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Compliance and Enforcement Tracking System (CETS)

The Office of Aerospace Medicine’s (AAM) Drug Abatement Division within the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) developed the Compliance and Enforcement Tracking System (CETS) to track drug and alcohol program violations for the aviation community and to provide inspectors and investigators access to track, schedule, and manage inspections, investigations, and other enforcement-related activities. The AAM Drug Abatement Division is responsible for ensuring the compliance of over 7,200 companies with the FAA’s congressionally mandated drug and alcohol testing requirements for employers covered by Department of Transportation (DOT) agency regulations. The Drug Abatement Division is responsible for ensuring the safety of our flying public by regulating the aviation industry's compliance with the drug and alcohol regulations set forth in 14 Code of Federal (CFR) part 120, Drug and Alcohol Testing Program, and 49 CFR part 40 “Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs”. 

The FAA is updating the Compliance and Enforcement Tracking System Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) in accordance with the E-Government Act of 2002 to reflect system or programmatic changes made to CETS since its previous publication on June 12, 2006. CETS collects personally identifiable information (PII) from aviation employers and employees.

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Last updated: Monday, March 20, 2023