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IT 1100.171 - Office of Information and Technology (AIT) Organization

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IT 1100.171
Office of Information and Technology (AIT) Organization
Date Issued
July 02, 2018
Responsible Office
ASP-110,  Policy and Administration
Access Restriction
This order describes and provides the Office of Information and Technology’s (AIT) mission, functions, responsibilities and organizational structure to the lowest level. The organizational structure, including functions at the director level, is documented in the current edition of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Order 1100.1, FAA Organization—Policies and Standards. The FAA Chief Information Officer (CIO) is the principal adviser to the Administrator and to the Lines of Business (LOBs) and Staff Offices (SOs) on matters involving Information Technology (IT) management, and has primary FAA oversight responsibility for all Agency IT investments. The CIO promotes and guides FAA IT direction and implementation that foster agency goals for improving "safety, mobility, global connectivity, environmental stewardship, security, and organizational excellence.

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