To expand on Apathoids comment. The Operator must convince the feds that the new program meets all the FAA and Original Manufacturers inspection requirements. An Operators Inspection Program may be customized to meet the needs of their own specific aircraft rather than a generic program that covers all aircraft produced by the OEM. ie. If none of your A/C have freon AC
, then you don't have to have these check list items and thus a bunch of "NA's" on the inspection check lists.
Further more, each Operator must have it's own Inspection Program which is blessed by the local Administrator. "No easy task" in this day of age of the feds trying to fault and violate the Operator!!!!
"Foster and Promote Aviation" is no longer the credence of the FAA.
"Deduce and Violate" is more apt these days.