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JPDO Overview of JPDO Planning Processes and Opportunities for Industry Involvement March 19, 2004 Robert Pearce Deputy Director, JPDO robert.pearce@faa.gov robert.a.pearce@nasa.gov A Call to Action National Civil Aviation Review Commission Aerospace Commission National Research Council

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jpdo overview of jpdo planning processes and opportunities for industry involvement march 19 2004

JPDOOverview of JPDO Planning Processes and Opportunities for Industry InvolvementMarch 19, 2004

Robert Pearce

Deputy Director, JPDO

robert.pearce@faa.gov

robert.a.pearce@nasa.gov

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A Call to Action

  • National Civil Aviation Review Commission
  • Aerospace Commission
  • National Research Council
  • Reauthorization Language
  • Secretary Mineta’s letter to the President of the United States

“Transforming the U.S. air transportation system to meet our civil aviation, national defense, and homeland security needs is a national priority.”

jpdo objectives
JPDO Objectives
  • Transforming the Air Transportation System by
    • developing a National Plan, including a transition roadmap and action plans
    • developing and implementing government – industry partnerships around specific plans and programs
    • coordinating international harmonization of transformation plans and programs
    • aligning policy and programs across agencies
    • measuring and reporting on progress toward the National Plan
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JPDO Structure

Senior Interagency Policy Committee

Joint Planning and Development Office

Strategic Plan

& Perf. Goals

Strategic Plan

& Perf. Goals

Strategic Plan

& Perf. Goals

Strategic Plan

& Perf. Goals

Strategic Plan

& Perf. Goals

Strategic Plan

& Perf. Goals

Programs& Policies

Programs& Policies

Programs& Policies

Programs& Policies

Programs& Policies

Programs& Policies

Institutionalize within each agencies planning processes and programs

objectives for cy2004
Objectives for CY2004

Primary Objectives:

  • Develop a National Plan to guide agency policy and investments to transform air transportation.
  • Build a framework for government – industry partnership to facilitate actualization.
  • Coordinate our activities with international aviation communities, and establish working relationships on shared transformation strategies.
objectives for cy20046
Objectives for CY2004

(Continued)

Secondary Objectives:

  • Establish a repeatable and sustainable national planning and decision-making process, with a Senior Policy Committee that routinely reaches decisions.
  • Coordinate across government programs (schedule, roles, budgets) for air transportation transformation.
  • Identify and support “early victories” that would build the foundation for transformation.
national plan purpose
National Plan Purpose
  • Drive real transformation to achieve the National-level Goals.
    • Establish goals, priorities and clear, stable, long-term National strategies upon which to guide decisions within the Federal Government, the U.S. aviation industry, and internationally.
    • Structure joint action to achieve the transformation, including an evolving roadmap and well thought out action plans to achieve near-term benefits on the path to long-term transformation.
    • Identify required policy and regulatory changes.
    • Document government decisions and commitments.
  • Facilitate coordination among government and the aviation community.
    • Implement a single, comprehensive planning process within the community, spanning technology, policy, regulations, and realization.
    • Ensure collaboration among all appropriate organizations to drive ownership and institutionalization within and between organizations.
  • Ensure accountability of the JPDO and its member Agencies
    • The plan will be updated to reflect progress, costs, benefits and changes based on what has been learned. This will ensure accountability to the White House, Congress, taxpayers, and system users (e.g., the traveling public)

“A Government – Industry Business Plan for

Air Transportation Transformation” – John Kern

national plan outline
National Plan Outline

1) Vision

2) Need for Transformation

3) Air Transportation Goals

4) Transition Barriers

5) Transformation Strategies

6) Transformation Roadmap

7) Action Plans

Volume 1

Volume 2

planning model

Context

Long-Term, National

Goals &

Objectives

Vision &

Values

Evaluation

Barriers &

Opportunities

Analysis

Alternatives

Synthesis

Strategies

Planning

Action Plans

(Federal)

(State / Local)

(Private)

Planning Model
process flow
Process Flow

SPC

WL PC

REDAC EC

Reviews by Agency Stakeholders and REDAC TRC

Synthesis - JPDLT

Synthesis of Goals, Objectives, Vision, Strategies

Government Team with industry dialogue sessions

Futures WG

Scenario-basedstrategic planning

  • Future needs
  • Robust strategies

Focus Teams

Evaluation WG

Gov’t working group w/Industry input througha scenario workshop

  • Expand on barriers, and alternatives
  • Overlay strategies
  • Prioritize required trades
  • Identify transformationalopportunities

Develop & implement an Evaluation Frameworkto measure benefit of strategies / alternatives

Alternatives WG

Gov’t - industry Teamsand Workshops

Gov’t working group

Systems Engineeringto develop objectives,barriers, and alternatives

Team ASAP

Working Group Coordination

Gov’t working group

schedule

Analysis

Synthesis

Evaluation

Review & Decision Making

Action Planning

Review & Decision Making

Schedule

February

March

April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Strategic Planning (Analysis / Synthesis)

Action Planning

Scoping / Phasing of Actions

specific opportunities
Specific Opportunities
  • Synthesis
    • Futures Workshop, March 30 - April 2, 2004 (Williamsburg, VA)
      • Based on a scenario planning process, develop robust goals and strategies for the long-term future of air transportation
      • Need: Strategic, multi-disciplinary thinkers
  • Analysis / Synthesis
    • Focus Teams, Mid-April - Mid-May
      • For approximately a month-long timeframe, participate in a process to identify performance objectives, barriers, alternatives and transformational opportunities for air transportation
      • Will utilize results of a government performed goals decomposition process and the output of the Futures Workshop
      • Need: Technical, business and policy experts
      • Two workshops plus additional communications
        • Transformation Objectives, Barriers, & Alternatives Workshops 1 & 2
          • April 14 – 15, 2004 (workshop 1) (Washington D.C. area)
          • MAY 5 – 6, 2004 (workshop 2) (Washington D.C. area)
  • Evaluation
    • Stakeholders Workshop, June 2 – 3, 2004 (Washington D.C. area)
      • Evaluate and provide detailed comments on the results of the overall process based on detailed briefings of all content
independent review
Independent Review
  • The FAA REDAC is authorized to conduct formal reviews of the National Plan. The FAA Administrator appoints industry members to the Committee through an official selection process. REDAC meetings are open to the public. In addition to the full committee, two subcommittees are specifically involved in the review process.
    • REDAC Executive Committee
      • Chaired by Dr. John Hamre
    • REDAC Technical Subcommittee
      • Chaired by Jerry Thompson
contacts
Contacts
  • For general information, see…
    • http://www.jpo.aero
  • To take advantage of specific opportunities, see…
    • http://www.centerforcollaboration.net/jpdo/overview.html
    • and contact, Tony Christopher at tonychristopher@amtech-usa.org, (650-569-3838, ext. 8)
numeric goals
Numeric Goals
  • Maintaining the record as the safest form of transportation
  • A 25% reduction in cost of transportation, creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs
  • Accommodate up to 3 times the present demand for whatever emerges
  • Cut curb-to-curb travel time 30%: passengers can move through the airport in 30 minutes or less, with a 95% on time performance
  • Improving our national security, without compromising access to aviation