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Review of Background Checks for Federal Passenger & Baggage Screeners at Airports
Clark Kent Ervin (pf). In response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks & in recognition of the potential for future attacks, Congress established the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). In Feb. 2002, TSA assumed responsibility for civil aviation security functions & began the task of hiring federal employees to perform passenger & baggage screening functions previously conducted by private sector employees hired by the aircraft & airport operators. However, reports soon surfaced that the required background checks for screeners were incomplete & possibly flawed. This review of screener background checks identifies many issues that undermined the creation of a reliable Federal screener staff that can ensure the security of commercial air transportation.
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