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The National Airspace System (NAS) Enterprise Architecture (EA) is described using a collection of architecture views, transition plans, programs, and requirements. This product section provides easy access to these artifacts.

Enterprise Architecture Browser

Enterprise Level Architecture Browser

  • The Enterprise Architecture Browser feature provides capability to view enterprise level architecture products.
Service Roadmaps

Service Roadmaps

  • The National Airspace System (NAS) Service Roadmaps lay out the strategic activities for service delivery to improve NAS operations and move towards the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) vision. They show the evolution of major FAA investments/programs in today's NAS services to meet the future demand. The Service Roadmaps are updated as research and analyses more clearly define the NAS services evolution. The Service Roadmaps - January 2014 are organized by Solution Set for your interactive browsing.
Operational Improvements/Sustainments Browser

Operational Improvements/Sustainments Browser

  • An Operational Improvement/Sustainment (OI/OS) represents a discrete strategic activity for service delivery to improve NAS operations and move towards the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) vision. This feature allows you to interactively browse through the available OIs/OSs including the ability to apply filters and to drill down for further details.
Infrastructure Roadmaps

Infrastructure Roadmaps

  • The National Airspace System (NAS) Infrastructure Roadmaps lay out the strategic activities for infrastructure delivery to improve NAS operations and move towards the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) vision. They show the evolution of major FAA investments/programs in today's NAS infrastructure to meet the future demand. The Infrastructure Roadmaps are updated as research and analyses more clearly define the NAS infrastructure evolution. The Infrastructure Roadmaps - January 2014 are organized by Domain for your interactive browsing.
NAS Transition Roadmap

NAS Transition Roadmap
  • Adobe PDFPDF ( 1.3 MB)

  • The NAS Transition Roadmap depicts the summarized evolution of the NAS by domain and key functions in a graphical representation.
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NAS-RD-2010 Requirements

NAS Requirements - Enterprise Requirements Browser

  • The Enterprise Requirements Browser feature provides capability to view enterprise level requirements.

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