You have reached the National Operations Control Center (NOCC), stop eight of your tour!
The NOCC was established to provide national coordination of facility restoration activities and to provide status information on NAS equipment.
The NOCC is staffed 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, and is responsible for collecting, tracking and reporting data from field organizations for NAS status, facility and service interruptions, special events and disasters.
The NOCC monitors critical situations as they evolve and notifies, mobilizes or directs key organizations while coordinating these events with Air Traffic and Airway Facilities.
The NOCC is a conduit to the regional Maintenance Control Centers (MCC) for restoration of key NAS facilities and services, and communicates electronically with FAA technicians responsible for maintaining the NAS.