Presentation on theme: "FAA Update Airports Program"— Presentation transcript:
1FAA Update Airports Program Association of California Airports Conference
2FAA Update AIP Program Review What’s New in AWP Hot Topics Airport Safety2
3Note: Data as of September 5, 2014. FY14 AIP Funds Issued To DateStateEntitlementDiscretionaryTotalArizona$21M..$6M…$27M…California$76M..$116M…$192M…Nevada$19M..$0M…$19M…Hawaii$28M..$3M…$31M…Pacific Islands$13M..$5M…$18M…Total:$157M..$130M…$287M…Note: Data as of September 5, 2014.
4Target Balance Vs. Actual Regional Balance Grant YearFY13FY12FY11FY10Target: August 19(45%)(21%)(9%)(5%)Arizona50%23%3%1%California60%15%Nevada47%14%< 1%Hawaii68%6%9%0%Pacific Islands65%21%5%AWP57%(Behind by $50M)20%2%(Ahead by $12M)Note: Data as of September 5, 2014.Within 5% of goalBeyond 5% of Goal
5Note: Data as of September 5, 2014. Grants with No PaymentsState> 6 Months> 9 Months> 12 MonthsArizona61921California133018Nevada547Hawaii1Pacific IslandsTotal:255546Note: Data as of September 5, 2014.
6Inactive GrantsGrant condition requires sponsors to complete projects without undue delay.Sponsors with inactive grants will be considered as elevated risk. (requires additional payment documentation).Grant inactivity is a factor in considering future AIP grants with state apportionment and discretionary funding.FAA may pursue unilateral closeouts for inactive grants.
8FY15 - It Is Not Business As Usual Unlike Previous Years:Open bids by May 1 to June 30 (better chance of getting $)Carryover on May 1Unilateral Closeouts on Inactive GrantsProject Notice-To-Proceed with 6 months of Grant Issuance
9Important Dates for FY15 Program EventsDue DatesEnvironmental (FONSI, ROD, or CAT EX)December 31ApplicationsDeclare CarryoverMay 1Open BidsMay 1 - June 1Grant Offers (approximate)June 15Grant Execution (approximate)July 15
10Hot Topics Vehicle Pedestrian Deviations Potentially the highest year for total V/PDs3 VPDs during FY trigger special emphasis meetingV/PDs and RIs at 139 airports dramatically exceed GA in FY14FYTotal V/PDsTotal RIsV/PD 139V/PD GARI 139RI GA20106942353419232011634329202012682745101720139039512221201475462518Note: Data as of September 5, 2014.
11Part 139 Certification New and Improved New Process Improvements New FAA Airport InspectorsFully staffed, improved customer service and oversightInspections at Large Hub AirportsTwo FAA Airport Inspectors100% Training Records ReviewFindings: Insufficient training; Recurrent timelines not meeting the orderRisk Based MetricsHigh risk short correction timeframe; Low risk longer correction timeframeExtensionsApproved by Branch ManagerRegional SOPsStandardize procedures for efficiencyRegional Tracking SystemImproved discrepancy tracking and reportingCOMPLIANCE WITH THE REGULATION IS NOT CONTINGENT UPON AIP FUNDING