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Sample Treasury Regulation Certification for Submitting a Certified Security Concern to FAA
July 1, 2011
Sample Cover Letter for Certified Security Concern Filing
Note: Companies should specify in their letter the level of blocking they require, which is either by ASDI vendors or at the FAA source. In the event this is not specified, the FAA will block the aircraft at the FAA source. See www.nbaa.org/ops/security/barr/introduction/ for more information on the differences between these two options.
FAA Certified Security Concern
ATO System Operations Services
800 Independence Avenue, SW.
Washington, DC 20591
VIA EMAIL: [email protected]
Re: Company XYZ’s Certified Security Concern
To whom it may concern:
In accordance with 76 FR 32258, Company XYZ (XYZ) respectfully requests continuous and uninterrupted blocking of certain aircraft data in the Aircraft Situation Display to Industry (ASDI) data feeds [OPTION 1: by the industry subscribers to the FAA’s data feed][OPTION 2: at the FAA level]. The attached Certified Security Concern is intended to satisfy the regulatory requirements to continue blocking ASDI data related to XYZ aircraft.
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Sample Certified Security Concern
Note: Some companies may wish to include a brief description of threat information, but would be wise to limit disclosure to information that is available in the public domain. Sensitive information that would create a security risk should not be disclosed because any information provided to the FAA may become publicly-available through a FOIA request.
Certified Security Concern
In accordance with 76 FR 32258, which was published in the Federal Register on June 3, 2011 (the "Notice"), Company XYZ (XYZ) submits that a Certified Security Concern exists under the bona fide business-oriented security concern under Treasury Regulation 1.132-5(m) requirements defined in the Notice regarding the security of XYZ, its subsidiaries, as well as its aircraft, aircraft passengers, and employees. A third-party security study has been completed and is in effect in accordance with 26 C.F.R. section 1.132-5(m).
The XYZ aircraft subject to this Certified Security Concern are as follows: N1234A, N5678B, N4321Z. Therefore, XYZ respectfully requests the FAA to continue the uninterrupted services of blocking the aircraft identification numbers from release [OPTION 1: by the industry subscribers to the FAA’s data feed][OPTION 2: at the FAA level].
On [DATE SUBMITTED], I do certify and affirm that the above statements are true and correct.