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Based in Charlottesville, Virginia, the ACSA chose Microsoft Dynamics AX to replace its legacy financial management and payroll system that has been in service for more than 20 years.
The ACSA is designed to facilitate reciprocal logistics support between all involved parties.
No one on the plane was hurt, but four ground employees who were in the building sustained minor injuries, ACSA said.
The ACSA Feather Awards are based on the results of monthly passenger feedback surveys conducted throughout the year, evaluating airline service quality average, quality management system average and 15-minute on-time performance average.
ACSA will also have to respond flexibly to airline schedule demands at peak times during the 64-game competition.
Despite the fact that all airline crews are subject to the same customs inspection that passengers face, ACSA has set up a task force including police and customs officers to try to stop smuggling.
What we're doing in Algiers is almost exactly what the Bring Back New Orleans Commission proposed," notes ACSA Superintendent Brian Riedlinger.
The ACSA [acquisition cross-servicing agreements] Global Automated Tracking and Reporting System (AGATRS) allows the Joint Staff, combatant commands, and service component to improve visibility and management of ACSAs.