a
          significant issue. Due September 30, 2011                           Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Daily Operation of                                       Complete 100% quality control review of the
      National Operations Control Center                                      Aircraft Accident Representative (AFAAR)
      (NOCC)                                                                  programs in each OCC. Due September 30, 2011
      Manage and maintain operation of NAS systems &                        Core Activity: Joint Program on Data
      equipment.
                                                                            Sharing
          Activity Target 1:                                                Promote a safe and secure NAS by enhancing
                                                                            information security systems and identifying safety
          Maintain and enhance daily NOCC operations                        risk management processes.
          support of overseeing, reporting, and making
          national decisions pertaining to NAS systems and                    Activity Target 1:
          equipment. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                              Administer a joint program with Department of
      Core Activity: TechNet Web Portal                                       Defense (DOD) and Department of Homeland
      Manage and maintain operation of NAS systems &                          Security (DHS) on GPS data sharing. Due
      equipment.                                                              September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                Core Activity: Maintain Systems
                                                                            Administer technical support to manage and
          Maintain TechNet web portal with daily updates on
                                                                            maintain NAS systems.
          NAS systems and equipment. Due September 30,
          2011                                                                Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Equipment Related                                        Provide effective systems administration to include
      Delays                                                                  maintaining Event Manager (EM) and Remote
      Manage and maintain operation of NAS systems &                          Maintenance Logging System (RMLS.) Due
      equipment.                                                              September 30, 2011

          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Business Initiative: NAS
          By the 5th of the every month, provide, analyze                 Performance - AJW-18
          and report on the ATO Equipment Delay Program.                  Improve NAS performance by enhancing policy
          Due September 30, 2011                                          needed for reporting on NAS systems and equipment.
                                                                            Core Activity: Automated Technical
      Core Activity: Emergency Operations
                                                                            Performance Records (TPR)
      Program                                                               Provide eTPR functionality in RMLS tool.
      Promote a safe and secure NAS by enhancing
      information security systems and identifying safety
      risk management processes.                                              Activity Target 1:
                                                                              Develop and deploy a prototype TPR in RMLS for
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Beta testing. Due September 30, 2011
          Administer at least one (1) Tech Ops wide
          emergency operations program pertaining to                        Core Activity: National Oversight to the
          policy, training, incident response, continuity of                NASTEP Program
          operations, contingency planning and other                        Provide national oversight to the NASTEP Program
          requirements. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Strategic Event                                          Activity Target 1:
      Coordination                                                            Ensure the national NASTEP PM participates on at
      Administer technical support to manage and                              least two (2) Technical Field Evaluations during
      maintain NAS systems.                                                   FY11. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                              Activity Target 2:
                                                                              Ensure 25% of all Tech Ops facilities are
                                                                              evaluated, and of these, a minimum of 50% must
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          be visited annually. Due September 30, 2011                        Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Facilitate post accident response 100% of the time
      Core Activity: NAS Database and NAS                                    for accidents involving Tech Ops equipment. Due
      Metrics Accuracy                                                       September 30, 2011
      Support, populate and/or report on NAS databases
      and NAS metrics.                                                     Core Activity: Technical Assistance
                                                                           through Field Support - AJW-14
          Activity Target 1:                                               Complete requests for technical assistance through
          Enhance and develop tools that improve reporting                 field support.
          accuracy of NAS performance Due September 30,
          2011                                                               Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Complete 6500 request for assistance within the
      Core Activity: Improved NAS                                            fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
      Performance Reporting Policies
      Develop and/or improve NAS performance policy                        Core Activity: Technical Assistance
      compliance.                                                          through Field Support - AJW-17
                                                                           Complete request for technical assistance through
          Activity Target 1:                                               field support.
          Complete one (1) or more audits to verify logging
          practices are compliant with policy Due September                  Activity Target 1:
          30, 2011                                                           Complete 5000 request of assistance within fiscal
                                                                             year. Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: NAS
                                                                           Core Activity: Technical Assistance
    Performance - AJW-13                                                   through Field Support - AJW-19
    Manage NAS performance by reporting on NAS                             Provide technical assistance through field support.
    systems and equipment.
      Core Activity: Simulation Tools
      Refine simulation tool and provide training for                        Activity Target 1:
      obstruction evaluation.                                                Complete 120 request of assistance within fiscal
                                                                             year. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Core Activity: Technical Assistance
          Refine simulation tools for obstruction evaluation
          and provide training. Due September 30, 2011                     through Field Support - AJW-16
                                                                           Provide technical assistance through field support.
    Core Business Initiative: NAS
    Performance - AJW-16                                                     Activity Target 1:
    Manage NAS performance by reporting on NAS                               Provide technical guidance to Service Areas to
    systems and equipment.                                                   ensure compliance and improve maintenance
      Core Activity: Non-Federal Tool                                        reliability and efficiency. Due September 30, 2011
      Update non-federal tool.
                                                                    Core Business Target: Support
          Activity Target 1:                                        National Aviation Security Needs
          Update Non-Federal Tool Phase II. Due                     Keep the NAS secure by authorizing 100% of ATO
          September 30, 2011                                        systems.

  Core Business Target: Technical                                        Core Business Initiative: Security
  Assistance                                                             Certifications on NAS Systems
  Through the deployment of field support, complete 100%                 Ensure all ATO systems requiring a C&A are complete
  request for assistance within fiscal year.                             by certification date.
                                                                           Core Activity: Secure the NAS
    Core Business Initiative: Technical                                    Ensure a safe and secure NAS by completing all
    Support and Assistance                                                 ATO certifications.
    As requests are made, provide assistance by                              Activity Target 1:
    deploying field support.
                                                                             Complete 100% SCAPs for TECHNET. Due
      Core Activity: Technical Assistance                                    September 30, 2011
      through Field Support - AJW-12
      Administer technical support to manage and                           Core Activity: System Certifications and
      maintain NAS systems.                                                Annual Assessments
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      Promote a safe and secure NAS by enhancing                      Core Business Initiative: Provide
      information security systems and identifying safety
      risk management processes.                                      power systems engineering,
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                      implementation, and operations
          Authorize 100% of scheduled ATO system
                                                                      expertise in support of major
          certifications. Due September 30, 2011                      systems acquisitions and mods
          Activity Target 2:                                          AJW-22 provides numerous program management
          Complete 100% of scheduled ATO system annual                activities in support of the procurement, installation,
          assessments. Due September 30, 2011                         and operation of power systems in the NAS.
                                                                        Core Activity: Sustain power systems
      Core Activity: NAS Enterprise Solutions                           Sustain power systems
      Promote a safe and secure NAS by enhancing
      information security systems and identifying safety
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
      risk management processes.
                                                                          Complete 70 engine repair/replacement projects in
          Activity Target 1:                                              the corporate work plan Due September 30, 2011
          Develop and test 2 NAS Enterprise Solutions for                 Activity Target 2:
          ISS security. Due September 30, 2011                            Complete 3 UPS REPLACE + POWER
                                                                          DISTRIBUTE repair/replacement projects in the
  Core Business Target: Manage                                            corporate work plan Due September 30, 2011
  NAS Maintenance Contracts                                               Activity Target 3:
  Manage maintenance contracts within 95% of their                        Complete 24 lightning protect ground bonding
  requirements including enhancements within the fiscal                   repair/replacement projects in the corporate work
  year.                                                                   plan Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 4:
    Core Business Initiative: Manage
                                                                          Complete 25 DC Bus system repair/replacement
    Contracts                                                             projects in the corporate work plan Due September
    Ensure contract tasks are completed.                                  30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 5:
      Core Activity: Facilitate management of                             Complete 70 Battery Replacement - GNAS &
      NAS performance.                                                    ACEPS projects in the corporate work plan Due
      Manage and maintain operation of NAS contracts.                     September 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 6:
          Activity Target 1:                                              Perform 2 power cable replacement projects in the
          Manage maintenance contracts to within 95% of                   corporate work plan Due September 30, 2011
          their requirements for Automated Surface                        Activity Target 7:
          Observing System (ASOS), Integrated                             Replace/upgrade 87 ARTCC power systems Due
          Communication Switching System ( ICSS),                         September 30, 2011
          Remote Monitoring Maintenance System (RMMS),                    Activity Target 8:
          Recovery Communication( RCOM), Office of
                                                                          Replace/upgrade 3 CPDS system Due September
          Secretary of Transportation (OST), & Automated
                                                                          30, 2011
          Lighting Detection and Reporting System
                                                                          Activity Target 9:
          (ALDARS). Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Continue to support the NAS on operations
  Core Business Target: Continue                                          restorations. Continuous on-call on-site capability.
                                                                          Successfully respond to over 1,500 2nd level
  to support the NAS on                                                   support calls. Due September 30, 2011
  operations restorations.                                       Core Business Target: Address
  Continuous on-call on-site                                     Environmental and Safety
  capability. Successfully                                       hazards in the NAS.
  respond to over 1,500 2nd level                                Work with product teams to incorporate EOSH
                                                                 requirements into at least 5 new emerging systems.
  support calls.                                                 Initiate five (5) new ATO EOSH directives and address
  Sustain NAS power systems to allow for continuous              100% of mold remediation projects identified through the
  operations.                                                    Agency identification process in 2011.


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    Core Business Initiative: Address                                     Activity Target 1:
    Environmental and Safety hazards                                      Address 100% of mold remediation projects
                                                                          identified through the Agency identification process
    in the NAS.                                                           in 2011. Due September 30, 2011
    AJW-23 is responsible for the safety of workers in ATO
    as well as environmental compliance.                                Core Activity: Continue to identify and
      Core Activity: Ensure worker health and                           remediate contaminated sites
      Safety in ATO                                                     throughout the Agency.
      Ensure worker health and Safety in ATO                            Continue to identify and remediate contaminated
                                                                        sites throughout the Agency.
          Activity Target 1:                                              Activity Target 1:
          Work with product teams to incorporate EOSH                     Remove 5% of the of the total sites listed in the
          requirements into at least 5 new emerging systems               2010 Environmental Site Cleanup Report (ESCR)
          . Due July 31, 2011                                             Due September 30, 2011

          Activity Target 2:                                     Core Business Target: Provide
          ATO-W will conduct three (3) EOSH program
          management evaluations in accordance with
                                                                 lifecycle management of the of
          OSHA requirements in each Service Area Due             the functional and physical
          July 27, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                 integrity of NAS unstaffed
          Work with bargaining units (e.g. PASS) to conduct      facilities.
          JHAs at 5% of facilities, based upon FY10 remote       Accomplish 250 unstaffed infrastructure sustainment
          facility JHA baseline. Due September 30, 2011          projects. Deconstruct 300 NAS facilities, perform
          Activity Target 4:                                     Environmental, Site restoration and closeout, and release
                                                                 to ARC. Produce trials of new technologies and develop
          Initiate five (5) new ATO EOSH directives Due
                                                                 business cases for 5 applications. Deploy 10,000 energy
          September 30, 2011
                                                                 efficient light sources. Replace old air conditioning units
          Activity Target 5:
                                                                 with modern high seer units. Deliver SSDI equipment and
          Establish Terminal Requirements Integration            non-SSDI work (fencing, etc.) at 29 SL2 and SL1
          Program (TRIP) to incorporate EOSH                     facilities.
          requirements into all newly initiated ATCTs and
          TRACONs Due September 30, 2011                              Core Business Initiative: Provide
          Activity Target 6:                                          lifecycle management of the of the
          Continue upgrades at ATCTs begun in FY10.
          Begin 20 upgrades at other ATCTs. Certify 20
                                                                      functional and physical integrity of
          ATCTs. Will issue semi-annual updates March 31              NAS unstaffed facilities.
          and September 30, 2011 Due September 30, 2011               AJW-24 is responsible for ensuring that unstaffed
          Activity Target 7:                                          infrastructure in the NAS is sustained in the
                                                                      operational environment of the NAS. Additionally, it is
          Ensure 100% of all ATO workplaces, listed in the
                                                                      AJW-24's role to examine the potential for
          Workplace Place Inspection Tools and as required
                                                                      improvements as well as decommission any facilities
          by FAA Policy and Federal Regulation, are
                                                                      that are no longer necessary.AJW-24 is responsible
          inspected Due September 30, 2011
                                                                      for providing physical security at NAS facilities. This
      Core Activity: Refine and establish                             includes construction of security related structures and
      baselines for all programs.                                     upgrades to already standing structures.
      Refine and establish baselines for all programs.                  Core Activity: Sustain Unstaffed
                                                                        Infrastructure in the NAS
          Activity Target 1:                                            Sustain Unstaffed Infrastructure in the NAS
          Improve EOSH program dashboard performance
          by 5% against FY10 baselines. Due September                     Activity Target 1:
          30, 2011                                                        Accomplish 250 unstaffed infrastructure
      Core Activity: Complete mold                                        sustainment projects. Prioritize these projects top
                                                                          down by impact Due September 30, 2011
      remediation projects.                                               Activity Target 2:
      Complete mold remediation projects.
                                                                          Perform seismic evaluation of 25 Major FAA
                                                                          facilities and produce Geotechnical Investigation
                                                                          reports Due September 30, 2011
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          Activity Target 3:                                             Activity Target 1:
          Conduct 30 accessibility surveys of major FAA                  Perform corrective maintenance of installed
          facilities and four (4)Architectural Barriers Act              security systems at all FAA staffed facilities as
          Accessibility Standard training sessions Due                   needed. Due September 30, 2011
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                       Core Activity: Consolidated Security
                                                                       Guard Services
          Consolidate 50 facilities and pass redundant                 Consolidated Security Guard Services
          facilities to Disposition program Due September
          30, 2011
          Activity Target 5:                                             Activity Target 1:
          Fund Bermuda International Airport maintenance                 Begin/continue guard services at 46 FAA staffed
          costs Due September 30, 2011                                   facilities Due September 30, 2011

      Core Activity: Implement an energy                               Core Activity: X-Ray Machines
                                                                       X-Ray Machines
      conservation program
      Implement an energy conservation program
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                             Deliver X-Ray machines, maintenance, and
                                                                         training to up to 50 locations Due September 30,
          Produce trials of new technologies and develop
                                                                         2011
          business cases for 5 applications. Due September
          30, 2011                                                     Core Activity: Facility Security
          Activity Target 2:                                           Coordinator Training
          Deploy 10,000 energy efficient light sources. Due            Facility Security Coordinator Training
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                             Activity Target 1:
          Replace old air conditioning units with modern high            Complete development of and deliver technical
          seer units (100 units) Due September 30, 2011                  training to security coordinators at large and small
      Core Activity: Decommissioning:                                    facilities. Due September 30, 2011
      eliminate redundant unstaffed NAS                                Core Activity: AFSS
      facilities                                                       AFSS
      Decommissioning: eliminate redundant unstaffed
      NAS facilities                                                     Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                             Complete decommissioning at 5 sites Due
                                                                         September 30, 2011
          Deconstruct 300 NAS facilities, perform
          Environmental, Site restoration and closeout, and            Core Activity: Complete Security
          release to ARC Due September 30, 2011                        Upgrades in Support of Accreditation
      Core Activity: Deliver System Security                           Complete Security Upgrades in Support of
                                                                       Accreditation
      Design and Integration (SSDI) Services
      and other Security Products                                        Activity Target 1:
      Deliver System Security Design and Integration                     Complete security upgrades at 15 facilities in
      (SSDI) Services and other Security Products                        support of accreditation by September 30, 2011.
                                                                         Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
          Deliver SSDI equipment installation at Northern         Core Business Target:
          Cal TRACON, MMAC, and Tech Center . Due
          September 30, 2011                                      Implement and integrate
          Activity Target 2:                                      facilities, systems, and
          Complete 18 Site Acceptance Tests by September
          30, 2011. Due September 30, 2011                        equipment into the operational
      Core Activity: Corrective Maintenance                       environment of the NAS.
                                                                  Provide linkage between ATCF and NextGen Facilities
      Contract (CMC)                                              for budget formulation, budget execution and facility
      Corrective Maintenance Contract (CMC)
                                                                  engineering as part of the larger NextGen deployment.
                                                                  Ensure that all programs have developed pre-
                                                                  deployment check lists and have completed all
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  documentation prior to Solution Implementation phase of          percent.
  the program.

    Core Business Initiative: Implement                                 Core Business Initiative: Conduct
    and integrate facilities, systems,                                  Technical Development Activities in
    and equipment into the operational                                  Support of NextGen
    environment of the NAS.                                             Conduct planning activities in support of NextGen,
    AJW-29 provides engineering support services to                     including proof of concepts, demonstrations, flight
    other organizations within the FAA. Through                         trials and development of transition planning
    accomplishing this task, they better incorporate                    documents.
    procedures and design elements into NAS facilities                    Core Activity: Collaborative Pre-
    and systems.                                                          Departure Oceanic Trajectory
      Core Activity: Involve NES all ATO                                  Management 4D (OTM4D)
      programs in the planning and R&D                                    Conduct technical development activities for
                                                                          Collaborative Pre-Departure Oceanic Trajectory
      phases of AMS.
                                                                          Management 4D (OTM4D). The FAA is developing a
      Involve NES all ATO programs in the planning and
                                                                          concept to improve the probability that an aircraft
      R&D phases of AMS.
                                                                          oceanic entry altitude and En Route preferred profile
          Activity Target 1:                                              will be available by suggesting minor adjustments to
          Ensure that all programs have developed pre-                    track altitude and time requests for oceanic entry.
          deployment check lists and have completed all                     Activity Target 1:
          documentation prior to Solution Implementation
          phase of the program Due September 30, 2011                       Based on assessment begun in 2009, provide
                                                                            operational support for operational trials in Atlantic
      Core Activity: Safe and efficient                                     and/or Caribbean airspace. Due September 30,
      Implementation of facilities and                                      2011
      systems.                                                              Activity Target 2:
      Safe and efficient Implementation of facilities and                   Assess progress towards achieving year-end
      systems.                                                              performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Activity: Oceanic Trajectory
          Provide linkage between ATCF and NextGen                        Management 4D (OTM4D) In-Flight
          Facilities for budget formulation, budget execution             Evaluator
          and facility engineering as part of the larger                  Conduct technical development for Oceanic
          NextGen deployment Due September 30, 2011                       Trajectory Management 4D (OTM4-D) In-Flight
          Activity Target 2:                                              Evaluator. The FAA is developing a program to
          Provide linkage between ATCF and ATC                            optimize aircraft profiles against known traffic for
          Communications for budget formulation and                       airborne flights.
          budget execution of the DataComm Program as                       Activity Target 1:
          part of the larger NextGen deployment Due
          September 30, 2011                                                Finalize the technology software and hardware
          Activity Target 3:                                                requirements for prototype development. Due
                                                                            September 30, 2011
          Provide linkage between ATCF and Navigation                       Activity Target 2:
          Services for budget formulation and budget
          execution of the ATCF Decommissioning Program                     Assess progress towards achieving year-end
          as part of the larger decommissioning effort                      performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
          associated with NAV Systems: VOR, VASI, NDB,                    Core Activity: Develop En Route and
          DF, and MM Due September 30, 2011                               Oceanic Services Operational
  Core Business Target: Support                                           Transition Plan (OTP)
                                                                          The OTP will provide a roadmap for how the Next
  the Next Generation Air                                                 Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen)
                                                                          capabilities will be integrated into day to day AJE
  Transportation System                                                   operations. The plan will allow En Route and
  (NextGen)                                                               Oceanic Services service delivery point (SDP)
  Provide for a future air transportation system by                       personnel to understand and successfully execute
  achieving the percentage of Air Traffic Organization, En                the implementation of NextGen. The OTP will
  Route and Oceanic Services research milestones                          provide a step by step process through which we will
  planned in support of NextGen. FY 2011 target: 90                       lead AJE into the Next Generation Air Transportation
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      System.                                                         Core Business Initiative: NextGen
                                                                      Weather Observation Improvements
          Activity Target 1:
          Produce initial version of OTP that emphasizes the
                                                                      (G4W.02-01)
                                                                      Conduct coordination with service units and external
          reduced weather impact solution set. Due
                                                                      agencies to ensure weather information development
          December 31, 2010
                                                                      efforts are consistent with the NextGen Concept of
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                      Operations.
          Complete final version of OTP that emphasizes the             Core Activity: NextGen Weather
          reduced weather impact solution set. Due July 31,
                                                                        Observation Improvements
          2011                                                          NextGen Weather Observation Improvements
          Activity Target 3:                                            provides for an optimized aviation weather sensor
          Produce initial comprehensive framework for the               network by determining the right mix among ground-
          OTP. Due December 31, 2010                                    based, airborne, and satellite sensing networks to
          Activity Target 4:                                            provide weather data of the required space and time
          Complete final comprehensive framework for the                resolution.
          OTP. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Develop En Route and                                 Document NextGen concept for a terminal area
      Oceanic Services Risk Analysis of the                               consolidated ground sensor network for new
      Operational Transition Plan (OTP) at a                              technologies that integrates legacy sensor
      Service Delivery Point (SDP)                                        capabilities (e.g. RVR, ASOS, DASI, LLWAS, etc.)
      Conduct impact analysis of schedule changes on the                  Due August 31, 2011
      Operational Transition Plan for NextGen Mid-Term.                   Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Prototype Development Plan for NextGen
          Activity Target 1:                                              Surveillance/Weather Radar Capability Due
          Complete prototype risk analysis of activity                    August 31, 2011
          schedules at Houston Air Route Traffic Control
          Center (ARTCC). Due December 31, 2010                       Core Business Initiative: Weather
          Activity Target 2:                                          Dissemination in a NetCentric
          At a minimum, conduct prototype risk analysis of            Environment (NextGen Network
          activity schedules at an SDP in the Eastern
          Service Area and another in the Western Service             Enabled Weather (NNEW) (G4W.01-
          Area. Due September 30, 2011                                01)
                                                                      Demonstrate the interoperability of weather
      Core Activity: Define Impact to                                 information from multiple US Government agencies
      Operational Tasks Resulting from the                            through the use of an electronic catalog of aviation
      Capabilities of Transition to NextGen                           weather data.
      Mid-Term                                                          Core Activity: Weather Dissemination in
      Define impact to operational tasks resulting from the             a NetCentric Environment
      capabilities of transition to NextGen Mid-Term.                   Demonstrate the interoperability of weather
                                                                        information from multiple US Government agencies
          Activity Target 1:                                            through the use of an electronic catalog of aviation
          Increase awareness impact by examining three (3)              weather data.
          operational tasks through the development of
          transition products. Due September 30, 2011                     Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:                                              Develop a Service Adapter for a candidate
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                      publisher/subscriber systems. Due September 9,
          performance goal. Due March 31, 2011                            2011
                                                                          Activity Target 2:
  Core Business Target: NextGen                                           Demonstrate end to end weather data
  Reduce Weather Impact                                                   dissemination capability using the initial
                                                                          architectural elements (e.g. distribution servers,
  Conduct coordination with service units and external
  agencies to ensure weather information development                      origin servers, and registry/repositories etc) Due
  efforts are consistent with the NextGen Concept of                      September 12, 2011
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                                                                        The Colorado Phase II surveillance services will
  Core Business Target: NextGen                                         support the Denver Air Route Traffic Control Center's
  Tech Demonstration &                                                  (ZDV) ability to provide en route air traffic separation
                                                                        services to the following Colorado airports: Durango;
  Infrastructure Dev (Demo)                                             Gunnison; Montrose; Telluride.
  Serve as the Agency's NextGen Demonstrations focal                      Core Activity: Colorado Wide Area
  point. Ensure 90 percent of each demonstration plan's
  comments and recommendations received by July 31,
                                                                          Multilateration (WAM) Phase 2
                                                                          Develop and implement a "first article" air traffic
  2011 from service units and external agencies are
                                                                          service that will integrate WAM, the dual data link
  responded to and or resolved within 60 days of receipt to
                                                                          ADS-B (Mode S 1090 ES and Universal Access
  ensure each NextGen Demonstration is consistent with
                                                                          Transceiver [UAT]) surveillance technology, and
  the NextGen Concept of Operations.
                                                                          ADS-R with En Route Automation Modernization
    Core Business Initiative:                                             (ERAM).
    Demonstration and Infrastructure                                        Activity Target 1:
    Development-Future Planning                                             Monitor and report monthly on established
    (G8M.01-01)                                                             milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
    Conduct research activities and demonstrations to test
    emerging technologies in order to meet NextGen                          Approval of the ITT Design covering Critical and
    Concept of Operations goals and objectives.                             Multilateration Services for Colorado Phase 2
      Core Activity: RNAV/RNP Terminal Area                                 Service Volumes Due July 31, 2011
      Demonstration                                                     Core Business Initiative: Conduct
      Initiate RNAV/RNP terminal area demonstration at
      small/med airport.                                                field demonstrations and analysis
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        of the Staffed Nexten Tower
          Develop CONOPS for small/medium airports. Due
                                                                        concept. (G3M.04-01)
                                                                        Develop final report documetning findings of initial
          July 30, 2011
                                                                        demonstrations at Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) airport
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                        and continue demonstrations to evaluate additional
          Publish a demonstration plan. Due September 30,               SNT capabilities and develop initial program
          2011                                                          requirements.
      Core Activity: Future Planning                                      Core Activity: Conduct field
      Research and analyze emerging technology to                         demonstrations and analysis of the
      further advance NextGen concepts.                                   Staffed Nexten Tower (SNT) concept.
                                                                          Develop final report documenting findings of initial
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          demonstrations at Dallas - Forth Worth (DFW)
          Develop initial Project Plan Due April 30, 2011                 airport and continue demonstrations to evaluate
          Activity Target 2:                                              additional SNT capabilities and develop initial
                                                                          program requirements.
          Conduct testing and simulation of one new
          concept Due September 30, 2011                                    Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Unmanned Aircraft                                      Complete a final report analyzing the results of the
      Systems                                                               initial SNT demonstration. Due March 28, 2011
      Initiate UAS demonstration that will explore NextGen                  Activity Target 2:
      4D Trajectory Concepts.                                               Initiate second field demonstration at DFW to test
                                                                            additional SNT capabilities. Due June 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 3:
          Develop Interim Plan for Demo 4. Due April 30,                    Develop initial program requirements. Due
          2011                                                              September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
          Initiate UAS demonstration with ADS-B, 4DT FMS,               Core Business Initiative: Traffic
          and Voice Over Internet Protocol. Due September               Alert Collision Avoidance System
          30, 2011
                                                                        (TCAS) (A28.01-01)
    Core Business Initiative: Colorado                                  Transition the TCAS Resolution Advisory Monitoring
                                                                        System (TRAMS) to Service Unit
    Wide Area Multilateration (WAM)
    Phase 2 (CIP#:G08M.03-01)
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      Core Activity: Traffic Alert Collision                                 Core Activity: Publish Document
      Avoidance System (TCAS)                                                Improvements - AJW-15
      Transition the TCAS Resolution Advisory Monitoring                     Publish document improvements to include ISS
      Systems (TRAMS) to Service Unit                                        policies, handbooks and directives.
          Activity Target 1:                                                   Activity Target 1:
          Complete draft transition. Due April 30, 2011                        Distribute 90% of scheduled ISS implementation
                                                                               and guidance documents within the fiscal year.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                               Due September 30, 2011
          Initiate transition of TRAMS to service unit Due
          September 30, 2011                                                 Core Activity: Publish Document
                                                                             Improvements - AJW-16
  Core Business Target: Improve                                              Publish document improvement to include policies,
                                                                             handbooks and directives.
  NAS Related Documents
  Publish, distribute, maintain, and improve at least 90%                      Activity Target 1:
  of orders, directives, handbooks and notices that effect
                                                                               Develop & implement CHG 1 for 6010.7 JAI Due
  the NAS within the fiscal year.
                                                                               September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: Publish                                          Activity Target 2:
    Document Improvements                                                      Update the Non-Fed Order. Due September 30,
    Publish and distribute scheduled document                                  2011
    improvements.
                                                                      Core Business Target: Secure
      Core Activity: Publish Document
      Improvements - AJW-13                                           the NAS
      Publish document improvements to include policies,              Develop at least one method that identifies, reduces or
      handbooks and directives.                                       mitigates operational and human risk factors in the NAS.

          Activity Target 1:                                               Core Business Initiative: Human
          Provide maintenance and operations input for new                 Factor Research
          systems including Integrated Logistics Support                   Continue to conduct human factors research for Tech
          Plan (ILSP) documents. Due September 30, 2011                    Ops activities.
      Core Activity: Publish Document                                        Core Activity: Secure the NAS
                                                                             Promote a safe and secure NAS by enhancing
      Improvements - AJW-17                                                  information security systems and identifying safety
      Pubish document improvement to include policies,
                                                                             risk management processes.
      handbooks and directives.
                                                                               Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                               Create one (1) document addressing the migration
          Complete 35 document improvements within fiscal
                                                                               of Control Centers into NextGen environment and
          year. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                               update HSI Road may for CY12. Due September
      Core Activity: Publish Document                                          30, 2011
      Improvements - AJW-14
      Pubish document improvement to include policies,                Core Business Target: Create a
      handbooks and directives.                                       Disaster Support Infrastructure
          Activity Target 1:                                          Provide and test at least one support plan in the case of
                                                                      an emergency.
          Complete 40 document improvements within fiscal
          year. Due September 30, 2011                                     Core Business Initiative: Disaster
      Core Activity: Publish Document                                      Support
      Improvements - AJW-19                                                Provide support assistance to NAS systems in case of
      Pubish document improvement to include policies,                     emergency or disaster.
      handbooks and directives.                                              Core Activity: National Disaster and
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Emergency Response - AJW-13
                                                                             Ensure readiness for national disasters and
          Complete 3 Case files/National Change Proposal                     emergency response
          (NCP), 1 Handbook Change (HBC) and 2 Notices
          (NOT) within fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011                     Activity Target 1:
                                                                               Complete annual BCP activation test. Due June
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          30, 2011                                                      Core Business Initiative: Complete
      Core Activity: National Disaster and                              Restorations
      Emergency Response - AJW-16                                       Complete restorations as requests come in. A
      Ensure readiness for national disasters and                       restoration may be facilitated via telephone assistance.
      emergency response                                                  Core Activity: Provide technical
                                                                          assistance for restoration - AJW-14
          Activity Target 1:                                              Provide technical assistance for restoration.
          Create and provide hurricane/disaster support
          infrastructure through logistics. Due June 30, 2011               Activity Target 1:
  Core Business Target: Complete                                            Complete 200 restoration/on-site support request
                                                                            within the fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
  System Improvements                                                     Core Activity: Provide technical
  Enhance the NAS by completing 95% of system
  improvements.                                                           assistance for restoration - AJW-17
                                                                          Provide technical assistance for restoration.
    Core Business Initiative: Enhance
    the NAS                                                                 Activity Target 1:
    Enhance the NAS by completing needed system                             Complete 300 restoration/on-site support requests
    improvements.                                                           within the fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Systems Engineering                                  Core Activity: Provide technical
      Analysis - AJW-14                                                   assistance for restoration - AJW-19
      Through systems engineering analysis, fix and                       Provide technical assistance for restoration.
      enhance NAS and non-NAS hardware, software and
      documentation.
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Complete 6 restorations within fiscal year. Due
          Complete 160 systems improvements within fiscal                   September 30, 2011
          year. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Core Activity: Provide technical
      Core Activity: Systems Engineering                                  assistance for restoration - AJW-15
      Analysis - AJW-17                                                   Provide technical assistance for restoration.
      Through systems engineering analysis, fix and
      enhance NAS and non-NAS hardware, software and                        Activity Target 1:
      documentation
                                                                            Provide SIG support for ISS issues within the fiscal
          Activity Target 1:                                                year. Restorations may not require on-site
          Complete 125 system improvements within fiscal                    assistasnce. Due September 30, 2011
          year. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                   Core Business Target: Trending
      Core Activity: Systems Engineering
      Analysis - AJW-19
                                                                   Data
                                                                   Develop and implement at least one process for data
      Through systems engineering analysis, fix and
                                                                   analysis.
      enhance NAS and non-NAS hardware, software and
      documentation.                                                    Core Business Initiative: NAS
          Activity Target 1:                                            Processes and Applications
          Complete 2 System Doc Release (SDR); 2 System                 Identify and provide processes and applications to
          Spt Modules (SSM); 4 Engineering Studies (ES)                 enhance the NAS.
          and 3 Software Builds (SWB) within fiscal year.                 Core Activity: Reliable Trending Data
          Due September 30, 2011                                          Through systems engineering analysis, fix and
                                                                          enhance NAS and non-NAS hardware, software and
  Core Business Target: Provide                                           documentation.
  Restoration Support as Needed                                             Activity Target 1:
  Provide 100% technical assistance for restorations.
                                                                            Develop a data analysis process for MPA. Due
                                                                            September 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
                                                                            Draft RCM Logic Tree for Technical Operations.

