The United States has over 900,000 active Airmen utilizing the national airspace system. Reducing accidents and saving lives is central to the mission of the United States Federal Aviation Administration(FAA). A constant challenge the FAA has is how to communicate with a large decentralized population when you are a relatively small centralized organization with limited man power. One way the FAA interacts with pilots is through its outreach programs. Gold Systems has worked with the FAA to develop communication strategies and outreach programs utilizing web based technologies. Programs such as the Safety Program Airmen Notification System (SPANS) and the Aviation Learning Center (ALC) are accessed through an online portal located at FAASafety.gov developed by Gold Systems.
Gold Systems has invested heavily in maintaining subject matter expertise in Aviation Safety. One of our senior analysts on the project is a commercial pilot with a flight instructor rating. We take several of our staff members every year to Sun and Fun and the Oshkosh air shows to participate in the aviation community and learn more about the systems' end users.
Since 2004 Gold Systems has continued to develop, maintain, and host the FAASafety.gov system and other FAA applications. Gold Systems has helped the FAA streamline workflow, improve communications with Airmen, and reduce costs. For example the SPANS system alone saves the government an estimated 2.5 million dollars annually in postal costs.
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