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Aviation Security: Progress Made to Set Up Program Using Private-Sector Airport Screeners, But More Work Remains
In Nov. 2004 the Transport. Sec’y. Admin. (TSA) be

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By Cathleen A. Berrick (au)
Year: 2006
Pages: 50
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422307875

In Nov. 2004 the Transport. Sec’y. Admin. (TSA) began allowing commercial airports to apply to use private screeners in lieu of fed. screeners as part of its Screening Partnership Program (SPP). But, airports & potential private screening contractors had concerns about the SPP, incl. whether they would be liable in the event of a terrorist attack & how roles & responsibilities would be divided among TSA airport staff & private screening contractors. This report addresses TSA’s efforts to: (1) provide liability protection to private screening contractors & airports & address other SPP stakeholder concerns; (2) achieve cost-savings through the SPP; & (3) establish performance goals & measures for the SPP. Includes recommend. Charts & tables.

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