Aviation Security: Progress Made to Set Up Program Using Private-Sector Airport Screeners, but More Work Remains Page: 4 of 55
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Aviation and Transportation Security Act
Department of Homeland Security
Federal Acquisition Regulation
Federal security director
Government Performance Results Act
Support of Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective
Screening Partnership Program
threat image projection
Transportation Security Administration
GAO-06-166 Aviation Security
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