(a) Acquire, manage, and dispose of Government aircraft (i.e., Federal aircraft and commercial aviation services (CAS); see § 102-33.45) as safely, efficiently, and effectively as possible consistent with the nature of your agency's aviation missions;
(b) Document and report the—
(1) Types and numbers of your Federal aircraft;
(2) Costs of acquiring and operating Government aircraft;
(3) Amount of time that your agency uses Government aircraft; and
(4) Accidents and incidents involving Government aircraft;
(c) Ensure that your Government aircraft are used only to accomplish your agency's official Government business;
(d) Ensure that all passengers traveling on your agency's Government aircraft are authorized to travel on such aircraft (see OMB Circular A-126);
(e) Appoint (by letter to the Associate Administrator, Office of Governmentwide Policy, GSA) a Senior Aviation Management Official (SAMO), who will be your agency's primary member of the Interagency Committee for Aviation Policy (ICAP) (this paragraph (e) applies to all executive agencies that use aircraft, including the Department of Defense (DOD), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB);
(f) Designate an official (by letter to the Associate Administrator, Office of Governmentwide Policy, GSA) to certify the accuracy and completeness of information reported by your agency through the Federal Aviation Interactive Reporting System (FAIRS) (this official may be the SAMO or may be another individual who has the appropriate authority). (Armed Forces agencies, which include DOD and the U.S. Coast Guard, are not required to report information to FAIRS.);
(g) Appoint representatives of the agency as members of ICAP subcommittees and working groups; and
(h) Ensure that your agency's internal policies and procedures are consistent with the requirements of OMB Circulars A-126 and A-76 and this part.
Title 41 published on 2009-07-01
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