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Screening Partnership Program: TSA Should Issue More Guidance to Airports and Monitor Private versus Federal Screener Performance
Stephen M. Lord (au)
The Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) maintains a federal workforce to screen passengers and baggage at the majority of the nationńˇ╗s commercial airports, but also oversees a workforce of private screeners at airports who participate in the Screening Partnership Program (SPP). The SPP allows commercial airports to use private screeners, provided that the level of screening matches or exceeds that of federal screeners. In recent years, TSAńˇ╗s SPP has evolved to incorporate changes in policy and federal law, prompting enhanced interest in measuring screener performance. This report examined the (1) status of SPP applications and airport operatorsńˇ╗, aviation stakeholdersńˇ╗, and TSAńˇ╗s reported advantages and disadvantages of participating in the SPP; (2) extent to which TSA has provided airports guidance to govern the SPP application process; and (3) extent to which TSA assesses and monitors the performance of private and federal screeners. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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