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Office of Aviation Medicine Strategic Plan
  • Published Date:
    1992-02-01
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[PDF-50.30 KB]


Details:
  • Resource Type:
  • NTL Classification:
    NTL-AVIATION-Aviation Human Factors ; NTL-AVIATION-Aviation Planning and Policy
  • Format:
  • Abstract:
    This was the first strategic plan for the Office of Aviation Medicine (AAM).

    The AAM is a geographically and functionally diverse organization that provides

    a wide range of aviation medical services to the FAA and the national and

    international aviation industry. The plan was developed at the request of the

    Federal Air Surgeon and is based on an evaluation of AAM's current and future

    environment, the National Transportation Policy (NTP), and the Federal Aviation

    Administration (FAA) Strategic Plan. The plan was developed through a

    collaborative process using the FAA model involving the Federal Air Surgeon,

    The Federal Air Surgeon's Management Team (FASMT), The Strategic Planning Task

    Force, and the AAM Planning Staff. The plan sets forth AAM's roles and

    responsibilities, an environmental analysis and organization strategy. The five

    strategic issue areas of this plan are: 1. Customer Needs Identification,

    2. Customer Satisfaction, 3. Aviation Work Environment, 4. Human Performance,

    and 5. International Leadership. This plan is the second office wide plan

    issued by AAM; the first, "Office of Aviation Medicine (AAM) Information

    Systems Strategy", was issued in February 1991. Both plans are part of the

    office planning process which, in time, will produce an Office Action (Business)

    Plan, Operational Plans for the major program areas, Regional Division Plans,

    and Emergency Readiness Plans. All of these plans are interrelated and will be

    reviewed and updated annually. 31p. To view current plan visit

    .

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