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Order8100 7C - An Aircraft Certification Systems Evaluation Program

Order8100 7C - An Aircraft Certification Systems Evaluation Program

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Order 8100 7C for Aircraft Secrtification Systems Evaluation Program
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ORDER
8100.7C
AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION SYSTEMSEVALUATION PROGRAM
October 12, 2005
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
 
Distribution:
A–W(IR)–3; A–X(CD)–3; A–FAC–0 (ALL); AMA–220 (5 copies);AEU–100 (ALL); AVR–20 (3 copies); AFS–600 (3 copies)
 Initiated by:
AIR–100/200
 
 
 
RECORD OF CHANGES
DIRECTIVE NO.
8100.7C
CHANGETO BASICSUPPLEMENTS OPTIONALCHANGETO BASICSUPPLEMENTS OPTIONAL
FAA Form 1320-5 (6-80) USE PREVIOUS EDITION
 
10/12/2005 8100.7C
FOREWORD
This order provides guidance and assigns responsibility for the implementation of the AircraftCertification Systems Evaluation Program. This program is a vital element within the Federal AviationAdministration (FAA) mission of continued operational safety. This program uses a team of FAA engineering, flight test, and manufacturing inspection personnel to evaluate control of FAA-approved type design after initial approval by the FAA at production approval holders (PAH)and associated facilities.The program will determine whether production approval holders are meeting the applicablerequirements of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) and complying with the proceduresestablished to meet those requirements. It also will survey the application of standardized evaluationcriteria not required by 14 CFR or FAA-approved data to identify national trends that may requiredevelopment of new or revised regulations, policy, and guidance.The program is dynamic and contains provisions for continuous improvement. All Aircraft CertificationService personnel participating in this program are strongly encouraged to identify difficulties inimplementing this program and to recommend improvements to the National Certificate ManagementImprovement Team. /s/ John HickeyDirector, Aircraft Certification ServicePage i (and ii)

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