Transportation Security Administration Administrator John Pistole says the organization is hoping to let fliers apply for the PreCheck program directly -- instead of requiring them to enroll in the Customs and Border Protection trusted-traveler program -- by the end of this year. He said TSA is also evaluating a plan to let fliers pay private vendors to approve them as trusted travelers.
TSA eyes plan to let fliers apply directly for PreCheck
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