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 A.  CHAPTER 99. THE INTERNATIONAL FIELD OFFICE PROCEDURES, FOR PARTICIPATING IN A FOREIGN NATIONAL AVIATION AUTHORITY INTERNAL QUALITY AUDITS, AND SAMPLE SURVEILLANCE OF REPAIR STATIONS UNDER A BASA/MIP.  This chapter describes the requirements and procedures necessary for the FAA to effectively and efficiently participates as observers in National Aviation Authority (NAA) internal quality audits.  It will provide guidance and instructions for conducting sampling surveillance of FAA-certificated repair stations located outside the territory and positions of the United States in accordance with (IAW) the Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP) of a Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA). 

 B.  CHAPTER 170.  INTERNATIONAL FIELD OFFICE INITIAL CERTIFICATION OF REPAIR STATIONS UNDER THE MAINTENANCE IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES OF A BILATERAL AVIATION SAFETY AGREEMENT.  This chapter is be used in conjunction with Interim BASA/MIP guidance provided by AFS-300 pending the revision to Advisory Circular (AC) 145-7A, Issuance of Repair Station Certificates to Foreign Approved Maintenance Organizations Under the Maintenance Implementation Procedures of a Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement.  The AC describes the steps to certificate an approved maintenance organization (AMO) located outside the territory and positions of the United States as a FAA repair station IAW the MIP of a BASA.  At the time of publication, this chapter applies to Germany, Ireland, and France because each of these countries has signed a BASA/MIP with the United States.  

 C.  CHAPTER 171.  THE INTERNATIONAL FIELD OFFICE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR RENEWAL OR AMENDMENT PROCEDURES FOR REPAIR STATIONS UNDER THE MAINTENANCE IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES OF A BILATERAL AVIATION SAFETY AGREEMENT.  This chapter must be used in conjunction with Interim BASA/MIP guidance provided by AFS-300 pending the revision to AC 145-7A, Issuance of Repair Station Certificates to Foreign Approved Maintenance Organizations Under the Maintenance Implementation Procedures of a Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement.  It describes the process to renew or amend a FAA repair station certificate for stations located outside the territory of the United States IAW the MIP of a BASA.  At the time of publication, this chapter applies to Germany, Ireland, and France because each of these countries has signed a BASA/MIP with the United States.  

8.  ORDER 8300.10 HANDBOOK CHAPTERS, REFERENCES, AND ASSOCIATED NEW PTRS ACTIVITIES CODES.

 A.  Documentation is a corner stone of the enhanced repair station and air carrier outsourcing oversight system.  To derive the necessary information needed for analysis and drive the new risk-based system, the PTRS codes needed revising.  New activity codes were developed and previous codes were redefined to meet the programs goals.   

 B.  Below is the list of new and revised PTRS activity codes and the new and revised 8300.10 handbook chapters for your edification.

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