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Civil Aviation Working Group The purpose of the CAWG is to develop the necessary modifications to enable S1000D to be the world-wide accepted future Technical Data exchange standard for the Civil Aviation industry. Chair - David Nilsson, Boeing Administrator - Paul Conn, ATA
Configuration Management / Traceability Interest Group The purpose of the Configuration Management / Traceability Interest Group (CMTIG) is to provide a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing challenges, recommending enhancements and developing consensus for electronic data exchange standards. The scope of the CMTIG includes standards for exchange of configuration data (allowable, as delivered & as operated/maintained), standards for permanent part marking, RFID and other AIDC methodology, and data required to maintain cradle-to-grave part traceability. The Group is responsible for maintaining Spec 2000 Chapter 9 and iSpec 2200 Configuration Management. Accepting volunteers for Chair. Administrator – Ken Jones, ATA.
Digital Security Working Group The purpose of the Digital Security Working Group (DSWG) is to provide a forum to address the application of digital security technologies and standards to ATA e-Business specifications. The DSWG will establish best practices and conventions for the application of digital security in the ATA standards and will serve as a resource to the Functional Interest Groups, other Integration Working Groups, and Project Teams as needed. The DSWG is responsible for the maintenance of ATA Spec 42. Co-chairs - Regan Brossard, Boeing and Gil Mulin, Airbus Administrator – Paul Conn, ATA.
e-Business Steering Group The purpose of the e-Business Steering Group is to oversee the development and maintenance of e-business standards published in ATA Spec 2000, iSpec 2200 and the accompanying data dictionary and data model. The Steering Group sets the strategic path for these standards to ensure that all project team efforts and specification change requests are consistent with the industry’s e-business vision, mission and strategic plan.
Electronic Logbook Project Team The Electronic Logbook Project Team (ELPT) is dedicated to the creation and maintenance of an industry standard data model to support the exchange of Electronic Logbook data. This specification will include flight log (journey log), maintenance log (airplane faults, maintenance actions, maintenance release, servicing) and fueling information. In general, the standard will focus on line maintenance activities and will not specifically cover heavy maintenance activities. Chair - Steve Yukawa, Boeing Administrator - Ken Jones, ATA
Flight Operations Interest Group The purpose of the Flight Operations Interest Group (FOIG) is to provide a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing challenges, recommending enhancements and developing consensus for electronic data exchange standards. The scope of the FOIG includes standards for Flight Crew Operating Procedures, Limitations, System Descriptions, Performance, and Dispatch Condition. The Group is responsible for maintaining iSpec 2200 Section 3-6. Chair - Bill Cunningham, Boeing Vice-chair - Terrie Parsons, United Airlines Administrator - Paul Conn, ATA
Industry Performance Metrics Project Team Develop a set of supplier performance metrics with a common set of ground rules and defined parameters. These metrics are particularly aimed at product/customer support functions such as parts delivery, warranty process, repair process, reliability, product support and technical issue resolution. Chair: Penny Dennehy, Boeing Admin: Ken Jones, ATA
Regulatory Documentation Interest Group The purpose of the Regulatory Documentation Interest Group (RDIG) is to provide a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing challenges, recommending enhancements and developing consensus for electronic data exchange standards. The scope of the RDIG includes standards for the exchange of airworthiness release certificates, part certification forms, transfer documents, and other aircraft product and part documentation. The Group is responsible for maintaining Spec 2000 Chapter 16. Chair: Dave Gast, FedEx. Vice-Chair: Open Administrator - Ken Jones, ATA.
Reliability Interest Group The purpose of the Reliability Interest Group (RIG) is to provide a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing challenges, recommending enhancements and developing consensus for electronic data exchange standards relating to aircraft reliability. The scope of the RIG includes standards for exchange of aircraft hours & landings, aircraft logbook, aircraft event, scheduled maintenance, shop findings, LRU removals, service bulletin / modification incorporation, and other reliability information. The Group is responsible for maintaining Spec 2000 Chapter 11 and reliability metrics in Spec 2000 Chapter 13. Chair - Ed Sweezey, American Airlines Administrator - Ken Jones, ATA
RFID on Parts Project Team The purpose of the RFID on Parts Project Team is to develop industry standards for the encoding of data on RFID tags which are to be affixed to parts for the life of the part. Chair - Open Administrator - Ken Jones, ATA
Supply Chain Management Interest Group The purpose of the Supply Chain Management Interest Group (SCMIG) is to provide a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing challenges, recommending enhancements and developing consensus for electronic data exchange standards. The scope of the SCMIG includes standards for part procurement, provisioning, repair, warranty, trading partner management and other supply chain functions. The Group is responsible for maintaining Spec 2000 Chapters 1-8, 12, 13, 14 and the World Airline and Suppliers Guide. Chair - Rick Karsten, American Airlines Administrator - Ken Jones, ATA
Teardown / Shop Findings Report Project Team To create a harmonized electronic teardown / shop findings report that can be delivered to the customer with an electronic airworthiness certificate at time of repair completion. Chair: Dave Gast, FedEx Administrator - Ken Jones, ATA