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          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                       Core Business Initiative: Develop
          Activity Target 3:                                           data Communications in support of
          Develop process for analyzing data for RCM. Due
          September 30, 2011
                                                                       the Next Generation Air Traffic
                                                                       System.
  Core Business Target: SMS                                            Acquire and deploy NextGen systems to meet future
                                                                       needs.
  Risks and Mitigation                                                   Core Activity: Develop Data
  Develop at least one group process to track SMS risk
  and mitigation.                                                        Communications
                                                                         Acquire data communication system (JPDO)
    Core Business Initiative: SMS Risks
    and Mitigation                                                         Activity Target 1:
    Identify process that will track and manage SMS risks                  Release the final SIR to Industry for the Data
    and mitigation.                                                        Communications Integration and Engineering
      Core Activity: Safe and Secure NAS                                   Contract. (IPF# 11C1II4) Due June 30, 2011
      Ensure a safe and secure NAS.                                        Activity Target 2:
                                                                           Submit required documentation for Final
          Activity Target 1:                                               Investment Decision for Segment 1a - Data Comm
          Develop at least one group process to track and                  Integration and Engineering Services. Due
          manage SMS-identified risks and mitigation. Due                  September 30, 2011
          September 30, 2011                                           Core Business Initiative: Operate
  Core Business Target: Mange                                          and maintain FAA
  System Acquisitions                                                  Telecommunications Infrastructure
  At least twice per quarter, host meetings supporting new             (FTI)
  system acquisitions                                                  Provide communications infrastructure and services
                                                                       for air traffic control within NAS and the Department of
    Core Business Initiative: Manage                                   Defense (DOD) .
    Systems                                                              Core Activity: FAA Telecommunications
    Manage new and legacy systems.                                       Infrastructure - FTI deployment
                                                                         Complete FTI deployment of sites and services.
      Core Activity: Technical support for
      new system acquisition and technical                                 Activity Target 1:
      refresh efforts.                                                     Continue to provide the telecommunications
      Technical support for new system acquisition and                     services required by NAS Operational and Mission
      technical refresh efforts.                                           Support systems. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Continue to provide integration and cut-over
          Hold 2 meetings per quarter with program office.                 support to implementation of new emerging
          Due September 30, 2011                                           services. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: RMLS - Next Gen (Phase                                Activity Target 3:
      3)                                                                   Complete the implementation of one FAVES core
      Manage enhancements for RMLS Phase e                                 site for administrative voice services. Due
                                                                           September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                             Core Activity: Telecommunications
          Manage RMLS-NextGen (Phase 3) enhancements                     Services Group (TSG) - Engineering and
          and integration. Due September 30, 2011                        Customer Service
                                                                         Provide high quality, cost effective solutions to
  Core Business Target: Capacity:                                        customer requirements including international and
  Sustain Operational Availability                                       security initiatives.
  of all facilities at 99.0%: Provide                                      Activity Target 1:
  ATC Communications Services.                                             Complete delivery and acceptance of all new FTI
  Achieve 90% of the planned activity target dates set for                 services at Potomac Consolidated TRACON (PCT)
  ATC Comm. Activities.                                                    to support the relocation of the ATCSCC from
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          Herndon, Virginia. Due September 30, 2011                      Core Activity: Voice Recorder
          Activity Target 2:                                             Replacement Program
                                                                         Deliver units.
          Develop Telecommunications Program Plans
          (TPPs) and place telecommunications service
          orders for 2 NAS projects. Due September 30,                     Activity Target 1:
          2011                                                             Procure, deliver and install 60 voice recorders,
      Core Activity: Telecommunications                                    bringing the cumulative total to 60 of 120. Due
                                                                           March 31, 2011
      Services Group (TSG) -Business and
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
      Financial Management
      Perform policy, financial, resource, and process,                    Procure, deliver and install additional 60 voice
      management.                                                          recorders, bringing the cumulative total to 120 of
                                                                           120. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                       Core Business Initiative: Develop
          Complete the integration of Invoice and Financial
          Management System (IFMS) as the fully integrated             NAS Voice Switch (NVS).
          system with operational and agency services. Due             Develop NVS in support of the Next generation Air
          September 30, 2011. Due September 30, 2011                   Transportation System.
                                                                         Core Activity: NAS Voice Switch
      Core Activity: FAA Telecommunications                              NAS Voice Switch Development
      Infrastructure - Network Operations
      Provide operational and mission support to National
      Airspace System (NAS) networks.                                      Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Release draft SIR to industry for comment. Due
          Activity Target 1:                                               March 31, 2011
          Reduce network outages from FY10 levels. Due                     Activity Target 2:
          September 30, 2011                                               Complete Analysis and Documentation to Support
          Activity Target 2:                                               Final SIR release. (IPF# 11C1II5) Due July 31,
          Prior to the start of the 2011 Hurricane season,                 2011
          acquire 2 C-band Fly-away portable satellite
          systems that can be deployed in the Caribbean on             Core Business Initiative: Deploy
          an emergency basis to support contingency                    Terminal Voice Switch Replacement
          operations. Due May 31, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                       (TVSR) III.
                                                                       Deploy replacement terminal voice switching systems.
          Complete the implementation of 6 new SONET
          rings as part of the FTI Network Optimization                  Core Activity: Terminal Voice Switch
          Project. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         Replacement (TVSR) III
      Core Activity: FAA Telecommunications                              Deploy TVSR
      Infrastructure - Product Support
      Conduct 2nd level engineering and testing.                           Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Deliver 5 Terminal Voice Switch systems to ATC
          Activity Target 1:                                               Facilities. Due June 30, 2011
          Establish enhanced IP monitoring infrastructure                  Activity Target 2:
          and support. Due September 30, 2011                              Deliver 5 Terminal Voice Switch systems to ATC
          Activity Target 2:                                               Facilities. Due September 30, 2011
          Develop a consolidated NAS NEMC System                       Core Business Initiative: Implement
          Platform and/or Graphical User Tools. Due
          September 30, 2011                                           Voice Switching and Control System
          Activity Target 3:                                           (VSCS).
          Complete Technical Refresh for the sustainment of            Technical refresh hardware and software
          WMSCR/NMR/ADAS. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         Core Activity: Voice Switching and
    Core Business Initiative: Deploy                                     Control System (VSCS)
    Voice Recorder Replacement                                           Design, develop, and test VSCS technical refresh
    Program (VRRP).                                                      hardware and software.
    Deploy Voice Recorder Replacement Program
    (VRRP).
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          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Activity: Very High Frequency
          Complete 50% of VCE (VSCS Console                               (VHF) Air-to-Ground (A/G) Radios -
          Equipment) PLM to C++ software conversion. Due                  Segment 2
          September 30, 2011                                              Deploy Multimode Digital Radios - Segment 2
          Activity Target 2:
          Complete 100% of Ground to Ground PLM to C++                      Activity Target 1:
          software conversion. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Deploy 90 new Terminal Air Traffic Control Radios,
    Core Business Initiative: Expand                                        bringing the cumulative total to 90 of 180. Due
                                                                            June 30, 2011
    Communications Facilities                                               Activity Target 2:
    Enhancement (CFE).                                                      Deploy 90 new Terminal Air Traffic Control Radios,
    Expand Air-to-Ground Voice Communications.                              bringing the cumulative total to 180. Due
                                                                            September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Communications
      Facilities Enhancement Expansion                                  Core Business Initiative: Deploy
      (CFE)                                                             Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Radios.
      Attain service availability for communication                     Deploy Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Air-to-Ground
      enhancement facilities projects.                                  communications for the Department of Defense
                                                                        (DOD).
          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Activity: Communications
          Complete Engineering Plan for one                               Facilities Enhancement: UHF
          Communications Self Sustaining Outlet. Due July
                                                                          Replacement
          31, 2011                                                        Communications Facilities Enhancement - UHF
          Activity Target 2:                                              Replacement - Segment 1
          Complete Installation of one Communications Self
          Sustaining Outlet. Due September 30, 2011                         Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Deploy 480 UHF Radios bringing cumulative total
    Core Business Initiative: Deploy                                        to 480 of 980. Due June 30, 2011
    Next Generation of                                                      Activity Target 2:
    Communications: Very High                                               Deploy 500 additional UHF Radios at ATC
                                                                            Facilities for an FY11 total of 980. Due September
    Frequency (VHF) Air-to-Ground                                           30, 2011
    (A/G)- Segment 1 (nexCom1)
    Deploy Multimode Digital Radios to ATC Facilities.                  Core Business Initiative: Deploy
                                                                        Radio Control Equipment (RCE)
      Core Activity: Very High Frequency                                Units.
      (VHF) Air-to-Ground (A/G) Radios                                  Replace radio signaling and tone control equipment.
      Deploy Multimode Digital Radios - Segment 1
                                                                          Core Activity: Radio Communications
          Activity Target 1:                                              Equipment
          Deploy 500 new Multimode Digital Radios into                    Deliver radio communication equipment (RCE).
          operation bringing the cumulative total to 500 of
          1300. Due June 30, 2011                                           Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                            Incorporate enhanced RCE functionalities into the
          Deploy an additional 800 new Multimode Digital                    RCE test bed. Due September 30, 2011
          Radios into operation bringing the cumulative total               Activity Target 2:
          to 1300. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Demonstrate RCE Radio Control functionality in
    Core Business Initiative: Deploy                                        multiple modes on the Test bed. Due March 31,
                                                                            2011
    Next Generation of
    Communications: Very High                                           Core Business Initiative: Deploy
    Frequency (VHF) Air-to-Ground                                       Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
    (A/G)- Segment 2 (nexCom2)                                          Elimination
    Deploy Multimode Digital Radios in high-density                     Deploy receiver multicouplers.
    terminal areas and flight service operations.

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      Core Activity: Radio Frequency                                      Develop System Wide Information Management
      Interference Elimination                                            (SWIM) in support of the Next Generation Air
      Deliver receiver multicouplers                                      Transportation System.

                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Draft Release SWIM Segment 2 RFO/SIR to
          Deliver 50 Receiver Multicouplers for sustainment                 Industry. Due September 30, 2011
          requirements bringing the cumulative total to 50 of
          110. Due March 31, 2011                                  Core Business Target: Enhance
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                   Remote Monitoring Logging
          Deliver 60 Receiver Multicouplers for sustainment
          requirements bringing total cumulative total to 110      System (RMLS).
          of 110. Due September 30, 2011                           Enhance RMLS by purchasing protocol converters,
                                                                   installing 3 converters at ARTCCs in the Western Service
    Core Business Initiative: Install                              Area and conducting 8 site surveys at ARTCCs in the
    Fiber Optic Cable Loop at Airport.                             Eastern and Central Service Areas.
    Install Fiber Optic Cable Loop at Airport.                          Core Business Initiative: Enhance
      Core Activity: Airport Cable Loop                                 RMLS at ARTCCs in the Service
      Install fiber optic cable loop                                    Areas.
                                                                        Purchase and install equipment as well as conduct site
          Activity Target 1:                                            surveys at ARTCCs in the Service Areas
          Approve Channel Bank Factory Acceptance Test
                                                                          Core Activity: RMLS
                                                                          Manage RMLS
          (FAT) Procedures. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Conduct Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) of the
          Channel Bank at vendor facility. Due September                    Purchase Protocol Converter equipment. Due
          30, 2011                                                          September 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
    Core Business Initiative: Develop                                       Conduct eight (8) site surveys for installation of
    System Wide Information                                                 Protocol Converter rack equipment at ARTCCs
    Management (SWIM) - Segment 1.                                          located in the Eastern and Central Service Areas.
    Develop System Wide Information Management                              Due September 30, 2011
    (SWIM) in support of the Next Generation Air                            Activity Target 3:
    Transportation System.                                                  Install three (3) Protocol Converter racks at
      Core Activity: System Wide Information                                ARTCCs located in the Western Service Area. Due
      Management                                                            September 30, 2011
      Develop System Wide Information Management
      (SWIM).
                                                                   Core Business Target: Sustain
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                   adjusted operational availability
          CIWS Publication Operational. Due December 31,           of 99% for NAS reportable
          2010                                                     facilities in the Western Service
          Activity Target 2:
          TFM Reroute Data Exchange Operational. Due               Area
          May 31, 2011                                             Manage reportable NAS facilities and accomplish
                                                                   necessary activities to sustain Adjustable Operational
    Core Business Initiative: Develop                              Availability at 99%.
    System Wide Information                                             Core Business Initiative: Maintain
    Management (SWIM) - Segment 2.                                      NAS system reliability.
    Develop System Wide Information Management                          Complete scheduled activities to ensure optimal
    (SWIM) in support of the Next Generation Air                        system reliability.
    Transportation System.                                                Core Activity: Complete Preventative
      Core Activity: Develop System Wide                                  Maintenance
      Information Management (SWIM) -                                     Complete preventative maintenance activities.
      Segment 2.

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          Activity Target 1:                                        in the Western Service Area
          Complete a minimum of 95% of all scheduled                Facilitate timely enhancements to the NAS facilities and
          preventive maintenance on time. Due September             service delivery within the Western Service Area
          30, 2011
      Core Activity: Install Equipment                                   Core Business Initiative: Manage
      Modifications                                                      Project Implementation
      Install nationally issued equipment modifications.                 Manage Project Implementation

          Activity Target 1:                                               Core Activity: JAI Program Management
                                                                           JAI Program Management
          Install a minimum of 95% of nationally issued
          modifications on time. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Complete Service
                                                                            Clear 85% of current FY agreed upon non-as built
      Certifications                                                        JAI Exceptions within 120 days of the District
      Complete service certifications on FAA owned NAS                      Manager signature date Due September 30, 2011
      Equipment
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Clear 80% of current FY as built JAI Exceptions
          Complete a minimum of 98% of service                              within 180 days of the District Manager signature
          certifications within identified schedules. Due                   date Due September 30, 2011
          September 30, 2011                                               Core Activity: Project Implementation
      Core Activity: Coordinate scheduled                                  Project Implementation
      maintenance activities.
      Coordinate scheduled maintenance activities to                        Activity Target 1:
      sustain NAS reportable facilities adjusted operational                Complete 90% of Non-Reimbursable CWP
      availability.                                                         projects on time as agreed to in the Project Scope
                                                                            Agreement. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
          Sustain adjusted operational availability of 99.0%
                                                                            Complete 85% of Terminal Stimulus projects on
          at NAS reportable facilities. Due September 30,
                                                                            time as agreed to in the Project Scope Agreement.
          2011
                                                                            Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: System                                        Activity Target 3:
    Integrity                                                               Complete 85% of ACEPS and En Route Stimulus
    Complete activities to maintain operational integrity of                projects on time as agreed to in the Project Scope
    NAS related equipment, facilities and infrastructure                    Agreement. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Close NASTEP Findings                                  Activity Target 4:
      Close NASTEP issues by due date.                                      Complete 85% of ASTI projects on time as agreed
                                                                            to in the Project Scope Agreement. Due
                                                                            September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Activity Target 5:
          Close 99% of critical issues by the documented
          due date. Due September 30, 2011                                  Complete 85% of Runway Safety Area (RSA)
          Activity Target 2:                                                projects on time as agreed to in the Project Scope
                                                                            Agreement. Due September 30, 2011
          Close 95% of all other (non-critical) issues by the               Activity Target 6:
          documented due date Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Complete 85% of Stimulus Infrastructure and
      Core Activity: Continuity of Service                                  Decommissioning/Cleanup projects on time as
      Sustain Cat 2 and Cat 3 service IAW ICAO                              agreed to in the Project Scope Agreement. Due
      Standards                                                             September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                        Core Business Target: Sustain
          Establish and comply with target based on FY2010
          baseline. Due September 30, 2011                          adjusted operational availability
  Core Business Target: Facilitate                                  of 99% for NAS reportable
  timely enhancements to the NAS                                    facilities in the Eastern Service
                                                                    Area
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  Manage reportable NAS facilities and accomplish                           documented due date Due September 30, 2011
  necessary activities to sustain Adjustable Operational
  Availability at 99%.                                                     Core Activity: Continuity of Service
                                                                           Sustain Cat 2 and Cat 3 service IAW ICAO
    Core Business Initiative: Maintain                                     Standards
    NAS system reliability.                                                 Activity Target 1:
    Complete scheduled activities to ensure optimal
    system reliability.                                                     Establish and comply with target based on FY2010
      Core Activity: Complete Preventative                                  baseline. Due September 30, 2011
      Maintenance                                                   Core Business Target: Facilitate
      Complete preventative maintenance activities.
                                                                    timely enhancements to the NAS
          Activity Target 1:                                        in the Eastern Service Area
          Complete a minimum of 95% of all scheduled                Facilitate timely enhancements to the NAS facilities and
          preventive maintenance on time. Due September             service delivery within the Eastern Service Area
          30, 2011
                                                                         Core Business Initiative: Manage
      Core Activity: Install Equipment
      Modifications                                                      Project Implementation
                                                                         Manage Project Implementation
      Install nationally issued equipment modifications.
                                                                           Core Activity: JAI Program Management
          Activity Target 1:                                               JAI Program Management
          Install a minimum of 95% of nationally issued
          modifications on time. Due September 30, 2011                     Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Complete Service                                       Clear 75% of current FY agreed upon non-as built
      Certifications                                                        JAI Exceptions within 120 days of the District
      Complete service certifications on FAA owned NAS                      Manager signature date Due September 30, 2011
      Equipment                                                             Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Clear 70% of current FY as built JAI Exceptions
                                                                            within 180 days of the District Manager signature
          Complete a minimum of 98% of service                              date Due September 30, 2011
          certifications within identified schedules. Due
          September 30, 2011                                               Core Activity: Project Implementation
                                                                           Project Implementation
      Core Activity: Coordinate scheduled
      maintenance activities.                                               Activity Target 1:
      Coordinate scheduled maintenance activities to
      sustain NAS reportable facilities adjusted operational                Complete 90% of Non-Reimbursable CWP
      availability.                                                         projects on time as agreed to in the Project Scope
                                                                            Agreement. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
          Sustain adjusted operational availability of 99.0%        Core Business Target: System
          at NAS reportable facilities. Due September 30,           Operations Planning Integration
          2011
                                                                    Services
    Core Business Initiative: System                                The System Integration Services Group develops
    Integrity                                                       concepts of use, functional analysis, and operational
    Complete activities to maintain operational integrity of        requirements for System Operations that ensure
    NAS related equipment, facilities and infrastructure            business continuity, operational improvements, and cost
      Core Activity: Close NASTEP Findings                          efficiencies. Responsible for project management and
      Close NASTEP issues by due date.                              integration of the following activities: the development of
                                                                    Data Communications program requirements; TFM
                                                                    ConOps development for 2025; Multi-Agency ATS
          Activity Target 1:                                        Procedures Co-Ordination Group (MAPCOG); ICAO
          Close 99% of critical issues by the documented            Flight Plan Transition Workgroup; Responsible for the
          due date. Due September 30, 2011                          FAA Wake Turbulence Program; Airspace and
          Activity Target 2:                                        Procedures Roadmaps; Air Domain Security Concept of
          Close 95% of all other (non-critical) issues by the       Operations; NextGen Facilities (System Operations
                                                                    Components); and Weather Metrics.
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    Core Business Initiative: System                                        Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Conduct condition assessment surveys to identify
    Operations Planning and                                                 areas of poor physical plant conditions. Due
    Procedures Concept of Operations                                        September 30, 2011
    Manage the development of the TFM 2025-2030                             Activity Target 2:
    Concept of Operations. For this task, CAASD will                        Initiate and award two (2) major construction
    expand the definition of the TFM concept of operations                  projects to correct poor physical plant conditions.
    out to the NextGen timeframe (2025 -- 2030). A                          Due September 30, 2011
    concept of operations will be developed that describes                  Activity Target 3:
    TFM operations in sufficient detail to make clear how
    flow management will be performed in a performance-                     Assess progress towards achieving year-end
    based operating environment. The concept will be                        performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
    robust, addressing all phases of TFM (i.e., Strategic,              Core Business Initiative: Maintain
    Pre-tactical, Tactical and Post-Operations), end-to-end
    operations for the Tactical/day of operations phase,                Service Availability at Facilities
    and work being done by the different organizations                  Maintain service availability at facilities.
    performing TFM-related research and development.
    That concept of operations will be documented and                     Core Activity: Avoid Parts
    submitted to AJR Planning for use as a foundation for                 Obsolescence and Improve Reliability
    discussions and convergence towards an agency
                                                                          of Beacon Buildings
    concept of operations for TFM in the 2025 -- 2030
                                                                          Continue Long Range Radar (LRR) improvements
    timeframe.
                                                                          and infrastructure upgrades, which include limited
      Core Activity: System Operations                                    refurbishment of infrastructure at En Route LRR
      Planning and Procedures Variable                                    facilities with beacon capability. Upgrade facility
      Separation Concept of Operations                                    lighting, grounding, bonding, and shielding.
      Manage the development of the Variable Separation                   Implement heating, ventilation and air conditioning
      Concept of Operations. For this task Booze Allan                    (HVAC), power, display console and antenna drive
      Hamilton (BAH) will develop a multi year project                    modifications as required.
      plan, develop the Initial and Final Variable
      Separation Concept of Operations and develop                          Activity Target 1:
      Variable Separation automation requirements.                          Complete nine (9) site upgrade and sustainment
                                                                            projects. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 2:
          Develop Variable Separation Final Concept of                      Assess progress towards achieving year-end
          Operations. Due December 31, 2010                                 performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Core Activity: Replace Obsolete, Non-
          Develop initial high level automation requirements
          for Variable Separation Capabilities. Due March                 supportable Equipment - Voice
          30, 2011                                                        Switching and Control System (VSCS)
                                                                          Continue VSCS technology refresh. Maintain
  Core Business Target: Operate                                           service availability of En Route voice switch by
                                                                          selectively replacing obsolete and difficult to
  21 ARTCCs and Two CERAPs.                                               maintain components.
  Sustain adjusted operational availability of select En
  Route equipment at 99.7 percent for the reportable                        Activity Target 1:
  facilities that support the 35 Operational Evolution                      Complete design and development of Enhanced
  Partnership (OEP) airports.                                               Diagnostics for VSCS. Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: Operate 21                                    Activity Target 2:
    Air Route Traffic Control Centers                                       Assess progress towards achieving year-end
                                                                            performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
    (ARTCC) and 2 Combined
                                                                          Core Activity: Sustain En Route,
    Centers/Radar Approach Controls                                       Oceanic and Offshore Automation
    (CERAP)                                                               Platforms
    Support the safe, efficient and expeditious flow of air               Maintain service availability of En Route, Oceanic
    traffic, and issue safety alerts and advisories.                      and Offshore automation platforms by providing
      Core Activity: ARTCC Modernization                                  adequate 2nd level engineering and supply support.
      Reduce operational risk and out-year capital                        The En Route systems are: En Route
      liabilities by modernizing and sustaining physical                  Communications Gateway (ECG), En Route
      plant infrastructure.
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      Automation Modernization (ERAM), En Route                            Activity Target 2:
      Information Display System (ERIDS), Host Air Traffic                 Monitor the performance of the ECG system and
      Management Data Distribution System (HADDS)                          produce quarterly STEP and OA Reports to
      and Flight Data Input/Output (FDIO). The Oceanic                     identify and mitigate performance and
      systems are: Advanced Technologies and Oceanic                       obsolescence issues. Due February 28, 2011
      Procedures (ATOP) and Dynamic Ocean Track                            Activity Target 3:
      System (DOTS). The Offshore systems are:
      Offshore Flight Data Processing System (OFDPS)                       Monitor the performance of the ECG system and
      and Microprocessor En Route Automated Radar                          produce quarterly STEP and OA Reports to
      Tracking System (MICRO-EARTS).                                       identify and mitigate performance and
                                                                           obsolescence issues. Due May 31, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                               Activity Target 4:
          Conduct Monthly Trend Analysis where hardware                    Monitor the performance of the ECG system and
          and software failure trends are analyzed and                     produce quarterly STEP and OA Reports to
          results documented. Due September 30, 2011                       identify and mitigate performance and
          Activity Target 2:                                               obsolescence issues. Due August 31, 2011
          Measure yearly system availability to ensure it is
          within acceptable parameters. Due September 30,
                                                                  Core Business Target: Deliver
          2011                                                    on En Route and Oceanic
          Activity Target 3:
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end
                                                                  Services Acquisition
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                   Commitments and Protect
  Core Business Target: Manage                                    Baselines
                                                                  Maintain 90 percent of En Route and Oceanic critical
  Airspace Use                                                    program costs that are within 10 percent of the total
  Maintain service availability to achieve an average daily       baseline. Achieve 90 percent of designated acquisition
  airport capacity for the 35 OEP Airports of 103,068             milestones. The alignment between major program
  arrivals and departures per day.                                budget submissions and the FAA Flight Plan for En
                                                                  Route Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Exhibit
    Core Business Initiative: Deliver Air                         300 Programs is maintained by ensuring all En Route led
    Traffic Service in accordance with                            FAA Major Investments (Exhibit 300 programs) are
                                                                  identified in the Business Plan. The FY 2011 Budget
    the En Route Operations Plan                                  Submission and associated FY 2010 -- FY 2014 Capital
    Maintain current En Route software systems to
                                                                  Investment Plan identify these Exhibit 300 programs as
    support other system changes.
                                                                  Strategic Investments. Achieving acquisition
      Core Activity: Provide New En Route                         commitments and protecting baselines support the
      Technology to Allow for Technology                          strategic goals of the FAA Flight Plan.
      Insertion and Avoid Obsolescence
      Continue replacement of Host with En Route                       Core Business Initiative: Deliver on
      Automation Modernization (ERAM).                                 Acquisition Commitments and
          Activity Target 1:                                           Protect Baselines
                                                                       Provide executive discipline and infrastructure to
          Continue to En Route Automation Modernization
                                                                       monitor critical programs, protect priority program
          based on In-Service Decision and resulting post
                                                                       baselines and deliver products on schedule.
          Release 3 baseline. Due December 31, 2010
                                                                         Core Activity: Monitor Critical Program
      Core Activity: Implement En Route                                  Baselines - Cost
      Communications Gateway (ECG) - Build                               Provide executive discipline and infrastructure to
      0                                                                  monitor critical program baselines.
      Implement ECG - Build 0 to replace Peripheral
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
      Adapter Module Replacement Item (PAMRI)
                                                                           Maintain 90 percent of En Route and Oceanic
          Activity Target 1:                                               critical program costs that are within 10 percent of
          Monitor the performance of the ECG system and                    the total baseline. Due September 30, 2011
          produce quarterly Sustainment Technology                         Activity Target 2:
          Evolution Plan (STEP) and Operational Analysis                   Conduct bi-annual program reviews. Due
          (OA) Reports to identify and mitigate performance                September 30, 2011
          and obsolescence issues. Due November 30,                        Activity Target 3:
          2010
                                                                           Assess progress towards achieving year-end
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          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011                         Core Activity: Traffic Flow Management
                                                                        Advisor (3D PAM)
      Core Activity: Monitor Critical Program                           Traffic Flow Management Advisor (3D PAM)
      Baselines - Schedule
      Provide executive discipline and infrastructure to
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
      monitor critical programs and deliver products on
      schedule.                                                           Complete the 3D Path Arrival Flight Trials Due
                                                                          February 28, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        Core Activity: Develop Preliminary
          Achieve 90 percent of designated En Route and
          Oceanic acquisition milestones. Due September
                                                                        Program Requirements for
          30, 2011                                                      Implementation of Big Airspace
          Activity Target 2:                                            Develop Preliminary Program Requirements for
                                                                        Implementation of Big Airspace.
          Conduct bi-annual program reviews. Due
          September 30, 2011                                              Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 3:                                              Complete development of the program
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                      requirements. Due July 31, 2011
          performance goals. Due March 31, 2011
                                                                      Core Business Initiative: G6M.02-01
      Core Activity: Annual Office of
      Management and Budget (OMB)-300
                                                                      Environment & Energy
                                                                      The effort specifically focuses on explorations, simple
      Exhibits                                                        demonstrations as well as methods to integrate these
      Deliver annual OMB-300 Exhibits.                                environmental impact mitigation and energy efficiency
                                                                      options with the NextGen infrastructure in a cost-
          Activity Target 1:                                          beneficial and verifiable manner. It will also provide
          Deliver annual updates for existing OMB-300                 ways to adapt the NAS infrastructure to fully exploit the
          Exhibits as required by Federal Aviation                    benefits of these environmental mitigation and energy
          Administration/Department of Transportation                 efficiency options.
          submission schedules. Due September 30, 2011                  Core Activity: Environment & Energy
          Activity Target 2:                                            The effort focuses on explorations, simple
                                                                        demonstrations, and Environmental Management
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end                    Systems (EMSs) as well as methods to integrate
          performance goal. Due March 31, 2011                          these environmental impact mitigation and energy
                                                                        efficiency options with the NextGen infrastructure in
  Core Business Target: NextGen                                         a cost-beneficial and verifiable manner. It will also
  System Development                                                    provide ways to adapt the NAS infrastructure to fully
  Implement key projects that have broad applicability                  exploit the benefits of these solutions and strategies.
  across the solution sets and to NextGen overall.Such
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
  projects include work in support of safety management
  systems, environment and energy management systems,                     Monitor and report monthly on established
  as well as human factors research and testing and                       milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
  computer modeling aimed at validating operational
  concepts.
                                                                      Core Business Initiative: G6M.02-02
                                                                      SD - Wake Turbulence Re-
    Core Business Initiative:
                                                                      Categorization
    Requirements Development                                          This research and development program focuses on
    Requirements Development                                          satisfying the capacity demands of future aviation
                                                                      growth. The 20 year old wake separation standards
      Core Activity: Deliver Multi-Sector                             still provide safe separation of aircraft from each
      Planner Results and Requirements                                other's wakes but it no longer provides the most
      Deliver Multi-Sector Planner Results and                        capacity efficient spacing and sequencing of aircraft in
      Requirements.                                                   approach and en-route operations.
                                                                        Core Activity: Wake Turbulence Re-
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        Categorization
          Deliver Multi-Sector Planner requirements. Due                This program is part of a joint EUROCONTROL and
          September 30, 2011                                            FAA program that has reviewed the current required
                                                                        wake mitigation aircraft separations used in both the
                                                                        USA's and Europe's air traffic control processess
                                                                        and has determined the current standards can be
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      safely modified to increase the operational capacity                 Activity Target 6:
      of airports and airspace that will have heavy                        Develop Research Management Plan for Flexible
      operational demand in the NextGen era.                               Airspace Management concept validation. Due
          Activity Target 1:                                               August 31, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 7:
          Determine optimal set of aircraft flight
          characteristics and weather parameters for use in                Complete Flight Deck Human-in-the-Loop
          setting wake separation minimums. Due                            simulation to develop requirements for the 3D Path
          September 30, 2011                                               Arrival Management technical transfer. Due May
                                                                           31, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: G7M.02-02                                    Activity Target 8:
    Operational Assessments                                                Complete Air Traffic Human-in-the-loop simulation
    The transition to NextGen requires NAS operational                     to develop automation requirements for the 3D
    assessments to ensure that safety, environmental, and                  Path Arrival Management technical transfer. Due
    system performance considerations are addressed                        September 30, 2011
    throughout the integration and implementation of                       Activity Target 9:
    NextGen.                                                               Determine impact of mixed equipage on flow
      Core Activity: Operational Assessments                               based trajectory management requirements. Due
      This project will continue to conduct system safety                  April 30, 2011
      assessments,
      environmental-specific assessments, system                       Core Business Initiative: NextGen
      performance evaluations, and risk management                     Air Traffic Control/Technical
      activities.
                                                                       Operations Human Factors (G1M.02
          Activity Target 1:                                           -01)
          Monitor and report monthly on established                    Conduct human factors research and deliver human
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                     factors research and development (R&D) products that
                                                                       support NextGen development, and assure that the
    Core Business Initiative: G1M.02-03                                human centered perspective and the human roles,
    Deliver NextGen Ops Concepts and                                   responsibilities and capabilities are included in all
                                                                       concepts, designs, procedures and policies.
    Requirements for NAS                                                 Core Activity: NextGen Air Traffic
    Deliver NextGen Operational Concepts and
    Requirements.                                                        Control/Technical Operations Human
      Core Activity: Deliver NextGen Ops                                 Factors Research and Development
      Concepts and Requirements for NAS                                  Plan
      Deliver NextGen Operational Concepts and                           Formulate and execute an Air Traffic Control and
      Requirements.                                                      Airways Facilities Human Factors Research and
                                                                         Development Plan.
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Deliver refined set of operational scenarios to the
          mid-term Concept of Operations. Due July 31,                     Develop FY2011 NextGen Air Traffic Control and
          2011                                                             Airways Facilities Human Factors R&D Plan. Due
          Activity Target 2:                                               April 30, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
          Version 3.0 of NextGen Midterm Concept of
          Operations for the NAS. Due July 31, 2011                        Complete execution of the FY2011 NextGen Air
          Activity Target 3:                                               Traffic Control and Airways Facilities Human
                                                                           Factors R&D Plan and report milestone
          Deliver report documenting results of the Time
                                                                           accomplishments. Due September 30, 2011
          Based Flow Management integration analysis. Due
          June 30, 2011                                                Core Business Initiative: G7M.02-01
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                       SD - Systems Safety Mgmt
          Deliver estimate of increased capacity and
          efficiency benefits associated with the Midterm              Transformation
          Concept. Due September 30, 2011                              This program provides research leading to a
          Activity Target 5:                                           comprehensive and proactive approach to aviation
                                                                       safety in conjunction with implementation of NextGen
          Develop Research Management Plan for next                    capacity and efficiency capabilities. The
          stage of data communications concept validation.             implementation of these capabilities will require
          Due August 31, 2011                                          changes in the process of safety management, the
                                                                       definition and implementation of risk management
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    systems, and management of the overall                              Outcomes, outputs, activities, milestones and
    transformation process to ensure that safety is not only            resources are continuously analyzed. Periodic
    maintained but improved.                                            reporting (e.g., weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually,
      Core Activity: Systems Safety                                     etc.) is used to keep managers and employees
      Management Transformation                                         focused on meeting the goals set for each year.
      This program provides research leading to a                         Core Activity: Performance Reporting
      comprehensive and proactive approach to aviation                    Ensure that operational performance information is
      safety in conjunction with implementation of                        available by cob on the 8th of each month via the
      NextGen capacity and efficiency capabilities.                       appropriate tools (e.g., PB-VIEWS, SPIRE, etc.).

