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1 Federal Aviation Administration 1 Georgia Airports Association February 25, 2015 Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration GAA 2015 Spring Workshop Georgia Airports Association Atlanta Airports District Office February 25, 2015 AIP Program Update

2 Federal Aviation Administration 2 Georgia Airports Association February 25, 2015 Federal Update FY 14 Recap FY 2015 AIP Program FY 2016 AIP Program Odds & Ends

3 Federal Aviation Administration 3 Georgia Airports Association February 25, AIP Program October 1, 2013 – September 30, 2014 ATL-ADO Total Program = $164 Million Georgia Commercial Airports: $32 Million Georgia General Aviation Airports: $35.6 Million (through GDOT/Block Grant) Georgia Total: $67.6 million ($32.1 Discretionary)

4 Federal Aviation Administration 4 Georgia Airports Association February 25, 2015 FY 2015 AIP Program All Airports Submitted Their Annual CIP’s in December 2013 ADO Established 2015 AIP Program in May 2014 ADO PM’s currently conducting Pre-Grant Conferences for FY15 Projects Work with ADO PM on Bidding schedules First Grants – Possibly by May 1 st Grant Acceptance NLT August 15 th

5 Federal Aviation Administration 5 Georgia Airports Association February 25, 2015 FY 2016 AIP Program CIP Call Letter Issued in October 2014 (Dec. 1 submittal) ADO PM’s are currently reviewing This April – Selection of Projects & Disc. Program We Continue to Encourage Prior-year Design

6 Federal Aviation Administration 6 Georgia Airports Association February 25, 2015 Odds & Ends Environmental Determinations – ADO cannot program project until environmental finding is complete (CATEX, FONSI, EIS) –(CATEX Det. – SOP # 5.00) Project Not Ready to Go – Design Not Complete/Sponsor cannot execute grant agreement by August 15 th, Bids > Available Funding Missing/Inadequate Sponsor Price/Cost Analysis – Bid Tabs/Engineers Estimate/Appraisals/Independent Fee Estimate (AIP Handbook. Chapter 3, Section 14) Expired System for Award Management (SAM) Registration – Expires Annually (www.sam.gov) 20:1 Approach Penetrations / All Air Side Needs Not Met - Revenue Producing Projects

7 Federal Aviation Administration 7 Georgia Airports Association February 25, 2015 Odds & Ends Procurement – 2 CFR 200, Subpart D –(Use FAA Specifications where available, Do not Modify without first obtaining MOS) Approved DBE Program – AIP Funds ≥ $250K/Yr., Updates submitted every 3 Yrs. to FAA Office of Civil Rights (49 CFR 26) Annual Single Audit – Sponsor receiving more than $750K/Yr. Federal Funds (2 CFR 200, Subpart F) Construction Safety Phasing Plans – SOP # 1.00 Old Grants - 4 Yrs. Old and Older Financially Inactive Grants months without a drawdown

8 Federal Aviation Administration 8 Georgia Airports Association February 25, Questions

9 Federal Aviation Administration 9 Georgia Airports Association February 25, 2015 Thank You! Atlanta Airports District Office


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