Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee-New Task (Part 145 Working Group), 2715-2717 [2018-00819]

Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 12 / Thursday, January 18, 2018 / Notices it should not contain any non-public proprietary, privileged, business, commercial, and other sensitive information (collectively, Confidential Information) that the working group members would not want to be publicly available. With respect to working groups, there may be instances where members will share Commercial Information within the working group for purposes of completing an assigned tasked. Members must not disclose to any third party, or use for any purposes other than the assigned task, any and all Confidential Information disclosed to one party by the other party, without the prior written consent of the party whose Confidential Information is being disclosed. All parties must treat the Confidential Information of the disclosing party as it would treat its own Confidential Information, but in no event shall it use less than a reasonable degree of care. If any Confidential Information is shared with the FAA representative on a working group, it must be properly marked in accordance with the Office of Rulemaking Committee Manual, ARM–001–15. Issued in Washington, DC, on January 11, 2018. Lirio Liu, Designated Federal Officer, Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee. BILLING CODE 4910–13–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Aviation Administration Fourteenth RTCA SC–229 406 MHz ELT Joint Plenary With EUROCAE WG–98 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). ACTION: Fourteenth RTCA SC–229 406 MHz ELT Joint Plenary with EUROCAE WG–98. AGENCY: The FAA is issuing this notice to advise the public of a meeting of the Fourteenth RTCA SC–229 406 MHz ELT Joint Plenary with EUROCAE WG–98. DATES: The meeting will be held March 13–16, 2018 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ADDRESSES: The meeting will be held at: THALES ALENIA SPACE, 26 avenue J.F. Champollion, Toulouse, FRANCE. Registration is required to attend this event no later than February 2, 2018. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Rebecca Morrison at rmorrison@rtca.org or 202–330–0654, or The RTCA Secretariat, 1150 18th Street NW, Suite 910, Washington, DC 20036, or by telephone at (202) 833–9339, fax at (202) sradovich on DSK3GMQ082PROD with NOTICES VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:27 Jan 17, 2018 Jkt 244001 Pursuant to section 10(a)(2) of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (Pub. L. 92– 463, 5 U.S.C., App.), notice is hereby given for a meeting of the Fourteenth RTCA SC–229 406 MHz ELT Joint Plenary with EUROCAE WG–98. The agenda will include the following: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Tuesday March 13, 2018, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. 1. Welcome/introductions/ administrative remarks/DFO FAA statement 2. Agenda overview and approval 3. Minutes Washington DC meeting review and approval 4. Review action items from Washington DC meeting 5. Week’s plan 6. Working group of the whole meeting (rest of the day) to answer the comments received during the second pre–FRAC/open consultation Wednesday March 14, 2018 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. 7. Working group of the whole meeting to answer the comments received during the pre–FRAC/OC Thursday March 15, 2018 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. [FR Doc. 2018–00817 Filed 1–17–18; 8:45 am] SUMMARY: 833–9434, or website at http:// www.rtca.org. 8. Working group of the whole meeting to answer the comments received during the pre–FRAC/OC Friday March 16, 2018 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. 9. Action item review 10. Consider a motion to open final review and comment/open consultation on the revision to RTCA/DO–204B, EUROCAE ED– 62B 11. Future meeting plans and dates for formal FRAC/open consultation 12. Future meeting plans for the WG–98 (MASPS for return link service) 13. Other business 14. Adjourn Attendance is open to the interested public but limited to space availability. Registration is required to attend the event no later than February 2, 2018. With the approval of the chairman, members of the public may present oral statements at the meeting. Persons wishing to present statements or obtain information should contact the person listed in the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT section. Members of the public may present a written statement to the committee at any time. PO 00000 Frm 00101 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 2715 Issued in Washington, DC on January 12, 2018. Mohannad Dawoud, Management & Program Analyst, Partnership Contracts Branch, ANG–A17, NextGen, Procurement Services Division, Federal Aviation Administration. [FR Doc. 2018–00772 Filed 1–17–18; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–13–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Aviation Administration Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee—New Task (Part 145 Working Group) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of a new task assignment for the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) and solicitation of membership applicants. AGENCY: The FAA has assigned the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) a new task to provide recommendations regarding the agency’s guidance on the certification and oversight of all part 145 repair stations. This notice informs the public of the new ARAC activity and solicits membership for the new Part 145 Working Group. