Transportation Security: Actions Needed to Address Limitations in TSA's Transportation Worker Security Threat Assessments and Growing Workload Page: 4 of 72
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Table 1: Selected Characteristics of the 11 Selected Maritime Ports
with State or Local Credentialing Programs 19
Table 2: Four Selected States Conducting Criminal History Record
Checks on HME Applicants 26
Table 3: TSA Credentialing Programs 51
Table 4: Legislative Background and Purpose of TSA's TWIC, HME,
and Aviation Workers Programs 53
Figure 1: Comparison of TSA and Nonfederal Governing Entity
Roles with Respect to the TWIC, HME, and Aviation
Workers Programs 15
Figure 2: Average Monthly Program Enrollment and TTAC
Adjudication Center Caseload for Reviewing Applicants
with Potentially Disqualifying Information for TWIC,
HME, and Aviation Workers Programs-July 2010 through
June 2011 39
GAO-12-60 Transportation Security
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United States. Government Accountability Office. Transportation Security: Actions Needed to Address Limitations in TSA's Transportation Worker Security Threat Assessments and Growing Workload, report, December 8, 2011; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc302673/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.