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Transportation Security Administration Publications (132 Books)


The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was created in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. TSA's collection is publications of the protections of the nation's transportation systems, ensuring the freedom of movement for people and commerce. In February 2002, TSA assumed responsibility for security at the nation's airports and by the end of the year had deployed a federal work force to meet challenging Congressional deadlines for screening all passengers and baggage.

 
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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration

By: Admiral Cathal Flynn

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Radm Flynn: Welcome. Thank you all for coming to 4 this meeting of the Aviation Security Advisory Committee. I 5 will go through the formal parts of this. The notice of this 6 meeting was printed in the Federal Register and this meeting 7 is being held pursuant to the notice in the Federal Register 8 on March 17, a grand day, 1997.

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Federal Aviation Administration Aviation Security Advisory Committee

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Ms. Brecht-Clark. I had some oral surgery. 2 My kids call me Mumbles. My staff calls me Mush 3 Mouth. Because of that, you won't be hearing a lot 4 from me today. I will be turning it over to the 5 chairman, General Canavan, shortly. Before we do get 6 started, I want to ask that, as you speak, you please 7 let everyone know who you are and who you represent 8 each time you speak, because we are having the 9 proceedings transcribed and the recording has to have ...

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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration

By: Admiral Cathal Flynn

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Radm Flynn: I would ask the FAA people other 4 than the people right at the center table who are seated, 5 please, to give up your seats to people from outside the 6 FAA who are here who do not have seats. Everyone has got a 7 place to sit? Okay.

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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration

By: Admiral Cathal Flynn

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Admiral Flynn. Welcome, all of you, to a meeting 3 of the Aviation Security Advisory Committee. This meeting 4 was published in the Federal Register. Members of the public 5 may attend.

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Aviation Security Advisory Committee Meeting

By: Anne E. Castellow

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Lt. General Michael A. Canavan, Chairman; Jan Brecht Clark, FAA Designated Federal Official; ASAC Member Representatives:; National Air Transportation Association; Department of State; Regional Airline Association; Airline Pilots Association, Int'l.; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Air Transport Association of America; Department of Transportation; U.S. Secret Service; American Assoc. of Airport Executives; Airport Council Int'l., North America; Airport Law Enf...

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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration

By: Admiral Cathal Flynn

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: We will come to order. This is a 4 meeting of the Federal Aviation Administration's Aviation 5 Security Advisory Committee. It's being held pursuant to a 6 notice published in the Federal Register on July 7 of this 7 year. The agenda for the meeting will be as announced in 8 that notice, with details as set out in the handout. You 9 have a handout of the agenda? It's that piece of paper? 10 Do you all have it? Okay.

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Meeting of the Aviation Security Advisory Committee

By: Jan Brecht-Clark

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Chairman Canavan. This meeting is being held pursuant to a notice published in the Federal Register on November 28, 2000. The agenda for the meeting will be as announced in that notice with details as set out in the handout. The FAA Designated Federal Official (DFO), Jan Brecht-Clark, is responsible for compliance with the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA). It is her responsibility to see to it that the agenda is adhered to and that accurate minutes are kept...

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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration

By: Admiral Cathal Flynn

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Admiral Flynn: Good morning and welcome. I am Cathal Flynn, the associated administrator for civil aviation security of the Federal Aviation Administration and I chair the Aviation Security Advisory Committee.

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Aviation Security Advisory Committee Meeting Summary

By: Mr. Mchale

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Welcoming Remarks by Stephen J. McHale, Deputy Administrator, TSA Mr. McHale welcomed ASAC participants and joined Mr. Hawkins in thanking participants who had contributed to the work of the three air cargo security working groups and the general aviation airport security working group during the prior several months. Mr. McHale highlighted the effective partnership between ASAC participants and TSA that is required to assure that the security of aviation transp...

