Your input is critical to ensuring that ARSA determines the full audit burden currently placed on the contract maintenance industry. ARSA's 2012 audits survey will quantify issues of common concern and ensure that the necessary framework is built into the FAA’s plan to address the untenable reality of non-stop, overlapping, and duplicative audits.

Only one key contact from each ARSA member company is being asked to participate. To ensure your company's voice is heard, please take the 30 minutes needed to respond completely to the 25 questions below. The anonymous survey is directed at the maintenance portion of your business and results will only be distributed in aggregate form. Please respond accordingly. The survey will end at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday, April 13, 2012.

1. Which of the following best describes your position and job title?

2. What are your primary area(s) of responsibility? (Check all that apply)

4. Where is/are your facility(ies) located? (Check all that apply)

7. What type of civil aviation certificate(s) does/do your company hold? (Check all that apply)

8. If your company is a repair station or aircraft maintenance organization, what ratings do you hold? (Check all that apply)

9. What type of commercial certificate(s) does your company hold? (Check all that apply)

14. What civil aviation authority certificates do/does your company hold? (Check all that apply)

15. As applicable, how much does each civil aviation authority charge your company annually in audit fees and expenses (not including certificate fees)?

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Federal Aviation Administration
European Aviation Safety Agency
Transport Canada Civil Aviation
Directorate General of Civil Aviation of Mexico
Civil Aviation Administration of China
National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil
One or more other South America
One or more Latin America/Caribbean
One or more Middle East
One or more other Asia/Pacific
One or more Africa