A contracting program designed to make the Federal Aviation Administration more efficient cost the government millions in overruns, according to a Transportation Department investigation.
What does FAA stand for?
FAA stands for Federal Aviation Administration (US government)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 310 other meanings of FAA in our Acronym Attic
- Financial Accounting 3
- Future Audit 3.0 (software)
- Flight Attendants for Union Democracy (Association for Union Democracy; workers union)
- Angolan Armed Forces
- Faith Arts Academy (Silver Spring, MD)
- Family Allowance, Class A
- Fatal Accidents Act (Canada)
- Fatty Acid Amine
- Federación Agraria Argentina (Spanish: Argentina Agricultural Federation; Argentina)
- Federal Arbitration Act
- Federal Aviation Agency (US government, pre-1967 name of the Federal Aviation Administration)
- Fédération Algérienne d'Athlétisme (French: Algerian Athletics Federation; Algeria)
- Fédération des Auto-Écoles Agréées (French: Federation of Motorbikes; Belgium)
- Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (also seen as FAAS)
- Filipino-American Association (various locations)
- Filipinos for Affirmative Action (Oakland, CA)
- Filled Aperture Antenna
- Financial Administration Act (Canada)
- Financial Aid Administrator (various organizations)
- Financial Aid Advisor
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nine years later, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, reports Matthew Wald in The New York Times, "complained to the Federal Aviation Administration that it had slowed to a crawl on changes needed to prevent a similar accident.
AMT is a two-year program leading to an Associate's degree and eligibility for certification by the Federal Aviation Administration as aviation maintenance technicians with airframe and power plant ratings.
Lawmakers at a House subcommittee hearing on Thursday said the Federal Aviation Administration has not done enough to address key safety issues.