What are GSA's responsibilities for Federal aviation management?
Under OMB Circular A-126, “Improving the Management and Use of Government Aircraft,” revised May 22, 1992 (available from http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb ), GSA's chief responsibilities for Federal aviation management are to maintain—
(a) A single office (i.e., MTA) for developing policy for improving the management of Federal aviation, including acquisition, operation, safety, and disposal of Government aircraft, and publishing that policy;
(b) An interagency committee (i.e., the ICAP), whose members represent the executive agencies that use Government aircraft to conduct their official business (including FAA and NTSB specifically) and advise GSA on developing policy for managing Government aircraft; and
(c) A management information system to collect, analyze, and report information on the inventory, cost, usage, and safety of Government aircraft.
Note to § 102-33.40:See OMB Circular A-126 for a complete listing of GSA's responsibilities related to Federal aviation.
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