The faa iic must work with the ntsb iic in

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The FAA IIC must work with the NTSB IIC in coordinating FAA's activities. (4) FAA personnel assigned to a group must work under the direction of the group chairperson and remain with the group until that phase of the investigation has been completed or they are released by the NTSB IIC and the FAA IIC. (5) The NTSB IIC must inform the FAA IIC of all aspects of the investigation. (6) Relevant investigation records and reports must be made available to FAA in an orderly and timely manner. 1-9
02/02/2010 8020.11C b. Additional facts needed by FAA, but not required by NTSB, must be obtained by the FAA IIC in coordination with the NTSB IIC in a manner that does not interfere with the NTSB investigation. In obtaining such facts, FAA personnel must clarify that they are not acting under NTSB direction. c. The NTSB must investigate all accidents and incidents involving FAA aircraft or airmen. An FAA aircraft is defined as any aircraft which is owned, leased, under military bailment, rented by the FAA, or piloted by FAA personnel when in an official FAA capacity. The FAA must participate in the NTSB investigation of FAA aircraft accidents and incidents in the same manner as in the NTSB investigation of civil aircraft accidents and incidents. d. The FAA must investigate all accidents and incidents involving aircraft piloted by NTSB personnel. e. FAA procedures for participation in NTSB incident investigations will be the same as for accident investigations. 12. Post-Accident or Incident Drug Testing. Post-accident drug testing must be conducted in accordance with current DOT and FAA directives. 13. FAA Investigator-In-Charge (IIC). The FAA IIC directs and controls all FAA participation in the investigation until the investigation is completed. FAA activity at hearings and depositions, however, is under the direction and control of the FAA spokesperson that normally represents the Office of Accident Investigation, with assistance from the Office of the Chief Counsel. The FAA IIC reports to AAI-1 through the Manager, Accident Investigation Division, AAI-100. (NTSB and the military service use the term "FAA coordinator" during NTSB or military service-conducted investigations.) 14. FAA Participants. a. Participants are responsible to the FAA IIC in all matters related to the function(s) assigned by and/or agreed to by the FAA IIC. FAA participants must not withdraw from the investigation (if assigned to a group) until that phase of the investigation has been completed or they are released by the NTSB IIC and the FAA IIC. Participants must submit reports if requested by the FAA IIC. b. Participants will provide information or reports only to members of the investigative team and appropriate FAA personnel. The FAA IIC must be made aware of the nature and content of this information.

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