FLO seeks access to Registered Traveler database; lawmakers agree

08/25/2009 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Following the collapse of Clear, the nation's largest service provider for the Registered Traveler program, government and industry leaders are debating the future of members' records. Clear has one set of records it can sell to other security companies, but FLO Corp., a Clear competitor, wants the central database maintained by the American Association of Airport Executives for TSA. That effort got a boost last week when two leading lawmakers wrote to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, urging her to preserve the database and ensure the future of the Registered Traveler program.

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