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Paul M. Cloutier, Federal Aviation Administration, AFS–300, 800 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20591, paul.m.cloutier@faa.gov, (858) 999–7671, (202) 267–1812. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: SUMMARY: ARAC Acceptance of Task As a result of its December 14, 2017, ARAC meeting, the ARAC accepted this tasking to establish a Part 145 Working Group. The Part 145 Working Group will serve as staff to the ARAC and provide advice and recommendations on the assigned task. The ARAC will review and accept the initial and final recommendation reports and will submit them to the FAA. Background The FAA established the ARAC to provide information, advice, and recommendations on aviation-related issues to the FAA Administrator, through the Associate Administrator of Aviation Safety. The FAA recognizes the critical role that guidance documents play. Welldesigned guidance documents serve many important functions both within an organization and externally to the regulatory programs they support. While guidance documents do not have the E:\FR\FM\18JAN1.SGM 18JAN1 2716 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 12 / Thursday, January 18, 2018 / Notices force of law in the way regulations do, they are often heavily relied on internally to establish, issue, and describe agency policy, responsibilities, methods, and procedures. When guidance documents do not reflect current regulatory requirements and FAA, AVS, and AFS policies, the outcome is an uneven and inconsistent application of agency guidance and standards. The Part 145 Working Group will provide recommendations to the FAA to support the goal of consistent and clear guidance documents. Additionally, the agency’s policies advocate performance-based oversight. However, guidance documents, particularly those directed at the agency’s workforce are often prescription based. The Part 145 Working Group is asked to provide recommendations that will support the applicant’s performance-based decision making and the agency’s evaluation of those decisions. sradovich on DSK3GMQ082PROD with NOTICES The Tasks The Working Group is tasked to: (1) Perform a comprehensive review of internal and external guidance material, in relation to the current laws and regulations, that pertain to certificating and overseeing all part 145 repair stations. This review will include pertinent— (a) FAA Orders, Notices, Advisory Circulars, Job Aids and Safety Assurance System (SAS) Data Collection Tools. (b) Laws and executive orders, particularly those associated with inclusion of small business and paperwork reduction act requirements in agency policy and guidance. (2) Develop recommendations on improvements to— (a) Internal and external guidance material to ensure it is: (i) Aligned and compliant with the aviation safety regulations, other laws and executive orders reviewed in (1)(b). (ii) Annotated to the applicable rule, other law or executive order; and, (iii) Consistently numbered to ensure a comprehensive relationship between the guidance document and the annotated rule, law or executive order. (iv) Developed to communicate the agency’s expectations for compliance to the public and the FAA workforce in a comprehensive and consistent manner, including the tools necessary to ensure the application and evaluation of compliance includes performance-based oversight. (b) Oversight by the FAA’s domestic ` and foreign workforce vis-a-vis the amount, type, scope, and complexity of VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:27 Jan 17, 2018 Jkt 244001 work being performed and the certificate holders’ size. (3) Develop a preliminary and final report containing recommendations based on the analysis and findings. The reports should document both majority and dissenting positions on the recommendations and the rationale for each position. Disagreements should be documented, including the reason and rationale for each position. The working group may be reinstated to assist the ARAC in responding to the FAA’s questions or concerns after the recommendation report has been submitted. Schedule The preliminary and final recommendation reports will be submitted to the ARAC for review, acceptance, and submission to the FAA. The preliminary report is to be submitted no later than 24 months from the first meeting of the Part 145 Working Group. The final report will be submitted no later than 12 months after the preliminary report is forwarded to the FAA by ARAC. Working Group Activity The Part 145 Working Group must comply with the procedures adopted by the ARAC, which are as follows: 1. Conduct a review and analysis of the assigned tasks and any other related materials or documents. 