Mike Weiler is responsible for securing, managing, and protecting all civil aviation radio frequency spectrum resources. This also ensures the safe transport of all individual flights between airports by protecting the National Airspace System (NAS) from any potential sources of interference from wireless systems. He directs and leads the effort to secure, manage and protect the necessary radio frequency spectrum to support the safe and efficient operation of the NAS.
In 2001, Weiler began his federal career and served in numerous leadership capacities, such as the Acting Surveillance Services Group Manager within the Air Traffic Services Directorate in the Program Management Organization (PMO). Within this role he was responsible for the overall direction, management, execution and implementation of the Surveillance Systems and Sensor Programs; Surveillance and Broadcast Services (SBS) Program and the Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) Program along with other Agency Support Programs.
In Weiler’s previous role as the Manager for Surveillance Systems and Sensor Programs, he was responsible for leading a contractor and government workforce to plan, execute, implement and sustain various systems into the NAS.
Prior to the Manager for Surveillance Systems and Sensor Programs, Weiler was the Program Manager for Terminal Automation Modernization Replacement (TAMR) Phase One.
Weiler holds Master of Business Administration from Marymount University, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and an Associate Degree in Arts in Computer Networking from Strayer University. He is a certified Project Management Professional and a FAA Level II Certified Acquisition Professional.