          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Monitor and report monthly on established                         Provide operational performance information by
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                          the 8th of each month. Due September 30, 2011

    Core Business Initiative: G1M.02-02                            Core Business Target: Airport
    - New ATM Requirements                                         Average Daily Capacity
    Develop requirements for existing technology to                Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the 35 OEP
    transition into the NAS for NextGen                            airports of 103,068 arrivals and departures per day by FY
      Core Activity: New ATM Requirements,                         2011 and maintain through FY 2013. FY 2010 Target:
      TCAS                                                         AVS will successfully complete 80% of targets.
      Investigate the feasibility of ADS-B message content
      as an input for future Collision Avoidance Systems.
                                                                        Core Business Initiative: Wake
                                                                        Vortex Encounter (WVE) Project
          Activity Target 1:                                            Establish WVE tolerance criteria (metrics), this
          Draft white paper outlining methods for                       includes defining WVE hazard boundaries and
          coordinating ADS-B data over TCAS transponder                 determining risk levels of WVEs in the NAS.
          equipment. Due February 28, 2011                                Core Activity: Risk Parameter
          Activity Target 2:                                              Development Support
          Draft a 1030/1090 monitoring performance report                 Through research, modeling, simulation and analysis
          (assessment of 1090 MHz ADS-B transmissions)                    of wake vortex encounter scenarios; this project is
          in the airspace. Due August 31, 2011                            intended to establish and document wake vortex
                                                                          encounter tolerance criteria (metrics) by defining
      Core Activity: New ATM Requirements                                 hazard boundaries and determining acceptable
      Develop requirements for existing technology to                     levels of risk with regard to WVEs in the NAS.
      transition into the NAS for NextGen
          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Monitor and report monthly on established                         Support AFS 400 in developing severity risk
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                          parameters to establish a threshold between
  Core Business Target: Improve                                             acceptability and non-acceptability (safe or unsafe)
                                                                            for encountering wake vortices in the NAS in
  Terminal Services Productivity                                            various flight segments and scenarios. This will
                                                                            focus on the severity component of risk. Provide
  (Terminal Planning - Strategic                                            comprehensive review, comments, and
  Planning and Performance - AJT                                            recommendations regarding draft of WVE severity
                                                                            parameters. Due August 15, 2011
  -32)                                                                      Activity Target 2:
  Increase terminal direct employee productivity by
                                                                            Support AFS-400 in a similar campaign that will be
  achieving the Terminal Services Productivity target of
                                                                            proposed for addressing the likelihood or
  7,304 operations per direct employee by September
                                                                            frequency of encounters. Provide comprehensive
  2011.
                                                                            review, comments, and recommendations
    Core Business Initiative: Effective                                     regarding draft of WVE frequency risk parameters.
                                                                            Due August 15, 2011
    Performance Monitoring, Analysis
    and Reporting                                                  Core Business Target: Increase
    Ongoing performance reporting is key to an
    organizations ability to move forward. AJT-32 is
                                                                   Terminal Capacity to Meet
    responsible for continuously monitoring, analyzing and         Expected Demand
    reporting performance throughout the organization.
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  Terminal Services will meet future capacity demands by                 Activity Target 1:
  ensuring the provision of safe and efficient terminal air              Complete Safety Analysis. Due March 31, 2011
  traffic control services throughout the terminal portion of
  the National Airspace System (NAS) through targeted                  Core Activity: Closely Spaced Parallel
  capacity increases to: 1) Achieve an average daily airport
  capacity for the 35 OEP airports of 103,068 arrivals and             Operations
                                                                       Determine the ability to conduct independent
  departures per day by FY 2011 and maintain through FY
                                                                       operations on closely spaced parallel runways
  2013 (FY 2011 Target: 103,068). 2) Achieve an average
                                                                       separated by 3000 feet. An analysis will be
  daily airport capacity for the 7 Metro areas of 39,484
  arrivals and departures per day by FY 2009 and maintain              conducted to determine the feasibility of reducing the
  through FY 2013 (FY 2011 Target: 39,484), and 3)                     separation for dependent operations from 4300 feet
  Achieve a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.0 percent at the            to 3000 feet. This will provide more flexibility to
  35 OEP airports and maintain through FY 2013 (FY 2011                those facilities that has closely spaced parallels.
  Target: 88.00%).                                                       Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative: Provide                                    Complete Feasibility Analysis. Due September 30,
                                                                         2011
    Terminal Services Support to
    Enable Increases in Airport Capacity                               Core Activity: Obstruction Clearance
    Provide the oversight, management and support                      Requirements
    necessary to enable safe increases in capacity and                 Conduct a study to access the viability of reducing
    efficiency through changes in airspace, improved                   the separation minima from obstructions. To ensure
    procedures, and insertion of new technology into the               terminal facilities can maximize airspace design for
    operation.                                                         arrivals and departures it is important to understand
      Core Activity: Terminal Services Safety                          the separation minima as defined per technology
                                                                       element with the advent of NextGen technologies.
      and Operations Support                                           Any reduction of separation minima for obstruction
      Provide the operational support functions necessary
                                                                       that is based upon new radar capabilities or
      to enable increases in airport capacity when
                                                                       NextGen technologies for terminal approach controls
      delivering terminal air traffic control services
                                                                       will be accessed.
      including Contract Tower and Contract Weather
      Observer Program Management, Safety                                Activity Target 1:
      Engineering, Airspace & Procedures Analysis and
                                                                         Complete Study assessing the level of safety for
      Development, Quality Assurance and Operations
                                                                         various separation minima for differing surveillance
      Analysis.
                                                                         sources. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                           Core Activity: Parallel Instrument
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the            Approaches Without Primary
          35 OEP Airports of 103,068. Due September 30,
                                                                       Surveillance
          2011                                                         Conduct a risk assessment of being able to conduct
          Activity Target 2:                                           simultaneous parallel instrument approaches at
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the            airports with the primary surveillance radar systems
          Seven Metropolitan Areas of 39,484. Due                      not located on the airport. This initiative will identify
          September 30, 2011                                           additional airports that maybe able to provide
          Activity Target 3:                                           parallel instrument approaches without the use of
          Achieve a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.00                  parallel surveillance radar.
          percent at the 35 OEP airports. Due September
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
          30, 2011
                                                                         Complete Risk Assessment. Due August 31, 2011
      Core Activity: Widely Spaced Parallels
      without Final Monitors.                                          Core Activity: Terminal Services
      Conduct an analysis to determine the safety of                   Operations - Eastern Service Area
      providing simultaneous parallel approaches without               Provide the operational oversight and management
      the use of monitors and or no-transgression zone.                of terminal air traffic control operations in the
      Each facility that has widely space parallels                    Eastern Terminal Service Area to ensure that
      approaches will be analyzed to determine if benefits             initiatives to redesign airspace and change
      can be derived from removing the requirements to                 procedures are increasing the overall capacity
      staff finally monitor position. The analysis will also           and/or efficiency of the terminal domain.
      determine minimum runway separation for such a
      procedure.                                                         Activity Target 1:
                                                                         Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the
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          35 OEP Airports of 103,068. Due September 30,                     Activity Target 2:
          2011                                                              Monitor and report monthly on established
          Activity Target 2:                                                milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the
          Seven Metropolitan Areas of 39,484. Due                         Core Activity: Program Management -
          September 30, 2011                                              Activity 5
          Activity Target 3:                                              Activity 5: Personnel Compensation, Benefits, and
                                                                          Travel
          Achieve a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.00
          percent at the 35 OEP airports. Due September                     Activity Target 1:
          30, 2011                                                          Provide program management and oversight Due
      Core Activity: Terminal Services                                      September 30, 2011
      Operations - Western Service Area                                 Core Business Initiative: G1A.01-01
      Provide the operational oversight and management
      of terminal air traffic control operations in the                 Separation Mgmt - Modern
      Western Terminal Service Area to ensure that                      Procedures
      initiatives to redesign airspace and change                       Separation Management automation enhancements
      procedures are increasing the overall capacity                    include concepts and technologies, performance
      and/or efficiency of the terminal domain.                         enhancements to existing automation functions
                                                                        identified through development, deployment, and
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        operational use of ERAM and predecessor systems.
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the             Pre-implementation activities include operational and
          35 OEP Airports of 103,068. Due September 30,                 technical risk reduction, and acquisition artifact
          2011                                                          development. Separation Management includes ATC
          Activity Target 2:                                            automation capabilities that assist controllers in
          Achieve an average daily airport capacity for the             maintaining safe aircraft separation while optimizing
          Seven Metropolitan Areas of 39,484. Due                       use of airspace capacity.
          September 30, 2011                                              Core Activity: Separation Management
          Activity Target 3:                                              Pre-implementation Activities
          Achieve a NAS on-time arrival rate of 88.00                     Separation Management automation enhancements
          percent at the 35 OEP airports. Due September                   include concepts and technologies, performance
          30, 2011                                                        enhancements to existing automation functions
                                                                          identified through development, deployment, and
  Core Business Target: NextGen                                           operational use of ERAM and predecessor systems.
                                                                          Pre-implementation activities include operational and
  Trajectory Based Operations                                             technical risk reduction, and acquisition artifact
  Implement key work plans in support of delivering the                   development. Separation Management includes Air
  NextGen mid-term operational vision for trajectory based                Traffic Control (ATC) automation capabilities that
  operations. This solution set will provide the capabilities,            assist controllers in maintaining safe aircraft
  decision-support tools and automation to manage aircraft                separation while optimizing use of airspace capacity.
  movement by trajectory.
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative: G1N.01-01
                                                                            Complete Final Program Requirements for post En
    Capacity Mgmt - NextGen DME                                             Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) release
    This is a national program to provide the necessary                     3 Due September 30, 2011
    equipment enhancements, relocations, and                                Activity Target 2:
    replacements to ensure that Distance Measuring
                                                                            Complete Business Case Analysis Report for post
    Equipment (DME) facilities are available in accordance
                                                                            ERAM release 3 Due September 30, 2011
    with the FAA's NextGen Implementation Plan.
                                                                            Activity Target 3:
      Core Activity: NextGen DME
      High Power DMEs will be procured to support DME-                      Monitor and report monthly on established
      DME RNAV/RNP en route operations (Q and T                             milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
      routes) in order to partially or fully divest the Very            Core Business Initiative: G1A.01-03
      High Frequency (VHF) Omni-directional Range
      (VOR) network in accordance with the NAS                          Separation Mgmt - Automation Risk
      Enterprise Architecture.                                          Mitigation
                                                                        This program will determine how to mitigate risks
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        associated with interfacing ADS-B to various
          Contract Award Due May 31, 2011                               automation platforms beyond those planned for the FY
                                                                        2010 In Service Decision.
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      Core Activity: Automation Risk                                  Conduct research on TBO-Separation Management
      Mitigation                                                      for High Altitude Airspace.
      This program will determine how to mitigate risks                 Core Activity: Conduct Research on
      associated with interfacing Automatic Dependent                   Separation Management for High
      Surveillance -- Broadcast (ADS-B) to various                      Altitude Airspace
      automation platforms beyond those planned for the                 Conduct research on TBO-Separation Management
      FY 2010 In Service Decision.                                      for High Altitude Airspace.
          Activity Target 1:                                              Activity Target 1:
          Develop ADS-B automation requirements for                       Conduct fast time simulation to evaluate
          Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures                    implementation of high performance airspace on
          (ATOP) Due March 31, 2011                                       the NAS. Due July 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                              Activity Target 2:
          Deploy En Route Automation Modernization                        Identify preliminary information requirements in
          (ERAM) capability with ADS-B capability at                      support of generic airspace operations. Due
          Houston Due April 30, 2011                                      September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
          Monitor and report monthly on established              Core Business Target: NextGen
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011               Collaborative Air Traffic
    Core Business Initiative: G1A.02-03                          Management
    Conduct Research to Develop and                              Implement key work plans in support of delivering the
                                                                 NextGen mid-term operational vision for collaborative air
    Validate Conflict Resolution                                 traffic management. This solution set provides
    Advisories                                                   capabilities to improve traffic flow management system-
    Prepare concept documents and conduct experiments            wide as well as at the
    to determine the function and feasibility of Conflict        tactical, or location-based, level.
    Resolution Advisories.
      Core Activity: Conduct Research to                              Core Business Initiative: G5A.01-02
      Develop and Validate Conflict                                   Flow Control - Strategic Flow
      Resolution Advisories                                           Enhancement
      Prepare concept documents and conduct                           This program will analyze the mid-term (FY2012-2018)
      experiments to determine the function and feasibility           ATM building blocks needed for the transition to the
      of Conflict Resolution Advisories.                              future NextGen system and the capability to improve
                                                                      the predictions for both capacity and demand.
          Activity Target 1:                                            Core Activity: Strategic Flow
          Execute fast time simulation on conflict probe                Enhancement
          enhancements. Due June 30, 2011                               This project would allow TMU specialists to
          Activity Target 2:                                            automatically explore various reroute options and
          Publish initial CONOPS for Conflict Resolution                the impact of multiple TMIs and how they fit with
          Advisories. Due August 31, 2011                               efforts to accommodate NAS customer preferences.
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Publish report on experiments for system
          feasibility, design, and performance. Due                       Demand and capacity balancing demonstration
          September 30, 2011                                              and report for evaluations
          Activity Target 4:                                              of the business logic for balancing capacity and
                                                                          demand predictions Due September 30, 2011
          Complete engineering assessment of conflict                     Activity Target 2:
          detection and resolution research. Due August 31,
          2011                                                            Monitor and report monthly on established
                                                                          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: G1A.01-02                               Core Business Initiative: G5A.02-01
    Conduct Research on Separation                                    Flight & State Data Mgmt - Common
    Management for High Altitude                                      Status
    Airspace                                                          The Common Status and Structure program provides
    (G1A.01-02) - Conduct Research on Trajectory Based                the information and service foundation for the FAA to
    Operations (TBO)-Separation Management for High                   deliver NextGen operational capabilities.
    Altitude Airspace
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      Core Activity: Common Status &                                      Core Activity: Advanced Methods
      Structure Data                                                      The project objective is to provide well defined and
      This program enables the FAA to provide integrated                  well understood methodologies to enhance Traffic
      lifecycle                                                           Flow Management (TFM) capabilities. This activity is
      management of the aeronautical information                          structured into three parts -- probabilistic TFM,
      necessary to support NextGen capabilities.                          integration of weather, and the TFM flow object as
                                                                          an extension to the Flight Object.
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Deliver digital airport structure and configuration
          information to support situational awareness. Due                 Apply industy standard exchange formats for
          September 30, 2011                                                inclusion into DSTs Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                                Activity Target 2:
          Monitor and report monthly on established                         Monitor and report monthly on established
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011

    Core Business Initiative: G5A.01-01                                 Core Business Initiative: G5A.02-03
    Flow Control - Strategic Flow                                       Flight & State Data Mgmt - Flight
    Integration                                                         Object
    Strategic Flow Management Integration (Execution of                 The flight object is intended to be the future medium
    Flow Strategies into Controller Tools) provides funding             for capturing and sharing the most up-to-date
    for the implementation of the En Route Automation                   information on any flight.
    Modernization (ERAM) modifications needed to                          Core Activity: Flight Object
    receive/process                                                       The flight object will serve as the single common
    the Traffic Management Initiatives (TMI) in the ERAM                  reference for all system information about a flight.
    baseline timeframe (releases 2 and 3).
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Strategic Flow Integration
      Strategic Flow Management Integration (Execution                      Monitor and report monthly on established
      of Flow Strategies into Controller Tools) provides                    milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
      funding for the implementation of the En Route                        Activity Target 2:
      Automation Modernization (ERAM) modifications                         Develop preliminary Flight Object requirements
      needed to receive/process the Traffic Management                      document Due September 30, 2011
      Initiatives (TMI) in the ERAM baseline timeframe
      (releases 2 and 3). This activity will also fund the              Core Business Initiative: G5A.02-04
      requirements definition, investment analysis and risk             Flight & State Data Mgmt -
      mitigation for increments of
      Flow Strategy integration in the Post-release 3
                                                                        Integrated NAS
      timeframe.                                                        The program objective is to establish a systematic
                                                                        approach for NAS wide airspace procedure
          Activity Target 1:                                            development to support NextGen's best equipped best
                                                                        serve concept of operations that provides enhanced
          Implementation of Pre-departure Reroute in ERAM
                                                                        services to those aircraft equipped with the avionics
          with no automated coordination with Terminal. Due
                                                                        compatible with NextGen capabilities.
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Core Activity: Integrated NAS
                                                                          Development activities will include enhancing
          Monitor and report monthly on established                       existing fast time models and testing of alternative
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                        airspace and procedures changes using the
                                                                          simulators and models. Fast time modeling and
    Core Business Initiative: G5A.02-02                                   human in the loop simulation of proposed airspace
    Flight & State Data Mgmt -                                            and procedures will be used to valid the proposed
    Advanced Methods                                                      changes.
    The project objective is to provide well defined and                    Activity Target 1:
    well understood methodologies to enhance Traffic
    Flow Management (TFM) capabilities. This activity is                    Complete initial analysis to identify transition
    structured into three parts -- probabilistic TFM,                       issues and benefits to incentivize equipage Due
    integration of                                                          September 30, 2011
    weather, and the TFM flow object as an extension to
    the Flight Object.
                                                                        Core Business Initiative: G5A.04-01
                                                                        Capacity Mgmt - Dynamic Airspace
                                                                        The CATM -- Dynamic Airspace and Capacity
                                                                        Management (Flexible Dynamic Airspace, Airspace
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    Resource Management System) effort will provide the             Implement key work plans in support of delivering the
    tools to air traffic managers to increase capacity by           NextGen mid-term operational vision for flexible terminals
    reconfiguring airspace for demand and capacity                  and airports. This solution set provides capabilities
    predictions and to dynamically deactivate restrictions.         necessary to increase access to and manage the
      Core Activity: Dynamic Airspace                               separation of aircraft in the terminal environment at and
      Flexible/Dynamic Airspace and ARMS will allow                 around all airports -- large and small.
      traffic managers to optimize the airspace
      configuration across the NAS to maximize capacity                  Core Business Initiative: G6N.01-01
      of workload-constrained airspace while addressing                  Separation Mgmt - Ground Based
      weather and Special Use Airspace (SUA).
                                                                         Augmentation
          Activity Target 1:                                             The FAA identified GBAS as an "Enabler" for the
                                                                         NextGen. The FAA plans to replace legacy navigation
          Monitor and report monthly on established                      systems with satellite based navigation technology.
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
                                                                           Core Activity: GBAS
      Core Activity: Capacity Mgmt - Dynamic                               The FAA plans to replace legacy navigation systems
      Airspace                                                             with satellite based navigation technology. The
      Flexible/Dynamic Airspace and ARMS will allow                        strategy to achieve this capability is to initially build a
      traffic managers to optimize the airspace                            system that uses the existing GPS single civil
      configuration across the NAS to maximize capacity                    frequency to provide Category-I service and improve
      of workload-constrained airspace while addressing                    this architecture when additional civil frequencies
      weather and Special Use Airspace (SUA).                              become available to provide Category-II/III service.

          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 1:
          Develop initial airspace resource management                       Complete Preliminary Program Requirements to
          system concept of operations Due September 30,                     support Investment Analysis Readiness Decision
          2011                                                               for CAT II/III GBAS Due September 30, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
    Core Business Initiative: Network                                        Monitor and report monthly on established
    Enabled Operations (G5M.02.01)                                           milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
    The FAA plans to collaborate with DoD, DHS, and
    NASA to develop R&D activities focusing on a net-
                                                                           Core Activity: Program Management -
    centric inter-agency information sharing mechanism                     Activity 5
    accomadating Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).                          Personnel Compensation, Benefits, and Travel
      Core Activity: Network Enabled
      Operations                                                             Activity Target 1:
      Evaluate NEO activities by August 2011 to ascertain                    Provide program management and oversight Due
      validated benefits to NextGen.                                         September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                             Core Business Initiative: G6A.02-01
          Initial program plan for data exchange                         Surface/Tower/Terminal Systems
          demonstration combining net-centric
          capabilities/applications with Unmanned Aircraft               Engineering
          System (UAS). Due May 31, 2011                                 This project will provide engineering analyses,
          Activity Target 2:                                             evaluations and assessments to develop concepts for
                                                                         using integrated electronic flight data management,
          Publish draft CONOPS describing the vision of net              clearance delivery, coded taxi instructions,
          -enabled UAS development applications for net-                 conformance monitoring, and automated transfer of
          centric information exchange. Due July 30, 2011                flight information between air navigation service
                                                                         providers and airspace users to enable more efficient
          Activity Target 3:                                             and safer movement and control of air traffic in the
          Publish draft Demonstration Plan to illustrate net-            terminal airport arena.
          centric UAS capability in the NEO environment.                   Core Activity: Surface/Tower/Terminal
          Due September 30, 2011                                           Systems Engineering
                                                                           This project will provide engineering analyses,
  Core Business Target: NextGen                                            evaluations and assessments to develop concepts
  Flexibility in Terminal                                                  for using integrated electronic flight data
                                                                           management, clearance delivery, coded taxi
  Environment                                                              instructions, conformance monitoring, and
                                                                           automated transfer of flight information between air

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      navigation service providers and airspace users to                  Core Activity: Program Management -
      enable more efficient and safer movement and                        Activity 5
      control of air traffic in the terminal airport arena.               Personnel Compensation, Benefits, and Travel
          Activity Target 1:
          Obtain Approval of Preliminary Program                            Activity Target 1:
          Requirements Due August 31, 2011                                  Provide program management and oversight Due
          Activity Target 2:                                                September 30, 2011
          Obtain Initial Investment Decision Due September              Core Business Initiative: G6A.01-01
          30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                            Separation Mgmt - WTMD
                                                                        The Wake Turbulence Mitigation for Departures
          Monitor and report monthly on established
                                                                        (WTMD) Program captures the outcome of NASA
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
                                                                        research, applied to aviation needs to provide greater
      Core Activity: Program Management -                               capacity.
      Activity 5                                                          Core Activity: Separation Mgmt- WTMD
      Personnel Compensation, Benefits, and Travel                        This program implements a technology based
      Resource (i.e. funding) in support of AJT support                   solution that will allow reduction of the required wake
      activity 11C.158E1 (Surface/Tower/Terminal                          mitigation separation for aircraft departing on an
      Systems Engineering)                                                airport's closely spaced parallel runways.

          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Assess status of resource funding (i.e. application               Develop and install WTMD operational prototype
          and sufficiency) in support of Business Planning                  at IAH. Due June 15, 2011
          activity 11C.158E1 Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                        Core Business Initiative: G6A.01-02
          Complete application of resource funding in
                                                                        Separation Mgmt - WTMA
          support of Business Planning Activity 11C.158E1               This program will evaluate air traffic control decision
          Due September 30, 2011                                        support tool concept feasibility prototypes as possible
                                                                        enablers to safely meet the predicted NextGen
    Core Business Initiative: G6N.01-04                                 demand for additional flights in the nation's air
                                                                        transportation system.
    Separation Mgmt - Optimize                                            Core Activity: Separation Mgmt - WTMA
    Navigation Tech                                                       Evaluation of the prototype Wake Turbulence
    This program supports developing new technology for                   Mitigation for Arrivals (WTMA) decision support tool
    existing Navigation systems that improve reliability and              will continue and requirements for implementing the
    lower the cost of operations.                                         WTMA capability will be developed.
      Core Activity: Optimize Navigation Tech
      The first initiative is to replace the existing                       Activity Target 1:
      incandescent lamps with Light Emitting Diode (LED)                    Complete WTMA feasibility prototype evaluation
      technology, without modifying the rest of the MALSR                   using implementation on chosen simulated
      system. The second initiative is to redesign the                      automation systems. Due September 30, 2011
      entire MALSR system to include LED technology,
      and solid state switching and electrical distribution             Core Business Initiative: G6N.01-03
      technology.                                                       Separation Mgmt - NextGen Nav
          Activity Target 1:                                            Initiatives
                                                                        This program supports NextGen goals related to
          Complete feasibility study for MALSR light-
                                                                        maintaining/improving capacity during instrument
          emitting diode (LED) Lamp. Due September 30,
                                                                        meteorological conditions (IMC), and focuses on
          2011
                                                                        improvements supporting both the terminal and
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                        approach phases of flight as well as improving
          Conduct CDR for light-emitting diode (LED)                    situational awareness on the airport surface.
          Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI). Due                   Core Activity: NextGen Nav Initiatives
          September 30, 2011                                              The first program element (P1) supports low visibility
          Activity Target 3:                                              enhanced operations by lowering required Runway
          Monitor and report monthly on established                       Visual Range (RVR)-defined minimums during IMC,
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                        and is a collaborative effort between Flight
                                                                          Standards and Navigation Services. This work
                                                                          allows a greater number of takeoffs and landings
                                                                          when visibility is limited.
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          Activity Target 1:                                                 support of Business Planning Activity 11C.158J1
          P1: Implementation of lower RVR minimums at 4                      (Separation Mgmt -- TERA/RPI) Due September
          OEP airports Due September 30, 2011                                30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                             Core Business Initiative: Closely
          Monitor and report monthly on established                      Spaced Parallel Operations (G6N.01-
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         02)
      Core Activity: Program Management -                                Enhance procedures to allow dependent operations to
      Activity 5                                                         closely spaced parallel runways or converging
      Personnel Compensation, Benefits, and Travel                       approaches to runways closer than 2500 feet.
                                                                           Core Activity: Closely Spaced Parallel
          Activity Target 1:                                               Operations
          Provide program management and oversight Due                     Enhance procedures to allow dependent operations
          September 30, 2011                                               to closely spaced parallel runways or converging
                                                                           approaches.
    Core Business Initiative: G6N.01-05
                                                                             Activity Target 1:
    Separation Mgmt - TERA/RPI
    This program provides ATC with new tools to ensure                       Interim data analysis report on field data collection
    efficient use of Area Navigation (RNAV) and Required                     for controller response time. Due December 31,
    Navigation Performance (RNP) procedures during the                       2010
    transition phase of flight (arrival/departure).                          Activity Target 2:
      Core Activity: Separation Mgmt -                                       Conduct Human-In-the Loop (HITL) simulation (1-
      TERA/RPI                                                               11) Due June 30, 2011
      The tools feature display aids for the controller to                   Activity Target 3:
      determine conformance to static and dynamic                            Interim data analysis report on HITL Due August
      procedural trajectories, and for spacing and                           31, 2011
      sequencing other aircraft on or near the assigned                      Activity Target 4:
      trajectories or at merge points. These tools will be                   Conduct HITL simulation (2-11) Due September
      integrated during spiral development, with trajectory                  30, 2011
      and Time-Based Flow Management (TBFM) across
      the terminal (ground), transition (arrival/departure)              Core Business Initiative: G6N.02-01
      and en route domains of ATC.
                                                                         Trajectory Management/Arrival
          Activity Target 1:                                             Ensure safe and efficient transition of aircraft from en
                                                                         route to terminal airspace with appropriate sequencing
          Develop STARS/CARTS prototype at each of the
                                                                         and spacing.
          perspective contractors facilities. Due October 1,
          2010                                                             Core Activity: Trajectory
          Activity Target 2:                                               Management/Arrival
                                                                           Conduct initial proof-of-concept demonstration of 4D
          Demonstrate the STARS/CARTS prototype at
                                                                           Flight Management System (FMS) Required Time of
          each of the perspective contractors facilities. Due
                                                                           Arrivals.
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                                 Activity Target 1:
          Monitor and report monthly on established                          Develop plan for demonstration. Due March 30,
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                           2011
      Core Activity: Program Management -                                    Activity Target 2:
      Activity 5                                                             Update 4D FMS CONOPS. Due April 30, 2011
      Personnel Compensation, Benefits, and Travel                           Activity Target 3:
      Resource (i.e. funding) in support of AJT support
                                                                             Conduct demonstration. Due August 30, 2011
      activity 11C.158J1 (Separation Mgmt -- TERA/RPI)

          Activity Target 1:                                             Core Business Initiative: Flight
          Assess status of resource funding (i.e. application            &State Data Management - Avionics
          and sufficiency) in support of Business Planning
          activity 11C.158J1 (Separation Mgmt -- TERA/RPI)
                                                                         (G6N.03-01)
                                                                         Develop initial requirements, concept of operations,
          Due March 31, 2011
                                                                         and certification standards for cockpit moving map
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                         avionics that support automated taxi delivery,
          Complete application of resource funding in                    conformance monitoring and surface separation
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    management.                                                           Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Conduct surface tactical flow demonstration at
      Core Activity: Flight &State Data                                   MCO. Due September 30, 2011
      Management - Avionics
      Complete Initial Requirements and Evaluation Plan               Core Business Initiative: Surface
      for moving map avionics                                         Conformance(G2A.01-02)
                                                                      Simulations and monitoring capabilities for NAS
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                      airports in support of NextGen will be conducted.
          Deliver Surface Avionics Evaluation Plan for FY13             Core Activity: Surface Conformance
          Simulations and Evaluations. Due March 30, 2011               Complete Surface Conformance Human-in-the-Loop
          Activity Target 2:                                            simulation.
          Develop Initial Concept of Use (ConUse) for
          Surface Avionics. Due September 30, 2011                        Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Complete planning documents for HITL
  Core Business Target: NextGen                                           Simulation. Due July 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 2:
  Arrivals/Departures at High
                                                                          Conduct Human-In-The-Loop simulation. Due
  Density Airports                                                        September 30, 2011
  Implement key work plans in support of delivering the
  NextGen mid-term operational vision for high density                Core Business Initiative: G2A.01-04
  airports. This solution set provides capabilities that              Tailored Arrivals Oceanic
  improve arrival and departure capacity for multiple                 Oceanic Tailored Arrivals are procedures which takes
  airports and runways in high demand airspace.                       advantage of existing ground and aircraft automation
    Core Business Initiative: G2A.01-03                               systems along with data link to enable optimized
                                                                      profile descents, reducing fuel usage and minimizing
    Trajectory Mgmt - Arrival Tactical                                environmental impact.
    Flow                                                                Core Activity: Tailored Arrivals Oceanic
    Trajectory Management Arrival Tactical Flow will                    This program will transition Oceanic Tailored Arrivals
    provide complete time based metering solutions                      from concept development/validation to solution
    across all flight phases to include pre-departure                   implementation.
    through post-arrival for the NAS.
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Arrival Tactical Flow
      This program supports the beginning steps such as                   Monitor and report monthly on established
      developing functional and technical requirements,                   milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
      planning spiral development, and determining cross-
      platform interfaces that are needed to lead up to the
                                                                      Core Business Initiative: G2A.01-05
      implementation of point in space metering and the               Surface Traffic Data Sharing
      continuation and expansion of TMA.                              Surface Traffic Data Sharing will develop and
                                                                      implement the technical infrastructure, operational
          Activity Target 1:                                          procedures, and data governance policies to facilitate
          Obtain Investment Analysis Readiness Decision               the exchange of surface-related data needed to
          for the Integrated Enterprise Solution Due                  enhance system efficiency, reduce delays, and foster
          September 30, 2011                                          increased collaborative decision making between the
          Activity Target 2:                                          Air Navigation Service Provider, the flying community,
          Monitor and report monthly on established                   and other airport stakeholders.
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                      Core Activity: Surface Traffic Data
                                                                        Sharing
    Core Business Initiative: Surface                                   Surface Traffic Data Sharing will develop and
    Tactical Flow(G2A.01-01)                                            implement the technical infrastructure, operational
    Demonstrate surface collaborative decision making at                procedures, and data governance policies to
    NAS airports.                                                       facilitate the exchange of surface-related data.
      Core Activity: Surface Tactical Flow                                Activity Target 1:
      Conduct surface tactiful flow demonstration at MCO
      airports.                                                           Monitor and report monthly on established
                                                                          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
          Provide planning documents for Surface Tactical
          Flow demonstration. Due July 30, 2011

