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Extractions: THE DOT STATUS REPORT 2. Making Air Traffic Control Safer and More Efficient 2.1The FAA should develop a revised NAS modernization plan within six months that will set a goal of the modernized system being fully operational nationwide by the year 2005; and the Congress, the Administration, and users should develop innovative means of financing this acceleration. A plan for accelerated modernization has been developed. It is embodied in the draft of Version 3.0 of the National Airspace System architecture recently circulated within the FAA. Implementation of the modernization plan is dependent on receiving adequate funding during the next 8 years. Further discussions on architectural modernization are underway between the FAA and representatives of the aviation industry. Planning is also underway for the FAA's Flight 2000, a program to demonstrate and validate a substantial set of capabilities and associated benefits leading to the NAS modernization and continued implementation of free flight. A two-week planning session was completed and coordination with industry is in progress. Current efforts include establishing the metrics and certification issues plus training and integration requirements. A draft policy letter has been developed in partnership with industry to promote low cost weather data link systems for general aviation aircraft.
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Extractions: The architect and design network for Asia l Australia Bangaladesh Cambodia China Hong Kong India Indonesia Japan Korea Laos Malaysia Myanmar New Zealand Philippines Sri Lanka Singapore Taiwan Thailand Vietnam I about us I add listing I advertising I contact us I 2000 AIA Honor Awards 2000 AIA Honor Awards from Hong Kong Chapter of The American Institute of Architects HONG KONG, 30 November 2000 AIA Hong Kong was established in 1997 as an overseas chapter of The American Institute of Architects to serve the professional interests of over 125 U.S. trained architects practising in Hong Kongmore than in any other city outside the United States. Each year, AIA Hong Kong recognizes design excellence in architecture and interior design for works completed by AIA member architects in Hong Kong, China and the Asia Pacific Region. For the 2000 Design Awards Program, one Honor Award and five Merit Awards will be presented to the following:
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Extractions: Weather Forecast for Washington, DC Memorials, Monuments and Points of Interest The Corcoran Gallery of Art Museum - 17th Street and New York Avenue, NW - one block west and south of the White House. The main entrance is on 17th Street. Special needs access is at 1701 E Street, around the corner from the 17th Street entrance. Phone: (202) 639-1700 Metro Stop: Four blocks from the Farragut West station or Farragut North station. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) Memorial : 900 Ohio Drive, S.W., near the Jefferson Memorial and the Potomac River. There are park rangers available from 8 a.m. to midnight every day except Christmas Day. There are no fees to visit any of the monuments or memorials in the park. Telphone: (202) 426-6841 Information. Metro stop: Smithsonian Metro stop comes out on the National Mall. The Hall of States Building - 444 North Capitol Street, NW. This building houses 32 state offices. For information call the Council of State Governments at (202) 624-5386.
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Extractions: A ruba's currency is the florin denoted by the letters ' Awg. ' but also widely known as ' Afl. ' The official rate at which banks accept U.S. dollar banknotes is Awg. 1,77 and checks at Awg. 1,78. The rate of exchange granted by shops and hotels ranges from Awg. 1,75 to Awg. 1,80 per U.S. dollar. U.S. Dollars are widely accepted in Aruba, and banks may exchange other foreign currency. Traveler's checks are widely accepted and there is no charge for using them in hotels, restaurants and stores. Major credit cards are accepted at most establishments while personal checks are normally not accepted. The Aruban florin is divided into 100 cents and there are coins of 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, 1 florin (100 cents) as well as the 2 1/2 florin coin and the 5 florin square coin. The square shaped 50 cent "yotin" coin is probably Aruba's best-known coin. Be careful not to confuse the 5 florin coin (large square coin) with the smaller 50 cent square coin. Banknotes are issued in denominations of 10, 25, 50, 100 and 500 florins. Many souvenirs are made with the square 50 cent coin while the coin itself makes a unique gift for numismatic friends.
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Extractions: Located about 12 degrees north of the equator, approximately 29km (18 miles) off the Paraguaná Peninsula of Venezuela. The island, one of the Lesser Antilles islands, is about 30 km (19 miles) long and about 8 km (5 miles) wide with an area of 193 sq km (75 sq miles)and a population of some 89,000. See the geography section for more information. Accommodation
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Extractions: U.S. COST is proud to announce that 2003 marks our twentieth anniversary in the field of estimating and cost management. Here's a brief history of how we got here and why were are very proud of our accomplishments. The History of U.S. COST Beginning in Atlanta. In 1983, former Georgia Tech professor John Williams and his wife, Ellen Kalb Williams formed U.S. COST. Drawing upon John's previous experience as president of a large international cost consulting firm, they set out to create a Company with the very finest cost management professionals. From a small office in Atlanta, GA, U.S. COST prepared construction cost estimates for architectural, engineering, government, and private clients on projects throughout the southeast. Much of these first years were spent on the road for John Williams - promoting regional customers such as KPS Group; Corps of Engineers Huntsville Division; LS3P, Ltd; Lockwood Greene Engineers; and many others - all of whom are still active U.S. COST clients today. The Initial Management Team.
Extractions: Part 1 - General Info, US Projects, X Prize A fully reusable launch system will provide the low cost access to Space that is required to bring about extensive human exploration and colonization of the solar system. The Space Shuttle succeeded technically as a partially reusable launcher but failed miserably economically. It requires several thousand support personal and takes 2 months or more to prepare for launch. Shuttle launch costs are roughly $20,000/kg, which is actually higher than most expendable launchers. There are many designs under development of robust RLV systems to bring the costs down to $2000/kg on the short term (2-5 years) and to $200/kg on the longer term (10-20 years). The RLV startup companies were relying on a robust market of spacecraft needed for low earth orbit communications constellations. Unfortunately, the failure of Iridium and the other constellations drastically affected their funding prospects and most are now struggling simply to stay alive, much less actually build hardware.
Extractions: The movement of the cars and trucks streaming into the U.S. from Canada is the major "material" of the new structure. The turning radius of a tractor trailer determines the curve of the lower inspection lanes, while the proportionately smaller navigational requirements of the automobile shape the upper plaza. Upon approaching the plaza, the translucent inspection canopies provide a luminescent gateway into the United States. The finish materials of the border station respond to the landscape. In response to the surrounding hillside, the faceted vegetated roof surface rises above the landscape sheltering the main building. Large expanses of super clear glass afford the inspector and visitor panoramic views of the site including White Fish Bay and Lake Superior. Copper and native stone are used throughout to anchor the building recalling the rich natural resources of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
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Extractions: "TSA trounced over spending" [FCW.com, April 19, 2002] "Airport job recruiting going online" [FCW.com, March 5, 2002] "DOT to pursue biometrics" [Federal Computer Week, Feb. 18, 2002] "Security runs through DOT budget" [FCW.com, Feb. 5, 2002] "Transportation security chief appointed" [FCW.com, Jan. 9, 2002] Asked to build an agency from scratch in a matter of months, the Transportation Security Administration plans to award a five- to 10-year contract for a nationwide information technology network infrastructure that could be worth $1 billion or more, according to sources. Details of the plan are sketchy because TSA has yet to issue a draft statement of objectives outlining the IT infrastructure. The draft, to be released this month, is expected to include requirements for data centers, seat management and telecommunications. Since its creation in November, the fledgling agency has been constructing its organization from the ground up. Its actions have been largely guided by the rules of the Aviation and Transportation Security Act, particularly the costly mandate that checked bags be screened by explosives- detection machines by Dec. 31, said Kenneth Mead, Transportation Department inspector general, speaking at a House Appropriations Committee Transportation Subcommittee hearing last month.
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