Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD)
Organization Designation Authorization Program Violations
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed two civil penalties totaling $1.25 million against Boeing for alleged violations in the Organization Designation Authorization, a program that allows Boeing to perform certain functions on behalf of the FAA, including inspecting aircraft and issuing airworthiness certificates. The FAA alleged that Boeing managers exerted undue pressure or interfered with the work of FAA designees at the company’s plant in South Carolina, and that Boeing also failed to follow its quality control processes.
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