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The Transportation Security Administration Does Not Properly Manage Its Airport Screening Equipment Maintenance Program
Paul Wood (ed)
Report of a review of the Transportation Security Administrationńˇ╗s (TSAńˇ╗s) airport screening equipment maintenance program to determine whether TSA is properly managing its screening equipment maintenance contracts and related maintenance activities. TSAńˇ╗s four maintenance contracts, which cover both preventive and corrective maintenance, are valued at about $1.2 billion. According to TSA, in FY 2014 it spent about $251 million on maintenance for its screening equipment. This review found that TSA has not issued adequate policies and procedures to airports for carrying out equipment maintenance-related responsibilities. Because TSA does not adequately oversee equipment maintenance, it cannot be assured that routine preventive maintenance is performed or that equipment repaired and ready for operational use. Includes recommendations. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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