2. Draft and submit a work plan for completion of each task, including the rationale supporting such a plan, for consideration by the ARAC. 3. Provide a status report at each ARAC meeting. 4. Draft and submit the preliminary and final recommendation reports based on the review and analysis of the assigned tasks. 5. Present the preliminary and final recommendation reports to the ARAC at a scheduled meeting for public discussion. Participation in the Working Group The Working Group will be comprised of technical and regulatory experts having an interest in the assigned task. A working group member need not be a member representative of the ARAC. The FAA would like a wide range of stakeholders to ensure all aspects of the tasks are considered in development of the recommendations. The provisions of the August 13, 2014, Office of Management and Budget guidance, ‘‘Revised Guidance on Appointment of Lobbyists to Federal Advisory Committees, Boards, and Commissions’’ (79 FR 47482), continues the ban on registered lobbyists PO 00000 Frm 00102 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 participating on Agency Boards and Commissions if participating in their ‘‘individual capacity.’’ The revised guidance now allows registered lobbyists to participate on Agency Boards and Commissions in a ‘‘representative capacity’’ for the ‘‘express purpose of providing a committee with the views of a nongovernmental entity, a recognizable group of persons or nongovernmental entities (an industry, sector, labor unions, or environmental groups, etc.) or state or local government.’’ (For further information see Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 as amended, 2 U.S.C. 1603, 1604, and 1605.) If you wish to become a member of the Part 145 Working Group, contact the person listed under the caption FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT expressing that desire. Describe your interest in the task and state the expertise you would bring to the deliberations. The FAA must receive all requests by February 20, 2018. The ARAC and the FAA will review the requests and advise you whether or not your request is approved. If you are chosen for membership on the working group, you must actively participate by attending all meetings, and providing written information when requested. You must devote the resources necessary to support the working group in meeting assigned deadlines. You must keep your management and those you may represent advised of working group activities and decisions to ensure the proposed solutions do not conflict with the position of those you represent. Once the working group has begun deliberations, members will not be added or substituted without the approval of the ARAC Chair, the FAA, including the Designated Federal Officer, and the Working Group Chair. The Secretary of Transportation determined the formation and use of the ARAC is necessary and in the public interest in connection with the performance of duties imposed on the FAA by law. Confidential Information All final work products submitted to ARAC are public documents. Therefore, it should not contain any non-public proprietary, privileged, business, commercial, and other sensitive information (collectively, Confidential Information) that the working group members would not want to be publicly available. With respect to working groups, there may be instances where members will share Commercial Information within the working group E:\FR\FM\18JAN1.SGM 18JAN1 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 12 / Thursday, January 18, 2018 / Notices for purposes of completing an assigned tasked. Members must not disclose to any third party, or use for any purposes other than the assigned task, any and all Confidential Information disclosed to one party by the other party, without the prior written consent of the party whose Confidential Information is being disclosed. All parties must treat the Confidential Information of the disclosing party as it would treat its own Confidential Information, but in no event shall it use less than a reasonable degree of care. If any Confidential Information is shared with the FAA representative on a working group, it must be properly marked in accordance with the Office of Rulemaking Committee Manual, ARM–001–15. Issued in Washington, DC, on January 11, 2018. Lirio Liu, Designated Federal Officer, Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee. [FR Doc. 2018–00819 Filed 1–17–18; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–13–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Aviation Administration Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee—New Task (Avionics Systems Harmonization Working Group) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of a new task assignment for the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) and solicitation of membership applicants. AGENCY: The FAA assigned the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) a new task to identify and develop recommendations on low energy alerting requirements to supplement previous work accomplished on low speed alerting in new transport category airplanes. This notice informs the public of the new ARAC activity. