Promoting U.S. Tax Policy for Aerospace and Defense

Promoting U.S. Tax Policy for Aerospace and Defense

As the United States economy moves through uncertain times, America’s aerospace and defense industry remains a powerful, reliable engine of employment, innovation and export income. The aerospace and defense industry directly employs more than one million Americans, located in every state of the Union — and supports more than two million jobs in related fields.

The Economic Impact of Sequestration on Civil Space Programs

The Economic Impact of Sequestration on Civil Space Programs

AIA and economist Dr. Stephen Fuller of George Mason University unveiled a new report detailing job loss and economic figures for NASA and NOAA resulting from the Budget Control Act of 2011.

2012 Year End Review and Forecast

2012 Year End Review and Forecast

The annual U.S. aerospace and defense industy's financial report and projections for 2012; and a policy outlook for 2013.

Remarks delivered at AIA's 48th Annual Year-End Review and Forecast luncheon (mp3 also available)

Space In Our World

Space In Our World

This report highlights the need for space systems to be recognized as a national infrastructure priority becasue space systems and thier benefits have become an irreplaceable force for good in our nation and our world.

Information Technology Guideline: Aerospace and Defense Industry Supply Chain Information Collection

Information Technology Guideline: Aerospace and Defense Industry Supply Chain Information Collection

This document identifies the business problems related to the European Union (E.U.) Registration, Evaluation, Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) regulation. It outlines a reference model for describing REACH IT related issues applicable to any industry. It defines an example business scenario applicable to the aerospace industry.

REACH-IT

REACH-IT

A Framework for Understanding REACH with Guidelines for Integrating Systems and Addressing Compliance Requirements

The Unseen Cost - An Update

The Unseen Cost - An Update

In July 2009, the Aerospace Industries Association published a special report, The Unseen Cost: Industrial Base Consequences of Defense Strategy Choices. In this report, the AIA raised concerns regarding the long-term consequences and unintended impacts of contemporary defense strategies and direction. Recently, AIA has revisited this report.

The Economic Impact of the Budget Control Act of 2011 on DOD & non-DOD Agencies

The Economic Impact of the Budget Control Act of 2011 on DOD & non-DOD Agencies

AIA and economist Dr. Stephen Fuller of George Mason University unveiled a new report detailing job loss figures resulting from the Budget Control Act of 2011.

Affordable Defense Logistics

Affordable Defense Logistics

“Life Cycle Product Support / Outcome Based Partnerships” and “Management of Commodities” have the potential to save an estimated $20 billion to $25 billion annually.

Competing for Space: Satellite Export Policy and U.S. National Security

Competing for Space: Satellite Export Policy and U.S. National Security

As we enter a new era of budget austerity and the threat of draconian sequestration loom, failure to revise export controls could result in an ongoing loss of critical industrial base suppliers and pose an increasing risk to national security.