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  Core Business Target: NextGen                                   Core Business Target: NextGen
  Safety, Security, and                                           Networked Facilities
                                                                  Implement key work plans in support of delivering a
  Environment                                                     network of integrated facilities designed to support the
  Implement key work plans in support of ensuring that            delivery of safer and more efficient operations system-
  NextGen systems contribute to steadily reducing risks           wide
  to safety and information security while mitigating
  adverse effects on the environment and ensuring                      Core Business Initiative: G3F.01-01
  environmental protection that allows sustained aviation              Future Facilities Investment
  growth.
                                                                       Planning
    Core Business Initiative: G7A.01-01                                The NextGen program upgrades air traffic control
    Security Integrated Tool Set (SITS)                                systems to make them flexible, scalable, and
    SITS is an automated system used to identify airborne              maintainable.
    security threats in the NAS and communicate that                     Core Activity: Future Facilities
    information to the appropriate information system or                 Investment Planning
    agency.                                                              The preliminary analysis needed to upgrade air
      Core Activity: Security Integrated Tool                            traffic control systems to make them flexible,
      Set (SITS)                                                         scalable, and maintainable.
      The Security Integrated Tool Set (SITS) is part of the
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
      NextGen. It is an automated system used to identify
      airborne security threats in the NAS and                             Prepare Initial Business case for Segment 1 Due
      communicate that information to the appropriate                      September 30, 2011
      information system or agency.
                                                                       Core Business Initiative: G3M.02-01
          Activity Target 1:                                           Integration, Development, and
          Obtain Initial Investment Decision for Air Domain            Operations Analysis Capability
          Security Architectures Due September 30, 2011                This program focuses on the software and hardware
          Activity Target 2:                                           requirements to establish and sustain the NextGen
          Monitor and report monthly on established                    Integration and Evaluation Capability (NIEC) to
          milestones in PLA Due September 30, 2011                     conduct early proof of concept, rapid prototyping, and
                                                                       technical demonstrations. Products include the
  Core Business Target: Improve                                        development and validation of system prototypes,
                                                                       definition and refinement of requirements, and
  Fast-Time Modeling Capabilities                                      candidate solutions to research questions.
  Improve computers' modeling capabilities to resolve their
  limitations and to support NextGen planning activities.                Core Activity: Concepts and Systems
                                                                         Integration
    Core Business Initiative: Improve                                    The WJHTC will continue development of the NIEC
                                                                         and focus on support to conduct experiments,
    Fast-Time Modeling Capabilities                                      develop iterative designs required to evaluate
    (M46.01-01)                                                          concepts and alternatives and collect quantitative
    Improve computers' modeling capabilities to resolve                  metrics for use in definition validation, usability, and
    their limitations and to support NextGEn planning                    performance of NextGen concepts and technologies.
    activities.
      Core Activity: Improve Fast-Time                                     Activity Target 1:
      Modeling Capabilities                                                Initiate the integration of SWIM Segment 1 into the
      Develop and apply enhancements to the National                       NIEC.. Due December 31, 2010
      Airspace System Performance Analysis Capability                      Activity Target 2:
      (NASPAC) model and the Airfield Delay Simulation                     Improve laboratory capabilities and integrate new
      Model (ADSIM+).                                                      tools and systems to support Phase 1.5 and 2.0 of
                                                                           the Staffed NextGen Tower (SNT) Study in the
          Activity Target 1:                                               NIEC laboratory. SNT Phase 1.5 will be
          Build initial NASPAC Graphical User Interface                    implementated. Due January 31, 2011
          (GUI) Due April 30, 2011                                         Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 2:                                               Improve laboratory capabilities and integraten new
          Integrate terminal airspace constraints into                     tools and systems to support Phase 1.5 and 2.0 of
          ADSIM+ Due August 31, 2011                                       the Staffed NextGen Tower (SNT) Study in the
                                                                           NIEC laboratory. SNT Phase 2.0 will be
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          implementated. Due May 31, 2011                                 Core Activity: Redefine OEP35 Airports
          Activity Target 4:                                              Identify the Focus Airports which play a large
                                                                          enough role in the aviation system to warrant extra
          Automate and integrate weather record and                       attention when planning and tracking investments.
          playback with the Target Generation Facility (TGF)              The 35 OEP airports were compiled in 2000 based
          and with the Distributed Environment for                        on lists from FAA and Congress, and a study that
          Simulation Rapid Engineering and                                identified the most congested airports in the U.S. In
          Experimentation (DESIREE). Due August 31, 2011                  2009 total landings and takeoffs at combined FAA
    Core Business Initiative: NextGen                                     and contract towers were down 10.4 percent from
                                                                          2008. Airports such as Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and
    Test Bed (G3M.03-01)                                                  St. Louis are no longer drivers of system
    The NextGen Test Bed provides an environment to                       performance and there may be other airports not in
    rapidly integrate prototype technologies and perform                  the OEP 35 to which we should be paying more
    demonstrations and evaluations of NextGen concepts.                   attention. Therefore, it is imperative that we identify
    Three primary test bed facilities will be integrated to               airports which need our focus and accelerate this
    allow multi-domain demonstrations and evaluations.                    transition as quickly as possible.
    In addition, the Test Bed sites will allow the integration
    of new and emerging technologies or applications into                   Activity Target 1:
    existing or planned NAS enhancements while fostering                    Develop a transition plan to move from the OEP
    government partnerships. One of the main purposes                       airports to the new airport groupings. Part of this
    of the Test Bed is to provide an environment that                       plan will include building the infrastructure for data
    allows open access for industry users and vendors                       capturing and reporting around the new airport
    such that new capabilities can be more rapidly                          groupings. Due September 30, 2011
    harnessed.                                                              Activity Target 2:
      Core Activity: NextGen Test Bed                                       Measure number of sites with validated data and
      Upgrade Florida Test Bed to provide connectivity to
                                                                            gather lessons learned to determine effectiveness
      other regional NextGen Test Beds and to support
                                                                            of the new focus airports. Due September 30,
      additional demonstration capabilities.
                                                                            2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 3:
          Connect to 1st regional location. Due July 31,                    Develop baseline performance targets for all sites.
          2011                                                              Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                   Core Business Target: Quarterly
          Establish architecture to connect to 2nd regional
          location. Due September 30, 2011                         NAS Operational Performance
  Core Business Target: Redefine                                   Review
                                                                   The Quarterly Performance Review is a process that
  OEP35 Airports                                                   ATO Ops leaders will use to report the achievement of
  Evaluate existing airport capacity levels and set                mission-critical objectives while enhancing cross-
  investment and infrastructure priorities and policies that       organizational communication, collaborative problem
  enhance capacity.                                                solving and accountability. Goal of FY2011 is to continue
                                                                   the development and deployment of the Quarterly NAS
    Core Business Initiative: Redefine                             Operational Performance Review process.
    OEP35 Airports
    Identify the Focus Airports which play a large enough               Core Business Initiative: : System
    role in the aviation system to warrant extra attention              Operations/System Efficiency –
    when planning and tracking investments. The 35 OEP
    airports were compiled in 2000 based on lists from
                                                                        Quarterly NAS Operational
    FAA and Congress, and a study that identified the                   Performance Review
    most congested airports in the U.S. In 2009 total                   AJR will provide support to the development of the
    landings and takeoffs at combined FAA and contract                  Quarterly NAS Operational Performance Review. The
    towers were down 10.4 percent from 2008. Airports                   System Efficiency Group will provide guidance,
    such as Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and St. Louis are no                oversight and coordination of ATO NAS operational
    longer drivers of system performance and there may                  performance metrics included in the Quarterly
    be other airports not in the OEP 35 to which we should              Performance Review. This includes assisting the
    be paying more attention. Therefore, it is imperative               Service Units with:
    that we identify airports which need our focus and                  - Identifying the actions, procedures and techniques
    accelerate this transition as quickly as possible.                  that may be contributing to the performance trends

                                                                        - Identifying what additional information may be
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    needed to identify the cause of trending                             & Enroute)

    - Developing initiatives to improve system performance               - Taxi Out Times (Terminal)

    - Identifying lessons learned                                        - Adjusted Operational Availability (Tech Ops)

    - Modifying or identifying new performance metrics                     Activity Target 1:
    and/or targets                                                         Assist Service Units in the development of
    The initial set of metrics will include:                               supporting perfomance targets for the initial set of
                                                                           identified metrics. Due January 31, 2011
    - Average Daily Capacity (ADC) (Terminal)                              Activity Target 2:
                                                                           Develop educational material that will increase the
    - Mile In Trail (MIT) Restrictions (Terminal & Enroute)                understanding of NAS Operational Performance
                                                                           Metrics, including: definitions, data source, metric
    - NTML Runway Accuracy (Terminal)                                      formula, how the target is set and any statistical
                                                                           issues known. Due March 31, 2011
    - Delays versus Operations (Terminal & Enroute)
                                                                           Activity Target 3:
    - Terminal Arrival Efficiency Rate (TAER) (Terminal &                  Implement and conduct quarterly telcons to
    Enroute)                                                               collaboratively evaluate operational performance
                                                                           indicators from a system perspective and aid in
    - Taxi Out Times (Terminal)                                            developing action plans to improve performance.
                                                                           Develop common reports to provide analysis and
    - Adjusted Operational Availability (Tech Ops)                         supportive information to communicate the issues
      Core Activity: System                                                that are driving the performance. These reports will
                                                                           also annotate and discuss what action is being
      Operations/System Efficiency –                                       taken and if there are additional resources or
      Quarterly NAS Operational Performance                                senior level decisions required to move forward.
      Review                                                               Due March 31, 2011
      AJR will provide support to the development of the                   Activity Target 4:
      Quarterly NAS Operational Performance Review.                        Work with AJG, AJE, AJT, & AJW to review
      The System Efficiency Group will provide guidance,                   effectiveness of existing metrics and finalize list of
      oversight and coordination of ATO NAS operational                    metrics to be used for FY 2012 Quarterly
      performance metrics included in the Quarterly                        Performance Reviews Due June 30, 2011
      Performance Review. This includes assisting the
      Service Units with:                                                Core Activity: Terminal Services
      - Identifying the actions, procedures and techniques               Operations – Quarterly NAS Operational
      that may be contributing to the performance trends                 Performance Review
                                                                         Terminal Services responsibility is for monitoring and
      - Identifying what additional information may be                   reporting on ATO NAS Operational Performance
      needed to identify the cause of trending                           metrics, including ADC, TAER, MIT Restrictions,
                                                                         NTML Runway Accuracy, Taxi Out Times and
      - Developing initiatives to improve system                         delays versus operations.
      performance
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
      - Identifying lessons learned                                        Work with AJR, AJW, AJE & AJG to identify
                                                                           performance targets for ATO NAS performance
      - Modifying or identifying new performance metrics                   metrics including: MIT Restrictions, NTML
      and/or targets                                                       Runway Accuracy, Taxi Out Times and Delays
      The initial set of metrics will include:                             versus Operations. Due January 31, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
      - Average Daily Capacity (ADC) (Terminal)
                                                                           Define and document the role of field/ATMs in the
      - Mile In Trail (MIT) Restrictions (Terminal &                       process. Due March 31, 2011
      Enroute)                                                             Activity Target 3:
                                                                           Ensure participation in quarterly performance
      - NTML Runway Accuracy (Terminal)                                    reviews and assess progress towards achieving
                                                                           year-end perfomance goals. Due March 31, 2011
      - Delays versus Operations (Terminal & Enroute)                      Activity Target 4:
                                                                           Work with AJR, AJW, AJE & AJG to review
      - Terminal Arrival Efficiency Rate (TAER) (Terminal                  effectiveness of existing metrics and finalize list of
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          metrics to be used for FY 2012 Quarterly                         To assist in the identification of constrained airspace
          Performance Reviews. Due June 30, 2011                           we need to improve our causal factor reporting of
                                                                           TMIs. Develop and implement refined requirements
      Core Activity: Technical Services                                    for NTML TMI causal factor reporting by end of FY
      Operations – Quarterly NAS Operational                               2011.
      Performance Review                                                     Core Activity: Improve Traffic
      Technical Services responsibility is for monitoring                    Management Initiative (TMI) Causal
      and reporting on ATO NAS Operational Performance
      metrics, including Adjusted Operational Availability.                  Factor Reporting
                                                                             To assist in the identification of constrained airspace
                                                                             we need to improve our causal factor reporting of
          Activity Target 1:                                                 TMIs. Develop and implement refined requirements
          Work with AJR, AJT, AJE & AJG to identify new                      for NTML TMI causal factor reporting by end of FY
          performance targets for ATO NAS performance                        2011.
          metrics. Due November 30, 2010                                       Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                               AJR will conduct analysis and disseminate findings
          Define and document the role of field/ATMs in the                    to AJT, AJG, AJW & AJE on how TMI causal
          process. Due March 31, 2011                                          factors are entered into NTML. Due January 31,
          Activity Target 3:                                                   2011
          Ensure participation in quarterly performance                        Activity Target 2:
          reviews and assess progress towards achieving                        In partnership with AJE, AJG, AJW and AJT
          year-end perfomance goals. Due March 31, 2011                        conduct a review of the causal factors and if
          Activity Target 4:                                                   necessary, develop a plan and redefine
          Work with AJR, AJT, AJE & AJG to review                              requirements to reduce the number of causal
          effectiveness of existing metrics and finalize list of               factors to a meaningful/useful number. Due June
          metrics to be used for FY 2012 Quarterly                             30, 2011
          Performance Reviews. Due June 30, 2011                               Activity Target 3:
    Core Business Initiative: Time                                             Update FAA Orders to reflect new requirements for
                                                                               causal factor reporting in NTML Due September
    Based Flow Management (TBFM)                                               30, 2011
    Metrics                                                                Core Business Initiative: Letters of
    AJR in partnership with AJE, AJT, AJG & AJW design,
    develop and implement TBFM metrics and targets                         Agreement and Standard Operating
    using comprehensive data collection analysis                           Procedures
    capability to measure TBFM performance.                                Implement requirement to review and update
      Core Activity: Define TMA Metrics                                    LOAs/SOPs yearly.
      Define a plan to implement daily and monthly TBFM                      Core Activity: Letters of Agreement and
      performance metrics and reports by FY2012.
                                                                             Standard Operating Procedures
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Implement requirement to review and update
          Identify and outline an initial set of performance                 LOAs/SOPs yearly.
          metrics, data requirements and data sources                          Activity Target 1:
          available to measure TBFM performance. Due
          March 31, 2011                                                       Redefine requirements and update FAA Orders on
          Activity Target 2:                                                   reviewing and updating LOAs/SOPS on a yearly
                                                                               basis. Due January 31, 2011
          Continue to develop and integrate TBFM data into                     Activity Target 2:
          existing data warehouses to support data
          requirements. Due September 30, 2011                                 Develop mechanism to track facility compliance.
          Activity Target 3:                                                   Due June 30, 2011
          Validate requirements and develop a business                       Core Activity: Review and Update
          case for a TMA Dashboard that would be                             LOAs/SOPs
          accessible to all levels of FAA management. Due                    Implement requirement to review and update
          September 30, 2011                                                 LOAs/SOPs yearly.
    Core Business Initiative: Improve                                          Activity Target 1:
    Traffic Management Initiative (TMI)                                        Review and update LOAs/SOPS yearly. Examine
                                                                               the current LOAs/SOPs for indications of practices
    Causal Factor Reporting                                                    that unduly complicate achieving full operational
                                                                               efficiency and customer flexibility. Reviewing
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          includes both content and relevance. Due                      Core Business Initiative: Surface
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                            Management Information
                                                                        The airport surface is a complex collection of
          Assess progress towards achieving yearly
                                                                        stakeholders, all trying to optimize their operations and
          compliance. Due June 30, 2011
                                                                        service their customers. It is therefore important to
    Core Business Initiative: Air Traffic                               have accurate and timely post-operational analysis
                                                                        data available to determine shortcomings and
    Activity Counts and Delay Data                                      resolutions associated with operations between the
    Ensures air traffic activity counts and delay data are              movement and the non-movement areas on the airport
    entered into the OPSNET system as required by FAA                   surface.
    Order JO 7210.3 and 7210.55.                                          Core Activity: Surface Management
      Core Activity: Air Traffic Activity Counts                          Information
      and Delay Data                                                      The airport surface is a complex collection of
      Ensures air traffic activity counts and delay data are              stakeholders, all trying to optimize their operations
      entered into the OPSNET system as required by                       and service their customers. It is therefore important
      FAA Order JO 7210.3 and 7210.55.                                    to have accurate and timely post-operational
                                                                          analysis data available to determine shortcomings
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          and resolutions associated with operations between
          Develop an activity counts and delay compliance                 the movement and the non-movement areas on the
          report and a build a mechanism for distributing the             airport surface.
          report to AJE & AJT on a monthly basis. Due June
          30, 2011                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:                                                Identify and baseline initial set of surface
          AJR will provide Service Unit Directors with                      management metrics. Due March 31, 2011
          quarterly Activity count and delay data reports.                  Activity Target 2:
          Due September 30, 2011                                            Incorporate surface management data into existing
          Activity Target 3:                                                metrics computations to improve the integrity of
          Ensure activity count and delay reporting is                      taxi time measurements. Due March 31, 2011
          accurate and compliant with the 7210.3 and                        Activity Target 3:
          7210.55. FY 2011 target 85% or greater                            Define additional real time airline data
          compliance. Due September 30, 2011                                requirements needed to improve our NAS
          Activity Target 4:                                                Operational Performance Metrics. Due September
          Assess progress towards achieving yearly                          30, 2011
          compliance. Due June 30, 2011                                     Activity Target 4:
      Core Activity: Activity count and delay                               In partnership with AJG & AJT, develop and
                                                                            evaluate a PDARS/ASDE-x prototype report to
      reporting
                                                                            measure tarmac times. Initial prototype will be
      Ensures air traffic activity counts and delay data are
                                                                            completed using JFK and DFW. JFK ASDE-x
      entered into the OPSNET system as required by
                                                                            information is available as of gate-out. DFW ASDE
      FAA Order JO 7210.3 and 7210.55.
                                                                            -X data is available as of entry in movement area.
          Activity Target 1:                                                Due June 30, 2011
          Ensure activity count and delay reporting is             Core Business Target: Evaluate
          accurate and compliant with the 7210.3 and
          7210.55. FY 2011 target 85% or greater                   Core Airports
          compliance. Due September 30, 2011                       Evaluate existing airport capacity levels and set
          Activity Target 2:                                       investment and infrastructure priorities and policies that
          Assess progress towards achieving yearly                 enhance capacity.
          compliance. Due June 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                        Core Business Initiative: Evaluate
          Ensure activity count and delay reporting are
                                                                        Core Airports
          accurate and compliant with FAA Orders 7210.3                 Evaluate existing airport capacity levels and set
          and 7210.55. FY 2011 target 85% or greater                    investment and infrastructure priorities and policies
          compliance. Due September 30, 2011                            that enhance capacity.
          Activity Target 4:                                              Core Activity: Evaluate Core Airports
                                                                          Evaluate the Core Airports which play a large
          Assess progress towards achieving yearly                        enough role in the aviation system to warrant extra
          compliance. Due June 30, 2011                                   attention when planning and tracking investments.

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          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Business Initiative: Forecast
          Develop a transition plan to move to the Core                   Analysis
          airports. Part of this plan will include building the           Conducts detailed demand forecasts at the service
          infrastructure for data capturing and reporting                 delivery point (SDP) level to assure accurate and
          around the new airport groupings. Due March 31,                 consistent workload planning and NAS modeling for
          2011                                                            investment analysis. Support the development of
          Activity Target 2:                                              comprehensive operating plans that enable ATO
          Measure number of sites with validated data and                 service units to meet target levels of performance.
          gather lessons learned to determine effectiveness                 Core Activity: Traffic Forecast
          of the new focus airports. Due September 30,                      Make schedules and projections available for ATO
          2011                                                              planning on a quarterly basis. For each set of Future
                                                                            Schedules listed in the targets below, AJG will
  Core Business Target:                                                     update the seasonal projections for the service
  Transitional Measure                                                      delivery points consistent with the future schedules.
  Develop transitional measures to support increasing                         Activity Target 1:
  focus on aviation's contribution to greenhouse gas
  emissions, reliance of fossil fuels and security.                           Produce 2 Future Schedules based on FY2010 Q4
                                                                              operations. Due November 30, 2010
    Core Business Initiative:                                                 Activity Target 2:
    Transitional Measure                                                      Produce 2 Future Schedules based on FY2011 Q1
    The Average Daily Capacity is a measure of the                            operations. Due February 28, 2011
    number of aircraft operations that the airport can                        Activity Target 3:
    accommodate, for departures and arrivals by time                          Produce 2 Future Schedules based on FY2011 Q2
    period. To align with NextGen's requirement to                            operations. Due April 30, 2011
    increase NAS capacity, an even greater need exists to                     Activity Target 4:
    achieve and maintain peak throughput performance by                       Produce 2 Future Schedules based on FY2011 Q3
    ensuring that we are using the most efficient arrival                     operations. Due August 31, 2011
    and departure profiles and identify opportunities to
    improve procedures. AJG in partnership with AJT &                       Core Activity: Future System Planning
    AJR will design, develop and implement an Airport                       and Policies
    Throughput Metric and targets using PDARS to                            Produces future scenarios, probabilistic forecasts,
    measure airport performance.                                            and operations impact analysis which establish
      Core Activity: Airport Throughput                                     frameworks for future system evaluations, planning
      Metric                                                                and policies.
      Define a plan to implement an Airport Throughput
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
      metric that can be incorporated into the Quarterly
      NAS Operational Performance Review by FY2012.                           Conduct operational assessments against
                                                                              projections using the FAA Terminal Area Forecast.
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Due June 30, 2011
          Develop and deploy a Performance Data and                           Activity Target 2:
          Analysis Reporting System (PDARS)Airport                            Analyzes facility growth rates and provide updates
          Throughput Metric Report for Core30/OEP                             to the metrics database. Due August 31, 2011
          airports. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                         Core Business Target: Strategic
          Incorporate into the Quarterly NAS Operational             Planning
          Performance Review. Due September 30, 2011                 Establish the direction of the ATO strategy enabling
                                                                     decision-making through the allocation of resources to
  Core Business Target: Service                                      pursue this strategy, including its capital and people.
  Delivery Point                                                     Employ various business analysis techniques to be used
  Deliver detailed demand forecasts at the service delivery          in strategic implementation.
  point (SDP) level to assure accurate and consistent
  workload planning and NAS modeling for investment
                                                                          Core Business Initiative: Strategic
  analysis. Support the development of comprehensive                      Planning
  operating plans that enable ATO service units to meet                   Provide support to the Strategy Steering Group (SSG)
  target levels of performance.                                           and Goal Area teams, leads the integration of the ATO
                                                                          Business Plan with the FAA Flight Plan by facilitating
                                                                          the identification of goals and performance measures
                                                                          by ATO service units and coordinates Capital
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    Investment Plan submission to Congress.
                                                                     Core Business Target:
      Core Activity: Planning Implementation                         Performance Analysis
      and Policies                                                   Gather formal and informal data to help the Air Traffic
      Provides the framework within which organizational             Organization define and achieve their performance goals.
      decisions and business activities are documented.              Analyze perspectives on a problem or opportunity,
                                                                     determining any and all drivers towards or barriers to
          Activity Target 1:                                         successful performance, and proposing a solution based
          Deliver Five Year Capital Investment Plan to               on what is discovered.
          Congress. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Core Business Initiative:
          Coordinate inputs and complete the Flight Plan
                                                                          Performance Analysis
          process with all Service Units. Due April 30, 2011              Deliver independent research and data to facilitate the
          Activity Target 3:                                              development of performance metrics that enable ATO
                                                                          service units to measure performance and progress
          Prepare a draft of the FY 2011 ATO Business                     toward agency and ATO goals.
          Plan. Due July 31, 2011                                         Provide performance status for the S-2 report and for
          Activity Target 4:                                              other special performance reports such as the
          Coordinate data transfers to PbViews for monthly                Operations Benefit Analysis Report for NY AIPO, NY
          metric updates. Due September 30, 2011                          Dashboard, the Haiti Relief report, etc.
          Activity Target 5:                                                Core Activity: Conduct independent
          Provide support for Strategy 2014. Prepare                        metric data evaluations and provide
          agendas and schedule SSG and EC Meetings.                         operational performance status.
          Due September 30, 2011                                            Conduct independent metric data evaluations and
                                                                            provide operational performance status.
  Core Business Target: Capacity
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
  Analysis                                                                    Develop the ATO Annual Performance Report.
  Evaluate system capacity and develop an assessment of
  needs that ensure adequate capacity is provided now                         Due March 30, 2011
  and into the future. Flow monitoring at strategic locations                 Activity Target 2:
  within the system will document current capacity                            Brief the Operations Council monthly. Due
  utilization and identify potential bottlenecks or restrictions              September 30, 2011
  that reduce system capacity.
                                                                     Core Business Target:
    Core Business Initiative: Capacity
    Analysis
                                                                     Operational Analysis
                                                                     By September 30, 2011 analyze the operations of 10% of
    Develop, maintain and enhance a robust suite of fast-            the ticketing carriers; trending the directional changes in
    time simulation models. Use fast-time airspace &                 delays and total operations.
    airport modeling simulation to answer, "What if"
    questions for the Next Generation Air Transportation                  Core Business Initiative: Operations
    System.                                                               Analysis
      Core Activity: Conduct Studies                                      Conduct formal analysis on operational services during
      Simulate airports and/or airspace to analyze the                    in-service management to determine how the service
      benefits and/or impacts of proposed capacity                        is contributing to the organization's performance and
      alternatives                                                        cost goals. Monitor the demand for services over time
          Activity Target 1:                                              and quantify existing or projected capability shortfalls.
                                                                            Core Activity: Performance Analysis
          Complete 1 Design Team Initiative Study. Due                      Analyze factors that drive the operational
          June 30, 2011                                                     performance of the NAS and develop NAS models
          Activity Target 2:                                                for operational analysis.
          Complete 1 Design Team Initiative Study (for a
          total of 2). Due September 30, 2011                                 Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 3:                                                  Generate 2 performance analysis reports. Due
          Complete 2 Service Volume Studies. Due                              August 31, 2011
          September 30, 2011                                                  Activity Target 2:
                                                                              Deliver revised National Airspace System model.
                                                                              Due September 30, 2011


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                                                                            31, 2011
  Core Business Target: Economic
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
  Analysis/Bureau of                                                        Baseline and prototype developmental metric. Due
  Transportation Statistics                                                 September 30, 2011
  Conduct economic analyses to quantify the impact of
  aviation on the national economy and report these                Core Business Target: Maintain
  findings in the bi-annual Economic Outlook. Updated
  twice a year, the Economic and Financial Outlook
                                                                   Viable Maintenance Alert
                                                                   Ensure SRM requriement for maintenance alerts are
  presents an overall picture of the state of the aviation
                                                                   100% compliant.
  economy. It also includes forecasts for the major
  economic and financial variables.                                     Core Business Initiative:
    Core Business Initiative: Economic                                  Maintenance Alerts
    Analysis/Bureau of Transportation                                   Maintain and manage maintenance alerts and the
                                                                        maintenance moratorium program.
    Statistics                                                            Core Activity: Ensure a safe and secure
    Provide air transport industry reports, fuel reports and
    identifies economic indicators and international trends.              NAS
                                                                          Promote safe and secure NAS by enhancing
      Core Activity: Economic Analysis                                    information security systems and identifying safety
      Identify economic impacts on in the air transportation
                                                                          risk management processes.
      industry.
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Maintain a 100% viable ATO maintenance alert
          Develop the economic outlook briefing. Due
                                                                            and maintenance moratorium program. Due
          September 30, 2011
                                                                            September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
          Complete the Economic Impact of Civil Aviation on        Core Business Target: Improve
          the US Economy report. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                       NAS Performance
                                                                   Review maintenance data for negative trends in
          Continue to update and revise the monthly
                                                                   reliability, maintainability and supportability and develop
          economic indicators. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                   plans for imprvovement.
          Activity Target 4:
          Provide support to NAT/EFG semi-annually. Due                 Core Business Initiative: Improve
          September 30, 2011                                            reliability, maintainability and
  Core Business Target: Facility                                        supportability
                                                                        Improve reliability, maintainability and supportability of
  Metric                                                                NAS systems and services
  Improve the collection and analysis of data to promote                  Core Activity: NAS Management
  better use of facility data in planning, policymaking,                  Review maintenance data for negative trends in
  managing, monitoring, and evaluating facility health. The               reliability, maintainability and supportability and
  underlying premise is that improving the use of                         develop plans for improvement.
  information in facility decision making will lead to more
  efficient service delivery.                                               Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative: Facility                                      Resolve 80% of operational issues identified from
                                                                            operations forum telecons, technical exchange
    Metric                                                                  meetings, and contract maintenance activities.
    Develop consolidated operational facility metric                        Due September 30, 2011
    (Terminal, En Route, Sys Ops, Tech Ops): possibly a                     Activity Target 2:
    delivery and efficiency metric
                                                                            Incorporate RMM into one FAA Academy
      Core Activity: Establish measurement                                  Equipment Course. Due September 30, 2011
      objectives for a facility metric.
      This entails documenting the purpose for which                      Core Activity: Technical Refresh
      measurement and analyses is done, and specifying                    Tech Refresh
      the kinds of actions that may be taken on the results
      of the data analyses.                                                 Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Continue implementation of National Technical
                                                                            Operation Control Center (TOCC) Technical
          Document the measurement objective Due August                     Refresh. Due September 30, 2011
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  Core Business Target: Increase                                    Core Business Target:
  capacity to meet expected                                         Operational Concept
  demand                                                            Development
  Weather Detection Technology to Improve Efficiency of             Serve as the agency NextGen focal point, ensure
  Operations or Maintenance                                         NextGen Operational Concepts are consistent with the
                                                                    NextGen Concept of Operations. Develop 2nd Level
    Core Business Initiative: Integrated                            Concepts of Operations, analyses supporting concept
    Terminal Weather System (ITWS)                                  validation, or requirements for NextGen programs.

