The System Operations Organization is responsible for planning, directing, implementing, overseeing, and continuously monitoring all programs related to air traffic control systems used by the FAA at the Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC), located in Warrenton, Virginia, and throughout the United States.
The System Operations Director provides direction and management to Directors of Tactical Operations (DTOs), supervisory air traffic control specialists, managers, and staff members. �The director collaborates with domestic and foreign air traffic service providers and aviation representatives on a regular basis to tactically and strategically evaluate system capacity and demand. �The director provides leadership, direction, and guidance in the development of procedures and standards for air traffic control in support of FAA customers utilizing the Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) process.
The ATCSCC monitors and manages the flow of air traffic throughout the NAS, producing a safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of traffic while minimizing delays.
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