DHS announces inline screening equipment for 10 more airports

08/27/2009 | CNN

After improving baggage screening at 15 U.S. airports, the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday it had enough stimulus money left over to add 10 more airports to the list. DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said careful management and negotiations with airports allowed the department to "stretch our resources" in doling out the $700 million stimulus allotment. Both large airports such as Washington Dulles in Virginia and smaller facilities such as Yellowstone Regional in Wyoming will receive funds for inline explosives detection systems capable of screening up to 500 bags per hour.

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