A network-enabled air traffic management system could let representatives from U.S. agencies that use different computer systems simultaneously see key information in time-sensitive situations such as disaster-relief scenarios. Boeing has had a hand in developing the architecture that could enable these interagency connections.
Alternative Dispute Resolution, a Boeing process to resolve disputes between employees and managers quickly and amicably, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Among ADR’s many benefits: quicker resolution of issues, reduced costs, fewer employee complaints to external agencies and improved morale.
Earlier this decade, two Boeing laptops containing unencrypted personally identifiable information—data that can be used to identify, contact or locate an individual—were stolen. Since then Boeing has taken a number of corrective actions to safeguard PII and to mitigate the loss of PII from the stolen laptops.
Boeing, China's Shenzen Airlines and relief agencies recently collaborated on an important mission: coordinating the air shipment and delivery of much-needed supplies to assist people affected by the recent tragic earthquake in China.