    (CIP#:W07.01-00)                                                     Core Business Initiative: Conduct
    ITWS weather processor program                                       analyses on NextGen concepts in
      Core Activity: Identify and implement                              support of concept validation and
      procedures and technology to improve                               infrastructure.(M08.29-00)
      the dissemination of weather                                       Conduct analyses to optimize ATC infrastructure and
                                                                         support applications of trajectory based operations..
      information to pilots and controllers
      Identify and implement procedures and technology
                                                                           Core Activity: Conduct analyses on
      to improve the dissemination of weather information                  NextGen concepts in support of
      to pilots and controllers                                            concept validation and infrastructure.
                                                                           Conduct analyses to optimize ATC infrastructure and
          Activity Target 1:                                               support applications of trajectory based operatons.
          Provide new ITWS remote service availability at
          three (3) Integrated Terminal Weather System                       Activity Target 1:
          (ITWS) Segment 3 Secondary / Reliever Airport Air                  Develop the capaility to export convective weather
          Traffic Control Towers (ATCTs) Due June 30,                        polygons for use with current simulation models.
          2011                                                               Due July 29, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                                 Activity Target 2:
          Provide new Integrated Terminal Weather System                     Commence cognitive walkthrough of the Staffed
          (ITWS) remote service availability at three (3)                    NextGen Tower concept for small and medium
          additional for a total of six (6) Integrated Terminal              airports. Due September 30, 2011
          Weather System (ITWS) Segment 3 Secondary /
          Reliever Airport Air Traffic Control Towers (ATCTs)     International Leadership
          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                  As the number of international passengers and aviation
  Core Business Target: NextGen                                   activities across the globe increase every year, it becomes
                                                                  even more important for the United States to continue to be
  Implementation                                                  the gold standard for aviation safety. To make this happen,
  Performance/Reporting                                           the FAA actively builds partnerships and shares knowledge
  NextGen Implementation Performance/Reporting                    to create a safe, seamless, and efficient global aviation
                                                                  system. Our premise is simple: national boundary lines
                                                                  should not be impediments to safety. That's why we've
    Core Business Initiative: NextGen                             worked with over 130 countries and regional organizations
                                                                  to provide technical assistance and training.
    Implementation
    Performance/Reporting                                         We've continued to work closely with the International Civil
    NextGen Implementation Performance/Reporting                  Aviation Organization (ICAO) to promote our critical safety
                                                                  and capacity initiatives with the larger international
      Core Activity: NextGen Implementation                       audience, with a clear focus to ensure global harmonization
      Performance/Reporting                                       of NextGen's performance-based systems and procedures.
      NextGen Implementation Performance/Reporting                We also promote the important work that ICAO does
                                                                  through its Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program
                                                                  (USOAP). Adherence to international standards is
          Activity Target 1:                                      everyone's responsibility, and everyone's gain.
          NextGen Implementation Performance/Reporting
          Due September 30, 2011                                  With NextGen technologies and procedures, FAA works to
                                                                  improve aviation system efficiency and establish seamless
                                                                  operations beyond our borders while reducing aviation's
                                                                  environmental footprint. We continue harmonizing
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standards and procedures with our neighbors in Mexico                      and the global aviation community.
and Canada. We are comparing our aviation system with
those of Japan and the European Union to identify future                     Activity Target 1:
equipment and procedural needs. We also are expanding
our cooperative efforts with China to collaborate on future                  Manage bilateral and regional cooperative ADS-B
NextGen air traffic initiatives.                                             projects to encourage standardization, adoption
                                                                             and increased use by key global partners. Due
Environmental issues continue to be a large part of our                      September 30, 2011
efforts. The FAA is a key player in ICAO's Group on                      Strategic Initiative: Enhance
International Aviation and Climate Change as it develops
an international strategy to address aviation greenhouse                 Capacity
gas emissions. We continue our work with European and                    Develop and implement capacity enhancing
industry partners through the Atlantic Interoperability                  applications such as Performance Based Navigation
Initiative to Reduce Emissions (AIRE). To address                        (PBN), embracing current operational capabilities to
environmental issues in the Pacific region, we established               the maximum extent possible.
the Asia and South Pacific Initiative to Reduce Emissions                  Strategic Activity: Technical Cooperation
(ASPIRE) partnership. We expect that initiatives like AIRE                 with China - ATMB
and ASPIRE will serve as a framework for similar                           ATO will support cooperative activities with the Civil
cooperative efforts in other parts of the world.                           Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and its Air
                                                                           Traffic Management Bureau (ATMB) under the
The FAA's international priorities support the future needs                US/China Joint Air Traffic Steering Group (JATSG).
of the global aviation system by addressing fundamental
international aviation challenges today. Through                             Activity Target 1:
partnerships, innovation, and collaborative efforts, we work                 Conduct the 8th US/China Joint Air Traffic Steering
with the rest of the world to ensure the safety of air travel,               Group (JATSG/8) meeting with the China Air
increase the efficiency of the global aviation system, and                   Traffic Management Bureau (ATMB). Due May 31,
contribute to the well-being of the environment.                             2011
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
  Flight Plan Target: NextGen
                                                                             Finalize the JATSG 2011-12 Work Plan. Due June
  Technology                                                                 30, 2011
  By FY 2014, expand the use of NextGen performance-                         Activity Target 3:
  based systems and concepts to five priority countries.                     Manage ATO support to the US/China Aviation
  FY 2011 Target: 1 country                                                  Cooperation Program (ACP). Due September 30,
    Strategic Initiative: Export                                             2011
    Technologies                                                           Strategic Activity: RNAV/RNP
    Work with the international civil aviation community to                Applications
    adopt enabling systems, such as the Global                             Promote global implementation of U.S. Performance
    Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) and ADS-B, to                       Based Navigation (PBN) concepts and applications,
    improve safety of flight operations.                                   including area navigation (RNAV) and required
       Strategic Activity: Global Navigation                               navigation performance (RNP) procedures.
       Systems Support                                                       Activity Target 1:
       Promote strategic U.S. satellite navigation
       technologies and procedures, including the Global                     Demonstrate RNAV/RNP applications via
       Positioning System (GPS), its wide and local area                     educational seminars or concept demonstrations in
       augmentations systems with key civil aviation                         at least two countries. Due September 30, 2011
       authorities and the global aviation community.                      Strategic Activity: RNP Standardization
                                                                           Support ICAO and the global aviation community
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           with performance-based navigation (PBN)
          Manage bilateral and regional cooperative GPS-                   implementation.
          based projects to encourage adoption and
          increased use of GPS and augmentation-related                      Activity Target 1:
          technologies with key global partners. Due                         Support ICAO PBN Study Group meetings, ICAO
          September 30, 2011                                                 regional forums, and bilateral forums with position
       Strategic Activity: Global Surveillance                               papers and expertise as necessary Due
                                                                             September 30, 2011
       Systems Support
       Promote strategic U.S. surveillance technologies,                 Strategic Initiative: NextGen Global
       including Automatic Dependent Surveillance -
       Broadcast (ADS-B), with key civil aviation authorities
                                                                         Harmonization
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    Manage international activities in support of the                    leadership in regional International Civil Aviation
    NextGen Global Harmonization Working Group and                       Organization and inter-organizational workgroups
    FAA NextGen collaboration programs with civil                        and decision making process.
    aviation and interagency partners.
      Strategic Activity: NextGen International                            Activity Target 1:
      Activity                                                             Assess progress towards achievement of year-end
      Manage the planning for, and execution of key                        performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
      NextGen international activities with key regional                   Activity Target 2:
      aviation authorities, organizations, USG                             Coordinate with international partners at selected
      stakeholders and industry members.                                   international meetings. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                             Strategic Activity: CANSO
                                                                         Manage ATO participation in the Civil Air Navigation
          Coordinate with the NextGen and Ops Planning
                                                                         Services Organization (CANSO), including but not
          Service Unit to support established and maturing
                                                                         limited to the Chief Executive Officers conferences,
          cooperative projects and initiatives with, but not
                                                                         the Executive Committee meetings, and select
          limited to, the countries of Japan and China. Due
                                                                         working groups.
          September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                               Activity Target 1:
          Manage ATO support for NextGen and European                      Identify strategic ATO support activities for
          SESAR Joint Undertaking (SJU) harmonization                      FY2011. Due December 30, 2010
          efforts, EUROCONTROL Coordination Committee                      Activity Target 2:
          and Strategic Executive Meetings (SEM), and
                                                                           Manage ATO support of and participation in
          European Commission Industry Consultation Body
                                                                           CANSO Working Groups, senior level meetings,
          (ICB) meetings. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                           and regional projects. Due September 30, 2011
    Strategic Initiative: Optimize                                       Strategic Activity: ASPIRE Procedures
    Efficiencies                                                         and Test Demonstrations
    Work with the Civil Air Navigation Services                          Expand the environmental approach to oceanic air
    Organization (CANSO) and civil aviation authorities to               traffic management through the multi-State ASia and
    improve global air navigation system efficiencies                    Pacific Initiative to Reduce Emissions (ASPIRE)
    through beneficial partnerships such as AIRE and                     partnership.
    ASPIRE to promote systems, procedures and
    concepts that improve global interoperability, system                  Activity Target 1:
    harmonization, and support a reduction of aviation's                   Publish the 3rd annual ASPIRE Progress Report.
    environmental footprint.                                               Due September 30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: AIRE Procedures and                              Activity Target 2:
      Test Demonstrations                                                  Lead the ASPIRE Planning Team to progress
      Evaluate tools and procedures under the Atlantic                     existing strategic ASPIRE initiatives and activities
      Interoperability Initiative to Reduce Emissions                      in throughout the Asia Pacific region. Due
      (AIRE) and Asia and Pacific Initiative to Reduce                     September 30, 2011
      Emissions (ASPIRE) Programs in order to minimize
      aviation's environmental footprint.                         Core Business Target: Strategy
          Activity Target 1:                                      and Performance International
          Conduct the fourth annual Industry Day for the          Activities
          Atlantic Interoperability Initiative to Reduce          Implement and directly relate 100% of Strategy 2015
          Emissions program to status partners and                objectives to Air Traffic Organization (ATO) activities.
          stakeholders. Due July 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                           Core Business Initiative: Strategy
          Continue to collect metrics and evaluate                     and Performance Planning -
          throughout FY11 to determine the amount of jet
          fuel and emissions being reduced by the AIRE                 International
          partnership demonstrations. Due September 30,                Provide leadership and a focal point for ATO's
          2011                                                         international activities through its strong international
                                                                       knowledge base and ability to build coalitions and
      Strategic Activity: AJE - En Route &                             global consensus with planned ATO systems,
      Oceanic Services                                                 procedures, standards, and policies. Provide direct
      Ensure harmonization of service improvements                     technical support and strategic guidance to carry out
      through collaboration with international and industry            day-to-day requirements by operational facilities that
      service providers by active participation and                    interface with foreign air navigation service providers.
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      Core Activity: ATO International                              Planning/Coordination with
      Corporate Development
      Coordinate ATO international activities and initiatives       International Air Traffic Flow
      that support the continued development of ATO best
      business practices and processes, as well as a
                                                                    Management Organizations
                                                                    Enhance the efficiency of global air traffic management
      coordinated international strategic vision.                   by coordinating with appropriate international
          Activity Target 1:                                        organizations.
          Develop and publish the annual ATO International               Core Business Initiative: Traffic
          Strategic Plan. Due January 31, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                         Management Planning
          Coordinate ATO activities in support of ongoing                Teleconferences with International
          and future employee exchange programs with                     Organizations
          foreign Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs)               Develop and implement a method to conduct planning
          to assist the ATO with its development of best                 teleconferences with appropriate international
          business practices. Due September 30, 2011                     organizations in order to enhance the efficiency of
                                                                         global air traffic management.
      Core Activity: ATO International
                                                                           Core Activity: Traffic Management
      Support
      Support ATO strategic global, regional, and bilateral                Planning with International
      meetings, events and activities in an effort to                      Organizations
      harmonize U.S. and international technologies and                    Enhance the efficiency of global air traffic
      systems.                                                             management by coordinating with appropriate
                                                                           international organizations.
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                             Activity Target 1:
          ICAO Headquarters - Coordinate ATO support for
          ICAO Global efforts, including but not limited to                  Establish operational planning telcons with the
          oversight of USOAP action plan commitments, the                    Colombian and Australian Air Traffic Flow
          annual filing of differences to ICAO standards in                  Management organizations. Due September 30,
          accordance with FAA Order JO7000.6, ATO                            2011
          participation in panels and other groups, and lead                 Activity Target 2:
          ATO coordination with the API International Policy                 Coordinate with EUROCONTROL, NATS UK, NAV
          Office. Due September 30, 2011                                     CANADA and other North Atlantic ANSPs to
          Activity Target 2:                                                 develop the process and procedures for managing
          Americas - Coordinate ATO support for strategic                    the daily JFK international arrival flows from
          activities, including but not limited to ICAO                      Europe. Due September 30, 2011
          Caribbean and South America Regional Meetings,                     Activity Target 3:
          North American Aviation Trilateral (NAAT) efforts,                 Coordinate Hurricane Hunter operational
          and specific bilateral and multilateral projects, and              procedures with international air traffic flow
          lead ATO coordination with the API Western                         management organizations. Due September 30,
          Hemisphere Office. Due September 30, 2011                          2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                           Core Activity: Traffic Flow Management
          Asia Pacific - Coordinate ATO support for strategic
          activities, including but not limited to ICAO Asia               Systems (TFMS) for International
          Pacific Regional Meetings, Asia Pacific Directors                Organizations
          General Meeting, Informal air traffic coordination               Enhance the efficiency of global air traffic
          groups, and specific bilateral and multilateral                  management with appropriate international
          projects. Due September 30, 2011                                 organizations through the implementation and
          Activity Target 4:                                               enhancements of Traffic Flow Management Systems
                                                                           (TFMS).
          Europe/Africa/Middle East and Global - Coordinate
          ATO support for strategic activities, including but                Activity Target 1:
          not limited to ICAO European Regional Meetings,
                                                                             Update international geographical data in the
          Cross Polar Air Traffic Working Group activities,
                                                                             Traffic Flow Management System (TFMS) for
          and Iraq/Afghanistan infrastructure rebuilding
                                                                             Mexico and prepare for the application of Flight
          efforts. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                             Schedule Monitor (FSM). Due September 30, 2011
  Core Business Target: Traffic                                              Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Coordinate with the TFMS Program Office and
  Management                                                                 with TFMS sites in Europe to add weather

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          products to the system for use in these regions.                 Activity Target 1:
          Due May 31, 2011                                                 Demonstrate International leadership and
                                                                           cooperation through participation in global
  Core Business Target:                                                    Civil/Military ATM Security conferences and
  Collaborate with International                                           meetings sponsored by ICAO, NEASCOG, ATCA,
                                                                           or other agencies. Brief Manager, AJR-22 on
  Partners on Air Domain Security                                          accomplishments and issues within 30 days of
  System Operations Security Strategic Operations will                     meetings. Compliance report to Manager, AJR-22
  coordinate with Department of State (DOS) and other                      Due September 30, 2011
  stakeholders on special air traffic related handling (e.g.,              Activity Target 2:
  secure routing) of flights by select States (e.g., countries
                                                                           Interface with International Air Traffic System
  of special security interest to the U.S.) designated as
                                                                           Operations Security counterparts in organizations
  Special Interest Flights (SIF) in order to mitigate potential
                                                                           and facilities with similar ATM security
  security threats. The group will provide air traffic
                                                                           responsibilities for tours of facilities, discussions
  operations related support of and coordination on (e.g.,
                                                                           regarding air security issues, and development of
  special ATC handling) of flights operating in the U.S.
  under the Open Skies treaty, which enables 34 party                      trusted relationships that could lead to
  States to conduct security related activities.                           establishment of ATM security interface with the
                                                                           United States. Brief Manager, AJR-22 on
    Core Business Initiative: Strengthen                                   accomplishments and issues within 30 days of
                                                                           meetings. Compliance report to Manager, AJR-22
    ATM Operational and Security                                           Due September 30, 2011
    Capabilities with International                                      Core Activity: Promote Regional
    Partners                                                             Acceptance of US ATM Security
    Collaborate with partners to strengthen ATM
    operational and security capabilities within the NAS.                Processes
                                                                         Promote regional acceptance of U.S. ATM security
      Core Activity: Work with ICAO and                                  processes through expanded outreach efforts,
      Regional Forums to Enhance                                         proliferation of U.S. expertise and exchange of
      Civil/Military Coordination                                        information, support of targeted training and
      Work through appropriate ICAO and regional forums                  educational events, and pursuit of strategic bilateral
      to develop and implement strategies to enhance                     arrangements to improve operational communication
      cooperation among Civil Aviation Authorities,                      and expansion of flight data exchange.
      ANSPs, military, and/or other defense/security
      entities.                                                            Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Participate in the FAA Crisis Response Working
          Activity Target 1:                                               Group (CRWG) for International Situations and
          Participate in development of air traffic                        Events. Report to Manager, AJR-22 with in 30
          management (ATM) security guidelines with the                    days of situation or event. Compliance report to
          ICAO ATM Security Informal Working Group. Brief                  Manager, AJR-22 Due September 30, 2011
          Manager, AJR-22 on the results and issues of                     Activity Target 2:
          meetings within 30 days of meetings. Compliance                  Participate in development of the ATO
          report to Manager, AJR-22 Due September 30,                      International Strategy Working Group to develop
          2011                                                             the ATO International Strategy. Report to
          Activity Target 2:                                               Manager, AJR-22 on a monthly basis on meetings
          Participate in the ICAO Civil/Military Informal                  and issues. Compliance report to Manager, AJR-
          Cooperation Working Group to discuss common                      22 Due September 30, 2011
          solutions for ATM problems and issues affecting                  Activity Target 3:
          Civil/Military coordination. Brief Manager, AJR-22               Participate in the NEXTGEN Global Harmonization
          on accomplishments and issues within 30 days of                  Working Group. Brief Manager, AJR-22 on a
          meetings. Compliance report to Manager, AJR-22                   quarterly basis of meetings and issues.
          Due September 30, 2011                                           Compliance report to Manager, AJR-22 Due
      Core Activity: Work with ICAO and                                    September 30, 2011
      Regional Forums to Enhance Air Traffic                             Core Activity: Strengthen Air Domain
      Management (ATM) security                                          Worldwide Crisis Management
      Strengthen ATM operational and security capabilities               Participate in worldwide crisis management venues
      working through appropriate ICAO and regional                      to ensure ATM security issues are properly
      forums                                                             addressed for crisis activities such as disaster relief,
                                                                         reconstitution following terror attacks, and
                                                                         containment of pandemic diseases.
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          Activity Target 1:                                              Strategic Activity: AJF FAA
          Participate in ICAO Regional Aviation Medicine                  Reauthorization
          Team meetings to address issues regarding                       Implement legislation as necessary for FAA's
          Cooperative Arrangements for Preventing the                     reauthorization.
          Spread of Communicable Diseases Through Air
          Travel (CAPSCA). Brief Manager, AJR-22 on                         Activity Target 1:
          accomplishments and issues within 30 days of                      Implement legislation as necessary for FAA's
          meetings. Compliance report to Manager, AJR-22                    reauthorization by dates consistent with the
          Due September 30, 2011                                            reauthorization legislation implementation plan.
          Activity Target 2:                                                Due September 30, 2011
          Publish CDC FAA Memorandum of Agreement                       Strategic Initiative: Leadership
          and reporting procedures in accordance with ICAO
          Annex 9 for sick passengers with possible                     Development
          communicable diseases on international flights.               Each LOB/SO will track and report quarterly on their
          Quarterly (and, if appropriate, within 30 days of             compliance with corporate leadership development
          any meetings), brief Manager, AJR-22 on                       policies and initiatives.
          accomplishments and issues. Due September 30,                   Strategic Activity: ATO Leadership
          2011                                                            Development Compliance
                                                                          Each FAA organization will report quarterly in
Organizational Excellence                                                 pbviews on steps taken to improve or sustain timely
                                                                          training and certification of probationary managers,
The ATO strives to improve its organizational excellence                  participation in corporate leadership development
both externally and internally by engaging our external                   programs such as PEL and SLDP, and maintenance
customers, partners, stakeholders and employee unions;                    of Continuing Management Education hours.
and fostering internal people-driven service excellence.
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
The goal of engaging our customers, partners,                               Report on steps taken to improve or sustain timely
stakeholders and employee unions works towards                              completion of probationary training and
achieving a long-term shared commitment to a sustainable                    certification. Reports are due quarterly starting
and responsive air transportation system. This will be                      December 31, 2010. Due September 30, 2011
accomplished by creating a transparent, documented                          Activity Target 2:
framework to address the needs of current and emerging
                                                                            Report quarterly on steps taken to meet
customers, partners and stakeholders. We will work to
                                                                            Continuing Management Education requirements
strengthen our business planning and keeping our
                                                                            for incumbent managers. Reports are due
customers, partners and stakeholders well informed as
                                                                            quarterly starting December 31, 2010. Due
well. Another high priority will also be to promote
                                                                            September 30, 2011
constructive labor management relations with our
employee unions.                                                        Strategic Initiative: Harassment,
Fostering people-driven service excellence involves
                                                                        Reprisal, and Retaliation Free
creating a service-oriented climate in which our employees              Workplace
continuously learn, embrace innovation and share                        Each FAA organization will track and report quarterly
accountability for success. We will work to inspire high                on LOB/SO actions to foster a workplace free of
performance through developing leadership at all levels.                harassment, reprisal, and retaliation.
We will strive to build and retain a diverse, highly skilled,             Strategic Activity: Harassment, Reprisal
motivated and productive workforce. We believe all of                     and Retaliation Free Workplace
these actions will make the ATO a great place to work.                    Each FAA organization will track and report quarterly
  Flight Plan Target: Leadership                                          in pbviews on their compliance with this initiative in
                                                                          terms of the numbers of people trained.
  and Accountability
  (Objective) Make the organization more effective with                     Activity Target 1:
  stronger leadership, a results-oriented, high performance                 Report quarterly the number of new managers who
  workforce, and a culture of accountability.                               have completed Frontline Managers training,
                                                                            eLMS Course #FAA30200099 - Frontline
    Strategic Initiative: Legislative                                       Managers Course - Phase 1. Due September 30,
    Proposal for Reauthorization                                            2011
    Work with the Administration, Congress, and                             Activity Target 2:
    stakeholders to develop and implement FAA                               Report quarterly the number of managers who
    reauthorization legislation.                                            have completed eLMS course #FAA30200134 -

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          Accountability Board Training for FAA Managers.              Strategic Activity: Cost Control Willow
          Due September 30, 2011                                       Run Air Traffic Control Tower
          Activity Target 3:                                           Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing staffing
          Report quarterly the number of employees who                 levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and
          have completed in-person training sessions                   other similar facilities.
          provided by the Accountability Board or by
          Accountability Board Human Resources Points of                 Activity Target 1:
          Contact. (eLMS Course #FAA30200174 -                           Assess progress towards achieving year-end goal.
          Supervisory Skills Training, Accountability Board              Due March 30, 2011
          Training for FAA Managers; or eLMS Course                      Activity Target 2:
          #FAA30200177 - Instructor-Led Accountability                   Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing
          Board Training for All Employees. Due September                staffing levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control
          30, 2011                                                       Tower and other similar facilities. Due September
          Activity Target 4:                                             30, 2011
          Report quarterly the number of employees who
          have completed other training sessions that                  Strategic Activity: AJT-4 Cost Control
          addressed harassment, retaliation, or reprisal in            Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower
          the workplace. (Your training coordinators should            Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing staffing
          enter this data into eLMS with the appropriate               levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and
          course number or as an "External Event".) Due                other similar facilities.
          September 30, 2011
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
    Strategic Initiative: New Hires with                                 Assess progress towards achieving year-end goal.
    Targeted Disabilities                                                Due March 30, 2011
    Each FAA organization will track and report quarterly                Activity Target 2:
    on actions taken in support of the Secretary of                      Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing
    Transportation's fiscal year goal that 3 percent of all              staffing levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control
    new hires are individuals with targeted (severe)                     Tower and other similar facilities. Due September
    disabilities.                                                        30, 2011
      Strategic Activity: ATO actions in                               Strategic Activity: AJT-6 Cost Control
      support of DOT FY goal that 3% of all                            Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower
      new hires are individuals with targeted                          Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing staffing
      disabilities                                                     levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and
      ATO will track and report quarterly on actions taken             other similar facilities.
      to support the Secretary of Transportation's fiscal
      year goal that 3 percent of all new hires are                      Activity Target 1:
      individuals with targeted (severe) disabilities.                   Assess progress towards achieving year-end goal.
                                                                         Due March 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                             Activity Target 2:
          ATO will provide to ACR a standard quarterly                   Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing
          report outlining actions taken to increase their               staffing levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control
          workforce percentage of individuals with targeted              Tower and other similar facilities. Due September
          disabilities. Due September 30, 2011                           30, 2011
  Flight Plan Target: Cost Control                                     Strategic Activity: AJT-C Cost Control
  Organizations throughout the agency will continue to                 Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and
  implement cost efficiency initiatives in 2011 such as: $20           Other Similar Facilities
  million in savings for strategic sourcing for selected               Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing staffing
  products and services and a reduction of $30 million in              levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and
  Information Technology operating costs. FY 2011 Target:              other similar facilities.
  90% of targeted savings.
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
    Strategic Initiative: Cost Control                                   Assess progress towards achieving year-end goal.
    Program                                                              Due March 30, 2011
    Implement line of business-specific cost efficiency as               Activity Target 2:
    well as agency-wide initiatives to reduce costs or                   Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing
    improve productivity.                                                staffing levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control
                                                                         Tower and other similar facilities. Due September
                                                                         30, 2011
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                                                                         personnel cost savings.
      Strategic Activity: AJT-E Cost Control
      Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
      Other Similar Facilities
      Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing staffing                 Achieve 90% of the projected $28,976,000 year
      levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and                   end savings. Due September 30, 2011
      other similar facilities.                                          Strategic Activity: ATO Discontinuance
          Activity Target 1:                                             of Unused Instrument Landing Systems
                                                                         ATO will investigate the viability of discontinuance of
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end goal.               unused instrument landing systems at the
          Due March 30, 2011                                             Philipsburg, PA airport. If feasible, ATO will
          Activity Target 2:                                             implement the activity in FY2011.
          Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing
          staffing levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control                Activity Target 1:
          Tower and other similar facilities. Due September                ATO will investigate the viability of discontinuance
          30, 2011                                                         of unused instrument landing systems at the
                                                                           Philipsburg, PA airport. If feasible, ATO will
      Strategic Activity: AJT-W Cost Control                               implement the activity in FY2011. Investigation
      Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and                             must be completed by March 31, FY 2011. Full
      Other Similar Facilities                                             discontinuance must be completed by September
      Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing staffing                 20, FY2011. Due September 30, 2011
      levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control Tower and
      other similar facilities.                                          Strategic Activity: ATO NACO High
                                                                         Performing Organization Cost Control
          Activity Target 1:                                             Activity
          Assess progress towards achieving year-end goal.               By restructuring its chart agent distribution network,
          Due March 30, 2011                                             taking advantage of technological advancements in
          Activity Target 2:                                             cartography and printing, and integrating database
          Evaluate and implement plans for optimizing                    systems in a manner consistent with their
          staffing levels at Willow Run Air Traffic Control              established plan, the National Aeronautical Charting
          Tower and other similar facilities. Due September              Office (NACO) will gain significant operational
          30, 2011                                                       efficiencies. NACO will submit to ABA the same
                                                                         reports submitted to OMB on a quarterly basis for
      Strategic Activity: ATO NavAids Cost                               the first three quarters. These reports will detail
      Control Activity                                                   NACO's progress in achieving program
      ATO Tech Ops will eliminate or reduce FAA use of                   management cost avoidance savings and reduction
      obsolete technology by either removing from service                in the cost recoverable gap.
      or transferring from federal operation unused
      Navigational Aids. ATO will track and report on a                    Activity Target 1:
      monthly basis the number of NavAids removed and                      Achieve 90% of the $8,471,044 projected year end
      the associated monthly savings.                                      savings. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                           Strategic Initiative: Productivity and
          Report monthly on the number of Navigational                 Financial Metrics
          Aids discontinued from service and savings                   Each FAA organization will develop, track, and report
          associated with each. Due September 30, 2011                 quarterly on a comprehensive measure of its operating
      Strategic Activity: ATO Service Area                             efficiency or financial performance. These measures
                                                                       will include: ATO cost per controlled flight, AIP grants
      Consolidation Cost Control                                       administration, staff office overhead rates, grievance
      The Service Area Restructuring is an ATO initiative              processing time, and cost per accounting transaction.
      designed to increase productivity and create
                                                                         Strategic Activity: ATO Efficiency
      operational efficiencies by consolidating
      administrative, staff support, and engineeering                    Measure: Cost per Controlled Flight
      services personnel in FAA's nine regional offices in               Measure the cost per controlled flight and report
      to three service center locations. This initiative                 quarterly to ABA. The FY 2011 estimated target is
      began in FY2005 and is expected to continue                        $652.26.
      through FY2014.                                                      Activity Target 1:
      As a result of these productivity and efficiency gains               Report quarterly (Q4 FY 2010 and Q1-3 FY 2011)
      ATO will be able to provide a higher level of service                to ABA, within 60 days of quarter close, on the
      with fewer personnel, which will produce significant                 cost per controlled flight. Due September 30, 2011
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          Activity Target 2:                                              Activity Target 5:
          Provide updated FY 2012 template for review and                 Provide updated FY 2012 template for review and
          approval in time to be included in the FY 2012                  approval in time to be included in the FY 2012
          Business Plan. Due June 15, 2011                                Business Plan. Due June 15, 2011
      Strategic Activity: ATO Efficiency                                Strategic Activity: ATO: Efficiency
      Measure: System Planning and                                      Measure: ATO Overhead Rate
      Resource Management Budget                                        Track and report ATO overhead obligations, to
      Sustain FY 2011 System Planning and Resource                      include service area, service unit and HQ overhead,
      Management budget at 2% or less of total RE&D                     as a percent of total ATO labor obligations and
      budget.                                                           report quarterly to ABA. The 2011 target is 18
                                                                        percent.
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Report quarterly to ABA on results of System
          Planning and Resource Management budget. Due                    Report quarterly (Q4 FY 2010 and Q1-3 FY 2011)
          October 31, 2010                                                to ABA, within 60 days of quarter close, on the
          Activity Target 2:                                              ATO overhead rate. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 2:
          Report quarterly to ABA on results of System
          Planning and Resource Management budget. Due                    Provide updated FY 2012 template for review and
          January 31, 2011                                                approval in time to be included in the FY 2012
          Activity Target 3:                                              Business Plan. Due June 15, 2011
          Report quarterly to ABA on results of System                Strategic Initiative: Asset
          Planning and Resource Management budget. Due
          April 30, 2011
                                                                      Management
                                                                      Improve management of FAA's real property assets by
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                      optimizing maintenance costs and disposing of excess
          Report quarterly to ABA on results of System                assets.
          Planning and Resource Management Budget. Due                  Strategic Activity: Annual Real Property
          July 31, 2011
          Activity Target 5:
                                                                        Inventory
                                                                        Support Real Property Asset Management Inventory
          Provide updated FY 2012 template for review and               by utilizing efficient methodologies to determine
          approval in time to be included in the FY 2012                existence and condition of real property.
          Business Plan. Due June 15, 2011                              Methodology will utilize reliable data, replacement
      Strategic Activity: ATO Efficiency                                and repair request data, statistical sampling and
                                                                        limited physical testing.
      Measure: RE&D Management Workforce
      Maintain an R,E&D management workforce                              Activity Target 1:
      comprising no more than 10% of the overall RE&D
                                                                          Compete 80 percent of the annual real property
      workforce.
                                                                          inventory target. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
          Report 4th quarter FY 2010 result to ABA on the
                                                                 Flight Plan Target: Critical
          percentage of the management workforce                 Acquisitions on Budget
          comprising the overall RE&D workforce. Due             In FY 2009, 90 percent of Major System Investments are
          October 31, 2010                                       within 10 percent variance of current baseline total
          Activity Target 2:                                     budget estimate at completion (BAC). FY 2011 Target:
          Report quarterly to ABA on the percentage of the       90%
          management workforce comprising the overall                 Strategic Initiative: Program
          RE&D workforce. Due January 31, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                          Management Processes
                                                                      Implement and improve program management
          Report quarterly to ABA on the percentage of the
                                                                      processes to remain within acquisition cost and
          management workforce comprising the overall
                                                                      schedule baselines.
          RE&D workforce. Due April 30, 2011
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                        Strategic Activity: For FY2011 90% of
                                                                        Acquisition programs are within 10% of
          Report quarterly to ABA on the percentage of the
          management workforce comprising the overall                   CIP total funding amount
          RE&D workforce. Due July 31, 2011                             For FY2011 90% of Acquisition programs are within
                                                                        10% of CIP total funding amount: Track and report
                                                                        on Critical Acquisition Programs: Provide the

