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    Serves as the manager for the Research Portfolio Branch, ANG-E41

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    Serves as the branch manager of the Research Portfolio Branch, reporting directly to the Division Manager of the Research & Development Management Division, ANG-E4.

    Manages the Research, Engineering & Development (RE&D) portfolio development in accordance with the FAA budget process.

    Coordinates and manages Federal Aviation Administration Research, engineering and development portfolio (RE&D), Facilities and Equipment (F&E), and Grants –IN-Aide for Airports (AIP) with researchers to plan, communicate and report on research programs and projects.

    Participate in NextGen enterprise initiative, Research & Development portfolio optimization.

    Attends Office of the Secretary of Transportation (OST-R) Monthly meetings for the agency, as needed.

    Ensures budget submission artifacts align with research goals and objectives specified in the National Aviation Research Plan (NARP).

    Coordinates with the Division Manager on management of the Research, Engineering & Development Advisory Committee (REDAC) oversight process in accordance with Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) requirements.

    Coordinates all information exchange between the FAA and the REDAC to ensure research program review findings and recommendations are addressed.

    Prepares, coordinates and presents research program performance reports as required to internal and external stakeholders.

    Provides access to and delivery of information resources in support of FAA's research, development, and learning needs.

    Develops and maintains research data repositories and access protocols to support public access policies.

    Maintains a comprehensive understanding of the objectives and research and development needs of FAA and the NextGen and William J. Hughes Technical Center organizations.

    Ensures the organization's products and services meet customer needs and the policies of the assigned directorate.

    Develops and approves solutions to problems while considering operational, technical, budgetary, regulatory, and political effect.

    Consistently applies detailed knowledge of budget and administrative policies and procedures in the management of branch personnel.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - The job may require up to 25% travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1520 Mathematics

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