Transportation Security Administration Publications


The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was created in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. TSA's collection is publications of the protections of the nation's transportation systems, ensuring the freedom of movement for people and commerce. In February 2002, TSA assumed responsibility for security at the nation's airports and by the end of the year had deployed a federal work force to meet challenging Congressional deadlines for screening all passengers and baggage.

 
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Conversion to Permanent Appointment

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The Enclosed Report Is Submitted in Response to the Above-Quoted L...

By: J.M. Loy

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Excerpt: We have sent an identical letter to Senator Stevens; the Chairman and Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Transportation, Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate; the Chairman and Ranking Member, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives; the Chairman and Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Transportation, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives; the Chairman and Ranking Member, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation; Unit...

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Criminal Acts against Civil Aviation

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Foreword: Criminal Acts Against Civil Aviation is a publication of the Federal Aviation Administration?s Office of Civil Aviation Security. This document has been published each year since 1986. Criminal Acts records incidents that have taken place against civil aviation aircraft and interests worldwide. Incidents are summarized in regional geographic overviews. Feature articles focus on case histories or on specific aviation-related issues. Incidents are also sorted int...

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Equal Employment Opportunity and Sexual Harassment Policy Statement

By: Tom Ridge

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Excerpt: As Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, I am personally committed to making the Department a model employer with a diverse and effective workforce. To achieve this goal it is essential that managers and supervisors maintain an atmosphere where employees and applicants for employment are judged solely on the basis of merit and ability. We want to create an atmosphere where there is respect for the strength brought to our workforce when we have employ...

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Department of Homeland Security

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Purpose: The following implements Executive Order 13164 by establishing requirements for processing requests for reasonable accommodation and where appropriate, for providing reasonable accommodation to employees and applicants with disabilities.

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Department of Homeland Security Procedures for Compliance with the...

By: Tom Ridge

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Excerpt: In General - The purpose of these procedures is to provide the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with guidance for meeting the requirements of the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA)~an d Executive Order 13272 (E.O. 13272) titled Proper Consideration of Small Entities in Agency Rulemaking. Both the RFA and E.O. 13272 require agencies to consider the potential impact of rules on small businesses, small governmental jurisdictions, and small organizations during t...

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Fact Sheet Racial Profiling

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Excerpt: ?It's wrong, and we will end it in America. In so doing, we will not hinder the work of our nation's brave police officers. They protect us every day -- often at great risk. But by stopping the abuses of a few, we will add to the public confidence our police officers earn and deserve.'' --President George W. Bush, Feb. 27, 2001 ?This administration? has been opposed to racial profiling and has done more to indicate its opposition than ever in history. The Presid...

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Feea Emergency Assistance Fact Sheet

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Excerpt: Dear Federal Employee, FEEA provides no-interest loans and grants for federal employees who have had an unforeseen emergency such as personal hardship, death in the family or loss of property due to a natural disaster. If this emergency has caused the employee a financial loss to the extent that he or she is unable to pay basic living needs, he or she is eligible to apply. The applicant must be currently employed with the civilian federal government and must hav...

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Portstep

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Excerpt: Port Area (USCG Sector, Captain of the; Port Zone) Exercise Type Exercise Date Vendor; San Francisco, CA Advanced Table Top 18-Aug-2005 UNITECH; Baltimore, MD / National Capitol Region Basic Table Top 31-Aug-2005 Community Research Associates, Inc.; Anchorage, AK Basic Table Top 16-Sep-2005 Community Research Associates, Inc.; Boston, MA Advanced Table Top 20-Sep-2005 UNITECH; Puget Sound - Seattle, WA Advanced Table Top 20-Oct-2005 UNITECH; Tampa, FL Advanced T...

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What Is Registered Traveler

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Excerpt: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), an agency within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, has launched the Registered Traveler pilot program in partnership with selected airlines and airports across the country. The Registered Traveler pilot program is designed to improve the security screening process by helping TSA align screeners and resources with potential risks. Approved travelers will be positively identified at the airport through biom...

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Portstep

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Excerpt: To strengthen the Nation's ability to prevent, respond to, and recover from a transportation security incident in a port and maritime environment. Mission: To develop and implement a port security intermodal transportation exercise program for use by the U. S. port and maritime community that aligns with our Nation's infrastructure protection and programs. By reaching out to port authorities, industry assimilations, port service providers, state homeland securit...