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Joe Jacobsen, Airplane & Flight Crew Interface Branch, Transport Airplane Directorate, Federal Aviation Administration, 1601 Lind Ave. SW, Renton, Washington 98057; telephone (425) 227–2011, facsimile (425) 227– 1149; email joe.jacobsen@faa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: sradovich on DSK3GMQ082PROD with NOTICES SUMMARY: ARAC Acceptance of Task At the September 14, 2017, ARAC meeting, the FAA assigned and ARAC accepted this task. ARAC designated the task to the Transport Airplane and VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:27 Jan 17, 2018 Jkt 244001 Engine (TAE) Subcommittee, which will assign the task to the existing Avionics Systems Harmonization Working Group (ASHWG). The ASHWG will support the ARAC, through the TAE Subcommittee, and will provide advice and recommendations on the assigned task. The TAE Subcommittee will send the recommendation report to the ARAC for review and acceptance. After ARAC accepts the recommendation report, it will submit the recommendation report to the FAA. Background The FAA established the ARAC to provide information, advice, and recommendations on aviation related issues that could result in rulemaking to the FAA Administrator, through the Associate Administrator of Aviation Safety. The FAA previously examined low speed alerting requirements and tasked the ARAC to provide information to develop standards and guidance material for low speed alerting systems. The information from that tasking may result in additional standards that complement existing low speed alerting requirements. However, as a result of the Asiana Flight 214 accident, the FAA needs additional recommendations related to context-dependent low energy safeguards with respect to low speed protection and alerting. Following the Asiana Flight 214 accident investigation, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued the following recommendation to the FAA: Task a panel of human factors, aviation operations, and aircraft design specialists, such as the Avionics Systems Harmonization Working Group, to develop design requirements for context-dependent low energy alerting systems for airplanes engaged in commercial operations (NTSB Safety Recommendation A–14–043). The Task The ASHWG will provide advice and recommendations to the ARAC through the TAE Subcommittee in a report that addresses the following questions relative to new airplane designs. The report should include rationale for the responses. 1. Do you recommend any changes to the existing low speed alerting requirements to provide additional pilot reaction time in cases where the airplane is both slow and close to the ground? 2. Do you recommend any new or revised guidance material to define an acceptable low energy alert? 3. After reviewing airworthiness, safety, cost, and other relevant factors, PO 00000 Frm 00103 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 2717 including recent certification and fleet experience, are there any additional considerations that the FAA should take into account regarding avoidance of low energy conditions? 4. Is coordination necessary with other harmonization working groups (e.g., Human Factors, Flight Test)? If yes, coordinate with that working group and report on that coordination. 5. Develop a report containing recommendations on the findings and results of the tasks explained above. a. The recommendation report should document both majority and dissenting positions on the findings and the rationale for each position. b. Any disagreements should be documented, including the rationale for each position and the reasons for the disagreement. Schedule ARAC should submit the recommendation report to the FAA for review and acceptance no later than thirty (30) months from the first ASHWG meeting. Working Group Activity The ASHWG must comply with the procedures adopted by the ARAC. As part of the procedures, the working group must: 1. Conduct a review and analysis of the assigned tasks and any other related materials or documents. 2. Draft and submit a work plan for completion of the task, including the rationale supporting such a plan, for consideration by the TAE Subcommittee. 3. Provide a status report at each TAE Subcommittee meeting. 4. Draft and submit the recommendation report based on the review and analysis of the assigned tasks. 5. Present the recommendation report at the TAE Subcommittee meeting. Roles and Responsibilities The ASHWG comprises technical experts having an interest in the assigned task. A working group member need not be a member representative of the ARAC TAE Subcommittee. In accordance with the provisions of the August 13, 2014, Office of Management and Budget guidance, ‘‘Revised Guidance on Appointment of Lobbyists to Federal Advisory Committees, Boards, and Commissions’’ (79 FR 47482), continues the ban on registered lobbyists participating on Agency Boards and Commissions if participating in their ‘‘individual capacity.’’ The revised guidance now allows registered lobbyists to participate E:\FR\FM\18JAN1.SGM 18JAN1

