Watchdog scrutinizes credentialing of airport workers

08/5/2011 | Homeland Security Today

The inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security has raised concerns about the Transportation Security Administration's supervision of the credentialing of airport employees. Incomplete or inaccurate records prevented the TSA from conducting security-threat assessments on many workers, the inspector general said. However, those employees still held active credentials, which allowed them access to secure areas of airports.

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