The Strategic Standardization Forum for Aerospace. A Stakeholder Partnership. Presented to the 2006 Defense Standardization Conference May 23, 2006 Arlington, VA Laura E. Hitchcock Chair, SSFA. How the SSFA Got Started ….
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A Stakeholder Partnership
Presented to the 2006 Defense
May 23, 2006
Laura E. Hitchcock
Global standards and regulations are critical to the efficient operation of the global aviation system and international markets – Final Report of the Commission on the Future of the United States Aerospace Industry, 2002
Commissioned the Study (2003)
AIA Board of Governors (CEOs)
AIA Tech Ops Council (Sr. VPs of Eng.)
Sponsored the Activity
Carried out the Study (2004)
Future of Aerospace Standardization WG
Future of Aerospace Standardization
Security & enterprise
Senior DoD and Aerospace industry leadership must recognize the extent to which the commercial aviation and space industries, as well as defense industry, depend upon the library of technical knowledge and discipline of configuration control embodied in the system of military specification and standards.
DoD needs to proactively support and participate in the development of industry standards and utilize industry standards to the greatest extent practicable.
Forum is Born
On January 19, 2005
Defense Standardization Activities