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[Federal Register Volume 83, Number 12 (Thursday, January 18, 2018)]
[Notices]
[Pages 2715-2717]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2018-00819]


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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Federal Aviation Administration


Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee--New Task (Part 145 
Working Group)

AGENCY: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), DOT.

ACTION: Notice of a new task assignment for the Aviation Rulemaking 
Advisory Committee (ARAC) and solicitation of membership applicants.

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SUMMARY: The FAA has assigned the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory 
Committee (ARAC) a new task to provide recommendations regarding the 
agency's guidance on the certification and oversight of all part 145 
repair stations. This notice informs the public of the new ARAC 
activity and solicits membership for the new Part 145 Working Group.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Paul M. Cloutier, Federal Aviation 
Administration, AFS-300, 800 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 
20591, [email protected], (858) 999-7671, (202) 267-1812.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

ARAC Acceptance of Task

    As a result of its December 14, 2017, ARAC meeting, the ARAC 
accepted this tasking to establish a Part 145 Working Group. The Part 
145 Working Group will serve as staff to the ARAC and provide advice 
and recommendations on the assigned task. The ARAC will review and 
accept the initial and final recommendation reports and will submit 
them to the FAA.

Background

    The FAA established the ARAC to provide information, advice, and 
recommendations on aviation-related issues to the FAA Administrator, 
through the Associate Administrator of Aviation Safety.
    The FAA recognizes the critical role that guidance documents play. 
Well-designed guidance documents serve many important functions both 
within an organization and externally to the regulatory programs they 
support. While guidance documents do not have the

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force of law in the way regulations do, they are often heavily relied 
on internally to establish, issue, and describe agency policy, 
responsibilities, methods, and procedures. When guidance documents do 
not reflect current regulatory requirements and FAA, AVS, and AFS 
policies, the outcome is an uneven and inconsistent application of 
agency guidance and standards. The Part 145 Working Group will provide 
recommendations to the FAA to support the goal of consistent and clear 
guidance documents.
    Additionally, the agency's policies advocate performance-based 
oversight. However, guidance documents, particularly those directed at 
the agency's workforce are often prescription based. The Part 145 
Working Group is asked to provide recommendations that will support the 
applicant's performance-based decision making and the agency's 
evaluation of those decisions.

The Tasks

    The Working Group is tasked to:
    (1) Perform a comprehensive review of internal and external 
guidance material, in relation to the current laws and regulations, 
that pertain to certificating and overseeing all part 145 repair 
stations. This review will include pertinent--
    (a) FAA Orders, Notices, Advisory Circulars, Job Aids and Safety 
Assurance System (SAS) Data Collection Tools.
    (b) Laws and executive orders, particularly those associated with 
inclusion of small business and paperwork reduction act requirements in 
agency policy and guidance.
    (2) Develop recommendations on improvements to--
    (a) Internal and external guidance material to ensure it is:
    (i) Aligned and compliant with the aviation safety regulations, 
other laws and executive orders reviewed in (1)(b).
    (ii) Annotated to the applicable rule, other law or executive 
order; and,
    (iii) Consistently numbered to ensure a comprehensive relationship 
between the guidance document and the annotated rule, law or executive 
order.
    (iv) Developed to communicate the agency's expectations for 
compliance to the public and the FAA workforce in a comprehensive and 
consistent manner, including the tools necessary to ensure the 
application and evaluation of compliance includes performance-based 
oversight.
    (b) Oversight by the FAA's domestic and foreign workforce vis-
[agrave]-vis the amount, type, scope, and complexity of work being 
performed and the certificate holders' size.
    (3) Develop a preliminary and final report containing 
recommendations based on the analysis and findings. The reports should 
document both majority and dissenting positions on the recommendations 
and the rationale for each position. Disagreements should be 
documented, including the reason and rationale for each position.
    The working group may be reinstated to assist the ARAC in 
responding to the FAA's questions or concerns after the recommendation 
report has been submitted.

