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Aviation Security: DHS and TSA have Researched, Developed, and Begun Deploying Passenger Checkpoint Screening Technologies, but Continue to Face Challenges
Stephen M. Lord (au)
Since FY 2002, the Transportation Security Admin.(TSA) and the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) have invested over $795 million in technologies to screen passengers at airport checkpoints. This report evaluated the extent to which: (1) TSA used a risk-based strategy to prioritize technology investments; (2) DHS researched, developed, and deployed new technologies, and why deployment of the explosives trace portal was halted; and (3) DHS coordinated research and development efforts with key stakeholders. To address these objectives, the report analyzed DHS and TSA plans and documents, conducted site visits to research laboratories and nine airports, and interviewed agency officials, airport operators, and technology vendors. Illus.
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