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Screening Partnership Program: TSA Can Benefit from Improved Cost Estimates
Jennifer Grover (au)
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screens nearly 2 million passengers and their property at our nationäó»s airports every day to ensure, among other things, that persons do not carry prohibited items into airport boarding areas or on flights. In 20014, TSA created the Screening Partnership Program (SPP), allowing TSA-regulated airports to apply to have screening of passengers and property performed by private contractors. TSA develops cost estimates to determine what its costs would be to perform screening services at SPP airports. This report addresses: (1) the extent to which TSA developed and reported reliable cost estimates for providing screening services at SPP airports; and (2) how TSA uses cost estimates in selecting SPP contractors and the extent to which TSA monitors contract values relative to its cost estimates. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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