Schedule

    The preliminary and final recommendation reports will be submitted 
to the ARAC for review, acceptance, and submission to the FAA. The 
preliminary report is to be submitted no later than 24 months from the 
first meeting of the Part 145 Working Group. The final report will be 
submitted no later than 12 months after the preliminary report is 
forwarded to the FAA by ARAC.

Working Group Activity

    The Part 145 Working Group must comply with the procedures adopted 
by the ARAC, which are as follows:
    1. Conduct a review and analysis of the assigned tasks and any 
other related materials or documents.
    2. Draft and submit a work plan for completion of each task, 
including the rationale supporting such a plan, for consideration by 
the ARAC.
    3. Provide a status report at each ARAC meeting.
    4. Draft and submit the preliminary and final recommendation 
reports based on the review and analysis of the assigned tasks.
    5. Present the preliminary and final recommendation reports to the 
ARAC at a scheduled meeting for public discussion.

Participation in the Working Group

    The Working Group will be comprised of technical and regulatory 
experts having an interest in the assigned task. A working group member 
need not be a member representative of the ARAC. The FAA would like a 
wide range of stakeholders to ensure all aspects of the tasks are 
considered in development of the recommendations.
    The provisions of the August 13, 2014, Office of Management and 
Budget guidance, ``Revised Guidance on Appointment of Lobbyists to 
Federal Advisory Committees, Boards, and Commissions'' (79 FR 47482), 
continues the ban on registered lobbyists participating on Agency 
Boards and Commissions if participating in their ``individual 
capacity.'' The revised guidance now allows registered lobbyists to 
participate on Agency Boards and Commissions in a ``representative 
capacity'' for the ``express purpose of providing a committee with the 
views of a nongovernmental entity, a recognizable group of persons or 
nongovernmental entities (an industry, sector, labor unions, or 
environmental groups, etc.) or state or local government.'' (For 
further information see Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 as amended, 2 
U.S.C. 1603, 1604, and 1605.)
    If you wish to become a member of the Part 145 Working Group, 
contact the person listed under the caption FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 
CONTACT expressing that desire. Describe your interest in the task and 
state the expertise you would bring to the deliberations.
    The FAA must receive all requests by February 20, 2018. The ARAC 
and the FAA will review the requests and advise you whether or not your 
request is approved.
    If you are chosen for membership on the working group, you must 
actively participate by attending all meetings, and providing written 
information when requested. You must devote the resources necessary to 
support the working group in meeting assigned deadlines. You must keep 
your management and those you may represent advised of working group 
activities and decisions to ensure the proposed solutions do not 
conflict with the position of those you represent. Once the working 
group has begun deliberations, members will not be added or substituted 
without the approval of the ARAC Chair, the FAA, including the 
Designated Federal Officer, and the Working Group Chair.
    The Secretary of Transportation determined the formation and use of 
the ARAC is necessary and in the public interest in connection with the 
performance of duties imposed on the FAA by law.

Confidential Information

    All final work products submitted to ARAC are public documents. 
Therefore, it should not contain any non-public proprietary, 
privileged, business, commercial, and other sensitive information 
(collectively, Confidential Information) that the working group members 
would not want to be publicly available. With respect to working 
groups, there may be instances where members will share Commercial 
Information within the working group

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for purposes of completing an assigned tasked. Members must not 
disclose to any third party, or use for any purposes other than the 
assigned task, any and all Confidential Information disclosed to one 
party by the other party, without the prior written consent of the 
party whose Confidential Information is being disclosed. All parties 
must treat the Confidential Information of the disclosing party as it 
would treat its own Confidential Information, but in no event shall it 
use less than a reasonable degree of care. If any Confidential 
Information is shared with the FAA representative on a working group, 
it must be properly marked in accordance with the Office of Rulemaking 
Committee Manual, ARM-001-15.

    Issued in Washington, DC, on January 11, 2018.
Lirio Liu,
Designated Federal Officer, Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee.
[FR Doc. 2018-00819 Filed 1-17-18; 8:45 am]
 BILLING CODE 4910-13-P