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Transportation Security Administrationäó»s (TSA) Oversight of the Airport Badging Process (Redacted)
Anne L. Richards (pf)
The Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) is responsible for protecting the Nationäó»s transportation system. This includes ensuring that employees working in secured airport areas are properly vetted and badged. The agency relies on designated airport operator employees to perform the badging application process. The objective of this report was to determine whether the TSA provides effective oversight for the issuance of airport security badges. Individuals who pose a threat may obtain airport badges and gain access to secured airport areas. The report analyzed vetting data from 359 airport badging offices and identified badge holder records with omissions or inaccuracies pertaining to security threat assessment status, birthdates, and birthplaces. For example, of the badges were issued to individuals without a complete security threat assessment. These problems exist because TSA has designed and implemented only limited oversight of the application process.Consequently, the safety of airport workers, passengers, and aircraft is at risk due to the potential of inappropriate individuals obtaining airport badges. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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