US congressmen seek delay to NDGPS closings

March 25, 2016  - By
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Four U.S. congressman sent a letter to the Department of Transportation asking the DoT to delay shutting down Nationwide Differential GPS (NDGPS) sites, a proposal that was posted in the Federal Register.

The congressmen are asking for a delay until the “administration has decided upon and implemented a resilient national positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) architecture.”

Read the full text of the letter below, or download the PDF.


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  1. William K. says:

    Leave it to an uninformed congressman to suggest an action with no understanding of the consequenses, both direct and secondary. But possibly it would have cut some cost, or resulted in some benefit for a paying lobby person.

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