The first report due under the Vision 100 Act was an integrated plan, "which would ensure that the Next Generation Air Transportation System meets air transportation safety, security, mobility, efficiency, and capacity needs,” beyond those included in current FAA plans. The integrated plan was delivered to Congress by the JPDO in December 2004.
An ongoing requirement of the law is that a report describing the JPDO’s progress in carrying out the integrated plan (and any changes to that plan) be delivered to Congress annually at the time of the President's budget request. The first progress report to the integrated plan was submitted to Congress in 2006.
JPDO reports are delivered to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, the House of Representatives Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and the House Committee on Science.
The latest Progress Report details the role of NextGen in Planning and implementing a long-term transformation of our air transportation system.