Funds Administration Agent
Created by the Act that established the Department of Transportation, this government agency oversees all aviation within the United States. The FAA controls, for example, airport safety, air traffic control, licensing of pilots, inspection of aircraft, and investigates aviation mishaps.
Financial Application Architecture. An IBM marketecture for the finance/banking sector.
Financial Aid Administrator. A college or university employee who is involved in the administration of financial aid. Also known as Financial Aid Advisors, Officers, or Counselors.
Federal Alcohol Administration
an agency in the Department of Transportation that is responsible for the safety of civilian aviation
A college or university employee who is involved in the administration of financial aid. Also known as the financial aid advisors, officers, or counselors. Students with specific questions about the financial aid available at individual colleges should contact the FAA's at those schools.
FINANCIAL AID ADVISOR. A representative of the Financial Aid Office that reviews a student's application and awards aid, and helps the student in all aspects of the financial aid process.
Financial Aid Administrator. A post-secondary institution employee responsible for administering financial aid programs.
FAA (1991), Glossary of Optical Communication Terms , DOT/FAA/CT-TN91/9 (FAA Technical Center, Atlantic City International Airport, NJ 08405).
Federal Aviation Administration
Federal Aviation Authority
The Department of Transportation's agency for aviation. In addition to regulating airports, aircraft manufacturing and parts certification, aircraft operation and pilot certification ("licensing"), the FAA operates Air Traffic Control, purchases and maintains navigation equipment, certifies airports and aids airport development, among other activities.
Financial Aid Administrator. A college or university employee who is charged with the administration of financial aid. Some schools call FAAs â€œFinancial Aid Advisorsâ€ or â€œFinancial Aid Counselors.
A FAA is a Financial Aid Administrator, a school employee who is involved in the financial aid process.
Financial aid administrator. A staff member at an eligible school who administers financial aid programs.
Financial Aid Administrator. A designated person(s) charged with the administration of financial aid programs at an eligible school.
Financial Aid Administrator, known at Georgia Southern as your Financial Aid Counselor
Photocontrols that meet the requirements of obstruction lighting as regulated by the Federal Aviation Association.
Financial aid administrator. An employee of the school who prepares and communicates information and provides advice regarding grants, scholarships, student loans, and work-study programs.
The element of the U.S. government with primary responsibility for the safety of civil aviation. The FAA issues and enforces regulations and minimum standards relating to the manufacture, operation, and maintenance of aircraft, including deicing.
US ederal viation dministration. Agency that regulates civilian airports and aircraft in the United States and possessions.
The U.S. federal agency responsible for promulgating operational standards and procedures for U.S. aviation.
See Financial Administration Act.
Financial Administration Act. Financial Administration Act (FAA) is the act that provides for the financial administration of the Government of Canada (GoC), the establishment and maintenance of the accounts of Canada and the control of crown corporations.
Financial Aid Administrator. A college or university employee who is involved in the administration of financial aid is generally the Financial Aid Administrator, although some schools refer to them as "Financial Aid Advisors" or "Financial Aid Counselors".