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      management discipline and infrastructure for                       Strategic Initiative: Use Investment
      monitoring critical programs and delivering products
      on schedule and on budget                                          Criteria to Manage Programs
                                                                         Develop, document, and use investment criteria to
          Activity Target 1:                                             manage major capital programs.
          Establish FY11 list of critical acquisition programs             Strategic Activity: Capital Programs
          for 90%goal by October 1, 2010. Due October 1,                   Planning and Investment Control (CPIC)
          2010                                                             Ensure that Capital Planning activities are conducted
          Activity Target 2:                                               in a sound, business-like way, and in accordance
          Complete coordinated 5 year Capital Investment                   with cyclical (e.g., budget, strategic, and acquisition)
          Plan to establish Cost targets and submit with the               planning requirements.
          2012 Budget. Due February 28, 2011                                 Activity Target 1:
    Strategic Initiative: Use Investment                                     Review and finalize business plans to ensure
    Criteria to Manage Programs                                              capital investments have clearly identified and
                                                                             tagged fiscal year milestones for performance
    Develop, document, and use investment criteria to
                                                                             reporting and accomplishment Due September 30,
    manage major capital programs.
                                                                             2011
      Strategic Activity: Capital Programs
      Planning and Investment Control                               Flight Plan Target: Information
      Ensure that Capital Planning activities are conducted
      in a sound, business-like way, and in accordance              Security Program
      with cyclical (e.g., budget, strategic, and acquisition)      Achieve zero cyber security events that disable or
      planning requirements.                                        significantly degrade FAA mission critical Line of
                                                                    Business systems. FY 2011 Target: 0
          Activity Target 1:
          Review and finalize business plans to ensure
                                                                         Strategic Initiative: Cyber-Security
          capital investments are clearly identified.                    Plan
          Complete by 9/11 Due September 30, 2011                        Protect FAA's information infrastructure using
                                                                         advanced cyber defense strategies and understand all
  Flight Plan Target: Critical                                           dimensions for Advanced Persistent Threat (APT).
                                                                         Develop and implement a plan to bring in advanced
  Acquisitions on Schedule                                               tools and techniques to combat this threat.
  In FY 2009, 90 percent of Major System Investments
  selected annual milestones are achieved. FY 2011
                                                                           Strategic Activity: Achieve Zero Cyber
  Target: 90%                                                              Security Events that Disable or
                                                                           Significantly Degrade FAA Systems.
    Strategic Initiative: Program                                          Implement an efficient and effective cyber security
    Management Processes                                                   program in accordance with the Federal Information
    Implement and improve program management                               Security Management Act of 2002 and contingent on
    processes to remain within acquisition cost and                        funding, perform selected program activities.
    schedule baselines.                                                      Activity Target 1:
      Strategic Activity: Program Management
                                                                             Recertify 15 ATO administrative information
      and Control Processes                                                  systems by each system's anniversary date. Due
      Provide the management discipline and                                  September 30, 2011
      infrastructure for tracking, monitoring, and reporting
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
      program milestone completions for critical
      acquisition programs. These processes will be used                     Perform Annual assessments on 18 ATO
      to manage all programs that are reporting against                      administrative information systems. Due
      the 90% Acquisition goal                                               September 30, 2011
                                                                             Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Develop and implement an ATO information
          Establish FY11 list of critical programs and their                 security architecture. Due September 30, 2011
          selected milestones by October 15, 2010 Due
          October 15, 2010                                                 Strategic Activity: ISS Compliance
          Activity Target 2:                                               Program.
                                                                           ATO will implement an efficient and effective cyber
          Monitor, identify, and report monthly on
                                                                           security program.
          established program schedule activities and dates
          by September 2011. Due September 30, 2011


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          Activity Target 1:                                            Strategic Activity: ATO-F Support for
          Identify key personnel with significant ISS roles             Integrating Standards in Software
          and responsibilities by Oct31, 2010 and ensure                Development.
          ISS Awareness training is taken and documented                ATO-IT will continue to refine its Software
          for FISMA compliance. Due May 31, 2011                        Development Lifecycle (SDLC) to include
          Activity Target 2:                                            touchpoints to the enterprise architecture through
          Participate in the ISS Compliance Program Plan                the use of Portfolio Management and integrated
          activities and implement compliance review                    System Methodology (iSM) for strategic projects.
          checklists. Due March 31, 2011                                Contingent on funding, perform selected integration
          Activity Target 3:                                            efforts.
          Coordinate and implement agency IT/ISS orders.                  Activity Target 1:
          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Implement FAA CIO Council approved software
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                          development standards. Due September 30, 2011
          Sensitivity levels for each system must be
          identified and documented based on Federal                  Strategic Initiative: Unauthorized
          requirements and guidelines contained in OMB                Disclosure
          Circular A-130, FIPS 199. Due September 30,                 Protect FAA-sensitive and individual privacy
          2011                                                        information from unauthorized disclosure.
          Activity Target 5:
                                                                        Strategic Activity: Stabilize Information
          Contingency and Disaster Recovery Plan (C/DRP)                Assurance/Privacy Operations
          must be developed, tested, and maintained for all             Protect FAA-sensitive and individual privacy
          FAA information systems. Due September 30,                    information from unauthorized disclosure.
          2011
          Activity Target 6:                                              Activity Target 1:
          Report cyber incident information to the CSMC on                Ensure approval is obtained for PTA by Privacy
          an on-going basis. Due September 30, 2011                       Officer during development of system
          Activity Target 7:                                              characterization. If PIA is required ensure the
          All information systems owned or operated by the                Privacy Officer approves the PIA by the
          FAA or on the behalf of the FAA must be C&A'd by                anniversary date. Due September 30, 2011
          the system's C&A anniversary date. Due                          Activity Target 2:
          September 30, 2011                                              All Privacy systems that have an annual
                                                                          assessment for 2011 are required to conduct
    Strategic Initiative: Enterprise                                      Privacy compliance and develop remediation plans
    Architecture Conformance                                              for all identified findings. Due September 30, 2011
    Enable enterprise-wide conformance to information                     Activity Target 3:
    technology enterprise architecture.                                   Develop a plan that is approved by the Privacy
      Strategic Activity: Support for                                     Office to remediate PII vulnerabilities identified
      Integrating Standards and Configuration                             during DLP/Security scanning and Privacy
      Management.                                                         compliance reviews and then implement
      ATO-W will continue to lead a cross-LOB team in                     remediation according to the plan. Due September
      maintaining CM processes and procedures for non-                    30, 2011
      NAS applications, hardware, and systems software.                   Activity Target 4:
                                                                          Reduce or eliminate personally identifiable
          Activity Target 1:                                              information (PII) in ATO C&A'd systems by 10%.
          Lead a cross-agency team to maintain CM                         Due September 30, 2011
          processes and procedures for Non-NAS IT.
          Monitor the process and have the team test and         Flight Plan Target: OPM Hiring
          revise the Non-NAS IT procedures as they evolve.
          Due September 30, 2011                                 Standard
                                                                 By FY 2010, 80 percent of FAA external hires will be
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                 filled within OPM's 45-day standard for government-wide
          Contingent upon completion of supporting related       hiring. FY 2011 Target: 80%
          activities (O9E5B10, target 4; and 10E5B1, target
          4), verify compliance with FAA CM policy by the             Strategic Initiative: External
          Configuration Control Board. Due September 30,              Recruiting
          2011                                                        In external recruitment efforts, implement corporate
                                                                      strategies that expand the applicant pool to ensure
                                                                      equal opportunity to all applicants and result in
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    attracting high quality candidates to the FAA.                        Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Provide data to support the accrual of assets
      Strategic Activity: ATO Mission-Critical                            placed in service or capital activity that should be
      Hiring                                                              expensed but not processed in Delphi on a
      Identify mission-critical external hires.                           quarterly basis including an assurance of the
                                                                          submission signed by the head of ARC. The
          Activity Target 1:                                              variance should not exceed +/- 1% of the CIP
                                                                          balance as reported for the period ended within 60
          Update and submit FY11 and FY12 hiring                          days of the period end. Due September 30, 2011
          projections for mission-critical occupations. Due               Activity Target 2:
          February 28, 2011
                                                                          Capitalize new assets within 65 days of being
  Flight Plan Target: Reduce                                              placed in service 90% of the time. Due September
                                                                          30, 2011
  Workplace Injuries                                                    Strategic Activity: Service Center
  Reduce the total workplace injury and illness case rate to
  no more than 2.44 per 100 employees by the end of FY                  Support on Capitalization of Assets
  2011, and maintain through FY 2013. FY 2011 Target:                   Provide timely and accurate capitalization of assets.
  2.44 per 100 employees
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
    Strategic Initiative: Reduce
                                                                          Provide data to support the accrual of assets
    Workplace Injuries                                                    placed in service or capital activity that should be
    Reduce workplace injuries through employee safety                     expensed but not processed in Delphi on a
    program evaluations and OSHA Voluntary Protection                     quarterly basis, including an assurance of the
    Program measures.                                                     submission signed by the ATO Vice President for
      Strategic Activity: ATO OSH Support                                 Service Centers. The variance should not exceed
      ATO is committed to supporting initiatives, programs                +/- 1% of the CIP balance as reported for the
      and policies that improve agency-wide performance                   period ended within 60 days of the period end.
      in employee safety and health in the workplace                      Due September 30, 2011
      environment.                                                        Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                              Capitalize new assets within 65 days of being
          ATO will conduct EOSH program management                        placed in service 90% of the time. Due September
          evaluations in each service area using such                     30, 2011
          measures as safety mishap investigation and                     Activity Target 3:
          recordkeeping, safety training, and safety                      Support a review and validation (including a
          inspections. Due July 30, 2011                                  statistical verification of the results) of FAA
          Activity Target 2:                                              capitalized personal property assets with a NBV
          Conduct and document workplace inspections and                  less than $100K as reported in the financial
          abate identified hazards in ATO facilities in each              records as of 30 September 2010 and not included
          service area. Due August 15, 2011                               in FY 2010 asset validation process. Process any
                                                                          adjustments as necessary. Due September 30,
  Flight Plan Target: Unqualified                                         2011

  Audit Opinion                                                         Strategic Activity: TechOps Support of
  Obtain an unqualified opinion on the agency's financial               Capitalization
  statements (Clean Audit with no material weaknesses)                  Support timely and accurate capitalization of assets.
  each fiscal year. FY 2011 Target: Unqualified audit
  opinion with no material weaknesses each fiscal year                    Activity Target 1:
    Strategic Initiative: Capitalization of                               Support a review and validation (including a
                                                                          statistical verification of the results) of FAA
    Assets                                                                capitalized personal property assets with a NBV
    Improve timeliness and accuracy of financial                          less than $100K as reported in the financial
    transactions by capitalizing assets in a timely manner.               records as of 30 September 2011 and not included
      Strategic Activity: ATO Finance Support                             in FY 2011 asset validation process. Process any
      on Capitalization of Assets                                         adjustments as necessary. Due September 30,
      Submit ATO-F representation for accrual of assets                   2011
      placed in service but not yet entered in Delphi by
      quarter.


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    Strategic Initiative: Cost                                           Strategic Initiative: ATC Workforce
    Reimbursable Contracts                                               Plan
    Improve the overall management of cost-reimbursable                  Implement the hiring, training, staffing analysis, and
    contracts through oversight controls and the Defense                 management recommendations of the Air Traffic
    Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) audit process.                          Controller Workforce Plan to support FAA's safety
      Strategic Activity: DCAA Audits of Cost                            mission and meet external stakeholder requirements.
      Reimbursable Contracts                                             Update and report annually on agency progress.
      Determine number of cost reimbursable contracts                      Strategic Activity: ATO-T Hire and Train
      $100 million or more in the estimated value, the                     Terminal Air Traffic Controllers
      request DCAA audits on those over $100 million.                      Terminal Services Execution of the ATC Workforce
                                                                           Hiring Plan - Establish Facility Hiring Plan
          Activity Target 1:                                               requirements and Select potential candidates for
          Order audits on cost reimbursable contracts over                 placement into Terminal Facilities.
          $100 million and report on audit status quarterly, in
          January 2011, April 2011, July 2011 and                            Activity Target 1:
          September 2011. Due September 30, 2011                             Establish a final facility specific hiring plan. Due
      Strategic Activity: Cost Reimbursable                                  October 1, 2010
                                                                             Activity Target 2:
      Contract Close-outs
      Close a percentage of Cost Reimbursable contracts                      Select the required number of potential candidates
      that become eligible for close-out. The number of                      to meet Terminal's hiring goal. Due August 1, 2011
      eligible contracts is defined as all Cost Reimbursable               Strategic Activity: AJE Support for Air
      contracts that ended performance in the preceding
                                                                           Traffic Controller (ATC) Hiring
      fiscal year.                                                         En Route Services Execution of the ATC Workforce
          Activity Target 1:                                               Hiring Plan - Establish Facility Hiring Plan
                                                                           requirements and select potential candidates for
          Close 90% of the number of cost Reimbursable                     placement into En Route Facilities.
          contracts that become eligible for close-out and
          report quarterly by January 30, 2011, April 30,                    Activity Target 1:
          2011, July 30, 2011 and September 30, 2011. Due                    Establish a final facility specific hiring plan. Due
          September 30, 2011                                                 October 1, 2010
    Strategic Initiative: IT Audit Findings                                  Activity Target 2:
                                                                             Select the required number of potential candidates
    Closeout prior year information technology Audit
                                                                             to meet En Route's hiring goal. Due August 1,
    Findings not later than the second quarter of each
                                                                             2011
    fiscal year, and receive no significant deficiencies
    related to new IT Notices of Findings and                              Strategic Activity: ATC Controller
    Recommendations (NFR).                                                 Training
      Strategic Activity: IT AUDIT FINDINGS.                               Track the number of new hire training completions
      Correct high and medium vulnerabilities and receive                  per quarter from developmental to certified
      no Significant Deficiencies related to new IT Notices                professional controller (CPC), for a total of 1000 new
      of Findings and Recommendations (NFRs).                              hire completions by September 30, 2011.
          Activity Target 1:                                                 Activity Target 1:
          Evaluate compliance with published AMS                             Achieve at least 1000 new hire training
          standards for the contractor exit process through                  completions for FY 2011. Due September 30, 2011
          National Acquisition Evaluation Program (NAEP).
          Due December 31, 2010                                            Strategic Activity: Air Traffic Controllers
          Activity Target 2:                                               Workforce Plan Coordination - Hiring
                                                                           Coordinate and report on the initiative efforts to
          Implement corrective actions to AMS if required to
                                                                           maintain the ATC Workforce Plan Annual Hiring
          facilitate improved contractor exit process. Due
                                                                           within 2% of the Air Traffic Controller Workforce
          February 28, 2011
                                                                           Hiring Plan Targets.
  Flight Plan Target: ATC                                                    Activity Target 1:
  Positions Workforce Plan                                                   Report progress on meeting ATC Actual on Board
  Maintain the air traffic controller workforce within 2%,                   (AOB) monthly targets as indicated in the Federal
  above or below, the projected annual totals in the Air                     Personnel Payrool System (FPPS). Due
  Traffic Controller Workforce Plan. FY 2011 Target: At or                   September 30, 2011
  up to 2% above annual target
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      Strategic Activity: ATC Workforce Plan                                December 31, 2010
      Provide executive leadership to ensure Terminal
      Services execution of the ATC Worforce Hiring Plan           Core Business Target: Achieve
      through establishment of facility hiring plan
      requirements and selection of potential candidates           Terminal Services Staffing Ratio
      for placement into Terminal Facilities.                      Target
          Activity Target 1:                                       Achieve the Terminal Services direct/indirect staffing
                                                                   ratio of 8.28 by September 2012 (FY11 Target = Achieve
          Establish a final facility specific hiring plan. Due     the Terminal Services direct/indirect staffing ratio of 9.28)
          October 1, 2010                                          by ensuring the efficient and effective provision of
          Activity Target 2:                                       terminal services by providing core business support
          Select the required number of potential candidates       functions for Mission Support.
          to meet Terminal's hiring goal. Due August 1, 2011
                                                                        Core Business Initiative: Provide
  Flight Plan Target: Continuity of                                     Support to Enable Achievement of
  Operations                                                            Terminal Services Staffing Ratio
  Exceed Federal Emergency Management Agency
  continuity readiness levels by 5 percent. FY 2011
                                                                        Target
                                                                        Provide the Mission Support functions necessary to
  Target: exceed FEMA targets by 5%
                                                                        enable safe, efficient and cost-effective delivery of
    Strategic Initiative: Web-Based                                     terminal Air Traffic Control (ATC) services at annual
                                                                        target levels.
    Emergency Operations Tools                                            Core Activity: Terminal Services
    Develop web-based emergency operation information-
    sharing tools that create a common operational picture                Mission Support
                                                                          Provide management direction and guidance
    and support effective decision making.
                                                                          concerning interfaces and tactical requirements for
      Strategic Activity: Support - Web-Based                             terminal services. Present and defend the
      Emergency Operations Tools                                          Department of Transportation/FAA positions with
      Support the development of EON as an FAA-wide                       respect to terminal air traffic issues in formal and
      emergency management communications tool.                           informal meetings with key officials. Provide direction
                                                                          for executing the terminal portion of the Controller
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Workforce Plan including staffing, hiring, terminal
          AJR-2 will provide detailed emergency operations                traffic analysis and training as it relates to all
          reporting requirements to support the development               terminal facilities. Provide guidance and oversight
          of the Emergency Operations Network. Due                        for new hire technical training.
          December 31, 2010
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
    Strategic Initiative: Improve
                                                                            Achieve the ATO-Terminal direct/indirect staffing
    Operational and Corporate Crisis                                        ratio of 9.28 Due September 30, 2011
    Response Structures
    Improve the use and functionality of operational and           Core Business Target: Conduct
    corporate crises response structures such as                   EEO Training
    specialized hurricane coordination cells and continuity        Assist agency efforts to prevent discrimination by
    of operations programs.                                        increasing management and employee awareness with
      Strategic Activity: ATO improvement of                       regard to EEO responsibilities and appropriate behaviors
      operational crisis response structures                       by training three percent (3%) of the FAA workforce and
      ATO will, in cooperation with FEMA and other                 provide training to 50% of all new Air Traffic Student
      partners, further strengthen air navigation services         hires. Develop new EEO training course that will meet
      (e.g., ATM and airspace management) related                  agency needs and create a library of EEO materials.
      provisions in the National Response Framework
      (NRF) related interagency response mechanisms                     Core Business Initiative: Prevent
      such as the Hurricane Contingency Plan                            Discrimination through EEO
      (CONPLAN) generated annually by FEMA, as well
      as the NRF itself.
                                                                        Training
                                                                        Assist agency efforts to prevent discrimination by
          Activity Target 1:                                            increasing management and employee awareness in
                                                                        EEO through training.
          Finalize resolution of FAA comments on FEMA's
          State and Local Aviation Plan with target of                    Core Activity: Conduct EEO Training
          resolving all remaining open issues. Due                        and Briefings to include the mandatory
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      No FEAR Training                                                        Activity Target 1:
      Conduct EEO Training and Briefings to include the                       Track those activities that were accomplished to
      mandatory No FEAR Training.                                             maintain and
                                                                              sustain facilities in accordance with priority of tasks
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                              in Project Scope Agreement with Western Service
          Develop a training schedule for ATO distribution to                 Center. Conduct 3 assessments and produce 3
          the Office of Civil Rights, Accountability Board and                reports. Due September 30, 2011
          ATO Service Units. Due February 28, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                                Core Activity: Direct User Access
          Ensure that 60% of ATO management workforce                       Terminal Services (DUATS)
          attends at least one Model Workplace and                          DUATS gives the aviation community access to
          Diversity Workshop, which includes EEO training.                  weather and aeronautical information and flight
          Due August 31, 2011                                               planning tool via computer. The DUATS program will
          Activity Target 3:                                                be sustained until all agree that the Service Provider
                                                                            is supplying equal or better service via their Flight
          Ensure that 100% of all eligible ATO employees                    Services solution.
          complete the OPM mandated No Fear Training.
          Due December 31, 2010                                               Activity Target 1:
                                                                              Continue to acquire and monitor DUAT service
  Core Business Target: Providing                                             until equal or better service is available from the
  Continuing Government Activity                                              AFSM Web Portal. Sustain DUATS service as
  Provide Continuing Government Activities in support of                      needed. Due September 30, 2011
  delivering Flight Services in such areas as quality, cost
  tracking, and budgeting.
                                                                          Core Business Initiative: Flight
                                                                          Services Strategic Planning
    Core Business Initiative: Flight                                      Oversee the development of flight Services strategic
    Services Business Operations                                          vision fior the future that includes requirment
    Develop an automated survey on Employee Services                      documents and needs of Flight Services and General
    and provide to 50% of personnel receiving personal                    Aviation that can be incorporated in NexGen.
    type services such as inquiries or issues surrounding                   Core Activity: NextGen Requirements
    salary, promotion, transfers, details, etc. Data will be                for Flight Services/General Aviation
    collected over the fiscal year to set a baseline by                     Integration
    which future service improvements will be gauged.                       Continue development of Strategic Plan that
      Core Activity: Manage Flight Service                                  included needs and requiements of Flight
      Budget                                                                Services/General Avation that can be incorporated
      Examine and report expected savings and cost                          into the NextGen architecture.
      avoidances resulting from the AFSS A-76 and
      realignment of overall Flight Services organization.                    Activity Target 1:
                                                                              Gain approval of Flight Services Concept of
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Operations. Due July 31, 2011
          Monitor spending and identify and report variances                  Activity Target 2:
          against budgets not to exceed 3%. Due August 31,                    Conduct 2 user forums and/or outreach programs
          2011                                                                with industry to ensure a common focus for the
                                                                              future. Due March 31, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: Flight
    Services Project Management                                      Core Business Target: ATCSCC
    Conduct competitive acquisition of Alaska Flight
    Service Modernization (AFSM) automation system
                                                                     Relocation to New Facility
                                                                     Construct a new ATCSCC facility in 2011 on the FAA's
    which will provide operational efficiencies and improve
                                                                     owned property to overcome the constraints of the
    delivery of flight services.
                                                                     existing building.
      Core Activity: Flight Services Alaska
      Assessment                                                          Core Business Initiative: ATCSCC
      Conduct an audit of each Alaskan Flight Services                    Relocation to Vint Hill Campus in
      facility to identify and prioritize what is required to
      maintain and sustain the facilities. In coordination                Warrenton, Virginia
      with Technical Operations and Western Service                       Relocate to new facility to realize significant cost
      Center, develop a plan to maintain and sustain                      avoidance over 21 years once occupied
      Alaskan Flight Services facilities.


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      Core Activity: Begin Construction of                                    Activity Target 2:
      New ATCSCC Facility                                                     Develop a standardized AJS recruitment package
      ATCSCC Modernization supports this goal by                              process for use by all AJS directorates. The
      reducing expenses through constructing a facility on                    recruitment package will focus on improving the
      FAA owned property instead of leasing office space.                     personnel actions process by developing a
      Under ATCSCC Modernization, the FAA will achieve                        standard operating procedure and standardized
      cost avoidance benefits projected at $121.4M (risk                      templates that allow managers to input information
      adjusted then-year) from FY2011-2031.                                   directly into the template utilizing KSN. The SOP
                                                                              and template will be created and tested by April
          Activity Target 1:                                                  30, 2011; and implemented by July 31, 2011. Due
          Complete installation and testing of equipment in                   September 30, 2011
          March 2011. No cost will be avoided until the                       Activity Target 3:
          facility is commissioned. Due March 30, 2011                        Establish a database for the AJS Wireless Device
          Activity Target 2:                                                  program to monitor expenditures and track
          Commission new facility and decommission old                        inventory. Database should include statistical
          facility in June 2011. No cost will be avoided until                information such as volume of devices that are
          the facility is commissioned. Due June 30, 2011                     ordered, lost, stolen, cancelled, and/or replaced on
                                                                              an annual basis. Database requirements defined
  Core Business Target: Increase                                              by March 31, 2011; database implemented by
                                                                              June 30, 2011; and begin monthly reporting by
  Productivity in Administrative                                              July 31, 2011. Due September 30, 2011
  and Business Operations                                                     Activity Target 4:
  For fiscal year 2011, the Directorate of Comptroller,                       Conduct annual personal property inventory and
  Planning, and Administration is committed to enhancing                      complete inventory report. Begin preparations for
  performance and increase productivity through monthly                       FY 2011 inventory by developing a project plan
  reporting of personnel actions and the identification and                   including milestones reflecting timelines, activities,
  improvement of two administrative business processes                        and deliverables associated with accomplishing
  documented by the implementation of a Standard                              the annual personal property inventory. Draft
  Operating Procedure (SOP).                                                  project plan due April 30, 2011. Due September
                                                                              30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: Ensure
    World-Class Administrative and                                   Core Business Target: AJG
    Business Operations                                              PC&B Financial Management
    Air Traffic Organization's Office of Safety's                    Maintain Personnel, Compensation and Benefits (PC&B)
    Comptroller, Planning, and Administration Directorate            data integrity for the ATO Strategy and Performance
    is committed to ensuring World-Class Administrative              organization (AJG) to improve the effectiveness of
    and Business Operations. The directorate is continuing           established processes and decision-making.
    efforts to: a) improve the efficiency and quality of our
    key processes, including reworking them as needed,                    Core Business Initiative: PC&B
    to optimize the cycle time; and b) deliver superior                   Analysis and Assessment
    services and systems to our users.                                    Provide management oversight to monitor and assess
      Core Activity: Core AJS Administration                              financial and strategic planning accountability with the
      The Director of Administration position serves as the               ATO Strategy and Performance organization.
      primary liaison to the Office of Safety Vice President                Core Activity: AJG PC&B Decision-
      and other organizations within the U.S. Department
      of Transportation/Federal Aviation Administration
                                                                            Making
                                                                            Manage AJG PC&B data analysis and assessments
      and outside entities (e.g., Congress, the General
                                                                            to maintain data integrity and improve the
      Accounting Office, private industry, and the general
                                                                            effectiveness of established processes
      public). Provides leadership, direction and guidance
      to staff specialists involved with providing a wide                     Activity Target 1:
      range of administrative and support services to the
                                                                              Analyze and assess PC&B data on a monthly
      Vice President.
                                                                              basis and provide a monthly report to AJG
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Executive Staff and make recommendations to
                                                                              SVP.. Due September 30, 2011
          Provide a monthly status on the movement of
          personnel actions, including all incoming personnel
          requests from management, awards, permanent
                                                                     Core Business Target:
          change of station processing, etc. Due September           Improving Competency
          30, 2011
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  AJL will leverag people, process and tools to improve                   Activity Target 1:
  knowledge ans skills for ATO technical personnel.                       Develop a analysis report of the existing Job Task
                                                                          Analysis (JTA) data and ATO curriculum. (AJL-43)
    Core Business Initiative: Improving                                   Due March 30, 2011
    Individual Competency                                                 Activity Target 2:
    Develop and improve methods of providing technical                    Develop an implementation plan to align
    training to ensure individual competency.                             instructional components to Job Task data (such
      Core Activity: Training Technology -                                as proficiency, recurrent and refresher training,
      Development & Delivery                                              media and ISD guidance, etc.) (AJL-43) Due June
      Expanding technology for training development and                   30, 2011
      delivery.
                                                                        Core Activity: Training Content
          Activity Target 1:                                            Architecture - Instructional Guidance
          Create a final version of the Learning Content                Develop instructional design and development
          Management System (LCMS) business case. (AJL                  guidance and standards for ATO Technical Training.
          -41) Due December 31, 2010                                      Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Conduct an analysis and provide a unified
          COnduct a proff of concept for virtual classroom                standards and procedures document of existing
          technology for Tech Ops and Air Traffic training,               FAA, ATO, and Academy instructional guidance
          get feedback from students on effectiveness. (AJL-              and standards. (AJL-43) Due June 30, 2011
          41) Due June 30, 2011
                                                                        Core Activity: Air Traffic Controller -
      Core Activity: Training Technology -
                                                                        Facility Training Improvement
      Training Process Improvement                                      Improve Air Traffic Controller facility training
      Updating current systems to improve individual                    individual competency.
      competency.
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Develop and implement a fight deck training
          Define and implement a prototype process for                    initiative and ensure that it is available as a
          updating orders (i.e. Documentum). (AJL-41) Due                 voluntary training opportunity. Due March 1, 2011
          June 30, 2011                                                   Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Redesign Stage II, II IV training for the En Route
          Develop technical and user standards for training               speciality to reflect ERAM functionality. Target
          simulations. (AJL-41) Due September 30, 2011                    75% completed by EOY. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                              Activity Target 3:
          Establish a process to communicate impact of                    Redesign On-The-Job Training Instructor training
          NextGen changes to AJL training programs. (AJL-                 (cadre, initial and refresher). Target 50%
          41) Due December 31, 2010                                       completed by EOY. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Tech Ops - Proficiency
      and Refresher Training
                                                                      Core Business Initiative: Improving
      Increase the knowledge of ATSS students through                 Organizational Competency
      training.                                                       Develop and improve methods of providing technical
                                                                      training to ensure organizational competency.
          Activity Target 1:                                            Core Activity: Tech Ops - Course
          Implement the proficiency assessments for all                 Redesign
          theory of operations courses for ATSS students.               Develop methods to redesign ATSS training
          (AJL-12) Due September 30, 2011                               courses.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Design and implement an ATSS refresher training
          strategy. (AJL-12) Due June 30, 2011                            Implement the plan to redesign concepts courses
                                                                          to eliminate redundancies in equipment and
      Core Activity: Training Content                                     content courses. (AJL-12) Due September 30,
      Architecture - Curriculum Architecture                              2011
      Develop a comprehensive job task analysis (for
      controllers and technicians) aligned with                         Core Activity: Training Content
      competencies and learning objectives, assessments                 Architecture - Instructional Design
      and media selection.                                              Support the development of technical training
                                                                        materials with instructional design expertise.

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          Activity Target 1:                                            To secure, manage, and protect the necessary radio
          Develop and manage a course project list (i.e.                frequency spectrum resources to support the safe and
          Mandatory Briefing Items and course maintenance               efficient opertion of the National Airspace System.
          schedule). (AJL-43) Due March 31, 2011                          Core Activity: Develop Civil Aviation
                                                                          Spectrum Standards.
      Core Activity: Quality Assurance &                                  Develop Civil Aviation Spectrum Standards.
      Reporting - Evaluations
      Implement internal evaluations to ensure processes
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
      are documented and followed.
                                                                            Defend US civil aviation positions at the 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC)
          Develop and implement evaluation and reporting                    Due September 30, 2011
          toolset (i.e. monthly metrics reporting and drill               Core Activity: Protect Civil Aviation
          down data) for AJL training program. (AJL-42) Due
          March 31, 2011                                                  Spectrum
                                                                          Protect Civil Aviation Spectrum
  Core Business Target:
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
  Implement and facilitate FAA
                                                                            Establish EMC protection (criteria, allocations, etc)
  organizational excellence goals                                           for all new NAS systems. Due September 30, 2011
  within the Central Service Area                                           Activity Target 2:
  Implement and facilitate FAA organizational excellence                    Complete 100% of requested Spectrum
  goals within the Central Service Area                                     Certifications. Due September 30, 2011

    Core Business Initiative: Support                              Core Business Target: 7th Floor
    FAA Wide Employee Development                                  Renovation Project
                                                                   Meet milestones for the 7th Floor Renovation Project
    Programs
    Identify and develop qualified candidates that reflect
    the desired diversity and culture of the organization.
                                                                        Core Business Initiative: Logistics
      Core Activity: Conduct Front Line
                                                                        Ensure milestones for 7th Floor Renovation Project
      Manager's Operational Workshop                                    are met.
      Front Line Manager's Operational Workshop
                                                                          Core Activity: Space Management
                                                                          Provide support on 7th Floor Renovation Project.
          Activity Target 1:
          Conduct a minimum of one class Due September                      Activity Target 1:
          30, 2011
                                                                            Complete project milestones on the 7th Floor
      Core Activity: Timely Personnel                                       Renovation Project. Due September 30, 2011
      Certification
      Issue Personnel Certification in a timely manner             Core Business Target: AJW
      after required technical training.                           headquarters logistics support
          Activity Target 1:                                       Provide timely support for logistics.
          80% of current FY required personnel certification
          will be issued within 180 days of the completion of           Core Business Initiative: Logistics
          technical training. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                        Ensure all requests for logistics support are met in a
  Core Business Target: Provide                                         timely manner.
                                                                          Core Activity: Space Management
  Spectrum Engineering Services.                                          Provide logistics support to AJW headquarters.
  Spectrum Engineering Services obtains, assigns,
  certifies, and protects radio frequencies for the FAA's
  communication, navigation, and surveillance programs.                     Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Provide administrative telecommunications,
    Core Business Initiative: Achieve                                       security, and other logistics support to AJW
    95% of Activity Targets to provide                                      headquarters. Due September 30, 2011
    Spectrum Services for NAS users.

