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Aviation Security Advisory Committee Meeting Summary

By Mchale, Mr.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000672594
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File Size: 280.60 KB.
Reproduction Date: 2007
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Title: Aviation Security Advisory Committee Meeting Summary  
Author: Mchale, Mr.
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Transportation, Transportation--Security measures
Collections: Transportation Security Administration Publications
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Publisher: The Transportation Security Administration

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Mchale, M. (n.d.). Aviation Security Advisory Committee Meeting Summary. Retrieved from http://cn.worldlibrary.net/


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Excerpt: Welcoming Remarks by Stephen J. McHale, Deputy Administrator, TSA Mr. McHale welcomed ASAC participants and joined Mr. Hawkins in thanking participants who had contributed to the work of the three air cargo security working groups and the general aviation airport security working group during the prior several months. Mr. McHale highlighted the effective partnership between ASAC participants and TSA that is required to assure that the security of aviation transportation is enhanced and transportation is not needlessly burdened. He welcomed the diversity of views expressed in the various ASAC working groups. Mr. McHale noted that this meeting of ASAC is unusual ion that ASAC will be acting in open session on a report that contains Sensitive Security Information (SSI) that cannot be disclosed to the public. Mr. McHale summarized by stating that, ?the fascinating story of the man who shipped himself from New York to Dallas?remind(s) all of us of the potential vulnerabilities of the cargo system. We need to come up with ways to prevent acts like that from happening again?[A]nd we need?to strike a balance.?

 
 



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