GAO Calls For TSA To Better Target Unlawful Profiling

According to the recent GAO report, TSA’s policies prohibit screeners from picking passengers for additional screening based on factors such as race, ethnicity, or religion. Instead, while [...]

The FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 Recognizes Innovation Trends

At the beginning of October, following three years of short-term extensions (the last full FAA reauthorization expired on September 30, 2015), the FAA was finally granted long-term funding. The [...]

TSA’s Biometric Roadmap

The commercial aviation sector is growing, with passenger volume expected to double by as early as 2031. As more and more people take to the air, the importance of aviation security and the [...]

TSA’s CT Expansion Plans

TSA has announced it plans to have 40 CT units in operation by the end of 2018. By the end of 2019, the aim is to have 145 operational CT scanners at TSA checkpoints.   Why is this an important [...]

Why the TSA Will be Inspecting Your Makeup

In the aviation security industry, the potential threats of powdered substances have been a concern for policy makers for some time now. Back in September 2009, the Transportation Security [...]

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