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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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Department of Homeland Security

By: Lisa S. Dean

Government Reference Publication

Summary: The Transportation Security Administration is amending the Privacy Act System of Records for the Secure Flight Test Records system (DHSITSA 017) and the Privacy Impact Assessment for the Secure Flight Test Phase.

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Security Guidelines for General Aviation Airports

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Section V. Aircraft Movement Area / Security Control 1. Aircraft Movement Area Describe any area that may be used for landing, take-off, and surface maneuvering of aircraft including all intermediate unpaved sections of the airfield encompassed on the airport property. You should also include a map or diagram as an attachment.

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Promesa de Tsa a Los Viajeros

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Prometemos hacer todo lo posible para confirmar la seguridad de su vuelo. // Prometemos tratarlo con cortes¡a, dignidad y respeto durante el proceso de control. // Prometemos que si fuera necesario realizar controles adicionales, se lo comunicar¡amos y le explicar¡amos cada paso del proceso adicional de control. // Prometemos aceptar su solicitud de un control en privado en cualquier momento durante el proceso de control. // Prometemos que si fuera necesario un ...

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Guidance on Screening Partnership Program

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Executive Summary: In accordance with The Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA) (P.L. 107-71), Section 49 U.S.C. S 44920, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is actively developing the Screening Partnership Program (also referred to as the Private Security Screening Program or Opt Out) and plans to be ready to accept applications from airport operators seeking to opt out on November 19, 2004. TSA is developing the Screening Partnership Program (SPP...

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Combined Presolicitation/Synopsis for Screening Parnership Program...

By: Richie Lieber

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is seeking sources to provide security screening services to ensure safe, courteous, and efficient passenger and baggage screening at United States airports. Offerors shall review to learn about the background and the acquisition approach associated with this requirement. To access the SPP information, go to the bottom right heading entitled ?Spotlight? and click on the hyperlink directly under ?Spotlight? entitled ?S...

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Implementationo F Secretaryr Idge's Policy on the Use of Raceo R E...

By: David M. Stone

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Ensuring quality before the law is an important value of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), as well as my personal priority. Accordingly, I cannot state strongly enough that racial or ethnic profiling will not be tolerated as TSA enforces the laws and regulations with which we are entrusted.

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Study and Report to Congress on Civil Aviation Security Responsibi...

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Executive Summary: This report is provided to Congress by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in response to the requirement for a study of and report regarding allocating civil aviation security responsibilities established by section 301 of the Federal Aviation Reauthorization Act of 1996 (Public Law 104-264). The study examines the evolution of aviation security responsibilities and finds that a consensus exists to retain the current system of shared responsibil...

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Technical Implementation Guidance: Smart Card Enabled Physical Acc...

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Executive Summary: Agencies of the United States Federal Government are pervasive users of physical access control systems (PACS). Across the country and around the globe, government employees, civilian contractors, and visitors require access to secured facilities under the control of federal agencies. To date, agencies have procured full systems and system components with little or no central guidance. This has resulted in cost inefficiency and technical incompatibilit...

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Tsa's Pledge to Travelers

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: We pledge to do everything we can to ensure that your flight is secure. // We pledge to treat you with courtesy, dignity and respect during the screening process. // We pledge that if additional screening is required, we will communicate and explain each step of the additional screening process. // We pledge to honor your request for a private screening at any time during the screening process. // We pledge that if additional screening of your person is required...

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Interpretation of Certain Definitions and Exemption Fbm Certain Re...

By: Chad Wolf

Government Reference Publication

Summary: This submission is in response to comments received hm flight schools subject to 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 1552, and associations representing such flight schools. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is clarifying the ... ...

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Agreement for the Movement of Personnel between the Civil Service ...

By: Tom Ridge

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In accordance with the authority provided in Section 6.7 of the Civil Service Rules, and pursuant to the following agreement with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), employees serving in positions in the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) may be appointed to positions in the competitive civil service, and employees serving in positions in the competitive civil service may be appointed to TSA positions, subject to the following conditions ...

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Transportation Security Executive Service Tses Performance Managem...

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Purpose: This issuance sets forth policies for appraising the performance of employees in the Transportation Security Executive Service (TSES). // 2. Policy: All TSES executives are covered by the performance management system described in the directive. The TSES Performance Management System is an integral part of the management process, and will be used to accomplish basic performance management responsibilities by: communicating and clarifying agency mission, goals, o...

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Office of Transportation Vetting and Credentialing

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: TWIC Program Brief: Outline: // TWIC Program Overview // Governing Legislation // Program Phases // Phase I: Planning // Phase II: Technology Evaluation // Phase III: Prototype // Current Status - Phase III: Prototype // Prototype Timeline // Prototype Participants // Prototype System Components // Identity Management System // Enrollment // Vetting // Card Production // TWIC: A Standards-Based Program // Homeland Security Presidential Directives 11 and 12 // TW...

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