FAA FAA N 8100.14: IMPLEMENTATION OF AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS EVALUATION PROGRAM RESOURCE TARGETING
SDO: FAA: Federal Aviation Administration
DOD Adopted ANSI Approved Approved
This notice establishes policy and procedures for implementing a new method of scheduling Aircraft Certification Systems Evaluation Program (ACSEP) evaluations at production approval holders and suppliers under FAA surveillance. This new method replaces the way ACSEP evaluations are currently scheduled in Order 8100.7, Aircraft Certification Systems Evaluation Program.
The following facilities are subject to resource targeting assessment:
a. Holders of an Approved Production Inspection System (APIS), Production Certificate (PC), Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), and/or Technical Standard Order (TSO) authorization. Holders of a letter of TSO design approval are not subject to resource targeting.
b. Suppliers to the facilities listed in paragraph 5a above that have been selected for FAA supplier surveillance under the process defined in Order 8120.2A, Production Approval and Surveillance Procedures, chapter 8.
NOTE: Facilities recently added to the certificate management workload shall not be subject to resource targeting assessment until after an initial ACSEP evaluation is performed. For a production approval holder, the initial ACSEP evaluation would be the first evaluation following the granting of the production approval. For a supplier, the initial ACSEP evaluation would be the first evaluation following the selection for supplier surveillance, or the first evaluation following hand-off.
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