The Basic Search
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The modernization of National Airspace System (NAS) requires the coordinated execution of multiple plans and projects. This product section provides access to summary-level information for high profile/high impact programs, projects, and demonstrations routinely used by executives.
Quick Finders are simplified searching features that are optimized for finding information in a particular type of data element (e.g. Decision Point). The Quick Finder listed below provides the ability to search for information related to the key data elements for this view.
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