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Aviation Security: Transportation Security Admin. May Face Resource and Other Challenges in Developing a System to Screen All Cargo Transported on Passenger Aircraft
Cathleen A. Berrick (au)
The Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Comm. Act of 2007 requires the Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) to implement a system to physically screen 100% of cargo on passenger aircraft by Aug. 2010. To fulfill these requirements, the TSA is developing the Certified Cargo Screening Program (CCSP), which would allow the screening of cargo to occur prior to placement on an aircraft. This testimony addresses 4 challenges TSA may face in developing a system to screen 100% of cargo: (1) deploying effective technologies; (2) changing TSA air cargo screening exemptions; (3) allocating compliance inspection resources to oversee CCSP participants; and (4) securing cargo transported from a foreign nation to the U.S. Illus.
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