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Aviation Security Advisory Committee Working Group

By: Douglas C. Macnair

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Purpose of this Report: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requested the Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC) establish a Working Group made up of industry stakeholders to develop guidelines for security enhancements at the nation?s privately and publicly owned and operated general aviation (GA) landing facilities. This listing of recommended guidelines or ?best practices? is designed to establish non-regulatory standards for general aviation airport security.

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Department of Homeland Security

By: David M. Stone

Government Reference Publication

Summary: TSA is issuing this notice to inform all U.S. and foreign air carriers (carriers) currently required to pay the Aviation Security Infrastructure Fee (ASIF) that for October 2004 and beyond, until further notice, the amount of the ASIF imposed on each carrier will continue to be the amount the carrier paid for the screening of passengers and property transported by passenger aircraft in the U.S. during calendar year 2000.

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Sail Screening Pilot Project

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: What is SAIL? Secure Automated Inspection Lanes (SAIL) is a joint program by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), and Golden Gate Ferry (GGF) to test explosives detection equipment for screening of passenger ferries. GGF is the first public transit ferry system in the U.S. selected by TSA for this testing. How does SAIL work? While the pilot program is in operation, 100 percent of ticketed passengers will be screened. Howeve...

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Passenger Security Testing Notice

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the U.S. Coast Guard are testing new technologies to screen passengers and bags for explosives. All passengers and their baggage will be screened for explosives prior to boarding the ferry.

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Thank You for Participating in Sail

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Your participation in this joint Transportation Security Administration, United States Coast Guard and Golden Gate Ferry project will help to test technology and improve security processes throughout the transportation industry.

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Aviation Security

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Title I-Aviation Security. Sec. 101. Transportation Security Administration. // (A) In General.-Chapter 1 of title 49, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following: ??S 114. Transportation Security Administration? // (a) In General.-The Transportation Security Administration shall be an administration of the Department of Transportation.? // (b) Under Secretary.-? // (1) Appointment.-The head of the Administration shall be the Under Secretar...

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Guidance Package Biometrics for Airport Access Control

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Acronyms. CFR Code of Federal Regulations; CI Configuration Item; CTO Chief Technology Officer; NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology; NTIS National Technical Information Service; QDP Qualification Data Package; QPL Qualified Products List; RMA Reliability, Maintainability and Availability; SSI Sensitive Security Information; T&E Test and Evaluation; TSA Transportation Security Administration; TSL Transportation Security Laboratory; WJHTC William J...

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The Changing Face of Transportation

By: Rodney E. Slater

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Visions, Past and Future: Chapter 1. Our vision of transportation in this new century and this new millennium is shaped by the many successes of our past and a renewed commitment not only to meet but to surpass new goals, as we strive to obtain transportation excellence for all Americans. Today, under the leadership of President William J. Clinton and Vice President Al Gore, transportation has moved from strength to strength, and the U.S. Department of Transport...

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Employee Exit Clearance Procedures

By: Richard A. Whitford

Government Reference Publication

Purpose: This document establishes procedures for the clearing of employees, including contract personnel, who cease employment with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). This document outlines the procedures for ensuring that an employee?s access to automated systems within the TSA is terminated; that Government property issued by TSA is accounted for and surrendered; that employee financial obligations with TSA are satisfied; and that all employment related...

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Report to Congress on Enhanced Security Measures

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: The Aviation and Transportation Security Act (P.L. 107-71) was signed into law by the President on November 19, 2001. It established the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) within the Department of Transportation (DOT), to be led by the Under Secretary of Transportation for Security. The Homeland Security Act of 2002 (P.L. 107-296), signed by the President on November 25, 2002, incorporated TSA as a part of the new Department of Homeland Security (...

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Terrorist Screening Center

By: Donna A. Bucella

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Terrorist Screening Center (TSC) is submitting this letter to supplement the record related to the Report of the Secure Flight working Group of the Aviation Security Advisory Committee dated September 19,2005 (Working Group Report) ...

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