TSA could turn to data from private firms for PreCheck

01/30/2013 | Homeland Security Today

The Transportation Security Administration is considering using data from commercial firms to expand its PreCheck program. The TSA said it seeks "to use non-governmental data elements to generate an assessment of the risk to the aviation transportation system that may be posed by a specific individual, and to communicate the identity of persons who have successfully passed this risk-based assessment to TSA's Secure Flight."

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