Lawmakers weigh future of Registered Traveler

10/1/2009 | · Aviation News

The House Subcommittee on Homeland Security held a hearing Wednesday on the future of the Registered Traveler program as one firm vowed to resurrect expedited security lines within a month. Flo Corp., a former competitor of defunct Verified Identity Pass, said it was prepared to "relaunch a national program, with or without TSA, at multiple airports in the next 30 days." Lawmakers also heard testimony from AAAE, which helped to develop technical standards for the program. Meanwhile, a TSA official said his agency was awaiting confirmation of a new administrator before determining its position on Registered Traveler.

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