For the first time in 2018, ARSA is hosting a day of Executive to Executive (E2E) Briefings as a component of its 2018 Annual Repair Symposium. E2E participants will spend March 13 moving between the Departments of Commerce, State and Transportation (including a stop at the office of the FAA’s Acting Deputy Administrator) in an effort to spread the word about the aviation maintenance industry’s needs in terms of regulatory, trade and business policy.
Help the association consider further outreach to different parts of the U.S. federal government. Answer this month’s “Quick Question”…
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