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The [[FAA]]'s '''UAS Integration Office''' is responsible for ensuring that [[Unmanned aircraft system]]s ([[UAS]]) operate safely in the national airspace system. It brings together specialists from the aviation safety and air traffic organizations and serves as the [[FAA]]'s one-stop portal for all matters related to civil and public use of [[unmanned aircraft system]]s in U.S. airspace.
 
The [[FAA]]'s '''UAS Integration Office''' is responsible for ensuring that [[Unmanned aircraft system]]s ([[UAS]]) operate safely in the national airspace system. It brings together specialists from the aviation safety and air traffic organizations and serves as the [[FAA]]'s one-stop portal for all matters related to civil and public use of [[unmanned aircraft system]]s in U.S. airspace.
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Overview

The FAA's UAS Integration Office is responsible for ensuring that Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operate safely in the national airspace system. It brings together specialists from the aviation safety and air traffic organizations and serves as the FAA's one-stop portal for all matters related to civil and public use of unmanned aircraft systems in U.S. airspace.