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  Core Business Target:                                                       Activity Target 2:
                                                                              Provide monthly Balanced Scorecard update to the
  Automated directives tool                                                   Senior Vice President of the Air Traffic
  Provide continued support for web based automated                           Organization's Office of Finance throughout the
  directive tool.                                                             fiscal year. Submit Financial Balance Scorecard by
                                                                              the fifteenth of each month. Due September 30,
    Core Business Initiative: Directives                                      2011
    Ensure all requests for automated distribution of                         Activity Target 3:
    directives are met.                                                       Prepare and provide financial quarterly reviews
      Core Activity: Directives Management                                    and end of year closeout to the Air Traffic
      Maintain web-based automated tool for the                               Organization's Office of Safety Vice President, and
      distribution of 2nd level engineering technical                         Senior Vice President of the Air Traffic
      documentation.                                                          Organization's Office of Finance on funding and
                                                                              obligation status. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                                  Activity Target 4:
          Provide web-based automated tool for the                            Achieve minimum of 95% obligation of funds by
          distribution of 2nd level engineering technical                     end of fiscal year. Due September 30, 2011
          documentation and respond to trouble tickets from
          field customers. Due September 30, 2011                           Core Activity: AJS Contract
                                                                            Acquisitions and Administration
  Core Business Target: Finance                                             Conduct contract administration for all support
  and Planning                                                              contracts for the Air Traffic Organization's Office of
                                                                            Safety.
  The Planning and Finance Team within the Air Traffic
  Organization Office of Safety will ensure the activity                      Activity Target 1:
  dollars in the Business Plan and the Build-Up/Build-Down
  tables are in balance as we begin the fiscal year.                          Responsible for providing a biannual contract
                                                                              financial status report to Air Traffic Organization's
    Core Business Initiative: AJS                                             Office of Safety Vice President and Directors, to
                                                                              ensure accurate tracking of estimated costs versus
    Finance                                                                   actual costs. First report due March 31, 2011. Due
    Provides guidance, expertise, and analysis of financial
                                                                              September 30, 2011
    operations and performance planning including
                                                                              Activity Target 2:
    operations financial plan and analysis, capital financial
    plans and analysis, strategic planning, performance                       Participate in quarterly meetings with eFAST
    metrics, and transfer pricing.                                            COTRs and conduct quarterly Program Review
      Core Activity: AJS Finance                                              meetings with AJS Task Leads and, as
      Provides guidance, expertise and analysis of                            appropriate, the respective contract firm Program
      financial operations and strategic and performance                      Manager. Provide report of performance concerns,
      planning of both Operational (Ops) and Facilities and                   resource availability, product quality, and
      Equipment (F&E) funding. Assists in all phases of                       verification of meeting contract deliverables on a
      the budget cycle; coordinates with Planning in the                      monthly basis. Due September 30, 2011
      alignment of fiscal year budgets with the FAA Flight                Core Business Initiative: AJS
      Plan, and FAA Business Plans. Utilizes various FAA
      financial management tools to enter, track and                      Planning
      reconcile all financial transactions to ensure timely               Provides guidance, expertise, and analysis on
      obligation of funds. Statuses monthly, quarterly and                performance planning including operations financial
      yearly finance activities within the organization and               plans, strategic management process planning and
      the Agency as required.                                             performance metrics such as building and monitoring
                                                                          the Vice President and other Safety Executives Short
          Activity Target 1:                                              Term Incentive progress. Also working in coordination
          Provide to the Air Traffic Organization's Office of             with the Office of Safety's Finance team to ensure
          Safety's Vice President and Directors on a monthly              operations financial plan and analysis and capital
          basis a description of general finance work such                financial plans and analysis are in alignment with the
          as entering, monitoring and reconciling transaction             current year Office of Safety Business Plan.
          using Federal Aviation Administration's financial                 Core Activity: AJS Planning
          systems [Delphi, Regional Information System                      Build the ATO Office of Safety Business Plan, take
          (REGIS), Advance Reporting System and the                         care of monitoring on all work called out in the plan
          Budget Execution Tool (BET)]. Due September 30,                   that we lead or support on, and provide support in
          2011                                                              researching responses to inquiries that pertain to
                                                                            planning.

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          Activity Target 1:                                            Core Business Initiative: Directives
          Build the FY 2011 the Short Term Incentive Plan               Process AJW originated directives from draft to
          for each Air Traffic Organization's Office of Safety          distribution of signed directive in a timely manner
          Executive by end of first quarter. Monitor the
          elements of the Executive's Short Term Incentive
                                                                          Core Activity: Directives Management
                                                                          Provide guidance on FAA Directives Management
          (STI) Plans throughout the fiscal year, and provide
                                                                          Systems to AJW offices.
          update if any of their STI elements turn yellow or
          red in status after the Simplified Program                        Activity Target 1:
          Information Reporting and Evaluation (SPIRE)
                                                                            Provide guidance on FAA Directives Management
          quarterly update is posted. Due September 30,
                                                                            Systems to AJW offices of primary responsibility.
          2011
                                                                            Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
          Build the FY 2011 Business Plan for the Air Traffic      Core Business Target: Respond
          Organization's Office of Safety and keep the plan
          updated. The AJS FY 2011 Business Plan will be           to external directives
          ready for publication in accordance with the FAA         Respond timely to external directives.
          Strategic Planning Office's schedule. Due
          December 31, 2010
          Activity Target 3:                                            Core Business Initiative: Directives
          Provide a monthly status update to the ATO Office             Respond to external directives in a timely manner.
          of Safety's Vice President and Directors on any
          business plan targets that are not on target                    Core Activity: Directives Management
          (GREEN) per the monthly Simplified Program                      Provide responses to directives received from
          Information Reporting and Evaluation (SPIRE)                    external organizations for AJW review.
          System status. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                            Prepare responses to directives received from
          Provide a monthly status update to the ATO Office
                                                                            external organizations for AJW review. Due
          of Safety's Vice President and Directors on any
                                                                            September 30, 2011
          issues affecting the ATO Office of Safety from the
          FAA Flight Plan/Strategic Plan, the Department of
          Transportation's Strategic Plan, Office of
                                                                   Core Business Target: Customer
          Management Budget, or other FAA Lines of                 Inquiries
          Business and Staff Offices requests. Due                 Respond timely to customer inquiries.
          September 30, 2011

  Core Business Target: Directives                                      Core Business Initiative:
  management website                                                    Administrative Support
  Provide continued support for directives management                   Ensure response to customer inquiries in timely
  website .                                                             manner.
                                                                          Core Activity: Customer Service
    Core Business Initiative: Directives                                  Respond to customer inquiries.
    Maintain status and tracking of directives management
    website.                                                                Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Directives Management                                  Respond to customer inquiries by next business
      Provide responses to directives received from                         day. Due September 30, 2011
      external organizations for TECH OPS HQ review
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                   Core Business Target: Incoming
          Prepare responses to directives received from            correspondence
          external organizations for TECH OPS HQ review.           Respond timely to incoming correspondence.
          Due September 30, 2011

  Core Business Target: Draft to                                        Core Business Initiative:
  distribution of AJW signed                                            Communications
                                                                        Ensure a response in a timely manner for
  directive                                                             correspondence
  Provide guidance on the process for FAA Directives
  Management Systems.
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      Core Activity: Correspondence                                     Provide Budget Formulation oversight for all Tech
      Respond to correspondence inquiries.                              Ops Directorates.
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Facilitate budget formulation activities to meet
          Assign and respond to correspondence inquiries                  internal and external due dates. Due September
          by next business day. Due September 30, 2011                    30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 2:
  Core Business Target:
                                                                          Monitor, track, and report obligations and
  Processing of FPPS actions                                              expenditures for Technical Operations Services
  Process FPSS actions timely.                                            quarterly. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 3:
                                                                          Monitor and track issues and provide status
    Core Business Initiative: Human                                       quarterly. Due September 30, 2011
    Resource                                                            Core Activity: Provide Operations and
    Process FPPS actions in a timely manner.
                                                                        Activity 5 Budget Execution
      Core Activity: FPPS Actions                                       Provide Operations and Activity 5 Budget Execution
      Process FPPS actions.                                             oversight for Technical Operations Service Unit
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                              Facilitate budget formulation activities to meet
          Upon receipt, process FPPS actions within 2                     internal and external due dates. Due September
          business days Due September 30, 2011                            30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 2:
  Core Business Target: Tech Ops                                          Monitor, Track, and Report obligations and
  Communication                                                           expenditures for Technical Operations and report
  Publishing of monthly newsletter and other media and                    status quarterly. Due September 30, 2011
  timely, meaningful website                                              Activity Target 3:
                                                                          Monitor and track issues and provide feedback
    Core Business Initiative:                                             quarterly. Due September 30, 2011
    Communications                                                      Core Activity: Perform Finance related
    Ensure timely distribution of monthly newsletter and
    timely updates of web pages.
                                                                        Administrative Functions
                                                                        Perform Finance related Administrative Functions for
      Core Activity: Communications                                     Technical Operations Service Unit
      Publish Technical Operations Newsletters and
      webpages.                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                              Provide guidance, facilitate development, monitor
                                                                          status, QC final product and report status of all
          Ensure Technical Operations Newsletters and                     items/issues pertaining to financial inquiries of the
          webpages reach a wide audience and have timely                  Technical Operations Service unit quarterly. Due
          information. Due September 30, 2011                             September 30, 2011
  Core Business Target: Provide                                       Core Business Initiative: Integrate
  (monthly) obligation and                                            Budget and Planning through BPI
  expenditure reporting within 20                                     (Budget Planning Integration)
                                                                      Perform integrate Budget and Planning through BPI
  days of month-end close                                             (Budget Planning Integration).
  Monitor, Track, and Report obligations and expenditures               Core Activity: Budget Planning
  for Technical Operations and report status quarterly.
                                                                        Integration
    Core Business Initiative: Provide                                   Work with Directorates to Integrate Budget and
                                                                        Planning.
    Financial Oversight
    Provide Technical Operations financial oversight as                   Activity Target 1:
    needed.                                                               Formulate and submit FY2012 Plans by November
      Core Activity: Provide Budget                                       2011 Due September 30, 2011
      Formulation & Execution

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      Core Activity: Integrated Tech Ops                          program management of ATC
      Business Plan
      Develop an integrated Tech Ops Business Plan                Facilities mission requirements.
                                                                  1. Ensure that 99.5% of the expiring F&E balances for
                                                                  ATC Facilities are obligated according to FAA/DOT
          Activity Target 1:                                      directives by September 30, 2010.
          Develop a business plan that erases functional
          lines and reflects an integrated approach to                 Core Business Initiative: Provide
          support of the ATO Strategy and the Flight Plan by           corporate level technical,
          April 2011. Due April 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                           administrative and financial
          Develop STI candidates by August 2011. Due                   services to support efficient
          August 31, 2011                                              program management
      Core Activity: Development of BPI                                AJW-26 is responsible for managing the budget and
      Work with Directorates to Integrate Budget and                   strategic plan for AJW-2.
      Planning. Formulate and submit FY2012 Plans by                     Core Activity: Increase the
      November 2011                                                      effectiveness of our financial
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                         stewardship of public funds
                                                                         Increase the effectiveness of our financial
          Formulate and submit FY2012 Plans by November                  stewardship of public funds
          2011 Due August 30, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative:                                              Ensure that 99.5% of the expiring OPS and F&E
    Communications Tools                                                   balances for ATC Facilities are obligated according
    Develop Communication Tools                                            to FAA/DOT directives Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         Core Activity: Improve organizational
      Core Activity: Planning Guide on
                                                                         excellence
      Website                                                            Improve organizational excellence
      Develop, update, and publish Planning Guide on
      Website.
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                               Ensure all SPIRE and Business Plan deadlines are
          Develop the Business Planning policy, process                    met Due September 30, 2011
          and templates for Tech Ops community by                          Activity Target 2:
          January 2011. Due January 31, 2011                               Maintain an average onboard ratio of 95 % for all
          Activity Target 2:                                               authorized staffing positions Due September 30,
          Describe the procedures for developing and/or                    2011
          supporting Initiative Profile Forms by January                   Activity Target 3:
          2011. Due January 31, 2011                                       Maintain a 95 % completion rate for all mandatory
          Activity Target 3:                                               training courses taken by ATCF employees Due
          Develop CCB type templates, procedures,                          September 30, 2011
          performance review format and other SPIRE                        Activity Target 4:
          related documents for the Tech Ops community by                  Provide NISC staffing support to increase
          January 2011. Due January 31, 2011                               efficiency of operations in ATCF's Business
          Activity Target 4:                                               Management, National Engineering Support, and
          Update STI user's guide for STI profiles and                     Chief Systems Engineer groups. Due September
          reporting by January 2011. Due January 31, 2011                  30, 2011
          Activity Target 5:
          Update the Budget and Planning Integration user's       Core Business Target: Provide
          guide and template for Budget Year 2013 by
          January 2011. Due January 31, 2011
                                                                  management and technical
                                                                  oversight for FAA support
  Core Business Target: Provide                                   contracts (NISC and TSSC)
  corporate level technical,                                      1. Perform the necessary procedures to recompete the
                                                                  contract for the TSSC program vehicle in accordance
  administrative and financial                                    with Federal Acquisitions law by September 30, 2011.
  services to support efficient                                   2. Maintain the NISC-III program vehicle in accordance

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  with Federal Acquisitions law throughout the course of               Core Business Initiative: Develop
  Fiscal Year 2011.
                                                                       standardized lifecycle policies and
    Core Business Initiative: Provide                                  processes in order to successfully
    management and technical                                           integrate systems into the NAS.
    oversight for FAA support contracts                                Develop standardized lifecycle policies and processes
                                                                       in order to successfully integrate systems into the
    (NISC and TSSC)                                                    NAS.
    Both the TSSC and NISC program vehicles provide
    invaluable contractor support services to the FAA. It is
                                                                         Core Activity: Sustainment of WebCM
    the job of AJW-28 to ensure that these contractor                    software
    support services are available continuously and                      Sustainment of WebCM software
    receive the proper oversight.
      Core Activity: Manage the TSSC                                       Activity Target 1:
      program vehicle                                                      99 % sustainment of operations rate for WebCM
      Manage the TSSC program vehicle to make support                      V4.0 through 4th qtr FY 2011 Due September 30,
      services available and easy for customers to use as                  2011
      required to support the Flight Plan.                                 Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:                                               Renew WebCM software license and maintenance
                                                                           by March 31, 2011 Due March 31, 2011
          Perform the necessary procedures to recompete
          the contract for the TSSC program vehicle in                   Core Activity: Provide improvements to
          accordance with Federal Acquisitions law Due                   WebCM software
          September 30, 2011                                             Provide improvements to WebCM software
          Activity Target 2:
          Maintain the TSSC program vehicle contract in                    Activity Target 1:
          accordance with Federal Acquisitions law until                   Complete maintenance build V4.0 by 4th qtr FY
          close-out of TSSC-3 Due September 30, 2011                       2011 Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Manage the NISC                                       Activity Target 2:
      program vehicle                                                      Implement agency-wide CM certification training
      Manage the NISC program vehicle to make support                      program beginning September 2010 and ending in
      services available and easy for customers to use as                  4th qtr FY 2011 Due September 30, 2011
      required to support the Flight Plan and the
      implementation of NextGen.
                                                                         Core Activity: Investment Analysis
                                                                         Investment Analysis
          Activity Target 1:
          Perform all the necessary procedures to complete                 Activity Target 1:
          transition to the NISC-III program vehicle in                    Obtain JRC-2b approval and begin solution
          accordance with Federal Acquisitions law Due                     implementation by 4th qtr FY 2011 Due September
          September 30, 2011                                               30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                         Core Activity: National Standards for
          Maintain the NISC-III program vehicle in
          accordance with Federal Acquisitions law                       CM organization
                                                                         National Standards for CM organization
          throughout the course of Fiscal Year 2011. Due
          September 30, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
  Core Business Target: Develop                                            Fully conduct an ATC Facilities program
  standardized lifecycle policies                                          evaluation/audit Due September 20, 2011

  and processes in order to                                              Core Activity: Investigate methods for
                                                                         Reducing CAEG Operating Costs
  successfully integrate systems                                         Investigate methods for Reducing CAEG Operating
  into the NAS.                                                          Costs
  1. 99 % sustainment of operations rate for WebCM V4.0                    Activity Target 1:
  through 4th qtr FY 2011                    1. Complete
  maintenance build V4.0 by 4th qtr FY 2011                                Investigate and Implement, as feasible, a distance
                                                                           learning initiative for CAEG software for the
                                                                           engineering staff and drafters Due September 30,
                                                                           2011
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  Core Business Target:                                                   Core Business Initiative: ATO En
  Mandatory Executive and                                                 Route and Oceanic Services
  Manager Training                                                        Productivity - Direct Employees
                                                                          Improve productivity by increasing a controller's Time
  Ensure the executives and managers meet the training                    Assigned. Direct employees are defined as Air Traffic
  requirements of the Continuing Management Education                     Controllers, Operations Managers, Frontline
  curriculum by the end of the fiscal year.                               Managers, Developmentals (includes Certified
    Core Business Initiative: Executive                                   Professional Controllers In Training (CPCIT)) and
                                                                          Flight Data Specialists
    and Management Training                                                 Core Activity: Increase ATO En Route
    Requirement                                                             and Oceanic Services Productivity of
    The Director of Administration function is responsible                  Direct Employees
    for identifying, organizing, and recording the necessary                Improve productivity by increasing a controller's
    training and development needed to enhance                              Time Assigned.
    managerial competence and provide a foundation for
    managerial selection, training, and performance                           Activity Target 1:
    management.                                                               Develop an AJE definition for a controller's Time
      Core Activity: Mandatory Executive and                                  Assigned as the basis for future productivity
      Manager Training                                                        improvements. Due September 30, 2011
      Provide notices on the mandatory annual training                        Activity Target 2:
      classes as they become available to the Executives                      Assess progress towards achieving year-end
      and Managers.                                                           performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                     Core Business Target: Improve
          Monitor and ensure the training requirement for all
          executives and managers to complete at least 40            En Route and Oceanic Services
          hours of formal managerial training every three            Budget Planning
          years. (i.e., Equal Employment Opportunity Law,
                                                                     Make the NAS more cost effective by reducing the
          Prevention of Sexual Harassment, Accountability
                                                                     variance between the initial budget and the allowances
          Overview, Conflict Management, or any other
                                                                     issued in the fourth quarter (as a result of third quarter
          leadership classes that are listed under the
                                                                     review). FY 2011 Target: plus / minus 4.75 percent.
          Continuing Management Education curriculum)
          has been met with 60% of the required                           Core Business Initiative: Improve
          completions by June 30, 2011. Interim progress on
          participation will be reported to the Office of Safety
                                                                          Budget Planning
          Vice President at the end of the second quarter,                Reduce the variance between the initial budget and
          March 30,2011. Begin bimonthly reporting on April               the allowances issued in the fourth quarter (as a result
          1, 2011; increase frequency of reporting to weekly              of third quarter review).
          beginning July 1, 2011. Due September 30, 2011                    Core Activity: Reduce Variance between
          Activity Target 2:                                                Initial Budget and Allowances Issued in
          Communicate learning opportunities to employees                   the Fourth Quarter
          utilizing the AJS Knowledge Sharing Network                       Reduce variance between initial budget and
          (KSN). Maintain calendar of training opportunities                allowances issued in the fourth quarter of FY 2011.
          on the AJS KSN and track employee participation
                                                                              Activity Target 1:
          on a quarterly basis. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                              Limit variance between initial budget and
  Core Business Target: Increase                                              allowances issued in the fourth quarter of FY 2011
                                                                              by plus / minus 4.75 percent. Due September 30,
  ATO En Route and Oceanic                                                    2011
  Services Productivity for Direct                                            Activity Target 2:
                                                                              Assess progress towards achieving year-end
  Employees                                                                   performance goal. Due March 31, 2011
  Improve productivity by increasing a controller's Time
  Assigned (a combination of Time on Position plus other             Core Business Target: Lead ATO
  duties). FY2011 Target: Establish an En Route and
  Oceanic Services (AJE) definition for Time Assigned by             Business Process Improvement
  September 30, 2011.                                                (BPI)

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  Develop, implement and assess strategies for continuous                quarterly minimum. Due September 30, 2011
  process improvement of ATO business services.
                                                                        Core Activity: Assess financial
    Core Business Initiative:                                           performance against forecasted staffing
    Performance Management                                              plans
    Expedite provision of key products and services by                  Manage staffing plans and authorizations.
    ATO Headquarters organizations
      Core Activity: ATO Business Process                                Activity Target 1:
      Improvement                                                        Review Directorate & Svc Area employment plans
      Lead efforts to improve ATO business processes,                    monthly Due September 30, 2011
      focusing on those performed by Headquarters                        Activity Target 2:
      organizations.
                                                                         Certify FPPS requests within 2 business days. Due
          Activity Target 1:                                             September 30, 2011
                                                                         Activity Target 3:
          Establish a formal process for initiating a request
          for Process Improvement Services throughout the                Validate staffing authorizations, requests, plans, &
          ATO. Due January 31, 2011                                      budget; quarterly. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                            Core Activity: Conduct comparative
          Define at least two (2) formal Project Performance            financial analyses
          Indicators (PPIs) for Process Improvement                     Perform Financial Modeling & Forecasting
          projects. Due January 31, 2011
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
          Establish governance standards for all ATO
                                                                         Perform financial modeling & forecasting for
          Business Process Improvement activities to
                                                                         various pay & staffing models; as required. Due
          include BPR/BPI/CPI. Due April 30, 2011
                                                                         September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 4:
                                                                         Activity Target 2:
          Monitor at least four (4) projects using formal
                                                                         Conduct trend analysis, such as attrition,
          Project Performance Indicators (PPIs). Due
                                                                         demographic, retirement eligibility, job category;
          September 30, 2011
                                                                         annually. Due September 30, 2011
  Core Business Target: Resource                                         Activity Target 3:
                                                                         Develop financial cost benefit models as required.
  Management                                                             Due September 30, 2011
  Allocate and manage resources to accomplish
  organizational objectives.                                            Core Activity: Manage Reimbursable
                                                                        Agreements program
    Core Business Initiative: Ensure                                    Oversee Reimbursable Agreements program.
    cost effective business solutions
    and services are implemented                                         Activity Target 1:
                                                                         Assess agreements for policy adherence and
    and/or validated                                                     funding accuracy. Due September 30, 2011
    Perform staffing, budget, and planning integration in
                                                                         Activity Target 2:
    support of efficient management and fiscally
    responsible business operations.                                     Concur/Noncur with Reimbursable Agreements
      Core Activity: Maintain an effective                               within 3 days of submission. Due September 30,
                                                                         2011
      Internal Controls program as defined by
                                                                         Activity Target 3:
      OMB Circular A-123
      Assess compliance with laws/policies and evaluate                  Identify Reimbursable Inactive Obligations
      susceptibility to abuse.                                           quarterly. Due September 30, 2011

          Activity Target 1:                                       Core Business Target: System
          Achieve a no inherent risk assessment through            Support Laboratory Sustained
          FMFIA annual reporting. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                       Support
                                                                   FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center National
          Perform travel card assessments and notifications;
                                                                   Airspace System (NAS) Laboratories: Implement cost
          quarterly minimum. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                   efficient initiatives that improve laboratory services and
          Activity Target 3:
                                                                   supporting infrastructure. By September 30, 2011,
          Review purchase card activity and compliance;            complete 90% of laboratory improvement inititatives
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  targeted in the areas of Laboratory Network, 20-Year                     system, two-way interface visibility, and full
  Laboratory Master Plan, and the Cockpit Simulation                       integration with Target Generation Facility. Due
  Facility. These initiatives will expand laboratory network               September 30, 2011
  capability by 21%, cockpit simulation capabilities by 17%,
  and create a baseline strategy for long-term laboratory         Core Business Target: WJH
  infrastructure improvements.
                                                                  Technical Center Operations
    Core Business Initiative: Laboratory                          (WJHTC)
    Infrastructure (CIP F14.00-00)                                During FY 2011, through facility management and
    Implement cost efficient initiatives that improve             support services create and maintain safe, secure,
    laboratory services and supporting infrastructure to the      professional, and environmentally compliant work
    WJHTC laboratory customers.                                   conditions for FAA employees, contractors and tenant
      Core Activity: Laboratory Network                           organizations at the William J. Hughes Technical Center.
      Infrastructure (LabNet)                                     The performance targets are (1) Monitor drinking water to
      Provide a high performance, compartmentalized               ensure compliance to Federal and State regulations.
      network security solution to laboratory customers           Complete 95% of the water compliance targets
      that will meet the current and future goals of the          evaluating approximately 85 maximum contaminate
      NAS and NextGen programs.                                   levels (MCL) annually, (2) Complete execution of facility
                                                                  infrastructure sustainment capital improvement plan.
          Activity Target 1:
          Integrate 95% of targeted 87 WJHTC laboratories
                                                                       Core Business Initiative: Center
          into LabNet. Total labs integrated >= 83. Due                Operations (WJHTC) (CIP F16.00-00)
          September 30, 2011                                           Provide facility maintenance, engineering and support
          Activity Target 2:                                           services for all properties located at the Technical
                                                                       Center including land, buildings, and infrastructure.
          Complete design of the WJHTC NextGen R&D
          Domain. . Due July 31, 2011                                    Core Activity: Maintain World Class
          Activity Target 3:                                             Center Operations
                                                                         Provide support services that efficiently and
          Integrate WJHTC R&D laboratories into the
                                                                         effectively meet the requirements of organizations
          NextGen R&D Domain. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         residing within the Campus.
      Core Activity: Laboratory Infrastructure
      20-Year Master Plan                                                  Activity Target 1:
      Improve the supporting laboratory infrastructure by                  Provide water quality assessment report to ensure
      implementing recommendations outlined in the 20-                     that maximum contaminate levels are not
      Year Master Plan for the NAS Laboratories                            exceeded more than once a year. Due January 30,
      developed in FY2010.                                                 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Provide water quality assessment report to ensure
          Develop a 5-Year implementation strategy and                     that maximum contaminate levels are not
          cost plan based on the 20-Year Master Plan                       exceeded more than once a year. Due April 30,
          developed in FY2010. Complete 70% Draft                          2011
          Implementation Plan. Due February 28, 2011                       Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                           Provide water quality assessment report to ensure
          Complete Final Implementation Plan with costs                    that maximum contaminate levels are not
          proposals. Due April 29, 2011                                    exceeded more than once a year. Due June 30,
      Core Activity: Cockpit Simulation                                    2011
                                                                           Activity Target 4:
      Facility
      Develop complex human-in-the-loop, end-to-end                        Provide water quality assessment report to ensure
      airspace simulations for research, development,                      that maximum contaminate levels are not
      operational test and evaluation, and integration of                  exceeded more than once a year. Due September
      NextGen into the NAS, including Trajectory Based                     30, 2011
      Operations (TBO) development support.                              Core Activity: William J. Hughes
          Activity Target 1:                                             Technical Center Infrastructure
          Complete two reconfigurable cockpit simulators to              Sustainment
          Capability Level 2. Due April 30, 2011                         Insure the availability, reliability, accessibility, and
          Activity Target 2:                                             operability of Technical Center facilities through the
                                                                         implementation of infrastructure sustainment
          Complete two reconfigurable cockpit simulators to              projects.
          Full Capability Level 3 including flight management
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          Activity Target 1:                                                September 30, 2011
          Provide delivery and installation of three Building               Activity Target 2:
          300 substations. Due August 15, 2011                              Generate and distribute reports of Navigational
          Activity Target 2:                                                Signal Analysis of Existing and Proposed ILS
          Complete the design and procurement strategy for                  Locations in March and September. Due
          the replacement of the Building 300 roof and                      September 30, 2011
          skylights. Due August 30, 2011
                                                                          Core Activity: Separation Standards
  Core Business Target: Test and                                          Provide analytical studies and related safety
                                                                          monitoring services in support of separation
  Evaluation                                                              reductions in U.S. Sovereign Airspace, international
  Throughout FY 2011, provide quality in class Test &                     airspaces where FAA has delegated authority to
  Evaluation (T&E) services by completing at least fifty-                 provide air traffic services, and international
  percent (50%) of the items delineated in the quarterly                  airspaces where the U.S. and its citizens have a
  status report that include but are not limited to: Complete             safety-related interest.(10C5I _ Reduce Oceanic
  RWSL Operational test procedures, testing of LED REIL                   Separation)
  upgrade, and OASIS Alaska MX017 software upgrade
  testing.                                                                  Activity Target 1:
                                                                            Conduct Biannual Review of the Performance of
    Core Business Initiative: Test &                                        RVSM in North America (U.S., Canada and
    Evaluation                                                              Mexico) Cast Against ICAO-Recommended
    Provide quality T&E services to ensure that current                     Requirements
    NAS and future air transportation systems are                           FAA--Hosted Meetings and Assembly of
    efficiently and comprehensively verified using best                     Performance Data during November and May. Due
    practices and quality standards. Provide technically                    May 30, 2011
    and operationally sound, evaluations, analyses, data &                  Activity Target 2:
    services from comprehensive air transportation                          ICAO Separation Standards related meetings
    system, local airport, airspace, and user perspectives.                 review of progress
    Characterize performance of current system and                          ICAO Separation Standards Reports/Technical
    effects of proposed NextGen changes on pilots,                          Working Papers due 12/10, 3/11, 6/11. Due
    controllers, aircraft, and related system components.                   September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: NAS Test and Evaluation
      Provide test & evaluation services to ensure current         Core Business Target: Federal
      automation, communications, surveillance, and
      navigation programs and future air transportation            Laboratory
      systems are efficiently and comprehensively verified,        Technical Partnerships and Information Exchange:
      validated, and integrated as indicated by approved           During FY 2011, generate at least three new technical
      corporate work plan/project scope                            partnership opportunities. Document the types of
      agreement/program directive schedules to include             available information and outreach services provided to
      completion of TFMS R5 testing and CCS-W                      customers. Maintain a Master Customer database.
      operational testing.                                              Core Business Initiative:
          Activity Target 1:                                            Technology Transfer
          Test and Evaluation Program Status Quarterly                  Strengthen, renew, and expand cooperation among
          T&E Program Status reports due 12/10, 3/11, 6/11.             academia, Federal laboratories, labor, and industry, in
          Due September 30, 2011                                        such forms as technology transfer, personnel
                                                                        exchange, joint research projects, and others.
      Core Activity: Air Transportation                                   Core Activity: Cooperative Research
      Evaluations, Analyses, Data and                                     and Development Agreements
      Services                                                            Facilitate cooperative research and development
      Provide technically and operationally sound                         agreements in accordance with the Stevenson-
      evaluations, analyses, data & services from air                     Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980.
      transportation system, local airport, airspace, and
      user perspectives. Characterize performance of                        Activity Target 1:
      proposed NextGen changes.                                             Provide Congress with fiscal year achievements
                                                                            for the FAA Technology Transfer Program by
          Activity Target 1:                                                November. Due November 30, 2010
          Generate and distribute reports of Navigational                   Activity Target 2:
          Signal Analysis of Existing and Proposed VOR
                                                                            Manage existing cooperative research and
          Locations in March and September. Due
                                                                            development agreements and implement new
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          agreements when requested. Due September 30,                   Activity Target 1:
          2011                                                           Establish an Air Force Research Laboratory
    Core Business Initiative:                                            (AFRL) research liaison position at FAA in support
                                                                         of NextGen and facilitate the partnership
    Information Exchange                                                 agreement (MOU/MOA). Due November 15, 2010
    Develop and strengthen relationships through                         Activity Target 2:
    meaningful information exchange with industry, other
                                                                         Provide coordination of the programs, laboratories,
    government agencies, academia, and community
                                                                         and facilities of research partners to help meet the
    involvement.
                                                                         requirements of FAA's internal and external
      Core Activity: Outreach Activities                                 customers. Facilitate FAA research partnership
      Develop and strengthen the knowledge of aviation
                                                                         agreements and develop a data base
      and the Technical Center's capabilities by
                                                                         management system (DBMS) to track total dollar
      performing outreach activities through the
                                                                         value and number of agreements. Due August 31,
      information center, aviation education program,
                                                                         2011
      speaker series program, as well as others.
                                                                        Core Activity: Research Planning and
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                        Coordination
          Establish a process to collect the types of                   Formulates, and coordinates the FAA's research and
          information and outreach services provided                    development programs to include strategic planning
          including the customers and document the                      and direction, program assessment and
          information. Due June 30, 2011                                developments.
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
          Generate at least three new technical partnership
          opportunities through outreach activities. Due                 Publish the 2011 National Aviation Research Plan.
          September 30, 2011                                             Due May 31, 2011
          Activity Target 3:                                             Activity Target 2:
          Conduct at least six meetings with academia,                   Deliver the Research Engineering and
          industry and other government through outreach                 Development (RE&D) Portfolio to the Office of
          activities to discuss common areas of technical                Management and Budget. Due September 30,
          interest. Due September 30, 2011                               2011

