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RTCA CTF-4

Task Force 4, Final Report of the RTCA Task Force 4 Certification

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Organization: RTCA
Publication Date: 26 February 1999
Status: active
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Any improvements in safety, capacity, or efficiency will require some form of change. Prior to operationally implementing the improvement, equipment, procedures, and people will need to be "certified." Experience, both prior to and during the Task Force, indicate that significant benefits will accrue to the entire aviation community if the process is "systems oriented" and if refinements are made to reduce the time and cost of the process thereby expediting the availability of the operational enhancements. The Final Report of the RTCA Task Force 4 Certification underscores the critical role of certification in achieving FAA's safety and June 2014 RTCA List of Available Documents Page 106 of 142 modernization goals and provides 15 consensus-based recommendations for improving the certification process.

Document History

RTCA CTF-4
February 26, 1999
Task Force 4, Final Report of the RTCA Task Force 4 Certification
Any improvements in safety, capacity, or efficiency will require some form of change. Prior to operationally implementing the improvement, equipment, procedures, and people will need to be...
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