Section 1. General
The primary task of the position is management including, but not limited to, the classification, processing, and dissemination of s. services are provided in accordance with FAA Order 7930.2, Notices to Air Missions (), applicable LOAs, and approved local procedures.
- personnel, regardless of position, must immediately report any situation or condition considered an immediate hazard to flight to the most appropriate air traffic facility. Other situations should be reported on a priority basis to the appropriate accountable organization.
- specialists must accept all aeronautical information regardless of source or subject matter, provided the occurrence is no more than seven days in the future.
- The party that originates the on behalf of the accountable organization is responsible for the accuracy, origination, and cancellation of the .
- Alaska personnel receiving information that requires action by another must forward the information to that for appropriate action as soon as practicable. For example, if Kenai receives a for Homer , the Kenai specialist will forward it to Homer to issue.
- The certified source is responsible for the correct classification and format of the and for ensuring that facilities affected by the are aware of the new .
- specialists are responsible for issuing s that are not covered in any example in FAA Order 7930.2, Notices to Air Missions (), but meet criteria. If, after consulting with management, a format cannot be determined, management should contact the USNOF for assistance.
- A certified source or originator (for example, airport operator, Tech Ops /service provider, or ) is the party who enters/submits a to the System (NS) on behalf of the accountable organization using an approved direct entry tool or interface.
- An accountable organization is responsible for accurately reporting the condition considered to be a hazard or potential hazard to flight operations. Reporting the condition must be accomplished by ensuring that procedures are developed to establish origination and coordination responsibilities.
FAA Order 7930.2, Para 1-3-1, Air Traffic Organization (ATO).