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General Aviation Ga at Reagan National Airport Dca Frequently Aske...

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Excerpt: Who may apply? At this time, TSA will permit the following operations access to DCA: // Operators under a partial security program approved by TSA under 49 CFR 1544.101(b), which operate aircraft with a passenger seating configuration of 31 or more but 60 or fewer seats. // Operators under a Private Charter Standard Security Plan (PCSSP) approved by the TSA under 49 CFR 1544.101(f), which operate aircraft with a passenger seating configuration of 61 or more seat...

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Fixed Based Operator (Fbo) Guidance Document

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Excerpt: The guidance listed below is a broad overview of how FBOs will be approved to serve as a last point of departure for DCA. // 1. Fixed Based Operator (FBO) must fill out the initial application for FBO approval provided. // 2. TSA will assign an Aviation Security Inspector (ASI) in the FBO?s geographic area to begin the application process. // 3. TSA will make a determination after input from the field ASI concerning the approval or disapproval of the prospective...

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Fbo and Operator Initial Information Survey

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Excerpt: Authority: 49 U.S.C. S 114; Pub. L. 108-176. Principal Purpose(S): To identify individuals eligible to serve as armed security officers aboard general aviation flights into DCA. Routine Use(s): This information you provide may be shared with aircraft and airport operators, and the FAA, or for routine uses identified in TSA system of records, DHS/TSA 002, Transportation Security Threat Assessment System. Disclosure: Voluntary; failure to furnish the requested inf...

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Department of Transportation Transportation Security Administration

By: James M. Loy

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Summary: TSA is issuing this document to inform all air carriers and foreign air carriers that, under certain conditions, it will defer enforcement of the independent audit submission deadline set forth in the regulations on Aviation Security Infrastructure Fees. This will be the final such deferral. Dates: Under the conditions described in this document, TSA is allowing air carriers and foreign air carriers until December 31, 2002 to finalize and submit to TSA the indep...

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Department of Transportation Transportation Security Administration

By: John W. Magaw

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Summary: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announces a fee that will be imposed on air carriers and foreign air carriers engaged in air transportation, foreign air transportation, and intrastate air transportation effective February 18, 2002. For purposes of this rule, the fee is described as the Aviation Security Infrastructure Fee. The Aviation Security Infrastructure Fee is imposed pursuant to the provisions of the Aviation and Transportation Security A...

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Department of Homeland Security

By: Michael D. Brown

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Summary: This notice reminds air carriers, foreign air carriers, and the general public of the resumption of the imposition of the Passenger Civil Aviation Security Service Fee, also known as the September 11th Security Fee, and the Aviation Security Infrastructure Fee. Pursuant to a statutory requirement, TSA temporarily suspended these fees from June 1, 2003, through September 30, 2003. The suspension of these fees ends automatically at the end of the suspension period...

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Department of Homeland Security

By: Anna Marsh

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Summary: TSA seeks comment on possible changes to the way it sets the Aviation Security Infrastructure Fee (ASIF), which is a fee imposed on air carriers and foreign air carriers to help pay the Government?s costs of providing civil aviation security services. Beginning in fiscal year 2005, TSA may set the per-carrier fee based on each carrier?s market share or other appropriate factors. TSA seeks comments on issues such as how to impose the ASIF, and whether, when, and ...

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3. 6 Small Business Programs

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Excerpt: 3.6.1 Applicability. The policies contained herein are applicable to TSA procurements for goods and services and those procurements using purchase cards, and convenience checks, but excludes utilities, real property, and intergovernmental agreements. 3.6.2 Policy: TSA will follow the spirit and intent of the Small Business Administration in its procurement actions, even though it is not subject to the Small Business Act. TSA recognizes that small businesses are ...

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Neuf Trucs Pour Faciliter Vos D‚Placements par Avion

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Excerpt: Utilisez la sac a fermeture hermetique fourni par l?aeroport ou apportez votre propre sac pour y mettre les articles de poche tels que les cles, la monnaie et les telephones cellulaires lorsqu?ils sont passes aux rayons X au point de verification de securite. Le sac a fermeture hermetique vous aidera egalement a recuperer plus rapidement ces articles au moment de quitter le point de verification de securite. l Abonnez-vous au service de renseignements et d?alert...

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