The US Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) “risk-based” security strategy is narrowly applied to screening passengers in airports rather than across all aspects of transportation security and is not factored into the agency’s annual budgeting process, government investigators have concluded. A new report from the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) inspector general (IG) takes TSA to task for “publicizing [since 2011] that it uses an ...

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