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If It Isn't Broke... FAA Moves to Dynamic System

EAD, AD, and Biweekly ADs Moved Over to Dynamic Regulatory System

The FAA has announced the impending migration of Airworthiness Directives to the Dynamic Regulatory System, or DRS, that will result in all ADs being published on the new system from August 16th, 2022.

Mind you; we're not sure what was wrong with the old system... the very same that nearly all of aviation was quite used to.

The change will allow the administration to simplify the record keeping and dissemination of documents contained within its Regulatory Guidance Library. Those referring to  ADs should be familiar with the new system, as new directives will be available solely on the DRS. Current users with a subscription to AD and EAD alerts “may still receive notifications about ADs and EADs,” said the announcement, though new subscribers are advised to use the FAA GovDelivery Service. The FAA will continue to provide mailed copies of the AD Biweekly, since it is a paid subscription overseen by the Government Printing Office.

The migration includes Emergency Airworthiness Directives (EAD), Airworthiness Directives (AD), and Biweekly Airworthiness Directives (AD Biweekly). The DRS is a fresh addition to the regulatory ecosystem, being unveiled earlier this year as the replacement for the Flight Systems Information Management System (FSIMS). The FAA intends for the DRS to become a one-stop shop for all things compliance, a “comprehensive knowledge center of regulatory and guidance materials from the office of aviation safety”. Of course, as a single resource,  any other service or office pertaining to flight will be included as well.

FMI: https://drs.faa.gov/

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