Apr 22 2013

SRC: #ObamaFlightDelays

Senate Republican Conference

Before furloughing 47,000 FAA employees, the FAA should have used its flexibility to make reductions elsewhere. 

For example, the FAA could have made cuts to the $2.7 billion it spends on non-personnel costs, including $541 million for consultants, $179 million on travel, and $134 million on office supplies.

FAA Furlough Blog