Report: Disgruntled TSA screeners could be affecting security

06/25/2008 | USA Today

A report issued Tuesday by the Department of Homeland Security says low morale among TSA's 48,000 airport screeners could be compromising passenger safety. "Given their frustration, employees may be distracted and less focused on their security and screening responsibilities," says the report by DHS Inspector General Richard Skinner. But TSA Administrator Kip Hawley responded with a point-by-point rebuttal of the 29-page report, charging that its findings were based on interviews with a few disgruntled employees who were not representative of the agency as a whole.

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