FAA STD- Data Standard for the National Airspace System (NAS)

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1.4.4 Soliciting inputs
The responsible developing organization shall solicit inputs regarding the data standards selected and the data standards needed from those organizations that will interface with or be affected by the target system, e.g., all stakeholder organizations, users, support, personnel, contracting officers, and potential bidders. Once consensus has been reached by the stakeholders regarding what the applicable data standards, these decisions become part of the IRD/ICD.

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Standardization is an enabling strategy, which can help developing organizations and system owners to achieve a common goal of providing the NAS with equipment that is interoperable, reliable and technologically superior. Since the FAA usually retains existing systems beyond their planned service life, affordable and rapid technology insertion depends, in part, on FAA's ability to define standard solutions across systems based on performance and interface requirements. Adoption of application- independent data standards will help the FAA integrate and share NAS information across multiple systems, programs, government agencies, industry, and the international community.

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