SOURCE: Noverant, Inc.

October 10, 2007 15:38 ET

Media Alert: Frank Gozzo, CEO of Noverant, Inc., Available to Comment on Compliance With FAA Operational Control Requirements

Attention: Aviation Industry Editors

RALEIGH, NC--(Marketwire - October 10, 2007) -


What: The FAA this week suspended the Part 135 certificate of a charter jet service, citing the company's inability to demonstrate that certain flights were in compliance. According to the FAA, the operator failed to timely produce records related to pilot training, flight and duty, rest records and weight and balance records.

Mr. Gozzo will be available to discuss:

--  Operational control and FAA A008 Operational Control Specification
    
--  Magnitude of the challenge within the industry and implications for
    small and large operators
    
--  Training trends within the industry and methods of mitigating risk of
    non-compliance
    
--  Producing timely records in electronic and paper format
    
--  Digital signatures and 21CFR11 guidelines
    

Who: Frank Gozzo, CEO Noverant. Noverant Online enables training, information management and records verification. Thousands of users in aviation, pharmaceutical and legal industries trust Noverant for web-based training and compliance verification. In addition to his software business, Gozzo also owns multiple aviation companies and has direct knowledge of the industry.

When: Wed. October 10 through Friday October 12, 2007 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. EDT

How: Phone interviews can be arranged by contacting Jim Tringas at jtringas@noverant.com (704) 607-1975 or Tom Crosby at tcrosby@summitstrategypartners.com or (919) 619-8445. Visuals are available.

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