Transportation Security Administration

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Noun1.Transportation Security Administration - an agency established in 2001 to safeguard United States transportation systems and insure safe air travel
Department of Transportation, DoT, Transportation - the United States federal department that institutes and coordinates national transportation programs; created in 1966
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THE United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will conduct a security assessment at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) from May 27 to May 29.
OTC: IMSC) said that officials from the United States Transportation Security Administration and the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority toured its headquarters and 58,000 sq.
United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) collects Secure Flight Passenger Data for flights that overfly the continentalUnited States.
The majority of frequent business travelers give TSA low marks Business travel blog Frequent Business Traveler has released the results of a poll conducted in partnership with FlyerTalk on the state of the United States Transportation Security Administration.
The United States Transportation Security Administration said the new measures would include random "enhanced" checks on all international passengers flying into US airports, as well as compulsory stricter screenings of those coming from or via 14 countries.
Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS) was awarded an unprecedented, multi-year task order to build an advanced information technology infrastructure for the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
a leading global supplier of security inspection systems, announced today that it has been awarded an approximate $6 million contract by the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for its Rapiscan RTT (Real Time Tomography) high-speed stationary gantry Computed Tomography (CT) baggage screening system.
The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on 28 December said it has named Portland International Airport (PDX) as the agency's Western Area Airport of the Year.
4 million from the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for its 620DV Advanced Technology X-ray systems.
TSA to fire more than 30 Honolulu International Airport employees The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA), according to a federal probe, said today it plans to fire more than 30 Honolulu International Airport employees in connection with an investigation of not properly screening passenger bags.
The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Continental Airlines said on 3 November that they will demonstrate a new paperless boarding pass product recently deployed at George Bush Intercontinental Airport today (4 November).
GE Infrastructure, a unit of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), announced today that the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has installed and will put into service today the GE EntryScan3 walk-through explosives detector for passenger screening at the Southwest Airlines security checkpoint of Los Angeles International Airport's Terminal 1.

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