  Core Business Target: Systems                                         Core Activity: Manage and Support
                                                                        Research Programs
  Planning Mission Support                                              Direct and manage Research and Technology
  Ensure that 80 percent of the FY2011 NARP milestones                  Development Programs and resources to ensure
  for System Planning and Resource Management are                       research program objectives are met timely,
  completed on Schedule                                                 including support to the Administrator's Research,
                                                                        Engineering and Development Advisory Committee
    Core Business Initiative: Systems                                   (REDAC) as the Designated Federal Official.
    Planning and Resource
                                                                         Activity Target 1:
    Management (011-130)                                                 Participate in REDAC meetings. Due April 30,
    Formulates, manages, and coordinates the FAA's
                                                                         2011
    research and development programs to include
                                                                         Activity Target 2:
    strategic planning and direction, , program
    assessments, collaborations and coordination with                    Gather and coordinate REDAC recommendations
    external and internal research organizations to support              and deliver them to the Administrator. Due
    joint research and development projects and provides                 September 30, 2011
    specialized research facilities to demonstrate
    operational procedures and performance                        Core Business Target: Office of
    requirements.                                                 Workers Compensation Program
      Core Activity: Research Collaboration
      with External Partners                                      (OWCP) Pass-through
      Foster research opportunities in meeting FAA goals,         Pass-through payment. Reimburse the Department of
      including those for air transportation, and facilitate      Labor for the FY2009 Office of Workers Compensation
      transfer of technology from research partners into          Program (OWCP) payouts with the money appropriated
      the FAA. Manage FAA's research liaison positions            by Congress and contained in the AJG allowance.
      with external partners                                           Core Business Initiative: Office of
                                                                       Workers Compensation Program
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    (OWCP) Pass-through                                                     September 30, 2011

    Pass-through payment. Reimburse the Department of                   Core Business Initiative: Employee
    Labor for the FY2009 OWCP payouts with the money
    appropriated by Congress and contained in the AJG                   and Organizational Performance.
    allowance.                                                          Provide performance analysis, reports, assistance,
      Core Activity: OWCP Pass-through                                  and advice to FAA Headquarters, Directors of
      Pass-through payment. Reimburse the Department                    Operations and Service Center Directors.
      of Labor for the FY2009 OWCP payouts with the                       Core Activity: Analyze and Report on
      money appropriated by Congress and contained in                     Organizational Performance.
      the AJG allowance.                                                  Analyze and report on Service Unit and Service
                                                                          Center performance.
          Activity Target 1:
          Reimburse the Department of Labor for the                         Activity Target 1:
          FY2010 OWCP payouts with the money                                Provide performance data and/or reports that meet
          appropriated by Congress and contained in the                     agreed-upon customer requirements and
          AJG allowance. Due September 30, 2011                             timeframes 90% of the time. Due June 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
  Core Business Target: Deliver                                             Provide performance data and/or reports that meet
  standardized support services                                             agreed-upon customer requirements and
                                                                            timeframes 90% of the time. Due September 30,
  (Administrative Services)                                                 2011
  Deliver standardized support services and effectively                     Activity Target 3:
  manage administrative responsibilities.
                                                                            Complete organizational maturity assessment.
    Core Business Initiative: ATO                                           Due April 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 4:
    Workforce Planning.
                                                                            Meet annually with primary customers to discuss
    Support ATO organizations with managing hiring
                                                                            organizational performance metrics and identify
    plans, personnel and position movements, strategic
                                                                            potential improvements. Due August 31, 2011
    planning and analysis of staffing requirements,
    objectives, and programs.                                             Core Activity: Support the Performance
      Core Activity: Support External                                     Management Program.
      Recruitment Efforts and Corporate                                   Promote employee performance processes and
      Strategies to Attract High Quality                                  tools to support audit activities.
      Candidates.                                                           Activity Target 1:
      Identify and actively participate in recruitment events
      and activities in support of corporate strategies and                 Meet established deadlines for the Office of
      organizational needs.                                                 Personnel Management required performance
                                                                            program audits and reviews. Due September 30,
          Activity Target 1:                                                2011
                                                                            Activity Target 2:
          Actively participate in a minimum of one
          recruitment event. Due March 31, 2011                             Conduct a minimum of 12 Employee Performance
          Activity Target 2:                                                Management briefings annually. Provide quarterly
                                                                            update. Due September 30, 2011
          Actively participate in a minimum of two additional
          recruitment events. Due September 30, 2011                    Core Business Initiative: Meet
      Core Activity: Support Service Units in                           Training Needs; Provide Guidance
      Managing Facility Staffing Levels and                             and Quality Assurance in
      Hiring Plans.
      Forecast critical staffing needs, identify trends and             Administrative Areas.
      special staffing issues.                                          Meet training needs; provide guidance and quality
                                                                        assurance in administrative areas.
          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Activity: Develop Learning Plans
          Provide quarterly workforce analysis of current                 as Defined by Customers to Meet the
          workforce and projected adjustments. Due                        Needs of Technical and Administrative
          September 30, 2011                                              Disciplines.
          Activity Target 2:                                              Develop learning plans as defined by customers to
          Provide standardized employment progress and                    meet the needs of technical and administrative
          status reports on a quarterly basis. Due                        disciplines.
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          Activity Target 1:                                               Activity Target 2:
          Complete 50% of the learning plans of those                      Provide quarterly reports to customers identifying
          series identified by Service Units. Due September                trends within the EEO arena. Due September 30,
          30, 2011                                                         2011
      Core Activity: Promote Centralized                          Core Business Target: Deliver
      Repository Development.
      Service Center website used to inform employees on          financial and logistical support
      succession planning and leadership development.             services (Business Services)
                                                                  Deliver financial, procurement, and logistical support
          Activity Target 1:                                      services to the ATO Service Area Directors of Operations
          Determine the requirements for a centralized                 Core Business Initiative: Financial
          document repository for succession planning and
          leadership development. Due July 31, 2011                    Services.
                                                                       Provide consolidated accounting and financial
    Core Business Initiative:                                          management support to ATO Service Areas and
    Management Support.                                                Service Centers including Budget Analysis &
    Research and respond to management, employee,                      Forecasting and reimbursable agreements.
    and public concerns received through various FAA                     Core Activity: Forecasting.
    programs and functions.                                              Improve budget planning capabilities by improving
                                                                         monthly forecast-to-actual accuracy.
      Core Activity: Respond to
      Congressional Inquiries and Perform                                  Activity Target 1:
      Hotline Complaint Administration.                                    Establish a variance baseline of Personnel
      Respond to inquires timely and establish trending                    Compensation and Benefits (PC&B) Module
      data to target areas for process quality and quantity                forecasts with Delphi actual expenditures for each
      improvement.                                                         Service Unit. Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:                                           Core Business Initiative:
          Report quarterly on meeting timeframes for interim           Procurement and Materiel
          and final responses to 90% of Congressional
          Inquiries. Due September 30, 2011                            Management.
                                                                       Provide Materiel tracking, Personal and Real Property
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                       management, Travel Card/Facility, Service, and
          Report quarterly on hotline inquires to customers.           Equipment Profile (FSEP)/Purchase Card programs
          Due September 30, 2011                                       management, and Procurement and Contract
      Core Activity: Freedom of Information                            management.
      Act Request Administration.                                        Core Activity: Travel Card Program.
      Improve lines of communications between Service                    Support the Travel Card program by reviewing travel
      Center Points of Contacts (POCs) and                               card transactions and accounts and provide reports
      Headquarters.                                                      to Service Unit and Service Center management.

          Activity Target 1:                                               Activity Target 1:
          Conduct quarterly telecons between Service                       Identify and report on potential Travel Card fraud
          Center peers and Headquarters FOIA POCs to                       and abuse by reviewing travel card transactions on
          obtain program updates. Due September 30, 2011                   a monthly basis, and provide "suspect
                                                                           transactions" reports to the cardholders' District
      Core Activity: Improve efficiency within                             manager(s) by the 25th of each month. Due
      the Service Center in support of                                     September 30, 2011
      Accountability Board (AB) and Equal                                  Activity Target 2:
      Employment Opportunity (EEO) targets.                                Produce a monthly Travel Card Delinquent
      Improve efficiency within the Service Center in                      Accounts report and provide to each delinquent
      support of Headquarters established targets.                         cardholder's manager by the 28th of each month.
                                                                           Due September 30, 2011
          Activity Target 1:
          Complete 90% of all AB cases by the required            Core Business Target: Sustain
          deadline and report quarterly. Due September 30,        and Improve the National
          2011
                                                                  Airspace System (Planning and
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  Requirements)                                                   (Operations Support)
  Support Service Unit initiatives to sustain and improve         Support the Directors of Operations by providing
  the National Airspace System (NAS). This includes               operational and procedural oversight and support to
  integrated planning, requirements management, and               promote effectiveness and efficiency of the NAS.
  program implementation management services.
                                                                       Core Business Initiative: Airspace
    Core Business Initiative: Implement                                Development and Management.
    National Programs.                                                 Airspace development and management.
    Implements projects as scheduled via the Corporate
    Work Plan and related Service Center tools.                          Core Activity: Modification of Class B
      Core Activity: Implement NextGen                                   Airspace.
      Program.                                                           Support modification of Service Area Class B
      Support implementation of NextGen projects                         Airspace, in order to enhance safety and optimize
      including ADS-B, SWIM, Data Communications, and                    efficiencies.
      NAS Voice Switch in accordance with Program
      Office milestones.                                                   Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Support modification of Service Area Class B
          Activity Target 1:                                               airspace identified in the Service Area Action
          Update and publish implementation schedules                      Tracking System (SAATS). Due September 30,
          monthly. Due December 31, 2010                                   2011
          Activity Target 2:
          Perform periodic program reviews, and post on
                                                                       Core Business Initiative: Maintain
          website within 10 days of review. Due September              Airspace Procedures and Definition.
          30, 2011                                                     Oversight and support for procedures and changes to
                                                                       the NAS.
      Core Activity: Support the Runway                                  Core Activity: Document Change
      Safety Area (RSA) 2015 Initiative.
      Support implementation of the RSA 2015 Initiative.
                                                                         Proposals (DCPs).
                                                                         Monitor and evaluate Document Change Proposals
                                                                         and ensure appropriate inputs are received and
          Activity Target 1:                                             returned to Headquarters.
          Update and publish implementation schedules
          monthly. Due December 31, 2010                                   Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 2:                                               Track and status incoming and outgoing DCPs;
          Perform periodic program reviews and post on                     report quarterly. Due September 30, 2011
          website within 10 days of review. Due September                  Activity Target 2:
          30, 2011                                                         Evaluate proposals within identified
                                                                           timelines/deadlines. Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative: Coordinate
    with Non-ATO Stakeholders.                                         Core Business Initiative: Field
    Coordinate with non-ATO stakeholders regarding                     NextGen Implementation.
    activities that impact the NAS.                                    Performance Based Navigation (PBN) support.
      Core Activity: Reimbursable
      Agreements.                                                        Core Activity: Identify RNP and/or RNAV
      Manage reimbursable agreements.                                    Routes and Procedures Where Needed
                                                                         to Create Operational Efficiencies.
          Activity Target 1:
          Complete closeout activities for 30% of                        Identify RNP and/or RNAV routes and procedures to
          reimbursable agreements with "work complete"                   create operational efficiencies.
          greater than six months and report quarterly on                  Activity Target 1:
          progress. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                           Initiate development of identified RNAV/RNP
  Core Business Target: Assess                                             routes and procedures within 10 days of receipt of
                                                                           request. Due September 30, 2011
  Air Traffic, Navigational, and
  Aeronautical Impact to the                                      Core Business Target: Support
  National Airspace System                                        to Increase Operational
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                                                                        process; provide air traffic investigation support in
  Awareness to Facilitate Safety                                        response to public and internal FAA inquiries into the
  and Improve Operational                                               safety of the NAS; and provide analysis support to
                                                                        develop and review safety initiatives for the FAA.
  Performance (Quality Control)                                           Core Activity: Air Traffic Accident
  Support the Directors of Operations in reducing Service
  Area performance deficiencies through analysis of
                                                                          Report Packages.
                                                                          Notification, review, and validation of air traffic
  findings, providing quality control recommendations and
                                                                          accident report packages.
  conducting follow-up activities to increase safety of the
  National Airspace system (NAS)                                            Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative:                                               Track and review aircraft accident packages
                                                                            submitted by air traffic field facilities for accuracy
    Organizational Evaluations.                                             and timeliness in order to certify compliance with
    Support the Directors of Operations through the                         requirements and within the 45 day limit set fort in
    application of the Safety Risk Management (SRM)                         directive JO 8020.16. Due September 30, 2011
    program, conducting Management Evaluations, and
    serving as Service Area coordinator for Unsatisfactory                Core Activity: Air Traffic Incident Report
    Condition Report (UCR) tracking.                                      Packages.
      Core Activity: Management Evaluations.                              Notification, review, and validation of air traffic
      Conduct targeted Management Evaluations for the                     incident report packages.
      Service Area Directors of Operations.
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:                                                Ensure that Quality Control Group accomplishes
          Prepare final reports of findings and any                         initial notification, preliminary investigation, and as
          recommendations to applicable Directors within                    necessary post review of air traffic accidents within
          required timeframes following each evaluation.                    the time limits set forth in directives JO 7210.56,
          Due September 30, 2011                                            JO 1030.3, and JO 8020.16. Due September 30,
                                                                            2011
      Core Activity: Unsatisfactory Condition
      Report (UCR) Tracking.                                              Core Activity: Safety Initiative
      Monitor and coordinate resolution activities.                       Development.
                                                                          Safety initiative development based on trends,
          Activity Target 1:                                              issues, and other triggering factors for Terminal
                                                                          Operations, En Route and Oceanic Operations, and
          Prepare monthly UCR activity and status reports.                Technical Operations.
          Due September 30, 2011
                                                                            Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Safety Risk Management.
      Formalized, proactive approach to system safety                       Identify safety initiative candidates for
      applied to all NAS changes to ensure that hazards                     development. Due September 30, 2011
      are identified and unacceptable risk is mitigated and               Core Activity: Runway Safety.
      accepted prior to a change being made. Provides a                   Support Runway Safety Program to improve safety
      framework to ensure that once a change is made it                   by decreasing the number and severity of runway
      continues to be tracked throughout its lifecycle.                   incursions and other surface incidents.
          Activity Target 1:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Conduct SRM facilitation panels on qualifying                     Track the number of reported Surface Errors and
          proposed changes as requested by facilities or                    report monthly to the Director of Terminal
          organizations and report quarterly. Due September                 Operations. Due September 30, 2011
          30, 2011                                                          Activity Target 2:
          Activity Target 2:
                                                                            Conduct random quarterly reviews of facilities
          Conduct random SRM audits of mitigation plans                     Runway Safety Action Plans to ensure compliance
          contained in SRM documents. Due September 30,                     with requirements set forth in FAA Order 7050.1.
          2011                                                              Due September 30, 2011
    Core Business Initiative:                                           Core Business Initiative: Technical
    Operational Evaluations.                                            Evaluations.
    Support the Directors of Operations for Terminal and                Support the Directors of Operations through the
    En Route and Oceanic Services: perform processes                    completion of safety inspections and the evaluation of
    and activities involved with air traffic incidents and              NAS technical data to provide recommendations for
    accidents; support the air traffic audit and evaluation             the prioritization of NAS deficiencies that have an
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    impact on safety.
                                                                  Core Business Target: Small
      Core Activity: Environmental and                            Business Goal and Corporate
      Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH)                       Citizenship
      Safety Inspections.                                         Award at least 25% of the total direct procurement dollars
      Conduct annual EOSH inspections.                            to Small Businesses.

          Activity Target 1:                                           Core Business Initiative: FAA Small
          Inspect 100% of staffed facilities annually and              Business Program
          prepare quarterly status reports. Due September              Support the FAA Major Procurement Program Goals
          30, 2011
          Activity Target 2:                                             Core Activity: FAA Small Business Goal
          Inspect 50% of unstaffed facilities annually and               and Good Corporate Citizenship
          provide quarterly status reports.. Due September               Award contracts in accordance with Congress, the
          30, 2011                                                       Office of the Secretary of Transportation, and the
                                                                         FAA's set goals, and provide outreach and training
      Core Activity: Technical Inspections                               to small businesses with special emphasis on small,
      Program (TIP).                                                     disadvantaged and women-owned businesses and
      Provide oversight on the Technical Operations NAS                  service-disabled veteran-owned businesses.
      Technical Evaluation Program (NASTEP).
                                                                          Activity Target 1:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Deliver and participate in two outreach events or
          Prepare quarterly reports of findings, trends,                  programs by July 30, 2011, with a total of 4 by the
          and/or recommendations regarding NASTEP                         end of FY 2011. Due September 30, 2011
          evaluation for quality control. Due September 30,               Activity Target 2:
          2011
                                                                          Award at least 25% of the total direct procurement
  Core Business Target: ATO                                               dollars to Small Businesses. Due September 30,
                                                                          2011
  Contracts and Quality                                                   Activity Target 3:
  Assurance Services                                                      Participate in the Annual FAA National Small
  Implement process improvements and best practices to                    Business Procurement Opportunities Training
  optimize and ensure ATO contracts are on-schedule and                   Conference and Trade Show during June or July
  on-budget for major investment programs in FY 2011.                     of each fiscal year. Due July 30, 2011
                                                                          Activity Target 4:
    Core Business Initiative: Process                                     Award at least 25% of the total direct procurement
    Improvements for Contracting                                          dollars to small business. Due September 30,
                                                                          2011
    Services                                                              Activity Target 5:
    Improve processes for contracting services to ensure
    acquisitions are on-schedule and on-budget in FY                      Participate in the Annual FAA National Small
    2011.                                                                 Business Procurement Opportunities Training
      Core Activity: Contracts and Quality                                Conference and Trade Show during June or July
                                                                          of each fiscal year. Due July 30, 2011
      Assurance Services
                                                                          Activity Target 6:
      Optimize process improvements for contracting and
      quality assurance services to ensure on-schedule                    Award at least 25% of the total direct procurement
      and on-budget goals are met for major investment                    dollars to small business. Due September 30,
      programs in FY 2011.                                                2011
                                                                          Activity Target 7:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                          Participate in the Annual FAA National Small
          Award systems integrator contract for the Unified               Business Procurement Opportunities Training
          Contracting System (UCS). Due March 31, 2011                    Conference and Trade Show during June or July
          Activity Target 2:                                              of each fiscal year. Due July 30, 2011
          Complete pilot test of UCS Business Process                     Activity Target 8:
          Management tool. Due November 30, 2010                          Award at least 25% of the total direct procurement
                                                                          dollars to small business. Due September 30,
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          Activity Target 9:                                                Activity Target 1:
          Participate in the Annual FAA National Small                      Develop process documentation and associated
          Business Procurement Opportunities Training                       communication plan. Due June 30, 2011
          Conference and Trade Show during June or July                     Activity Target 2:
          of each fiscal year. Due July 30, 2011                            Communicate the process to all stakeholders. Due
          Activity Target 10:                                               September 30, 2011
          Administer and monitor the three (3) 8A support
          services contracts awarded in 2009. Due
                                                                          Core Activity: Develop process for
          September 30, 2011                                              Managing NAS requirements across
          Activity Target 11:                                             Investments in a portfolio solution set.
                                                                          Develop and communicate process for managing
          Monitor existing Terminal contracts to ensure the
                                                                          NAS Requirements among stakeholders.
          following requirement is met: 25% of all work is
          subcontracted to small business. Due September                    Activity Target 1:
          30, 2011
                                                                            Develop process documentation and associated
          Activity Target 12:
                                                                            communication plan. Due March 30, 2011
          Participate in the Annual FAA National Small                      Activity Target 2:
          Business Procurement Opportunities Training
                                                                            Communicate the process to all stakeholders. Due
          Conference and Trade Show during June or July
                                                                            September 30, 2011
          of each fiscal year. Due July 30, 2011
          Activity Target 13:                                      Core Business Target: NAS
          Make best effort to award at least 25% of the total
          direct procurement dollars to small businesses.          Enterprise Architecture
          Due September 30, 2011                                   By September 2011, create, circulate for comment, and
                                                                   obtain approval from the NAS EAB (Enterprise
  Core Business Target: Systems                                    Architecture
                                                                   Board) for seven (7) NextGen Mid-term architectural
  Engineering and Safety: NAS                                      views to support NAS Evolution to Segment Bravo of
  Requirements and Interface                                       NextGen.

  Management                                                            Core Business Initiative: NAS
  By FY2011, implement requirements management best                     Enterprise Architecture
  practices to reduce update cycle by 50% as compared to                The National System (NAS) Architecture lays out the
  the time it took to modify the last 2 versions of the NAS             strategic activities (service delivery and infrastructure)
  Requirements Document.                                                to improve NAS operations and move towards the
                                                                        Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen)
    Core Business Initiative: Systems                                   vision. These executive views show the evolution of
    Engineering and Safety: NAS                                         major FAA investments/programs in today's NAS
    Requirements and Interface                                          (services and infrastructures) to meet the future
                                                                        demand.
    Management Group                                                      Core Activity: NAS Enterprise
    The Systems Engineering and Safety NAS
    Requirements and Interface Management Group is
                                                                          Architecture (EA) Products -NAS EA
    dedicated to provide leadership in the area of                        Architecture Views
    requirements development for new and/or improved                      Develop the EA products necessary to describe the
    capabilities within the NAS. These requirements must                  evolution of the National Airspace mission over time
    align with current NAS Architecture while enabling a                  and include the results in the Air Traffic Organization
    pathway into the future. Successful implementation of                 (ATO) National Airspace System (NAS) Enterprise
    the Next Generation NAS depends on the ATO's ability                  Architecture repository and to ensure effective use of
    to apply industry/government best practices for                       the NAS EA across the Agency.
    requirements and interface management.                                  Activity Target 1:
      Core Activity: Revise NAS-SR-1000
                                                                            Incorporate updates in FY2011 to develop and
      (NAS Level Requirements Document) to                                  build out of EA DODAF "views" to support
      support NextGen Operational                                           NextGen implementation and enterprise level
      Improvements                                                          architectural decisions. Due September 30, 2011
      Develop and communicate the process by which                          Activity Target 2:
      NAS level requirements are updated.                                   Maintain alignment of the NAS EA with JPDO
                                                                            (Joint Program Development Office) artifacts,
                                                                            operational improvements (OIs) and capabilities.

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          Due September 30, 2011                                       Core Business Initiative: System
          Activity Target 3:                                           Engineering Support Services
          Update the NAS EA to address key SE disciplines              Group
          in Security, Safety, and RMA (Reliability,                   Provide system engineering services in support of
          Maintainability and Availability). Due June 30,              planning, acquisitions and development of the Next
          2011                                                         Generation Air Transportation capabilities and
          Activity Target 4:                                           infrastructure.
          Conduct outreach activities to enhance                         Core Activity: Systems Engineering
          communications, awareness, and knowledge of                    Support Services - NAS Enterprise
          the NAS EA and continue to add new features to
          the NAS EA portal. Due September 30, 2011                      Architecture
                                                                         Provide system engineering and technical support to
      Core Activity: NAS Enterprise                                      develop enterprise-level NAS Enterprise Architecture
      Architecture (EA) Tools Evolution                                  mid-term and end state views to provide the
      Develop, enhance, and deploy an integrated                         framework to guide acquisition decisions for
      modeling environment for NAS EA enterprise and                     programs leading to the NextGen end-state.
      project level views and artifacts in the System
      Architect tool suite.                                                Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Update end-state EA view products and deliver to
          Activity Target 1:                                               the NAS Chief Architect. Due June 30, 2011
          Migrate 50% of the existing NAS EA enterprise                    Activity Target 2:
          views into the System Architecture tool suite. Due               Update interim-state EA view products and deliver
          September 30, 2011                                               to the NAS Chief Architect Due September 30,
          Activity Target 2:                                               2011
          Migrate 50% of the existing and planned NAS EA                 Core Activity: Systems Engineering
          project level views into the System Architect tool
          suite. Due September 30, 2011                                  Support Services - Next Generation Air
          Activity Target 3:                                             Transportation.
                                                                         Provide systems engineering services; develop
          Develop the requirements for interfacing System
                                                                         requirements, functional architecture, and alternative
          Architect to DOORS to support integration of
                                                                         analysis in support of the development of the
          architecture and requirements in an integrated
                                                                         NextGen communications infrastructure.
          modeling environment. Due June 30, 2011
      Core Activity: NAS Enterprise                                        Activity Target 1:
      Architecture (EA) Metrics and Customer                               Complete an iteration of the functional architecture
                                                                           based on program advancements (segment 1 and
      Support Services
                                                                           segment 2 extensibility) Due July 31, 2011
      Develop, enhance, and deploy an integrated
      environment for the tracking, reporting, and analysis                Activity Target 2:
      of key NAS EA metrics.                                               Final delivery of "System Thread Analysis
                                                                           Document" for Data Comm segment 1a system.
          Activity Target 1:                                               Due August 30, 2011
          Provide monthly reporting and analysis of NAS EA               Core Activity: Systems Engineering
          Decision Points and quarterly briefing to executive
          management. Due September 30, 2011                             Support Services for Information
          Activity Target 2:                                             Systems Security (ISS) Services
                                                                         Provide Information Systems Security (ISS)
          Support resolution of at least three cross-cutting
                                                                         services; define and manage NAS EA ISS (NEISS)
          domain issues using NAS EA products as a
                                                                         program, develop ISS architecture, including
          mechanism for the work. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                         requirements, standards, guidance, and mid-(2018)
          Activity Target 3:                                             and far-term (2025) Enterprise Architecture views to
          Develop and enhance NAS EA training to support                 support acquisition decisions in the development of
          use of the NAS EA across the ATO and the                       NextGen programs.
          Service Units. Due June 30, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 1:
  Core Business Target: System                                             Update draft ISS views and overlays. Due April 30,
  Engineering Support Services                                             2011
                                                                           Activity Target 2:
  Support NextGen Information Security Architecture and
  requirements by achieving zero (0) successful cyber                      Develop Transition Plan for Enterprise Boundary
  attacks on NAS sytems by September, 2011.                                Protection (EBP) capability. Due June 30, 2011
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          Activity Target 3:
                                                                         Core Activity: Encourage participation
          Develop Transition Plan for Intrusion Detection                in the Agency's mentoring program.
          and Response (ID&R) capability. Due September                  Encourage participation in the Agency's mentoring
          30, 2011                                                       program.
  Core Business Target:                                                    Activity Target 1:
  Implement and facilitate FAA                                             Provide mentors annually in support of the Human
                                                                           Resources Mentoring Program. Due September
  organization excellence goals                                            30, 2011
  within the Western Service Area.                                       Core Activity: Timely Personnel
  Implement and facilitate FAA organization excellence                   Certification
  goals within the Western Service Area.                                 Issue Personnel Certification in a timely manner
                                                                         after required technical training.
    Core Business Initiative: Support
    FAA Wide Employee Development                                          Activity Target 1:
    Programs                                                               80% of current FY required personnel certification
    Identify and develop qualified candidates that reflect                 will be issued within 180 days of the completion of
    the desired diversity and culture of the organization.                 technical training. Due September 30, 2011
      Core Activity: Conduct Front Line                           Core Business Target: System
      Manager's Operational Workshop
      Front Line Manager's Operational Workshop                   Operations Security Strategic
                                                                  Operations
          Activity Target 1:                                      The Strategic Operations Security (AJR-22) is
          Conduct a minimum of one class Due September            responsible for the planning and coordination of
          30, 2011                                                homeland security/national defense needs within the
                                                                  NAS. AJR-22 communicates the implementation of all
      Core Activity: Encourage participation                      operational security procedures and any impacts on the
      in the Agency's mentoring program.                          NAS. AJR-22's objective is to mitigate the impact of
      Encourage participation in the Agency's mentoring           these measures on the safety and efficiency of the NAS
      program.                                                    through effective planning and implementation.
          Activity Target 1:                                           Core Business Initiative: Core
          Provide mentors annually in support of the Human             Business Function: System
          Resources Mentoring Program. Due September
          30, 2011                                                     Operations Communications
                                                                       Program
  Core Business Target:                                                Manage ATO's compliance with national policy on
                                                                       Communication Security (COMSEC).
  Implement and facilitate FAA                                           Core Activity: Manage ATO's COMSEC
  organization excellence goals                                          Program
  within the Eastern Service Area.                                       Manage the ATO's Communication Security
                                                                         (COMSEC) Program as required by FAAO 1600.8.
  Implement and facilitate FAA organization excellence
  goals within the Eastern Service Area.                                   Activity Target 1:
    Core Business Initiative: Support                                      Execute the COMSEC project plan to assure
                                                                           ATO's COMSEC need are met, in compliance with
    FAA Wide Employee Development                                          FAAO 1600.8. Completion evidenced by
    Programs                                                               successful COMSEC audit. Due September 30,
    Identify and develop qualified candidates that reflect                 2011
    the desired diversity and culture of the organization.                 Activity Target 2:
      Core Activity: Conduct Front Line                                    Complete all review and reports as required for the
      Manager's Operational Workshop                                       Communications Security Program IAW FAAO
      Front Line Manager's Operational Workshop                            1600.8, including semi-annual inventory of all
                                                                           COMSEC equipment. Due September 30, 2011
                                                                           Activity Target 3:
          Activity Target 1:
                                                                           Complete personnel and information security
          Conduct a minimum of one class Due September
                                                                           accreditations, validate clearances and complete
          30, 2011
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          visit access requests in compliance with FAAO                    with USG Freedom of Information Act guidelines.
          1370.82. Due September 30, 2011                                  Brief Manager, AJR-22 on issues and response
                                                                           within 30 days of request. Due September 30,
    Core Business Initiative: National                                     2011
    Aviation Security Policy                                              Core Activity: Develop and Manage
    Manage the implementation of National Aviation
    Security Policy.                                                      Formal Training Program for Air Traffic
      Core Activity: Manage International                                 Security Coordinators
                                                                          Develop and Manage Formal Training Program for
      Flight Information Manual (IFIM)                                    Air Traffic Security Coordinators.
      webpage for US Prohibitions,
      Restrictions, and Notices.                                           Activity Target 1:
      Manage content for International Flight Information                  Develop and implement a standardized training
      Manual (IFIM) webpage for US Prohibitions,                           program for Tactical Operations Security facilities.
      Restrictions, and Notices.                                           Due September 30, 2011

          Activity Target 1:                                              Core Activity: Develop and Manage
          Complete a weekly review of all web links and                   System Operations Security Automation
          FDC NOTAMS, post new/remove old information,                    Programs
          and answer questions sent to 9-ATOR-HQ-IFOS                     Develop and Manage System Operations Security
          group email address. Provide a monthly briefing to              Automation Programs
          internal FAA representatives on actions taken.
          Compliance report to Manager, AJR-22. Due                        Activity Target 1:
          September 30, 2011                                               Develop and draft outline with synchronized
                                                                           program development timelines of AJR-2
      Core Activity: Aviation Data Base                                    automation program Due March 30, 2011
      Management and Safety                                                Activity Target 2:
      Provide support for aviation data base management
                                                                           Establish AJR-2 Automation Program Plan to
      and the System Operations Safety Board.
                                                                           include requirements and timelines. Due
          Activity Target 1:                                               September 30, 2011
          Provide support for data base management for                    Core Activity: Manage System
          ADAPT, ETMS, and AVS WEB OPS for internal                       Operations Security Business Plan, and
          FAA and interagency customers. Report to
          manager, AJR-22 monthly on data base
                                                                          Performance Measurements, and
          management support activities and issues. Due                   Analysis
          September 30, 2011                                              Develop annual AJR-2 Business Plan and complete
          Activity Target 2:                                              performance measurements and analysis tasks.
          Participate in the System Operations Safety Board                Activity Target 1:
          to identify safety and safety management systems                 Develop annual business plan for AJR-2 in
          (SMS) issues that may potentially impact a change                compliance with FAA and internal guidelines. Due
          agent or safety analysis. Brief Manager, AJR-22                  April 30, 2011
          on a monthly basis on any changes or safety                      Activity Target 2:
          analyses participated in. Artifacts available by
          Sep