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  1. Proposal For Realignment of Organization Eastern Region Airports Division September 2007

  2. Objectives • Provide business rationale for realignment of staff resources. • Communicate procedures for implementation. • Obtain feedback on transition strategies.

  3. Why Change? • Reallocate resources more equitably. • Improve level of service for all sponsors.

  4. Supporting Facts • Customer satisfaction surveys show a reallocation is appropriate. • Workload indicators show an inappropriate allocation of staff among ADOs.

  5. Current Organizational Structure NY/NJ MD/VA PA/DE WV - IAD - DCA - BWI 5 - PHL - PIT OEP Airports JFK – LGA - EWR

  6. Workload vs. Staffing PercentagesCurrent Organizational Structure 6

  7. Proposed Realignment NY MD/VA PA/DE/NJ WV 7 - JFK - LGA - EWR - IAD - DCA - BWI - PHL - PIT (NO CHANGE) OEP Airports

  8. Workload vs. Staffing PercentagesProposed Realignment Current Organizational Structure 8

  9. Benefits of Proposed Realignment • More appropriate distribution of ADO resources to match workload. • Opportunity for the NYC ADO (73), WAS ADO (68) and HAR ADO (70) to improve their customer service results, without negatively impacting the BEK (90) results. • PANYNJ airports unaffected by realignment. • NJ State Aviation has significant interactions with PA and DE State Aviation. .

  10. Implementation Plan To This Point 4 June 2007 - Briefed ADO Managers - Briefed NATCA/PASS for Input. - Briefed AEA-1. 11-15 June 2007 - Briefed HAR and NYC ADO. 25 June 2007 - Briefed NJ State Aviation Director 26 & 27 June 2007 - Briefed ARP-1, AEA-1, NATCA/PASS, & Employees on Feedback Adjustments. 11 September 2007 - Sent Letter Notifying NJ Sponsors of Plan. 26 –27 September 2007 - Meet With NJ Sponsors To Discuss Transition Plan and introduce HAR ADO contacts.

  11. Transition Plan • NYC ADO continues handling AIP grants opened before October 07 until closure (113 grants), except for phased projects and new planning grants (approximately 5 grants). • HAR ADO takes FY 08 programs (Airspace/NEPA/AIP/PFC) for 32 NPIAS sponsors effective October 07 (start of FY 08). • HAR ADO will sponsor NJ workshops in FY08. • Sponsors to be surveyed in a year and on a case by case basis to see how the transition is proceeding. Appropriate adjustments will be made.

  12. ACY -Atlantic City International WWD -Cape May County 47N -Central Jersey Regional CDW -Essex County 4N1 -Greenwood Lake N81 -Hammonton Municipal N12 -Lakewood N07 - Lincoln Park LDJ -Linden MIV - Millville Municipal MMU - Morristown Municipal 26N - Ocean City Municipal MJX - Robert J. Miller Air Park SMQ - Somerset VAY -South Jersey Regional FWN -Sussex TTN -Trenton Mercer N87 -Trenton-Robbinsville 1N4 -Woodbine Municipal Airports With Open Grants