Audit: TSA reviews of private airport screening flawed
from USA TODAY
A federal watchdog criticized the Transportation Security Administration for mistakes in evaluating applications for private screeners at airports, but the agency contends the flaws have been remedied. The inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security found that TSA files for five airports that applied for permission to hire private screeners under the Screening Partnership Program (SPP) had documents that weren't finalized and contained inaccurate information.
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