Inspector general?s report says the FAA has bungled a $36 billion project
The Federal Aviation Administration has mishandled a $36 billion project to modernize the antiquated aviation management system, according to a harshly critical inspector general?s report released Thursday.
It was the fourth inspector general?s critique in as many years of a program known as NextGen, on which more than $7 billion in federal funds has already been spent.
This latest report says the FAA lacks ?a clearly established framework for managing the overall oversight of NextGen.?
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