Report Government Aircraft Data
According to OMB Circular A-126, federal agencies must report on all their aviation activities. Federal aviation accounting and management teams must report:
- aircraft costs
- aircraft mission hours
- aircraft inventories
- usage and operational costs
- incidents and accidents
Federal Aviation Interactive Reporting System (FAIRS)
Federal aviation managers and accounting teams must report all detailed information on aviation activities using The Federal Aviation Interactive Reporting System (FAIRS).
Who can use FAIRS?
- All federal government agencies that own or hire aircraft.
- Only users and reviewers chosen by their agencies and trained by GSA can access the FAIRS website.
The data set summarizes annual aviation cost and utilization information submitted by the thirteen Federal agencies that own or operate aircraft in support of their assigned missions. In order to promote accountability and support transparency in Federal Government aviation program management, GSA collects, analyzes, and publishes the FY 2014 Federal Aviation Open Data Set.
FY 2014 Aviation Open Data Set [XLSX - 77.16 KB]
Summary of FY 2014 Aviation Open Data Set [PDF - 20.32 KB]
GSA has created a data visualization tool The Federal Aviation Inventory Tool that enables a more robust look into the inventory and operating costs of Federal aircraft. The tool pulls data from the Federal Aviation Interactive Reporting System (FAIRS), allowing users and managers to dive into the data in an effort to make better management decisions.