TSA will focus on air cargo, high-risk travelers, Pistole says

06/3/2011 | Homeland Security Today

The Transportation Security Administration plans to continue its focus on reducing risk posed by "unknown travelers" and securing air cargo, TSA Administrator John Pistole told the House Homeland Security Transportation Security Subcommittee. He told lawmakers that he supported a trusted traveler program because it would allow the TSA to focus its limited resources on serious security threats. He also noted that the TSA is finalizing a process for identity-based screening for pilots. Read the hearing report at the AAAE site.

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