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Aviation Security: Significant Management Challenges May Adversely Affect Implementation of the Transportation Security Administration's Secure Flight Program
Cathleen A. Berrick (au)
After the events of Sept. 11, 2001, Congress created the Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) & directed it to assume the function of passenger pre-screening -- or the matching of passenger information against terrorist watch lists to identify persons who should undergo additional security scrutiny -- for domestic flights, which is currently performed by the air carriers. To do so, TSA is developing Secure Flight. This testimony covers TSA’s progress & challenges in: (1) developing, managing, & overseeing Secure Flight; (2) coordinating with key stakeholders critical to program operations; (3) addressing key factors that will impact system effectiveness; & (4) minimizing impacts on passenger privacy & protecting passenger rights. Charts & tables.
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